Chief Operations Officer for It's Not Complicated (INC) Tutoring Curriculum & Assessment Design Professional Development Design Public Speaker Former Classroom Teacher
A dynamic, resourceful professional with a genuine interest in the development of curriculum, assessments, and professional development. Actively involved in all areas of education, including student assessment, curriculum development, learning initiatives, professional development, and school-to-community relationships. A self-driven leader with excellent communication and interpersonal skills who effectively collaborates with all levels of district administration and fosters quality relationships with educators and businesses, alike.
INC Tutoring featured as Top Tutoring Company in Dallas, TX via Dallas Observer 2008 Teacher of the Year
I attended the University of Oklahoma and the University of Central Oklahoma where I earned a Bachelor of Science in Education and Child Psychology. Upon completion in 2002, I moved to Texas to begin my career of educating children and empowering families.
I have presented at many national conferences on the subject of Academic and Opportunity Gaps, with an emphasis on bringing awareness to and eliminating the Achievement Gap. I have also been a vocal advocate for the importance of establishing authentic relationships with students and empowering teachers to “think outside the box.” Most recently, I spoke at the National Alliance of Black School Educators on the importance of student equity and fidelity to the learning trajectory. I am also a distinguished member of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc., by way of Fall 1999. I have held numerous positions and roles within the sorority and my career and have had vast experience with curriculum and instruction, intervention planning, and assessment writing.