eduConsulting is our brand.
Our brand is our story.
Meet the storytellers.
Dutchess Maye, EdD
Known for her quirky, down-to-earth, and humorous training style, Dutchess takes the lead in both developing and facilitating many of our training sessions. Her ultimate goal is to build a brand and cultivate a company culture that advocates for practical, real-time approaches towards school improvement. Although Dutchess's primary role is to lead the organization and project its future direction, she is most at home and probably most respected for her work on the ground, wielding her candor and pragmatism to build relationships with district leaders, plan with principals, and support teachers.
Dutchess's Superpower: Indestructibility The power to thrive undaunted
Martin Brown, Jr.
Social Media Ninja
With our digital lives one hectic addition to our already taxed professional existence, how do we manage it all? We don't! Martin does! He is the voice behind all of our tweets and Facebook posts and serves as the urging motivator, reminding us to upload that next blog entry on eduChalkboard. With a company-culture-consciousness, daily Martin stamps our brand in the digital world, sharing tips & tricks from and updates on our professional activities. But that's not all-- he also continually scouts for the latest trends and innovations from the ed-world at-large to share with our followers. We love his bio pic because it captures the essence of his role as our lead storyteller! Is he tweeting?
Martin's Superpower: Invisibility: The power to make an impact without being seen
Kevi Dixon, MEd
Chief Innovation Officer
With a wave of her wand and a sprinkle of fairy dust, Kevi's success record rests on encouraging educators to try new approaches and to embrace new perspectives. Kevi has an eye for detecting how large organizational processes impact teaching and learning at the classroom level. Although Kevi loves helping educators transform learning environments, Kevi thrives on data analysis, research, marketing, and leading the development of K-12 professional learning curricula that hinges on expectations for innovation, research, engagement, practicality. Kevi's K-12 experience combined with her professional tenure at the university level makes her a jack-of-all-educational-trades!
Kevi's Superpower: Queen of Fairies: The power to make the magic happen
Jackye Morrisey, MSA
A lover of language, Jackye is most at home in English / Language Arts classrooms, but as a career educator and experience as a school administrator, Jackye is at home in any school. Conscientious and thoughtful, Jackye understands the importance of establishing effective relationships with everyone in the school. Jackye's passions center around using language effectively, teaching others to perfect their craft, and coaching them in the process. Jackye brings an administrative eye and professional developer's finesse from a national training ground.
Jackye's Superpower: The Influencer: The power to use words to sway others
Gail Worrell, EdD
Entering the next adventure of her professional career, Dr. Worrell exemplifies what it means to be a lifelong learner. With an expertise spanning all grade levels and experience in a variety of educational roles, Dr. Worrell actively seeks deeper understandings of new content to satisfy her unquenchable thirst for the dirty details. Her unrelenting goal to empower students, teachers, and principals drives her strategic planning and can be witnessed in her infectious smile and her unrelenting attention to the nuances of teaching and learning.
Gail's Superpower: The Seeker: The power to ask the right questions
Jamon H. Flowers, MAEd
eduConsultant - Leadership
With a penchant for examining multiple perspectives at once, Jamon brings varied expertise earned from being a principal, coach, and teacher in North Carolina, Virginia, and Washington, DC. Typically a jokester, Jamon is serious about applying practical, creative approaches to help school leaders effectively transform learning environments. With a fellowship at the US Department of Education and the full-time grind of completing his PhD at the College of William and Mary, his passion extends to impacting professional growth and providing those around him with laughter!
Jamon's Superpower: Invulnerability: The power to take whatever is thrown at him
Nakia McCall, MSA, NBCT
Recognized as a champion for children, Nakia's educational passions are wide and sundry. Her experience as a principal, instructional facilitator, teacher, trainer, curriculum developer, and eduConsultant informs her work as our Executive Director. Daily she shapes and shifts procedures, processes, practices to enhance professional performance not only for the schools in our network but for our company. What Nakia probably enjoys most is lending her creativity to researching, designing, and delivering professional development. Don't be fooled! Nakia doesn't expend her creativity to business only; she is also an artist and an extraordinary songbird.
Nakia's Superpower: Telekinesis: The power to shift structures
Kecia Dunn, MEd, MSA, NBPTS
A former K-12 principal with adminstrative experiece at all levels, Kecia is known for her turnaround talent and instructional leadership. With an intense passion for creating highly engaging learning environments that yield results, Kecia has a proven track record of raising student achievement and sustaining it over time. Her passion for school transformation has led to increased teacher capacity and academic growth. Kecia knows public schooling, and her varied educational experiences, including tenures at the district, elementary, middle, and high school levels, make her our most comprehensive change agent!
Kecia's Superpower: The Navigator: The power to chart the course