Bridgette Hicks, M.Ed., Doctoral Candidate has been involved in public education at the elementary level for eight years. She is an inspirational teacher who has led public school campuses over the course of her educational experience, developed classroom effective strategies and positive student engagement strategies that have yield high outstanding assessment results and exceptional institution control. Over the duration of her professional career, she has become passionate about reaching socially economic deprived students and equally concern with the growth and development of the educators who educate students.
Brittany Stuart, M.Ed., Doctoral Candidate has been involved in public education at the elementary level for seven years. She is a dynamic teacher who, over the course of her educational experience, developed unique and positively proven classroom strategies that have yield high student achievement and outstanding assessment results. Over the course of her professional career, she became very passionate about reaching students who were under achievers and those tagged as under achievers because of their demographical circumstances.
Brittany recieved a B.A. from Henderson State University in Arkadelphia, Arkansas, a Masters in Educational Leadership from Concordia University where she is currently pursuing a doctorate degree in Higher Learning.