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Master’s Degree in School Psychology, University of South Florida
Master’s Degree in Educational Psychology, University of Denver
Executive Function Coaching
Michelle received her Bachelors in Psychology from UCLA California and earned a Master’s Degree in Educational Psychology at the University of Denver. Michelle finished her formal education at the University of South Florida in Tampa, Florida where she earned a Masters and Specialist degree in School Psychology. While there, she gained valuable experience in working with students on assessing learning, emotional and behavioral difficulties as well as facilitating social skills and anger management groups.
Michelle is a licensed educational psychologist and a credentialed school psychologist in the state of California. She also is a member of the Association of Educational Therapists. She has worked in the private school world for over 23 years where she specialized in consulting, case management, supervision, leadership and program development.
MS Physics, Drexel University
Math, Physics, Chemistry, Biology and SAT/ACT/AP exams
Adam holds an MS in Physics from Drexel University, a MAS in Peace Studies and Conflict Transformation and dual undergraduate degrees in Biology and Physics, as well as an AA in Classical Guitar and Composition. His professional experience includes 20 years of teaching college physics and 15 years teaching for standardized test preparation (SAT/ACT/AP including subject tests in Math, Physics, Chemistry, and Biology). For the past few years, Adam has been working as an editor for cutting-edge science research published in leading, peer-reviewed journals and as a science writer for educational science videos and online lessons. Adam also lived abroad in Spain for several years as he pursued formal studies in flamenco guitar. In his free time, he enjoys writing short stories and poetry, cooking, running, biking, hiking, and exploring different cultures.
Candidate for Doctor of Education in Learning and Organizational Change from Baylor University
English/Language Arts and History
Odonna is a passionate, curious, and loving educator with three years of teaching experience in Special Education. She has worked in the public and public charter school settings as a lead teacher, inclusion co-teacher, resource room teacher, and case manager. Her content specialties are in English/Language Arts and History.
She received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Texas A&M University where she majored in English with a focus in Rhetoric and minor in Communications. She also holds a Masters of Science degree in Environmental Management from Webster University and is currently pursuing her Doctor of Education in Learning and Organizational Change from Baylor University.
Prior to becoming an educator, Odonna served nine years in the United States Army as a Chemical Officer. These years of leadership experience in the military have greatly shaped her views on organizational leadership, teamwork, and commitment.
Her desire to become an educator comes from the core belief that every child is entitled to a high-quality and equitable education that is accessible to all learners, meaningful, and bridges academics and the real world.