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Selected Professional Development
Making Math Real
Overview, K-12 (June 2021)
Fundamental Organizing & Productivity Principles (June 2021)
The Association of Educational Therapists
Professional Mentorship under the supervision of Dr. Daniel Franklin (2021)
AB 1172 Positive Behavior Training by Laura Mooiman
Positive Behavior Training course meets AB 1172 requirements for health professionals and special education teachers working with students in California
Google Certified Educator | Level 1
I have demonstrated the fundamental skills necessary to use Google’s tools in the classroom; this Level 1 certification validates standard technology implementation abilities.
Kinyatta R, (she/her/hers)
Lead EF Specialist
Executive Function Specialist (she/her/hers)
Bachelors in Sociology
Hello inspiring humans, I am Kinyatta. I have three very active children, ages 13, 11 and 7. I attended Seattle Pacific University, where I received both an academic and athletic scholarship, in Track and Field. I continued my education and running career at the University of Washington where I earned my BA in Sociology.
During my career, I discovered that I have a love and passion for helping youth become more independent, organized and problem-solving thinkers. As an EF Specialist my goal is to engage my students both personally and academically, in a non-judgmental setting. One of my strengths is meeting students where they are. I want them to know that I am here to motivate them to learn the tools necessary to see success within themselves, because with success comes confidence. When a student begins to gain confidence they are more willing to implement new strategies and techniques to launch them forward in school and in life.
As a former collegiate student-athlete, I find joy in working with students who are struggling to find the balance of extra-curricular activities, sports and school. Teaching students the tips and tricks to be successful on and off the field.
My ideal client would have a family who is willing to participate in this process, is flexible and open to feedback. I love being able to partner with the family in order to help keep all of us accountable in supporting the student. My goal is to see school no longer be a negative part of your child/parent relationship.
I specialize in working with students who have ADHD, have trouble with regulating emotions, struggle with self-advocacy, time management, task chunking and other EF skills. My current clients are 6th-9th grade, college or transitioning out, as well as parents seeking support.
As a certified S.E.N.G. facilitator, I also offer support groups for parents and caregivers who find themselves struggling with the challenges of raising a neurodiverse and/or 2e student.
One the weekends you can find me on the soccer field, being the stereotypical soccer mom!
I look forward to meeting you and helping your students reach their potential, by encouraging them to believe in themselves!