Position: Unconditional Education Coach
What led you to your current position?
When I saw the Unconditional Education Coach position listed, I was really intrigued with the focus on culture and climate and the Unconditional Education model. I have worked in education for at least 8 years and in my 8 years of experiences, I have yet to come across a model similar to Unconditional Education that truly works for all students. Additionally, I wanted to be apart of an organization that believes in and supports every child.
I love traveling and have traveled to 10+ countries.
What does your average day look like?
Typically, I start my day off by greeting students at the front gate with the 6th grade Assistant Principal. From there, I’m checking emails, checking in with students, attending meetings on various topics, supporting during lunch and spending intentional time implementing the Student Support Progress Team (SSPT) with the support of the 6th grade Counselor and 6th grade School Psychologist, 6th grade Assistant Principal and our School Partnership Director.
Why do you do this work?
I do this work because I care about the current state of education, I care about students and families and I also believe every child has the potential to succeed when giving the right support and structure.