Camp English Professor
Education is my life and my calling. The English language ignites my love of reading and writing, and I wish for it to be the same for others. As a mother, teacher, and tutor, I know how important it is to encourage daily learning. This knowledge inspires my life and my career goals.
I will continue my work as a college professor, as a writer of short shorts and poems, and as a publisher of research. In the future, I hope to establish websites relevant to critical thinking and English composition.I am eager to fulfill my legacy as a change agent.
I have experience working with various age levels from Kindergarten to college, and some of my qualifications and job experience are listed below:
- B.A. in English (minor: Communication) from Wright State University
- M.A.in Education from Antioch McGregor College
- M.A.in English from Southern New Hampshire University
- Dayton Job Corps Academic Instructor since 2017
- Central State University Instructor since Autumn 2014 (English 1100, 1101 and 1102; Great Books & Film)
- Columbus State Community College (CSCC) Instructor since Autumn 2009 to 2016 (English 1100, 0190, and 2367/English 100, 101, and 102; Cols 1100/ASC 190; English 1100 and 1102 Web )
- Sinclair Community College Instructor since Autumn 2013 to 2015 (DEV Writing 0030 and 0032)
- Clark State Community College Instructor since Autumn 2013 (CPE Writing 0300 and 0400/Interpersonal Communications/First Year Seminar)
- 7-12th grade teaching license
- Substitute teacher with Trotwood City Schools, Vandalia City Schools, and Northridge City Schools
- Tutor with Sylvan Learning Center (Vandalia), Huntington Learning Center (Centerville), CSCC Writing Center, and CSCC Online Writing Center
- English Instructor at Miami Jacobs-Dayton campus
- Freshman Seminar Instructor at Wright State University and CSCC
- Teacher’s aide at Montessori Children’s Center in Fairborn
- Camp Leader with Wright State Universities Summer Pre-college Programs
I am willing and able to provide a curriculum vitae (link is also below), and reference letters, if necessary.
- This was for a presentation I did at CSCC's 2013 Faculty Exchange Conference. It was called Ebonics in the Classroom and discussed the elements of Ebonics that make it a language, and how we can implement this knowledge in our college classrooms: Ebonics in the Classroom
- To complete my M.A. in English, I had a capstone project. This presentation is a collection of research papers on Ebonics and African American literature as well as practical ideas for putting theory into practice: Where Experience Meets Composition: A collection of research, reflection and practical plans for reaching the African American student