If you are an educator looking for balance, and you want to know how to seriously up-level your life, then you are ready to be a Bold Educator.
You found your voice. You have clear boundaries that are easy to keep. You feel valued and appreciated. Your passion and purpose are totally aligned. You contribute to an amazing network of kick-ass education professionals. You notice people looking to you for leadership and impact. You really are making the difference you wanted to make. And best of all, you no longer feel the insane tug-of-war between your personal and professional lives.
Together, we will reconnect you to your purpose so you can fall (back) in love with your career and feel empowered to make the impact you want to make, create freedom and fun in your personal life, and lean in to a supportive community of passionate and driven educators.
"The Bold Educator Program has been the best professional investment I’ve made for myself. Tina is very passionate and in tune with the work she does. Her support always brings clarity and perspective. She’s speaking from experience, and always has new insights for income generation, mindset, and speaking into existence. The group conversations and relationships among our cohort have deepened and strengthened since the program’s inception so I feel safe and supported to share my feelings or challenges, and yet I am held accountable for pursuing my goals and dreams."
Tawny de Alva K-2 STEAM Exploratory Teacher and Beginning Teacher Induction Mentor
"Working with Tina, I was able to dig up some negative beliefs about myself that were holding me back, especially around my own self-worthiness. I was hoping to find some clarity, a direction, and a foundation to move forward with my life both personally and professionally. I soon began to notice when they were happening, why they were happening and how to replace them. I am happy to say, here I am enjoying my career in ways that I hadn't in years. I have rediscovered my purpose, creativity and, most importantly, the joy in my work."
Ciria Brewer Student Voice and Empowerment Project Resource Teacher