A Bit About Me
Educator, history buff, and art enthusiast. I relocated to Atlanta in 1992 to complete my Master of Arts degree in History at Clark Atlanta University and Atlanta has since become my 2nd home. My degree focus changed to Reading but my love of history did not diminish. You will often find me reading and most often the reading will be centered around an AfricanAmerican and/or African Caribbean topic. I have been an educator for 29 years impacting students from K-12 to the Masters level and earned my Doctorate in Education in 2004, however my first degree is an Associate Degree in Graphic Arts. Although I have never used my artistic skills, I am an art lover. Finding message filled murals is both inspirational and thought provoking. I am an active member of the greatest sorority Delta Sigma Theta, Inc. and service is in my blood. Come with me as I explore Atlanta and highlight some of the unsung heroes in African American History. As a native New Yorker I feel privileged to now live in Atlanta and be able to learn about the role African Americans has played in the Civil Rights Movement. As an avid walker I’ve been able to explore various neighborhoods and gather some very interesting information. My love of walking was taken to a new level when I found the Girltrek organization in 2015. My daily walks have lead me to explore many interesting communities and learn as much as I can about them. The educator in me finds it enriching to have the opportunity to share art and history with others.
Tour Motto ~3Ls Listen, Learn, and Laugh