“If you want to go fast, go alone; if you want to go far, go together.” —African Proverb
My goal is to provide parents assistance and guidance to navigate the intricate web of special education and Section 504 mandates.
I am a Non-Attorney Special Education Advocate and Consultant and work with parents and families throughout the great state of Michigan. I earned my undergraduate degree from Tennessee State University, Nashville, where I studied Psychology. After college, I earned my Master of Arts in Psychology from Fisk University/Meharry Medical College.
In addition to earning my Masters, I completed the Grand Valley State University Education Administration Academy. To stay current with special education laws, regulations and topics, I frequently attend professional development workshops, conferences and webinars. I am an active member of the Council for Exceptional Children, Michigan Association of Administrators of Special Education, and serve as Vice-President of the Women’s Commission of Oakland County.