Alisa H. Braddy is an international educational consultant and keynote speaker for pre-school through high school institutions and organizations.
Alisa has conducted workshops in many school districts on brain research, teaching and reaching through Common Core State Standards, instructional skills, boys and learning, classroom management, effective literacy instruction, differentiated instruction, 21st century learning skills, and numerous others at the elementary, secondary, and university levels.
She has made presentations at national conventions and educational organizations and has served as a consultant to regional and local school districts across the U.S. and Canada. A former primary and elementary teacher, Alisa was a literacy specialist and instructional coach in Horry County, South Carolina before she left to dedicate her full-time attention to educational consulting.
Alisa lives in Florence, South Carolina with her husband and ten year old son.
Denise White has been in education for over twenty years and has taught on both the elementary and secondary levels.
She has designed and implemented curriculum for a middle school integrated Language Arts/Social Studies class and developed a remedial reading program for middle school students who did not pass the state reading test.
For five years, Denise served as an instructional coach for Tulsa Public Schools, helping teachers use data to drive their instruction and training them in strategies to differentiate instruction and increase learner engagement.
Since 2001, Denise has worked as an educational consultant, designing and delivering trainings for teachers all over the United States and in Canada.
Denise holds a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education and a Master of Science in Educational Technology.
Denise lives in Tulsa, Oklahoma with her husband and nine-year-old twin boys.