I am a proud product of the Cherokee County School System. I graduated from Sequoyah High School in 2006. In high school, the educators that utilized different approaches and tools to teach me inspired me. It was there that I decided to become a teacher. I attended Kennesaw State University where I received a Bachelor’s degree in Education. Soon after, I received certifications in middle grades Language Arts, Reading, and Special Education General Curriculum. After college, I planted my roots at E. T. Booth Middle School as paraprofessional in the special needs classroom for a couple of years. Not wanting to leave such a special place, I moved a couple of doors down and became a 6th grade Language Arts teacher. Most recently I completed my Specialist in Education Degree at The University of West Georgia, and I became a gifted endorsed teacher. This is where I find myself today, teaching a subject that I love to students that I love!