10 Years of Teaching
Lately I have been reflecting on the fact that this year marks 10 years of teaching part-time. Not only do I enjoy it, but I feel committed to shaping future leaders. Truly honored to receive this award and grateful for the opportunity to expose students to the field of gerontology.
Little by Little
I have been watching these 2 carpenter ants for a few weeks. They are diligently taking out pieces of wood (and the mushroom) as they continue to work on creating a new home. A reminder that a larger goal can be accomplished by consistently working on it small parts. And to keep working towards that…
Happy Monday! So, I did a thing 😊 Very proud to be one of the 12 contributors to this amazing book – The Black Woman’s Guide to Advancing in Academia. It includes my story of becoming an adjunct professor. It’s available on Amazon and B&N. Feeling motivated to finish up my other book project 🙂 #blackwomenphds #blackgirlmagic #bookcontributor #blackfemalewriters…
New Article Alert!
Excited to share some news about an article I wrote for the November 2019 issue of Creative Forecasting! It highlights the importance and value of resident-led programming. The article also features the amazing work of a community that I am very fond of called Friends House. And, while I have your attention – There is another…
Using Your Gift
Last weekend I had the pleasure of meeting Ms. Barbara (pictured above) while volunteering to stuff bags for the Delta Research and Educational Foundation. Let me start by saying, I knew I would like her from the moment she walked into the room. She chose to sit at the table where I was working and…