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The Dr. Will Show Podcast brings together educators and entrepreneurs to talk about how you can take control of your life, your career, and your finances. This teacher-centered podcast gets you the straight dope on how you can monetize your talents beyond the walls of their classrooms. Will H. Deyamport, III, Ed.D., director of The Edupreneur, is a K-12 District Instructional Technologist, podcaster, digital strategist, and freelance writer.

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    Erin Hoffman Austin, NBCT (@Erin_EH_Austin) - Go All In Right Away

    Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 65:53

    Erin E.H. Austin is a National Board Certified French teacher in Colorado. She began her teaching career in Minnesota in 2002, and she holds a B.A. in both French and Art Education, an M.A. in Curriculum & Instruction, and graduate certificates in French Students and Gifted, Creative, & Talented Education. She was an NEA Foundation Global Learning Fellow in 2018 and continues to present on global education-related topics. In addition to doing contract writing work, Ms. Austin is also the author of The Ultimate Guide to Selling Your Original World Language Resources: How to Open, Fill, and Grow a Successful Online Curriculum Store (Routledge, 2021). The book is based on her experience with her own TeachersPayTeachers curriculum store, and she leads workshop sessions to show other educators how to make money from their own original resources.Connect:Twitter: @Erin-EH-AustinLinkedIn: Erin (Hoffman) Austin (linkedin.com/in/erin-austin-a334a21a)Book:The Ultimate Guide to Selling Your Original World Language Resources (on Amazon)The Ultimate Guide to Selling Your Original World Language Resources (on Routledge's site)

    Dr. Will (@iamDrWill) - Who Is In Your Circle? (Bonus Episode)

    Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 15:14

    Dr. Will Deyamport, III is a district instructional technologist and thought leader in connected education, leading the design and implementation of collaborative initiatives in support of teaching, learning, and professional development. His research is in how educators can use technology-supported Personal Learning Networks to individualize their professional development, as well as the challenges affecting the adoption of new learning environments and technologies. Dr. Will is a frequent presenter at conferences, trainer/consultant, podcaster, and creator and director of The Edupreneur. He is an alumnus of Capella University, where he earned his Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) in Educational Leadership and Management. 

    Kaja Dunn (@KajaDunn) - Honor Your Truth

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 70:53

    Kaja Dunn is an assistant professor and the Head of Acting at the University of North Carolina-Charlotte Department of Theatre and affiliate faculty for Theatrical Intimacy Education and consults with Actor's Equity on issues of race and theatre. Kaja is is an actor, director, and activist with performances in 5 countries. She is a recipient of the Kennedy Center's National Medallion for her work on theatre and race. She has performed nationally and internationally in over 40 productions most recently the title role in Pearl at Atlanta's Theatrical Outfit. She has published in the US and has co-authored a chapter in Arden Research Companion to Shakespeare and Contemporary Performance as well as a forthcoming co-authored chapter on Black Motherschooling in Black Women and The ‘Rona (2021). She has presented on issues of Equity and Diversity for Actor's Equity as their racial consultant, The Women's Theatre Festival, Blumenthal Performing Arts, MICHA, North Carolina Theatre Association (Keynote Panelist), Children's Theatre Charlotte, Anti-Racism and Decolonization at the University of London Goldsmiths, SETC and SETC Theatre Symposium, KCATF and The Association of Theatre in Higher Education, among other places. She is on the Executive Board of the Black Theatre Network. She teaches workshops and consults for universities and private corporations She was most recently interviewed in American Theatre Magazine around issues of Race and Theatre education. You can find out more at her website http://kajadunn.com.

    Ryan Fahey (@wellnessrf) - You Don't Have To Do It All

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 52:57

    Ryan is a three-time author, entrepreneur, educator, and speaker of all things wellness and personal growth. He is the Owner of FaheyConsulting which aims to help people and organizations move from good to great through his coaching services, products, and expertise. His latest book titled “How To Thrive In Remote Working Environments” recently hit #1 on Amazon in Canada and cracked the top 50 books on entrepreneurship in North America. Originally from Eastern Canada, Ryan has dedicated his life to pursuing wellness and is widely considered a thought leader in the wellness and education sectors.Owner: FaheyConsultingAmazon Best-Selling Author: Your Best Decade | Thrive Remotely@FaheyConsulting

    Jennifer Lemaitre - Are You A Thermostat Or A Thermometer?

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 58:43

    Jennifer Lemaitre is an educator, tutoring business owner and business coach. After 10 years in the classroom, she found herself suddenly unemployed. Her response was to utilize her skill sets and start tutoring to make ends meet. Her “little” tutoring business quickly grew to consistent 4 figure months and she knew she wanted to same for others. Now , she teaches her fellow educators how to triumph as tutors, serve more students and profit on purpose.

    Victoria Thompson, M.S. (@VictoriaTheTech) - Let's Talk About Receipts

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 80:14

    Victoria Thompson is a STEM Integration Transformation Coach at Technology Access Foundation--a nonprofit leader redefining STEM education in public schools--a consultant for Ignite EdTech, and a learning specialist for NCCE. She has been in education for five years and began her journey teaching fifth and sixth-grade math and science in Summerville, SC. After completing her master's degree in curriculum and instruction she moved to the Seattle, WA area in 2018, where her career has pivoted to focusing on STEM integration in schools, K-12 mathematics instruction with research on decolonizing mathematics curriculum for teachers and learners, creating inclusive math environments, and using technology to bridge equity gaps in math education. She has presented at ISTE, ImpactEducation, CUE, and DigCitSummit on topics such as creating inclusive math classrooms, culturally responsive STEM education, and equity in educational technology. Additionally, she was recently awarded the title of one of the top 30 K-12 IT influencers in 2021 by EdTech Magazine.

    Dennis Mathew (@StoriesByDennis) - The Business of Writing

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 42:22

    Dennis Mathew is an elementary school speech pathologist going into his 15th year working in public schools. Since 2019 he has also been a children's author and songwriter. He has three books and one music album published. His content is well anchored in SEL and growth mindset principles. To date, he has distributed over 26,000 copies of his books to public schools nationwide, presented to around 150 schools and over 85K+ students. SM handles:Twitter: @storiesbydennisIG: @booksbydennis Website: booksbydennis.comMusic: booksbydennis.bandcamp.com

    Kesha Jones, M.Ed. (@TheRealKeshMEd) - Your Brand Ain't Your Logo

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 27:48

    Kesha Jones M.Ed. is the CEO of MED Network (Motivated, Educated & Dedicated). Kesha's goal is to help motivate everyone and pursue their branding goals through social media marketing and promotions.  After years of attending college Kesha earned her Bachelor's Degree in Advertising & Public Relations and a minor in Hospitality Tourism Management.  She recently completed her Master's Degree in Education Student Affairs & Leadership.  Kesha's foundation is to grow in the entrepreneur world and to help everyone find their personal or business brand.  You can follow me on social media at @therealkeshmed to connect and network as well. 

    Dr. Tara Blackshear (@TaraBlackshear) - No More Free...

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 54:37

    Tara B. Blackshear is an equity scholar who specializes in health, physical activity, and education. She is an assistant professor of Kinesiology and the program coordinator for Physical Education Teacher Education at Towson University. She earned her bachelor's and master's degrees in Physical Education at Florida A&M University and a Doctorate in Education in Exercise and Sport Science at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Before her current role, Dr. Blackshear taught for 17 years in public, private, charter, and international schools in the United States, Egypt, and Thailand, and a three-year post at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill working to prevent type II diabetes among middle school youth.Dr. Blackshear examines the social determinants of health and physical activity, fitness measures and outcomes, and inequities in education with a particular focus on race, women of color, and youth. Her interdisciplinary approach allows her to challenge the status quo, bring awareness and provide solutions that aid in programming that confront structures that negatively impact the wellbeing of marginalized and minoritized groups. Dr. Blackshear's commitment to equity is evident in her work that appears in Quest, Physical Education & Sport Pedagogy, The Journal of Racial and Health Disparities, Taboo: The Journal of Culture and Education, The Journal of American College Health, The Journal of African American Women & Girls in Education, The Journal of Teaching in Physical Education, and Curriculum in Health and Physical Education Studies along with her community, civic, and institutional engagement with SHAPE America, SHAPE Maryland, Maryland State Department of Education, Delaware State Department of Education, Partnership for a Healthier America, Physical Education Health Education Canada, U.S.A. Lacrosse, PhysEquity, Lighthouse Wellness & Health Education Consulting, and Baltimore City Public Schools.Dr. Blackshear's research has garnered national and international attention. She has begun to impact institutional change, policy, and practice, as evident in her participation in global media and consultation requests with organizations and agencies that seek to create culturally responsive, equitable environments. Dr. Blackshear's candid perspective has shown effectiveness in transforming performative institutional gestures into measurable outcomes with accountability. 

    Starr Sackstein (@mssackstein) - Mastery Portfolio @MasteryForAll

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 52:07

    Mastery Portfolio is a collection of web-based tools and professional development experiences designed to improve education practices. Our primary application, MasteryBook, revolutionizes how instructors record, assess, and view data that is standards-first and mastery-focused. We bring teachers, parents, and students along on the journey together. Connect with them on Twitter at @masteryforall.  

    Ross Loveland (@rossloveland) - The Money Game for Educational Consultants

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 34:15

    Ross Loveland is the Founder and Chief Profit Strategist of his company, Grow Green Profit Advisors. After years of working at a multibillion-dollar company with 10,000 plus employees, Ross knew he wanted to have more of a direct impact on the world. He created Grow Green with the goal of serving and blessing small business owners.Grow Green is based on two beliefs. Number one is that small businesses are essential to our communities and to our economy. Number two is that the small business lifestyle can be hard, but it doesn't have to be!Ross and Grow Green Profit Advisors specialize in working with educational consultants and other educators, who feel overwhelmed by the financial aspects of their business. With their profit and bookkeeping services, Grow Green takes the stress away so educators can focus on the work they love and on the good they're doing, all while finally feeling confident about their money.

    Anna Ivey, J.D. (@AnnaIvey) - How to Take Action on Your Business Idea

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 63:54

    Anna Ivey is the former Dean of Admissions of the University of Chicago Law School, author of the admissions bible "How to Prepare a Standout College Application," a sought after higher ed expert, and founder of a digital tool called Inline, which gives students strategic advice for every question and essay in the college application, right in their browsers. 

    Tiffany Hill, Esq. (@th_authentic)- Keys to Owning Your Life and Career

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 53:03

    Tiffany Hill, Esq. is an attorney, author, and filmmaker who finds her greatest joy in empowering others. Attorney Tiffany is a corporate and consumer law attorney who is licensed to litigate in Louisiana, Oklahoma, Texas, and Ohio. As owner of TH Legal Consulting, Tiffany's practice includes federal court litigation, contract negotiation, corporate compliance, policy development, and higher education law. She has successfully litigated on behalf of her clients to eliminate over $1 Million in debt pursuant to federal laws that require credit reports to contain accurate information. As a corporate attorney, Tiffany assists with the formation of legal entities and protecting the business brand. She ensures her business clients obtain clarity in the contracts that guide their transactions and minimizes their legal liability. She has negotiated global contracts for clients in the real estate and personal protective equipment (PPE) field with portfolios totaling over $1 Billion. Tiffany also serves as a board member for the American Psychological Association (APA) and the Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH). AuthorTiffany is the author of “Authentic Me: A Story of Strength, Perseverance and Faith, wherein she shares her deeply moving and personal story as a survivor of an emotional and physically abusive marriage. She helps other survivors of traumatic experiences to transition from pain to purpose. FilmmakerTiffany is the Executive Producer of “The Last Time,” a domestic violence awareness film. The Last Time depicts the story of a modern-day power couple whose seemingly perfect life contradicts their private abusive encounters, creating an opportunity for viewers to have authentic dialogue about eradicating domestic violence. The Last Time stars Tommy Ford, Charmin Lee, and many other talented actors. The film made its television debut in 2017 and continues to air on Aspire TV as part of the network's ABFF Independent segment, hosted by music recording artist David Banner, with a reach of 37 million viewers nationwide. Tiffany earned her Juris Doctorate and Bachelor of Civil Law degrees from Louisiana State University and her undergraduate degree from Southern University, both located in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. She is actively involved in community service and is a member of several national organizations, including Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. and The Links, Incorporated. Of all of her accomplishments, she counts her role as mother of three sons- Tyler, Trent, and Tanner- to be the greatest. With a rare sense of purpose and an inspirational journey of triumph, Tiffany knows there is nothing more valuable than embracing one's own truth. She is emphatic about people, particularly women, understanding that self-love is paramount. Among the mantras by which she lives is: “To live authentically is the ultimate form of happiness!” ContactTH Legal Consulting LLC PO Box 5302, Edmond, OK 73083 thlegalconsulting@gmail.comwww.thlegal.org

    Dr. Yvette C. Latunde (@doc_yvette) - Do You Understand Your Assignment?

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 50:44

    Dr. Latunde is a Professor in the Organizational Leadership Program and Co-Director of the LaFetra College of Education Center for Educational Equity and Intercultural Research (CEEIR) at the University of La Verne. As she has navigated higher education and public schools, she found herself needing to engage in frequent self-care and purposeful interactions with diverse communities, in order to thrive. Thus she uses mindfulness, and applications of hospitality to lead, teach, mentor, consult, and coach.Over the years she has published and presented locally and internationally on family, school, and community partnerships. Dr. Latunde is the author of Research in Parental Involvement: Methods and Strategies for Education and Psychology and numerous articles. She is a part of a team engaged in coaching school leaders on applications of mindfulness, and is the lead consultant for the African American Parent Advisory Academy, out of Riverside County Office of Education. Some of the work she is most proud of are the K-12 faith-based partnerships she has helped to develop and facilitate, to improve the ways in which schools engage with diverse families. She is also proud of the significant role she has played in the formation of African American Parent Councils throughout Southern and Central California.Founder of Bridges Leadership and Education Service, LLC., Dr. Latunde offers leadership coaching and consulting in the areas of organizational climate and family and community engagement. 

    Dr. SunAh M Laybourn (@SunAhMarieOnly) - You Don't Need Permission to Grow

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 40:58

    Dr. SunAh M Laybourn is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Sociology at the University of Memphis, an Affiliate Faculty Member for the Center for Workplace Diversity & Inclusion, and an Academic Research Fellow of the Benjamin L. Hooks Institute for Social Change. She received her Ph.D. in Sociology from the University of Maryland (2018). Her research examines racialization processes and cross-racial interaction.  Dr. Laybourn is the co-author of Diversity in Black-Greek Letter Organizations: Breaking the Line (Routledge 2018). Her work has been published in Social Problems, Sociology of Race & Ethnicity, Racial & Ethnic Studies, and Asian Pacific American Law Journal, among others.    Her next book project, tentatively titled Adoptable Orphan, Deportable Immigrant: The Paradoxes of Exceptionalism (under contract with NYU Press) examines immigration, citizenship, and belonging through the case of Korean transnational transracial adoptees and citizenship rights advocacy.  In addition to her work in academia, Dr. Laybourn is an Advisory Council Member for the Korean American Adoptee Adoptive Family Network and a member of The Global Citizen Collective board of directors. You can also hear Dr. Laybourn every Monday morning on her radio show Let's Grab Coffee on WYXR 91.7FM Memphis or http://WYXR.org as she catches up with experts from across the country who are investigating our most pressing social issues and common curiosities. For goal-getting and personal development tips, tune in to I love Mondays! With SunAh, available wherever you stream podcasts. For digital resources to achieve your goals, check out her Etsy shop, Purpose Over Vanity.

    Nate Ridgway (@TeachFromRidge) - How Do I Build an Educational Consulting Business?

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 45:23

    Nate: Nate is a tech-loving history teacher in Avon, Indiana, and co-author of Don't Ditch That Tech: Differentiation in a Digital World. He specializes in lesson design and differentiation and also is licensed in History Ed and Mild Interventions. He was the Indiana Connected Educator of the Year in 2020 and his work has been featured in such publications as the New York Times and Washington Post. He also holds a Master's Degree in History from the University of Indianapolis. He's currently working on a new book, Breaking the Blockbuster Model: The Future of Teaching & Learning in a Netflix World

    Dr. Laykesha Hallmon (@DrKeyHallmon) - Turning Black Gifts into Black Dollars

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 55:19

    Recognized as one of the most brilliant minds in education and business, Dr. Lakeysha Hallmon has transformed the lives of thousands of Black entrepreneurs across the world. Her love of community, paired with her mantra, “Support Is A Verb,” inspires and educates African-Americans to create generational health and wealth. As an award-winning expert in education, business development, plant-based living, she leaves an indelible mark on any business who walks through her door. Dr. Key has developed an economic vehicle that empowers the Black community through cooperative economics. Her ‘key' to success is her village...Dr. Lakeysha Hallmon, affectionately known as “Dr. Key,” moves businesses from sales to success, and inspires them to become doers, supporters, and leaders of change. The mission-forward visionary advocates and empowers artisans, creators, and burgeoning Black businesses who want to thrive. After founding the Village Market ATL in 2016, she has reached and served 1440 businesses and facilitated 5.3 million dollars of direct sales to Black-owned businesses. Now with several verticals under the Village Market moniker, Dr. Key has recently expanded her village to include her storefront The Village Retail at a curated collection of premier Black businesses. She has cultivated a team of her own, employing 100% Black people, over 90% of them women. From Atlanta all the way to the Bahamas, the Mississippi-bred thought leader helps businesses with big ideas turn them into even bigger profits. Her goal is to build a Black mecca, where Black businesses can build and grow anywhere, and with several market storefronts on the way, she's just getting started. Dr. Key's expertise in education spans 15 years, where she has served as a critical voice and advocate for creating empowering learning and work environments for students and employees and is deeply passionate about work efficacy and social-emotional learning.Dr. Key has been featured in Forbes, Essence, Black Enterprise, CNN/ HLN, the Today Show, NOW THIS, the Source, Atlanta Business Chronicle, The Atlanta Voice, Madame Noire, Side Hustle Pro, Therapy for Black Girls, Black on Air.A sought-after speaker, served as the keynote speaker for the Fall graduating class at Clark Atlanta University and the Boys and Girls Club of NW Mississippi and graced the stages of the Steve Harvey Foundation, Hope Global Forum, Beyond School Hours National Conference, Students At-Risk Conference, National Summer Institute Conference, GA Federal Programs Conference, the Power Rising Conference, EnricHER Conference, Atlanta University Center's Financial Literacy and Innovation Conference, and the HBCU Entrepreneurship Financial Literacy Expo. Walker's Legacy has honored Dr. Hallmon. In 2017, she was inducted into the 40 under 40 Society at her undergraduate alma mater, Tougaloo College. Dr. Hallmon is a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated.

    Pamela Askew - What is the Role of an Educational Consultant?

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 38:55

    PAMELA ASKEW, a retired principal spent 30 years educating the children of Detroit and motivating and inspiring teachers to work hard and learn a lot. She started her career as a middle school English teacher.  She also taught ballet.  Pamela quickly rose to the ranks of administrator leading the following departments: English, Social Studies, and Special Education. She became a principal in 2006 and was principal of a middle school, an elementary school, and the only PK-12th grade all-girl public school international academy in Michigan. In her role as principal, Pamela turned around four schools for Detroit Public Schools.PAMELA ASKEW is a graduate of Marygrove College earning two Master's Degrees.She received National Certification as a Principal's Coach and Mentor in 2014.  In 2020, she received national certification with the Center for Teacher Effectiveness as a trainer. Pamela has authored and published education websites, nine eBooks, one non-fiction book, and one fiction book. She has conducted webinars on how to turn around struggling schools and how to build the capacity of others. Pamela studied the leadership practices of top leaders of Fortune Five Hundred companies at the National Principal's Leadership Institute in New York and she is the author of Checkmate: How Power and Greed Destroyed Detroit Public Schools.  Pamela is also the CEO and Founder of Education Impact Services that provides customized professional development.Pamela spends her spare time with her family attends weekly Zumba classes and loves to travel.

    Dr. Constance St. Germain (@DrCStGermain) - A Conversation about Capella University

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 25:19

    Constance St. Germain, Ed.D., J.D. joined Capella University in 2017 and serves as the Provost and Senior Vice President of Academic Affairs. She is responsible for leading the university in achieving superior outcomes and impact. In her position, St. Germain provides leadership, in collaboration with other university stakeholders, on all aspects related to accreditation, faculty affairs, institutional policy, curriculum & programs, academic success, and assessment.Prior to joining Capella, she was the Executive Dean for the University of Phoenix, where she had strategic, operational, and P&L responsibility for faculty, students, and ground campuses across the country and online. St. Germain began her academic career at the American Public University System where for over a decade she held various positions of increasing leadership from faculty to program director to Dean, School of Public Service and Health.In addition, St. Germain is a U.S. Army veteran, where she served as a major in the U.S. Army Judge Advocate General's Corps. While on active duty, she held assignments as an attorney at military posts including the 82D Airborne Division and XVIII Airborne Corps Fort Bragg, NC.St. Germain has authored numerous articles, presented at national conferences, and served as an expert in the media on a wide range of issues facing both the workforce and higher education related to leadership, gender equality, mental health, food security, student outcomes, humanities study, and the law. She is a member of the Board of Directors for the Association of Chief Academic Officers (ACAO) and the YWCA, Minneapolis.St. Germain received her Doctor of Education (EdD) in higher education and organizational change from Benedictine University; her Juris Doctor (JD) from the University of Baltimore School of Law; and a Bachelor of Arts (BA) from George Mason University. She is admitted to practice as an attorney in Vermont, Virginia, and Maryland, as well as several federal courts. St. Germain's research focus is on women and leadership.

    Dr. Matt Rhoads (@MattRhoads1990) - Educational Consultant: What Is It? and How to Become One?

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 56:37

    Matthew Rhoads, Ed.D. is an expert and innovator in educational technology and instructional strategy integration within online, blended, and traditional classroom settings. As a practicing educator in K-12 and higher education, he develops EdTech tool integrations with instructional strategies to drive instruction. He also has expertise in instructing teachers and educational leaders on how to utilize data to make data-driven decisions to drive instruction as well as has developed a data literacy curriculum for K-12 educators. Dr. Rhoads's publications focus on instructional and organizational frameworks that help K-12 schools toggle between various educational settings and integrating research-based instructional strategies with mainstream EdTech tools to amplify student learning within any classroom setting. His latest book is Navigating the Toggled Term: A Guide for K-12 Classroom and School Leaders. He also has his podcast, Navigating Education - The Podcast, which discusses all topics related to education and instruction. For more information on Dr. Rhoads and his work, visit his website at http://matthewrhoads.com.

    Dr. Naomi Lawrence-Reid (@DocDifferently) - Tap into the Entrepreneur in You

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 57:50

    Dr. Naomi Lawrence-Reid, M.D. is a Pediatrician and founder of Doctoring Differently, a course and coaching platform designed to teach Physicians of all specialties how to transition out of full-time clinical and academic practice while embarking on lucrative and flexible Physician careers that best utilize their medical training and experience. Her unique methodology provides a step-by-step guide on obtaining individual and family health insurance, retirements benefits, and medical malpractice for each unique Physician's venture. Dr. Lawrence-Reid initially intended to pursue a career in pediatric emergency medicine, but quickly realized that she was unwilling to yield to the confines of restrictive hospital contracts, non-negotiable salaries, exhaustive administrative duties, and oppressive call schedules. Without an MBA or formal financial training, she quit full-time academic medicine in 2017 to create her own career through a blend of per-diem contracts, locum tenens assignments, telemedicine, Veteran disability exams (yes, a pediatrician seeing adults!), medical expert witness work, and even establishing her own medical aesthetics practice in Southern California.After watching her colleagues suffer under the abusive demands that full-time, hospital-based employment in 2020 imposed on them, Dr. Lawrence-Reid developed the Doctoring Differently curriculum in order to give Physicians permission to choose themselves and transform their individual passions and expertise into gratifying careers with increased income, tremendous freedom, and enhanced quality of life. Dr. Lawrence-Reid is a proud Boston-area native currently based in San Diego, California. She attended Wake Forest University, University of Massachusetts Medical School, and she completed a pediatrics residency at Children's Hospital at Montefiore/Albert Einstein College of Medicine in Bronx, New York. Dr. Lawrence-Reid can be reached at DrNaomi@DoctoringDifferently.com.

    Dr. Sandra Colton-Medici (@sandracolton) - How to Start a Business as an Educational Consultant?

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 63:08

    Dr. Sandra Colton-Medici is an author, educator, and artist. Her work has been featured by LinkedIn News, Flaunt Magazine, L.A. Parent, Backstage, Bustle, Inside Fitness, and more. Her latest book release, Passion P.I.P.E.L.I.N.E., hit #1 on Amazon's New Release List for One-Hour Self-Help Short Reads on its debut date, September 1, 2020 (Book 1 of the Passion Book Series). Her weekly podcast, Sweet Bytes with Sandra, has become a favorite stomping ground for industry executives and business leaders featuring guests from the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts & Sciences, FOX Sports, Revelation, Bedside Reading, and more. Sandra is the Founder and CEO of College of Style, a design-led content marketing company focused on helping female entrepreneurs design unforgettable brands. College of Style provides online workshops, events, and a private online community to help small business owners further establish their brands. Sandra is a style and strategy expert and produced the 2021 Template Design Summit, the 2021 Style Symposium, and this Fall 2021, will launch Styled To The Nines®, an online program that elevates the design and brand messaging for businesses on social media. Sandra works 1:1 with brands and also created the INSIDER Membership for ongoing training and support for entrepreneurs.Sandra holds a Doctor of Education, with a specific emphasis on Organizational Change & Leadership, from the University of Southern California. Her doctoral dissertation explored e-commerce marketing strategies and methods used to target online consumers. Sandra's background includes teaching as a Lecturer of Dance Studies at USC Glorya Kaufman School of Dance. Her latest work is a curation of moving images that demonstrate how dance impacts pop culture on DanceAndPopCulture.com. Sandra will be debuting her first children's book in Summer 2022.Sandra's academic achievements include a Doctor of Education (USC, 2019), Master's Degree in Communication Management (USC, 2015), Bachelor's Degree in Sociology (University of Oregon, 2000), and VOGUE Fashion Certificate (Condé Nast College of Fashion & Design, 2014) in London, UK.Sandra appeared on Lifetime's hit show Dance Moms, was a top finalist on Season 1 of FOX's So You Think You Can Dance, has performed on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno singing backup for both Paulina Rubio and Katharine McPhee, toured dancing backup for Rhianna, and danced in music videos for Snoop Dogg, Justin Timberlake, Chelo, The Game, Katharine McPhee, Raphael Saadiq, Marie Serenholt, Cascada and Too Short. Her resume also includes performing as a Laker Girl (2002-2003), as a dancer for Beyoncé's film, Black is King, and as an actor, in The Day The Earth Stood Still, commercials for Fruit of the Loom, Subway, Nationwide Insurance as well as publishing/editing magazines, books, and articles on dance.

    Natalie Vardabasso (@natabasso) - Podcasting and the Connected Educator

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021 66:11

    A teacher first and foremost, Natalie is currently the Assessment Lead at Calgary Academy, a K-12 special education school in Alberta, Canada. She is also the host of the EduCrush podcast that features inspiring educators, innovators, leaders and activists who are reimagining education.

    Dr. Dayna Laur (@daylynn) - How I Became A Successful Educational Consultant

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2021 51:01

    Dr. Dayna Laur is a veteran high school social studies teacher and career academy coordinator. For fourteen years, she taught Advanced Placement U.S. government, U.S. history, global studies, and law and engaged in extensive co-teaching experiences in a special education setting. Dayna holds a B.A. in History from Virginia Tech, an M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Pittsburgh, an M.S. in 21st Century Teaching and Learning from Wilkes University, and an Ed.D. in instructional systems design and technology from Sam Houston State University. She is a two-time National Board for Professional Teaching Standards certified teacher. During her teaching tenure, Dayna worked closely with the Classrooms for the Future initiative in Pennsylvania, presenting to teachers, instructional technology coaches, administrators, and higher education faculty members on ways in integrate project-based learning in a technology-rich classroom environment. She frequently keynoted events and served as a model teacher to the 500 school districts in the Commonwealth. She was a featured model teacher for Authentic Based Classroom Instruction as produced by the National Institute for Professional Practice. Edutopia also featured Dayna as a model teacher for Interdisciplinary PBL in their Schools That Work Series. During her high school teaching career, Dayna won numerous awards from national organizations and Pennsylvania.Upon leaving the brick-and-mortar classroom, Dayna consulted for several leading national organizations including the Buck Institute for Education and Partnership for 21st- Century Skills. In 2014, Dayna, and Dr. Tim Kubik, founded Project ARC to facilitate partnerships between teachers and technical experts in developing a learning ecosystem that engages learners in authentic project learning experiences (APLEs). At Project ARC, Dayna strives to empower educators and their learners by implementing APLEs, a topic she pioneered in her 2013 book, “Authentic Learning Experiences: A Real-World Approach to PBL” and followed up with more detailed PreK-3, 4-8, and 9-12 versions of the text. You can learn more about Dayna and Project ARC here. 

    Erica Battle, M.Ed. (@TheEricaBattle) - What Is Your Assignment?

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2021 52:49

    Erica began her career in education over 15 years ago by substitute teaching as she worked through college. After she obtained her B.S., Erica took a job in Public Relations as the Customer Service Manager managing the customer experience. Due to a downturn in the economy, Erica found herself searching for a job due to downsizing, which led Erica back to the classroom as a substitute teacher as a temporary means to support her family. Through that second experience in the classroom, Erica found her love and passion for education and has not looked back.Throughout her tenure in education, Erica has been a classroom teacher, instructional specialist, teacher mentor, and Director of Literacy. Through those experiences, Erica realized that she not only had a love for teaching children, but she also had a passion for helping other educators realize their full potential. Erica left the traditional classroom setting in 2017 to begin consulting full-time. Throughout this time, Erica has had the opportunity to work with educators across the country. Erica has provided professional development in Rigorous and Relevant Instruction, Trauma-Informed Practices, Addressing the S.E.L. Needs of Students, Equitable Instructional Practices, and How to Use Data to Inform Practice. Erica has also given Keynote presentations on Acting for Impact, Addressing the S.E.L. Needs of Students, and Equity in Education for schools and organizations around the country.  Erica holds a Bachelor of Science in Mass Communications from Tennessee State University, a M.A.T. from Trevecca Nazarene University, and a Masters in Educational Leadership from Lipscomb University.Erica has written and published an adolescent self-discovery book titled, Who Are You? A Guide to Help Adolescents Navigate Through the Social and Emotional Issues of Life.  Middle and high schools throughout the country are using Who Are You to cultivate authentic relationships within their schools.Erica currently consults full-time with schools and school districts throughout the country.  She provides services that focus on teaching and learning, cultivating relationships by addressing students' SEL needs, strategic planning, and customized services based on the organization's needs.She has presented at some of the most prominent educational conferences such as Model Schools, AMLE, and Beyond School Hours.  Erica has shared her expertise on countless podcasts, conducted radio and television interviews, and was featured in The New York Times.  

    Julie Schniers (@JulieSchniers) - How to Become an Educational Consultant: Relationships. Relationships. Relationships.

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2021 66:03

    Julie Schniers is a speaker, consultant, and coach who focuses on helping others grow in the realm of relationship building and goal setting. For thirteen years Julie spent her time as a high school speech and debate coach molding and shaping leaders to be world changers. By understanding the importance of focusing on what matters most…RELATIONSHIPS. She believes that relationships change everything…in classrooms, in business, in life! And that's why she has dedicated to helping others grow through the power of flipping our focus to relationships first.Julie shares this question, “What IF you just haven't been getting the results you hoped for because your focus is backwards? What IF you could make your audience want to learn, want to listen, want to contribute…just by shifting your focus? I want to change the way we approach everything! My goal is to motivate you, your team, your company, and your school to grow in new ways. I want us all to look through the lens of building relationships to get results. I know that can be hard to do, but I can help! In a world where we can learn almost anything online, we have got to focus on connecting. It is time that we make these hard parts, our heart parts.”For more information check out Julie by visiting her website, www.julieschniers.com 

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    Erin Starkey, M.Ed. - How to Start as an Educational Consultant

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2021 31:21

    After completing her bachelor's degree from the University of Oklahoma, Erin began her career as a public school teacher in Norman Public Schools. Over the past 18 years, she has served in a variety of roles across the educational field including serving as an instructional coach focusing on virtual classrooms, as a middle school principal, and as the head of learning design for an Ed. Tech. company. In 2014, Erin completed her master's of education in Instructional technology and educational leadership from Sam Houston State University. After completing her master's, she started her own business called Bloom Online Design that focuses on helping schools create engaging and effective virtual learning environments. Erin is the director of the Edupreneur Academy that provides support for innovative school start-up models.

    Dr. Erica Jordan-Thomas (@e_jordanthomas) - How To Become An Educational Consultant: Turning Purpose To Profit

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2021 59:59

    Erica Jordan-Thomas' commitment to equity is grounded in her educational experiences that prove all students can be successful when given the resources aligned to their unique needs. As a product of public schools, it was the equity leadership of her teachers that inspired her to follow in their footsteps. Erica's career in education began as a Teach For America corps member teaching high school math in Charlotte, North Carolina. Inspired to create change at a broader scale, she worked as an instructional coach for Teach For America.Believing in the power of strong building leadership, Erica went on to join the 11th cohort of New Leaders, a principal preparation program focused on developing school leaders for turnaround settings. After completing a principal residency, she served as an assistant principal and middle school principal in Charlotte, North Carolina. Under her leadership as principal, she implemented equitable practices such as restorative practices, school-wide implementation of the International Baccalaureate program, and an extended day high school credit program that increased high school credit options. Consequently, her school grew to be ranked #2 out of 43 middle schools in the district for their growth in English language arts and #3 in the district for their growth in science. In May 2021, Erica graduated with her doctorate in education leadership from Harvard Graduate School of Education. Erica focused her doctoral studies on education entrepreneurship, racial equity leadership, and system-level strategy that empowers school principals to effectively lead schools our students deserve. She is the Founder & Owner of two businesses, EJT Consulting LLC, a consulting business focused on providing school leaders with quality learning experiences, and Get LaunchED Consulting™️, a business development program helping educators launch their own consulting business for impact. Erica is a native of Columbus, Ohio and proud alumna of The Ohio State University with a Bachelor's in Textiles and Clothing. She holds a Master's degree in Instructional Leadership from Relay Graduate School of Education. Erica received the New Leader Award from the College of Education and Human Ecology at her alma mater, The Ohio State University. She currently serves as board chair of The Collective National Advisory Board, Teach For America's Alumni of Color Association.     

    Jaye Espy (@JayeEspy) - HBCUs: Black Tech's Future

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2021 57:04

    Jaye Espy specializes in Diversity Partnerships in education — specifically helping students connect, access, and prepare for industry. As Founder and Principal of 353, LLC, her work with diverse corporate, education, and non-profit clients has focused on issues that impact the education ecosystem.As an experienced strategic thought partner who has worked as an implementation specialist across the education spectrum, Jaye has managed complex projects to improve P16 education systems across the United States. She started Mississippi's first virtual public school in 2002 through a U.S. Department of Education grant and was also a part of the founding team to launch washingtonpost.com in 1995. Jaye's current work covers a wide range of education areas across equity and access, workforce development, and partnership opportunities for schools, teachers, and students at Stride Learning, an online learning service. Jaye's portfolio also includes consulting with Codehouse, a non-profit that aims to tackle the diversity gap in technology and Black Tech Ventures, a company that empowers the next generation of black student innovators to become tech entrepreneurs. Jaye formerly served as chief of staff for the White House Initiatives on HBCUs for the Obama Administration where she led collaborative partnership teams across federal, corporate, and post-secondary institutions to improve opportunities for students and faculty, especially in computer science. She was also a special assistant in the Office of the Deputy Secretary. She also worked with UNCF, College Board, Association Montessori International, Mississippi Department of Education, Accenture, and Deloitte. Jaye has degrees from Howard University and the University of Mississippi and is extremely active in politics in her home state of Mississippi and as a Maryland resident.

    Ashley Ameen, Ed.S. (@Educator_Ameen) - How To Become An Educational Consultant: Chase The Impact

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2021 48:04

    Ashley Ameen is an educator who is committed to pushing literacy in every classroom and home. Her purpose is to cultivate scholars to use literacy and be empowered to make their dreams become reality while being productive citizens. Ashley has spent over 10 years in educational instruction and administration. She has earned a BA in English Literature and a MA in Teaching and Learning in the Content area of English. She also holds an Ed.S in Teacher Leadership and is currently a Doctoral candidate in Reading and Literacy. Ashley is dedicated to empowering students to Liberate Literacy by growing into confident readers, writers, and speakers.

    Dr. Michelle Jacob (@AnahuyMentoring) - How To Become An Educational Consultant: Follow Your Own Vision

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2021 50:16

    Michelle M. Jacob is a member of the Yakama Nation and is Professor of Indigenous Studies and Co-Director of the Sapsik'ʷałá Program in the Department of Education Studies at the University of Oregon (UO). She also serves as Affiliated Faculty in the Department of Indigenous, Race, and Ethnic Studies and in the Environmental Studies Program. Michelle engages in scholarly and activist work that seeks to understand and work toward a holistic sense of health and well-being within Indigenous communities and among allies who wish to engage in decolonization. Michelle has published six books and has numerous articles published in social science, education, and health science research journals, and grants from the U.S. Department of Education, the National Endowment for the Humanities, and the National Science Foundation. Her research areas of interest include: Indigenous methodologies, spirituality, health, education, Native feminisms, and decolonization. Dr. Jacob founded Anahuy Mentoring, LLC to support her vision of sharing Indigenous methodologies with a broad audience of professionals through her books, professional development, coaching, and consultation; in her work, Michelle uses Indigenous methods to help clients achieve success in work and life. Michelle offers the popular The Auntie Way Writing Retreats to support writers in boosting their productivity and honoring kindness, fierceness, and creativity in their writing practice. You may contact Dr. Jacob through her website: https://anahuymentoring.com

    Kris Jagasia (@Off2Class) - The Building of An Edtech Company

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2021 33:43

    Kris Jagasia is the co-founder and CEO of Off2Class, a software toolkit for English as a Second Language (ESL) teachers. Off2Class is used by thousands of teachers in more than 120 countries to deliver online and in-classroom ESL lessons. Kris has built many of the key teams within the business including teacher support and success, marketing and sales, and takes an active role in managing U.S. K-12 operations. 

    Dr. Dennisha Murff (@dmurff5) - How To Become An Educational Consultant: Embrace Your Journey

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2021 47:37

    Dennisha Murff is an administrator, educator, writer, adjunct professor, consultant, and relentless advocate for equitable educational opportunities for all. Throughout her education career, she has worked hard to incorporate equity, social justice, and culturally responsive practices into her work.  Dr. Murff is also the founder of Murff Consulting Group, LLC, an educational consulting group focused on cultivating the greatness within each scholar through the Education Empowerment Movement.  Dr. Murff believes education is the great equalizer.  This can only take place when students are provided with a diverse school setting where high expectations are the foundation for learning.  This learning environment must include adults who are willing to challenge the status-quo to give students the learning opportunities they deserve. A product of Elkhart Community Schools in Elkhart, IN, Dr. Murff completed her undergraduate work at Ball State University where she earned a dual major in Elementary Education and Early Childhood Education.  After graduation, she chose to immediately begin her teaching career.  Her lifelong goal of teaching children brought her great joy!  Within a couple of years, she decided to attend Indiana Wesleyan University to earn her Master's degree in Education.  Dr. Murff had been encouraged to obtain her administrative license, but she felt it wasn't the right path for her and desired to continue teaching in the classroom.  Nonetheless, leadership opportunities surfaced making it clear Dr. Murff's calling was in administration.  She believed she could impact the teaching and learning environment for students and staff members on a larger scale.  With that decision in mind, Dr. Murff returned to school and received her administrative licensure from Indiana University.  Dr. Murff obtained her Ph.D. in Educational Leadership from Purdue University in 2017.  Her dissertation focused on the power of culturally responsive pedagogy to increase student learning outcomes for African American male students.  In 2020, Dr. Murff published her first book, Culturally Responsive Pedagogy: Promising Practices for African American Male Students. As Dr. Murff began her teaching journey, her eyes were opened to the variations in equitable access to learning opportunities in the school setting.  Once she moved into administration, the disparities were glaring not only in school buildings but across school districts.  As Dr. Murff continued to push towards equitable opportunities, she began to heavily focus on culturally responsive practices in the school setting.  Her passion for increasing student learning outcomes for all students was evident from her first day of teaching.  This passion continues to drive the work Dr. Murff does at the building and district level. Dr. Murff has over 21 years of experience in education.  She feels honored to have spent the majority of her educational career in one school district, which is located in a large metropolitan city.  She is currently in her 14th year as an elementary school principal.  She has also served as an assistant principal and elementary school teacher.  Dr. Murff and her husband, Darrell Murff, are the proud parents of three amazing children, McKenzie, Lincoln, and Averi.   She strongly believes her most important role in life is being their mother.  They are her greatest blessings!   

    Chad Dumas (@ChadDumas) - How To Become An Educational Consultant: Do Your Homework

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2021 49:42

    Chad Dumas is a Solution Tree associate and international educational consultant, presenter, and award-winning researcher whose primary focus is collaborating to develop capacity for continuous improvement. With over two decades of successful leadership experience, Chad has led significant improvements for both students and staff. He shares his research and knowledge in his new books, Let's Put the C in PLC and An Action Guide to Put the C in PLC, and consulting that includes research, stories, hands-on tools, useful knowledge, and practical skills. More information about Chad can be found at https://www.nextlearningsolutions.com/.

    Betsy O'Neill-Sheehan (@EONeillSheehan) - Author Talks: AGI &THE THOUGHT COMPASS

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2021 26:37

    Betsy O'Neill-Sheehan is an elementary school counselor bridging traditional counseling with current technologies. A mother of three and SEL educator, she knows there is no substitute for connections children make through stories and play. One of her favorite collaborations was authoring AGI and the THOUGHT COMPASS with illustrator, Manuel S. Herrera and EduMatch Books in 2020. In 2019 she was recognized as a Pioneer Valley Educator of Excellence. You can find her on Twitter @eoneillsheehan, her website at http://betsyoneillsheehan.com. .

    Jen Vincent (@jvincentwrites)- How To Become An Educational Consultant: Know Your Worth

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2021 63:22

    Jen Vincent is a Latinx writer, blogger, and educator. She is also the founder of Story Exploratory. Jen believes in taking writing instruction to the next level by creating a community that makes writing instruction fun and easy. She wants every teacher to be a confident writing teacher so they can bring joy to writing and impact student writers.

    Laurel Aguilar-Kirchhoff (@LucyKirchh) - How To Become An Educational Consultant: Know The Business

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2021 84:35

    Laurel (Lucy) Aguilar-Kirchhoff is serving as a Digital Learning Specialist and is the founder of “MotivatED Learning with Lucykirchh.” Laurel is a part of the ISTE Community Leaders specializing in Digital Citizenship/Media Literacy. She's providing professional development through her website Lucykirchh.com and a new YouTube channel “MotivatED Learning with Lucykirchh” with new videos posting every Monday Morning as part of #MotivatEDMondays. As a former classroom teacher, Laurel's goal is to empower others to gain an understanding of the pedagogical practices behind combining curriculum with technology (while making it fun!).

    Kienia Green (@KieniaM) - We Can't Go Back to 2019

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2021 62:10

    Kienia Green has served as an Instructional Designer for various entities since 2008. Kienia got her start at Spring ISD Virtual School where she served as a part of the original team that established the program and developed its initial content for online learning. She finds joy in assisting educators and entities in developing courses and training for new and innovative technologies. She has  broad range of experience using instructional tech tools such as Captivate, Camtasia, Vyond, and supporting the transition from f2f to online learning. To support her career desires, she is currently pursuing a Doctorate of Instructional Systems Design and Technology through Sam Houston State University to focus on adult learning. Kienia is the proud pet mom of 5 kitties and a bonus son. She enjoys reading, crafting, dancing, and serving her community along with her sorority sisters as a member of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated.

    Athea Davis (@atheadavis) - How To Become An Educational Consultant: It's Starts From Within

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2021 48:34

    Athea Davis is a mindfulness educator, speaker, and writer dedicated to guiding others to climb the rocky mountains of their life while discovering their inner spark so they feel FULLY alive. She holds a Master's Degree in Educational Policy and Leadership, is a Texas Certified Educator, an Experienced Registered Yoga Teacher (E-RYT 500) and a Children's Registered Yoga Teacher (RCYT).  She's the author of Today's Gonna Be Awesomesauce: Daily Meditations for Youth, Parents & Families, and the creator of the powerfully positive mindfulness resource, Today's Gonna Be Awesomesauce: Affirmation + Art Card Deck for Youth, Parents, and Educators. Athea owns Sol Sense Yoga, a mindfully-infused education and leadership company, where she leads live mindfulness trainings + digital courses for leaders, educators, and parents. She is the host of the rising education podcast, Mindful Living with Athea Davis. Athea loves anything that sparkles, tea time with a book on any subject, all things crunchy munchy, and adventures in the desert mountains.  She lives with her family in Houston, Texas. 

    Dana L. Wilson, MBA (@DanaDisrupts) - The Money Matters: Be a brand for yourself, not a brand for your company

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2021 58:24

    Dana L. Wilson is an experienced financial professional with over fifteen years in the financial services industry. She graduated from North Carolina Central University, where she received her Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) with a concentration in Marketing. She is currently an Executive MBA candidate at Penn State University, Smeal School of Business, where she is studying Strategic Leadership and will complete a concentration in Corporate Innovation.Dana is the Founder & CEO of CHIP(Changing How Individuals Prosper), a B2B financial services marketplace that makes it easy to find Black and Latinx financial professionals.Before starting CHIP, Dana worked as an Investment Advisor at large and independent firms. She was a previous Start-Up Coach teaching Business Planning and Sales and Marketing for Apps Without Code (AWC), a no-code boot camp program for entrepreneurs to build and scale their own apps.She is the Executive Director of Program Operations & Strategy for Supernova Consulting's, Supernova Scholars Program. Dana is creating, executing, and overseeing a mentorship program that will bring more opportunities for African American college students in the Financial Services Industry.

    Louise El Yaafouri (@ElYaafouri) - How To Become An Educational Consultant: The Business Part is as Important as the Education Part

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2021 37:06

    Louise El Yaafouri is a Recent Arriver & Cultural Competency Consultant at DiversifiED Consulting. She provides action-oriented programming, professional development, and curriculum design in the areas of Emergent Lingual education, trauma-informed practice, culturally responsive pedagogy, and equity/inclusion work.  Louise has also authored a wide range of materials, including books and magazine articles, and is a regular contributor for various ed-based publications.  As a Newcomer educator, Louise was named a Rodel Exemplary Educator, “Distinguished” teacher (Denver Public Schools), Mile High Teacher, and Professional Fulbright Educator to Tanzania, where she founded a school that continues to graduate students each year.  Currently, she holds board positions at the United Nations Association Denver and New America Schools and maintains vital partnerships with local and international refugee-serving entities.  In 2018, Louise served as a Global Mentor to teachers in Kenya's Kakuma and Dedaab refugee camps, in partnership with Columbia University.  Louise is based out of Denver, Colorado and Saida, Lebanon. 

    The Edupreneur: A Master Class with Dr. Robyn Jackson (@Robyn_Mindsteps)

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2021 39:23

    The Edupreneur is a 2019 documentary film that takes you on a journey into the successes and challenges of some of the most recognized names in K-12 education consulting. The interviews feature eight edupreneurs discussing their lives and careers as educators and entrepreneurs.Produced by Dr. Will Deyamport, III. Buy your digital copy here: Featuring:Jeff BradburyAbbey FutrellDr. Robyn JacksonAngela MaiersTom MurrayEric SheningerCatlin TuckerDr. Ai Zhang About Dr. Robyn Jackson:As a school administrator, you are facing pressure to improve your school, and yet, sometimes it seems that no one around you is feeling the same sense of urgency. Maybe they are resistant to your vision. Or maybe, they buy into your vision, but don't have the skills needed to make it a reality.I get it. It can be frustrating when teachers don't support your vision, appreciate your efforts, or feel a real sense of urgency to improve. And, it can be really discouraging when they don't take advantage of the supports you provide. Some feedback conversations end in push-back or hurt feelings. And sometimes, they refuse to be accountable and this can destroy your school culture.I teach a simple 4 step process that helps you improve teacher will AND skill so that you can achieve your vision for your school with the people you already have. No more waiting for others to get on board before you can reach your goals. No more having your vision be held hostage by the resistant, but vocal few.With this 4-step process, you don't have to wait to achieve your vision. You can turn your school into a success story right now.Whenever you're ready, here are 3 ways we can help:➊ Tune in to my weekly podcast School Leadership Reimagined where you can get immediately actionable strategies to solve your biggest challenges.➋ Join me for Builder's Lab, our LIVE 3-day Intensive that helps you overcome will AND skill challenges with teachers so that you can grow your teachers and finally achieve your vision for your school.➌ Bring a workshop to your school. Our on-site professional development will help you give effective, calibrated feedback based on your evaluation instrument, grow your teachers at least one level on your evaluation instrument each year, help everyone stay accountable to school goals, and overcome toxicity in your school and build a healthy school culture.To learn more, reach out via https://mindstepsinc.com/about/ 

    Victoria Thompson, M.S. (@VictoriaTheTech) - The Edupreneur Life

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2021 90:39

    Victoria Thompson is a STEM Integration Transformation Coach at Technology Access Foundation--a nonprofit leader redefining STEM education in public schools--a consultant for Ignite EdTech, and a learning specialist for NCCE. She has been in education for five years and began her journey teaching fifth and sixth-grade math and science in Summerville, SC. After completing her master's degree in curriculum and instruction she moved to the Seattle, WA area in 2018, where her career has pivoted to focusing on STEM integration in schools, K-12 mathematics instruction with research on decolonizing mathematics curriculum for teachers and learners, creating inclusive math environments, and using technology to bridge equity gaps in math education. She has presented at ISTE, ImpactEducation, CUE, and DigCitSummit on topics such as creating inclusive math classrooms, culturally responsive STEM education, and equity in educational technology. Additionally, she was recently awarded the title of one of the top 30 K-12 IT influencers in 2021 by EdTech Magazine.

    Tremaine Wills, MBA (@TremaineWills) - Get Your Finances In Order

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2021 73:30

    Tremaine Wills, MBA, is a graduate of Hampton University and native to the Hampton Roads Area. She is the owner of Mind Over Money, LLC, a Register Investment Advisor Firm, where she focuses on helping ambitious black women create and execute financial plans. Tremaine is a Certified Financial Education Instructor and is passionate about promoting financial literacy. This passion led her to start a free community, Get Your Money Right, focused on helping the black community shift the narrative on the wealth gap. Tremaine has been working in personal finance since 2012 and was recently named Top 50 under 50 by the Association of African American Financial Advisors. To connect with the movement that is closing the wealth gap, follow @tremainewills on all social media platforms.

    Dr. Melanie Askew (@DidIASQ) - The Educator Entrepreneur: How To Start A Charter School

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2021 44:56

    Élan Academy is a free public college preparatory charter school, Élan Academy Charter School currently educates prek4 through sixth-grade students. We will grow one grade level at a time to eventually educate pre-kindergarten through grade eight students in New Orleans, LA.OUR MISSIONThrough a classical curriculum, high-quality instruction, and leadership development, Élan Academy Charter School ensures that all students have the foundation necessary to thrive in secondary school, succeed in college, and access lives of opportunity.OUR MODELWe maximize individualization and propel early technology literacy through rich and frequent blended learning. We stand firm on three concepts - grammar, logic, rhetoric - and three components – structured learning, Great Books, spoken language. Our 21st-century approach to learning, joined with a classical curriculum, provides an innovative and powerful option for preparing students with the foundation necessary for lives of opportunity.Melanie Askew is a dedicated educator who has spent the last several years working and leading in education. Beginning as a research assistant in the Department of Special Education at Vanderbilt's Peabody College, Dr. Askew confronted the large disparities across special education and gifted education for students of color. With the drive to close those gaps for all children, she has worked as a founding teacher, instructional coach, curriculum content specialist, adjunct professor, and educational consultant. Dr. Askew has a Bachelor of Science in Human and Organizational Development, a Master of Education in Organizational Leadership, and a  doctorate in Leadership and Learning in Organizations,  all from Vanderbilt University's Peabody College.She is a graduate of the inaugural cohort of the New Orleans Stand for Children Education Leadership Institute (ELI). She is a graduate of the Urban League of Greater New Orleans' Urban Leaders for Equity and Diversity (ULEAD) 2016 Cohort. With a committed founding team, she is humbled and driven towards the opportunity to open an excellent K-8 school that provides a quality option rooted in the voices of the community of New Orleans.

    Lindsay Titus (@ltitus828)- How To Become An Educational Consultant: Treat What You Do As A Business

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2021 47:23

    Lindsay Titus is a passionate and energetic educator! She uses her expertise as a board-certified behavior analyst and a former classroom teacher, to ignite the passion of any educator. She is eager to transform the mindset educators hold about behavior, and use this dynamic shift to increase connections with all students! Lindsay is a speaker, coach, podcaster, author, and founder of DEFINE YOUniversity where she offers weekly podcast episodes, courses, coaching, and events for educators to help guide them through the journey of finding relief from the overwhelm and reigniting their passion for life inside and outside of the classroom. Twitter: @ltitus828Instagram: @lindsaytitusedu Facebook Page: Lindsay Titus Website: http://defineyouniversity.com Podcast: The Define YOUniversity Show with Lindsay Titus

    Nicole Reynolds, M.Ed. (@Sassyeducation) - How To Become An Educational Consultant: Don't Make It Pretty; Make It Work

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2021 65:35

    Nicole Reynolds, M.Ed is the Owner & Executive Director for Sassy Education LLC.Nicole serves as an adjunct professor and school administrator. Previously serving as a K-12 classroom educator she has used her experience to develop Sassy Education to serve and meet the needs of her clients. She is a skilled and passionate Sassy Educator & Instructional Stylist. Additionally, Nicole is an educational strategist and consultant supporting executive leadership in various schools and school systems through her service offerings. She is a certified educator and school administrator. Sassy Education LLC  is an education consulting agency that supports its clients through a host of services including: Strategic planning and marketingGrant writing and sourcing Event planning and executionCurriculum assessment and design Training and Development (K-12, Business Edu, PBL, Instructional Technology) Instructional Styling (coaching and designing high-quality/engaging lessons with educators) As an instructional styling service, we elevate lessons and curriculum for students and teachers. We support continuous development through tailored, hands-on training relevant to the school culture, vision, and curriculum. Sassy Education partners with your executive team to elevate your school and program to the next level of excellence. Connect with us and experience a vibrant, bold difference. Let's work together. Twitter: @sassyeducation Instagram: @sassyeducation Email: sassyeducation@gmail.comLinkedIn:www.linkedin.com/in/nicole-r-33575971

    Dr. Tammy Francis (@DrTammyFrancis) - How To Become An Educational Consultant: Be Self Aware

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2021 44:42

    Dr. Tammy Francis, The Catalyst, is a Texas native. Affectionately called Dr. Tammy, she is an Edupreneur. She is the owner and CEO of Catalyst 4 Change Global, LLC, Catalyst 4 Change Travel, T. F. Donaldson Global Enterprises, LLC, and Catalyst4Change Apparel. She is also the founder of the Catalyst 4 Change Global Community. She is an Assistant Professor who is also a Life and Business Strategist, Educator, Global Community Builder, Consultant, Educational Researcher, Literacy Advocate, Speaker, Author, and Traveler. Dr. Tammy is also a TEDx speaker who shared the talk, “Connected to Your Purpose, on Purpose.” As an educator, Dr. Tammy helps adults improve their reading and writing skills as well as their ability to be successful in college and life. She supports educators in the secondary and postsecondary classroom by sharing instructional strategies that create an engaged, equitable, and inclusive environment for students from diverse backgrounds. As an entrepreneur and strategist, Dr. Tammy helps you move in the direction of more and prepare for what's next by providing the tools and strategies needed to plan and live on purpose in your life and/or business. She also offers goal setting/vision sessions, purpose planning workshops, and conscious connections retreats. Dr. Tammy's two most recent titles are “Manifesting More: A Playbook for Planning and Living on Purpose” and “R.E.A.P. More: 76 Seeds for This Season.” She also has chapters in the recently released books, “You Can: 33 Stories to Uplift and Inspire Everyday People” and “Stronger: A Guide for Women Entrepreneurs on Finding Hope and Motivation for Your Business During Times of Crisis.” Connect with her across all social media platforms @DrTammyFrancis and @C4CGlobal1. Email her at info@drtammyfrancis.com. For more information, visit: DrTammyFrancis.com and www.catalyst4changeglobal.net.

    Jen Burdis (@jenburdis) - How One Educator Launched A Fitness Business

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2021 42:01

    As a Winning Edge NSCA-Certified Personal Trainer, Precision Nutrition Level 1 Nutrition Coach, Penn State Volleyball alumna, 2x American Ninja Warrior, ARC of Pennsylvania Sports Hall of Fame inductee, twenty-year veteran elementary teacher, M.Ed., author of The EduNinja Mindset 11 Habits for Building a Stronger Mind and Body, and keynote speaker, Jen works with individuals, school districts, and teams developing grit and growth mindset tools, implementing sound nutrition, practicing quality movement, and mindfulness strategies as a strong foundation to reaching higher goals with her EduNinja™ program. As the Winning Edge Elite Athletic Performance Training founder, L.L.C. Jen helps everyone from professional athletes, competitive athletes, to beginners reach their athletic potential. Go to JenBurdis.com to set up a complimentary consultation to learn more about 1:1 in-person or virtual workouts, team and group workouts, and meal plans to perform at your best.Check out her book: The EduNinja Mindset 11 Habits for Building a Stronger Mind and Body, on Amazon.com  https://amzn.to/2xS6Hyu or BarnesandNoble.com.Jen launched the EduNinja™ 30-Day Health and Wellness Challenge in 2015 and conducts it yearly to promote healthy habits and fitness activities for teachers, students, families, and friends to give back to the community. Her goal is to help people of all ages and abilities live stronger, healthier lives through nutrition, movement, and mindfulness. Some of Jen's webinars and keynote speeches include:Yale Women's Volleyball Webinar Empowering Athletes And Unlocking Human Potential: May 14, 2020Penn State College of Education Webinar Taking Care of Yourself Through Nutrition, Movement, and Mindfulness: April 21, 2020Penn State College of Education GOLD (Graduates of the Last Decade) Women's Leadership Conference: June 21, 2019 “What Achilles Heel? Finding Your Purpose and Passion”DKG International Society for Key Women Educators: January 2019, January 2020, (Leading Women Educators Impacting Education Worldwide, Eta Chi Chapter, CA State “It's Time to Raise the Bar With EduNinja Nutrition, Movement, Mindfulness”Cal State Northridge Better Together CA: August 2018 It's Personal Meeting The Needs of Every Student: “Grit: Aren't You Glad You Didn't Quit?”

    Karissa Gonzalez, M.Ed. (@XplrLearnTrns4m) - How To Become An Educational Consultant: Take The Leap

    Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2021 52:19

    Karissa Gonzalez, M.Ed., founder of Explore Learn Transform, is an Education Consultant and Professional Development Coach who works with K-12 Teachers that wish to make their Professional Development more personal in an effort to transform their “teacher story” (and the lives of others). Karissa believes that when teachers have access to Professional Learning resources and experiences that meet their needs and interests, the positive impacts on students and the school community are many.  Karissa has over 8 years of experience teaching in NYC and New Orleans Public High Schools, where she served as an Algebra Teacher, Department Chair, Instructional Coach, and Instructional Leader.  She is also a former Master Teacher Fellow at Math for America, a Professional Development Fellowship of Math and Science teachers considered to be experts in their fields and models for professional engagement and development. Karissa has a Masters in Mathematics Education for Grades 7-12 from CUNY Hunter College. 

    Precious Price, M.S. (@PreciousCPrice) - How To Become An Edupreneur: Know Your Value Add

    Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2021 72:59

    Precious Price is a Speaker, Entrepreneur, and Digital Marketing Consultant. After graduating from the Kelley School of Business with her B.S. in Marketing (2017) and M.S. in Information Systems (2018), she relocated to Atlanta, GA where she quickly created a name for herself in the business and branding space.She serves clients through her signature coaching program, Building Brand Authority—better known as BBA. Precious helps position her clients as experts by uncovering the real value behind their brand and how they can effectively deliver that value to the right audience via digital platforms.After purchasing her first home in 2019, Precious decided to also step into the real estate market through the short-term rental platform, Airbnb. In 2020 amidst a pandemic, she managed to make over $50,000 part-time through the platform. She now has three properties in South Atlanta, and recently finished the build for a tiny home. She shares her experience and strategies through her platform, #AirbnbMoney (@airbnb on Instagram), and has recently released an e-book, #AirbnbMoney: The Complete Guide to Starting, Managing and Optimizing Your Airbnb Business.  

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