Since I was 13 years old, I’ve dreamed of completely transforming education.
My undergraduate thesis proposed revolutionary change in the American educational model. The idea and possibility that we can change the way education is administered in this country guides almost everything I put into the world.
Having my own quirky kids lit a fire in me and compelled me to make my vision a reality. In 2011, with a team of amazing colleagues, I founded a charter school.
It’s a privilege to teach at UCF. I’m able to research educational issues that perplex me and engage with students in compelling dialogues on how to promote optimal learning and development through great instruction.
Fostering the development of educational systems that engage all children, particularly those from underserved populations, is truly my life’s work.
In addition to educational issues, I'm passionate about my faith. I also spend a good amount of time thinking and learning about health and productivity. Music, books, movies, iOS apps, poetry, and trees are also on the list.
Oh, and birds. Especially Eastern bluebirds.
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Disclaimer: All posts on this site represent my personal perspectives and are not representative of UCF, Galileo School, or any other organization.