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Kia Greenwood, M.Ed. is the founder and CEO of The Educator’s Light. A veteran teacher who has taught for over 15 years, she has a passion for supporting new teachers, struggling teachers who are willing to grow, and teaching in general. Having won a number of recognitions for her teaching, her mission and that of The Educator’s Light is simple: endeavor to bring more light, joy and common sense to education and our kids—one classroom and life at a time.
–Teacher of the Year 2004-2005 (Elementary)
–Teacher of the Year 2014-2015 (Secondary)
–District Teacher of the Month 2015
–Nominated for Who’s Who Among American Women
–Literacy/Instructional Coach for 3 years
–Excel Award for Excellence in Education
–Voted Favorite Instructor by students at the college level
–Heart for ELA and Reading
–Strategizer and motivator of all subjects
–Lifelong learner (she is still learning!)
–Teacher who loves to write
–Passionate about kids and serving teachers
Services we proudly offer:
-Consulting for new and struggling teachers individually or in groups
-Speaking engagements for staff and youth
-Webinars specific to personal, teacher or staff needs
Please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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