Excited to be a Panther!Posted by VALENCIA JACOBS on 1/6/2020
Ms. LaTausha Daniels, Ed.S. NBCT
Ms. Daniels joins the Princeton Alternative Elementary School family after serving as Assistant Principal at Woodlawn High School covering Curriculum & Instruction, Student Organizations, Social Emotional Learning Initiatives, and 11th/12thgrade.
Ms. Daniels earned the prestigious status of National Board Certified Professional Educator in the area of Early Adolescence-Social Studies/History in 2012 while serving Midfield City Schools. She is an alumna of Judson College, Lesley University, and the University of Alabama at Birmingham. She will be Dr. Daniels after successfully defending her Dissertation in Dec 2019/Jan 2020 via her Doctor of Education Degree through Samford University.
With almost 20 years of educational experience, Ms. Daniels has served in multiple national, state, and district leadership capacities. As a classroom teacher, she has taught grades 7-12; She has served as a District Instructional Coach for Tuscaloosa County Schools, and a local school site Curriculum Coach for Jefferson County Schools and Birmingham City Schools. She collaborated with several nonprofits and organizations that address student success, such as the Mattie. C. Stewart Foundation and O2 Ideas for the Inside Out Drop Out Prevention Curriculum and National Education Association Minority Leadership Cadre. She volunteers with civic organizations and nonprofits in the community by way of Hands On Birmingham and House of Electa #895 Order of the Eastern Star.
She has proven success with establishing programs that empower young women. She served as the Curriculum developer and team leader for the Chosen Girls Rock program of the Mt. Zion Church, that serves girls in grades 3-8. She is the Founder and CEO of The Good Girl Project Inc., whose LEAP for Growth Program mentors young ladies ages 13-18.
Ms. Daniels is an advocate for strong families, women empowerment, and helping others become their best selves. She is native of Birmingham, Alabama and a Proud Product of Birmingham City Schools byway of Hemphill Elementary, Jones Valley Middle, and West End High School!