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"Live every moment, Laugh every day, Love beyond words."

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My name is Galissia Graves and I am a licensed school counselor in the state of North Carolina. I have served in the public school system for seven years. I also hold an NCC, National Certified Counselor. I am also a member of the North Carolina School Counseling Association. I am originally from Greensboro, NC but received my Bachelors of Arts in Sociology in May 2010 and Masters of Education in School Counseling in May 2013 both from The University of North Carolina at Pembroke. I am currently enrolled in a Ph.D. program for education with a concentration in General Education, EDD. 


I am an advocate for all and here to make sure that students are successful in any path. I also support parents and staff ensuring that children's needs are being met holistically. Education is my passion and I enjoy working with and supporting children of any age. I developed a strong sense of devotion to the community and the desire to improve the quality of life for youth through academic achievement, social-emotional learning, and personal growth. I believe that everyone has the ability to do great things. 


Tiffany R King, Ph.D. is a knowledgeable and experienced manager/director of research (social science), trained in research methodology and human development with over 15 years of success in quantitative and qualitative study design, implementation, data collection, and analysis. Dr. King gained notable experience partnering on various projects with government agencies: National Institutes of Health, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Federal Bureau of Labor Statistics, Department of Defense, and US Census Bureau etc. while at NORC at the University of Chicago and RTI International.
Dr. King has worked in higher education for over 14 years in various faculty positions. As a champion for diversity, equity, and inclusion she served as the coordinator of multicultural development for faculty and adviser to student led ethnic organizations challenging both individual ideologies and institutional culture in her previous role of Assistant Professor of Psychology at Trinity Christian College.
Dr. King continues her work in research and higher education at Arizona State University in the Child and Infant Lab where she works on projects related to early childhood education, achievement, early literacy and overall positive developmental outcomes. 

I am Hireshemo Clark. Over the course of roughly 2 decades, my educational philosophy evolved to include a unique combination of laboratory, as well as applied work experiences. For the past 20 years, I worked directly with others as members of very close-knit teaching and learning communities. As I reflect upon these years of experience, it has become apparent that my attitudes were greatly influenced by many individuals and, who helped to kindle my desire to keep learning and growing, while also encouraging others to do the same. It seems, my implied motto has been to lift others as I climbed.” 

I am employed by Chicago Public Schools as the Executive Director of Operations & Instruction for the Office of Diverse Learner Supports & Services (ODLSS). I also serve as Adjunct Professors for both Trinity Christian College and North Park University, where I teach Neuroscience and Developmental Psychology, respectively.  

I currently possess the state of Arizona, Department of Public Safety’s, Level One Fingerprint Clearance Card, Standard School Psychologist, PreK – 12, Standard Professional Supervisor, PreK – 12, and Standard Professional Principal, PreK – 12.  My Illinois State Board of Education Credentials include a Professional Educator’s License w/ endorsements in School Psychology and General Administration. I also possess a Director of Special Education (DOS 180) endorsement.

I am very excited to explore the possibility of being able to making a valid contribution to youth, especially around psychological services, strategic planning and continuous improvement.  

Hireshemo B. Clark, Ph.D.

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