ZERRIC CLINTON, PH.D.
Zerric Clinton is an artist educator who resides in Metro Atlanta. He has taught art education at the secondary level for over 20 years. Dr. Clinton received both a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree and Master of Arts degree in Educational Leadership from Valdosta State University, and a doctorate degree in Art Education from Florida State University. He is from Hazlehurst, Georgia.
Zerric has presented at state and national art education conferences focusing on topics associated with diversity, visual culture, and popular culture. Zerric’s art classes participated in The Breaking BAD Collaborative Project launched by the Museum of Tolerance New York to foster dialogue among members of widely dissimilar communities. In this project Orthodox day school students in Livingston, New York and public-school students in Cairo, Georgia, swapped perspectives on prejudice and diversity.
Zerric is a lifelong artist educator that enjoys teaching art and creating abstract works of art based on social issues, personal experiences, and inspiration from various forms of music.
MICHELLE EASLEY, ED.S.
Michelle has over twenty years’ experience in public education having served at all levels, kindergarten through grade12, as a teacher and school librarian. Moreover, she served in leadership roles with a major public school system in Atlanta, Georgia and with the Department of Defense Education Activity where she was responsible for coordinating school libraries for all branches of the military, Airforce, Army, Marines, Navy, and Coast Guard, in America, Cuba and Puerto Rico. Additionally, she has experience as an information technology project manager.
Michelle was a speaker for the American Library Association’s Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Speakers Bureau. She served on the American Association of School Librarian’s Presidential Task Force on Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion. Michelle is an author, speaker, consultant, and coach. She attended Florida A&M University where she received both a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration and a M.B.A. She has a Master of Arts and Teaching degree from Emory University and Ed.S. from Georgia State University. She is an alum of 4.0 schools in New Orleans. Additionally, she is a certified project management professional (PMP) and Scrum Master.
J. LOVE LYNNE
J. Love Lynne has dedicated her life to encouraging others. She is committed to empowering women to live their best life, whether single or attached. Although she is not a psychologist she is a single woman, who has experienced the ups and downs of online dating.
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