Contact Information: 404-373-8746 x8113; firstname.lastname@example.org
Education: B.S. in Special Education and Learning Disabilities, Georgia Southwestern University
Interests/Hobbies: Reading, eating out at restaurants, traveling
Job responsibilities: Lower elementary faculty
Favorite quote: "Think about the past but live in the 'NOW.'"
Strengths: Tutoring reading and math to young children, good listener, nurturing
Skills/talents of other faculty/staff you appreciate and recognize as resources: I appreciate the knowledge and life experiences each person brings.
At FSA since 1993–94
As a child, I knew I wanted to be a teacher. My goal was to go to college and become an English teacher. When my nephew was diagnosed with a learning disability, my interest in Special Education developed. I wanted to be able to guide, counsel and help children to understand their surroundings. When I am teaching, I am learning with my students. I have learned to observe, listen and empathize when interacting with the children. I love to see children playing, smiling and laughing. My wish would be for every child in the world to be happy.
I am proud and honored to be a part of The Friends School of Atlanta family. When I walk through the doors, I feel positive, safe and content. The individuals I work with are not "co-workers," they are partners and friends. Diversity, equality and peaceful interactions are the three words I use when I share with others about FSA.
When I am away from my FSA family, I enjoy reading, shopping, dining out and completing Sudoku puzzles. It is relaxing for me to spend time with my family and to have some personal quiet time. My favorites are bears, lions, the colors green and brown, Danielle Steel books, chocolate cake, broccoli casserole, the television show "Law and Order,'" fried chicken and my son Wesley.