Danielle Hardy is a state of Georgia certified teacher with a number of years of classroom experience teaching children in grades pre-k through fifth. Danielle possesses degrees at the bachelors and masters levels in Early Childhood Education with an endorsement in reading from Mercer University. Moreover, Danielle has successfully tutored students in grades pre-k through eighth, who needed extra attention to achieve their appropriate learning level. Danielle beliefs are consistent with the renowned educator George Evans that “Every student can learn, just not on the same day, or the same way”. Her tutoring sessions are designed to meet the needs of individual students based on a pre-tutoring assessment. Probably most important at the individual level, Danielle creates a supportive and comfortable environment for students where they can build confidence in their own capabilities and develop a lifelong passion for learning.
Meet Our Teachers
Warren Taylor recently joined Inspiring Scholars Academy as our Chief Administrative Office. Warren recently concluded a twenty-three (23) year career with Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority where he led and managed multi-million organizations and projects. Besides being a father, Warren has served as a youth motivational speaker, tutor, and youth sports coach for over twenty (20) years.**Warren holds an Associate Business Administration and Bachelor Organizational Leadership degrees.*
Melicent Noelis is the Health and Nutrition Coordinator at Inspiring Scholars. Her office is located at our Winston location. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from the University of Memphis and a TCC in Early Childcare Education from West Georgia Technical College. Ms. Noel joins I.S.A. with over 10 years of management and childcare experience. She enjoys working with children and spending time with her husband of 18 years and 2 teenage children.
I’m Timolyn Dudley a Three Year- Old Lead Teacher at I.S.A Winston. I have 10 years of early childhood experience as a teacher, private nanny, after-school director, and program assistant director. I’m a college graduate of Point University in Human Relations and Social Science with a concentration in Criminal Justice.
I’m Tonya Dabree I.S.A. Douglasville Three-Year- Old Teacher. I’ve been in childcare for more than 25 years. My childcare experience range from newborns to after-school age. I’m very artistic and like to show children how they can express themselves through art, cooking, nature.
My name is Erica Pace and I am excited about caring for your wonderful two year olds as I join the lead teacher team here at Inspiring Scholars! I am a wife of six years to my loving husband Stormy Pace and mother of my terrific two year old daughter- Amelia Pace. My passion for children extends from my mother’s legacy of being an effective child care provider as I have been shadowing her leadership since the age of fourteen.
Through my studies in Early Childhood Education at Georgia Southern University and working for my mother’s family childcare learning home, I have been groomed in the area of childcare for ten plus years and have gained an understanding of the need for nurturing children all while providing a developmentally appropriate learning environment. I am pursuing a Technical Certificate for Early Childcare and Education.
This year the wonderful TWO’s of Inspiring Scholars will focus on an introduction to letters, shapes, numbers, and color recognition. They will also be slowly introduced to a second language, sign language, and working in the areas of fine and gross motor skills and small self-help skills.
My name is Myasia Morris and I am the certified lead one year old teacher. I am originally from Boston. I am 23 years old and have been working in childcare around 5 years. I have always had a love for children so I love what I do. I enjoy reading and watching Disney channel with my son in my spare time.
Ms. Alyssa Vazquez I am the Lead Infant Room Teacher. This is my 4th year teaching. I have taught all ages up to pre-k, but enjoyed working with the babies the most! Growing up I had always known I wanted to be a teacher in early childhood education, was always known for taking care of kids of all ages. Started my own babysitting services at 14, and taking early childhood education classes while attending high school at Alexander High School. Once I graduated, I began working at a learning center for several years and now I’m here enjoying my wonderful babies at Inspiring Scholars!
My name is Ms. Lyrica, I currently hold an Associates in Liberal Arts, with a concentration in Psychology, and working towards my Bachelors of Science in Child Development with a concentration in Preschool. I have over 14 years in the childcare setting, and seven consecutive years in the Preschool setting. I enjoy spending all my free time with them and watching them learn and grow. When I do have free time, I am either doing school work, reading devotionals or DIY crafts., I want to instill a love for learning in each of my students and get them ready to succeed in Kindergarten.
Hi, my name is Donna Walker and I am the lead teacher in the three and four-year-old classroom at Inspiring Scholars in Winston Georgia.
I have five plus years in the childcare field. Children are our future.
I am a current student at West Ga Tech, where I am finishing up my studies in Early Childhood Education. I have a TCD & TCC in Early Childhood Education. Teaching has always been my passion, and I love what I do, after receiving my Associate Degree, I plan to finish up with my Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Education.