Welcome to a dynamic team of innovators, creatives, unique and outside-the-box thinkers. We have the audacity to believe that the process of learning is power.
“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful committed individuals can change the world. In fact, it’s the only thing that ever has.” – Margaret Meade
Antionetta Kelley, Creative Writer and Editor
Antionetta Kelley, M.Ed. is a dynamic educational professional who specializes in “all things writing,” including grant and scholarship writing, curriculum development, and proofreading/editing. A product of public education and public housing, Ms. Kelley removed barriers for herself when she managed to attain full scholarships to attend Smith College (undergrad) and The Harvard Graduate School of Education (grad) through her skillful writing abilities on competitive scholarship applications. Ms. Kelley founded The Write Consulting Group (TWCG) in November 2019 to help organizations and small businesses access grants and contracts to successfully execute their missions. To-date, Ms. Kelley has helped a variety of organizations secure close to $1 million dollars in funding. Ms. Kelley considers writing to be her passion and gift.
Al Sterling II, Project Manager
Al Sterling II has over 15+ years as an experienced professional proficient in project management for telecommunications, e-business, e-commerce, and high-tech environments. He specializes in promoting teamwork and proactively identifying program issues. He also has a strong technical background balanced by excellent interpersonal and leadership skills, Budget Management, Clerical Skills, Computer Proficiency, Conflict Resolution, & Customer Relationship Management. He prides himself on giving more than what is expected of him.
Alicia Gale, Copy Editor, and Storyboard Creator
With over half a decade of experience in culturally responsive, project-based curriculum development and instructional design, Alicia Gale has been honored to work with youth and adults of all ages to transform classrooms and beyond into student-centered, solution-focused safe havens of learning for all.
Cassie Kwon, LMS Expert and Graphic Designer
Cassie Kwon is an educator and designer with a background in student retention, career and leadership development, and education technology. She holds a masters in higher education & student affairs from New York University and a bachelors in anthropology from Linfield College. Cassie’s interest is in exploring the intersection of education and technology- as a way to expand access and support to education and resources.
Duy Pham, Instructional Designer, Motion Graphic Videographer, and Custom Animator
Duy Pham has more than nine years of experience in developing content & e-learning courses. He is good at Articulate (Storyline 2, Storyline 360, Rise), Captivate, Isping, Camtasia, Elucidat, Vyond/Powtoon, Canva, Photoshop, AI, Audio editor (Audacity & Adobe audition), etc. He is also willing to learn and adapt to any new required tools. He holds an MBA degree from CFVG credited by EPAS. He comes from Vietnam and has various experiences in instructional design and training not only for employees but also for students (university and K12).
Junekia Forrester, Curriculum and Assessment Writer
Junekia M. Forrester, M.Ed is a highly qualified educator with over 20 years of experience. She majored in English at Hampton University and uses literature as her source for bridging the gap of inclusivity for all learners. Her certification as a reading specialist enhances her ability to create culturally relevant learning experiences to ensure it is developmentally appropriate for both young and adult learners with varying text complexities.
Her expertise in curriculum writing and blended instruction has afforded her the opportunity to lead high school English Curriculum revisions, for honors, college prep and special needs populations. She has also provided expertise in writing Scope and Sequence for Prince George’s County Public Schools in Maryland and Hackensack Public Schools in New Jersey. Junekia has a passion for writing and uses the transformational power of words to inspire adult and youth learners.
“My mission in life is not merely to survive, but to thrive; and to do so with some passion, some compassion, some humor, and some style.”
– Dr. Maya Angelou
Kat Thoreson, Graphic Designer and Accessiblity Expert
Kat Thoreson, Instructional Designer has been creating elearning, instructional design and multi-media for most of her professional career. She holds a BA in Visual Art and a k-12 teaching certificate from the University of Montana and a Master’s of Science degree in Educational Media and Design (Instructional Design). Kat finds meaning in facilitating adult learning engagement and retention to support professional workforce members. She enjoys collaborating to gain a true understanding of their daily challenges in order to support communication and learning throughout their workflows. She has extensive background as a k-12 and college instructor and as an instructional designer in Higher Education, Electric Utilities and Healthcare. In her off time, you can find her exploring Oregon, illustrating or hanging with her children, partner and many pets.
“Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.” – Leonardo da Vinci
Marissa Jackson, Instructional Designer, LMS Expert, Curriculum and Storyboard Creator
Marissa has a passion for supporting student tenacity and success. She holds an undergraduate degree from Columbia University and a Masters in Social Work from Rutgers University. Marissa has spent the past 18 years working in K-12, colleges and universities as a teacher, social worker, curriculum and professional development coach, and administrator – with a particular focus on the development of culturally-conscious retention and persistence initiatives, and resources and tools to nurture academic habits of mind.
As a classroom community, our capacity to generate excitement is deeply affected by our interest in one another, in hearing one another’s voices, in recognizing one another’s presence. – Bell Hooks, “Teaching to Transgress”
Rich Miller, Instructional Designer
Learning and Development professional with 20 years of experience, Rich got involved in eLearning in 2007 moving into the design and development with the H1N1 Virus in 2009. He has been heavily involved in youth sports in his town, as a volunteer coach for 20 years soccer, baseball and basketball, stressing respect for team, opponents, the officials and the game being played. Now he enjoys reading and listening to music in his downtime.
“Today I shall behave, as if this is the day I will be remembered.” – Dr. Seuss
Roslyn Ali, Business and Curriculum Expert
For 30 years, Roslyn has been collecting and refining a unique combination of skills acquired from her highly varied and successful careers in television programming, corporate finance, child advocacy and public education. Today, she is strategically positioned to offer a wide range of writing services provided through Be3 Solutions, her freelance writing platform. Her fundamental mission is to provide writing that contributes Effectively to her client’s goals, empowers others, and yields an Exceptional end product.
“One good tool is rarely enough in a complex, interconnected, rapidly changing world.”
– David Epstein, “Range”
Tesha Kuti, Administrative Director
Tesha Kuti has over 10 years of administrative work with the City of New York where I provide high-level administrative support for executives to ensure they can efficiently accomplish key tasks and company initiatives. I provide professional customer service and most importantly I have a knack for keeping executives’ communication organized so they can easily access the most important information without having to sort through low-priority items. I specialize in training staff on company policies and best practices.
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