I attended the University of North Carolina at Pembroke where I received a Bachelor of Science
Degree in Mathematics. Upon the completion of my undergraduate degree, I taught high and
middle school math for seven years. I later enrolled in graduate school and completed my Master
of Arts Degree in School and Mental Health Counseling at Webster University. I served for 14
years as a High and Middle School Lead Counselor, Dean of Counseling and Student Services, High
School Advance Placement Administrator, member of the School Leadership and the District Equity
Team and a Staff Development Facilitator.
I am excited about being a member of the EOS Family because its mission aligns with my personal
goal and passion around creating an equitable environment where every student is given the
information, tools, and support that they need to be successful in making their dreams their reality.
It is through this lens of equity that we can partner with schools and district leads to illuminate and
destroy barriers that are impeding upon the post–secondary success of students of color and students
from low–income households.
In my spare time I enjoy working out, traveling, reading, debates, sports, and spending time with
family and friends. I also enjoy public speaking, volunteering, and assisting high school and college
students create a plan for success. I am a proud member of the “Oldest and Coldest” black Greek
fraternity, Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.