Is currently an educator for the Clayton County Public School System. She earned a BA in English, from Georgia State University, a Master's in Elementary Teacher Education from the University of Phoenix, and a Ph.D. in Educational Leadership from Capella University. Dr. English's philosophy is "Every Child Can Learn!" Dr. English has a history o working with youth for more than 20 years; educating mentoring and inspiring young people. She is also the founder of a mentoring program for girls, ages eight to nine called "Charming Chrysalises." Dr. English has recognized; however, that her call to impact the lives of young children today, is no longer local, but global. Through S.T.R.I.V.E., Dr. English endeavors to inspire our youth to widen their cultural educational, social, and economic adventures.
Ms. Richardson is a former educator, and has more than 20 years of experience in education. Ms. Richardson taught Kindergarten, and also mentored high school students. Richardson is also a philanthropist and still endeavors to reach our youth, tagging them as, "Our Leaders of Tomorrow!"
Ms. Richardson is currently the Accounts Receivable Manager at Elks Aidmore, a private non-profit residential facility for adolescents in crisis. Richardson continues to advocate for and impact the lives of young people through organization's group home for young ladies and foster children.
Mrs. Francis is a former educator, and has more than 15 years of experience in education. Francis worked with special needs students ranging from 5 to 20 years in age. Mrs. Francis currently works with young girls, teaching and inspiring them through dance.
Mrs. Wesley is currently an educator for the Clayton County Public School System. Mrs. Wesley has a B.S. in Education (Early Childhood), an M.A. in Education (Curriculum in Instruction). Wesley has a strong background in elementary education, with over ten years of experience in this field. Wesley has experience as a Pre-K Assistant Director, Pre-K Lead teacher, and 3rd grade teacher. Wesley is currently a Kindergarten teacher and grade level chair.
Mrs. Wesley is a strong believer, and tells her students, that "The sky is the limit."