• Power and Privilege workshop provides hands-on learning about presumed privileges, stereotypes and how to use both to better reach your students.    
  • Relational Discipline model based on my years of success as a division head in significantly reducing the number of repeat disciplinary actions by working with faculty to stop problems before they begin, empowering students and educating parents.  
  • Believing kids need to be seen and heard at all times, I provide professional development for faculty, educational workshops for parents and forums for students to deepen their understanding of cultural competency. 
My roots are in advisory/life skills program enrichment and development.  Faculty are trained in the Empower model, taught important advisory skills and receive hands on support during the writing process. Professional development, student workshops and parent workshops are all provided as integral components to the program's success.    Schools using this advisory model include Bullis, Sidwell Friends, Green Acres and Green Street Friends.
Look here for 50 easy advisory activities.
LEΔD Program provides student leadership, empowerment, activisim and planning skills. 
Life Skills






Empowered partnership is a model of education for both parents and schools.  This model is rooted in teaching the youngest of children to identify their feelings, articulate those feelings and to act as a self-advocate.  Three schools now use all or parts of this model (mostly focused on areas of the program designed to teach self-advocacy skills, convey a sense of community, develop leadership skills, focus on diversity among other life skills taught)- Click Here for more.  One component of the Empowerment Model is Relational Discipline the idea that disciplinary interactions can be seen and utilized as learning opportunities in such a manner that they are not repeated. 
I am able to best present you with options by hearing your school's needs >>
Check out my blog and look here for publications on raising Middle Schoolers (co-authored with my son), a perceived privileges self-assessment and articles.