Welcome to the In AWE Podcast where we amplify women by sharing their unique stories and empowering a community through the mission in their message.
Series formats will highlight stories about seeking balance, resilience, faith, overcoming obstacles, and strategies to remove tethers that bind us from rising to our full potential. The podcast is a feature developed by Sarah Johnson, former English teacher and school principal turned author and entrepreneur. Join our community by using the #InAWEtoRISE hashtag.
Knikole Taylor is an international professional development trainer, curriculum developer, speaker and author who has been privileged to travel the world to pour her learning into others. It is her firm belief that anyone can succeed with tailored support. Knikole works to assist educators in being their best for the students and teachers they serve […]
To kick off our Fearlessness series, I am bringing to you an incredibly special person in my life. This woman has literally laughed alongside me in all the seasons from awkward, exuberant high school years to companionship in our twenties, through husbands, and babies, loss, and life shift. She is a seriously bright light in […]
Tiffany Ott is the Director of Curriculum Development with the Teach Better Team, a high school math teacher in Ohio, the founder of #MasteryChat, and an educational technology fanatic. She just can’t get enough of teaching and learning! Whether it’s connecting with a teacher struggling to make mastery learning work, writing about education, designing units, […]
Alana Stanton is a kindergarten teacher at Mulberry Elementary School in Gwinnett County, Georgia. Over the past 15 years she has worked with first grade, second grade, and taught technology special. Alana believes relationships always come first in the classroom and that bringing passion into her lessons instills a love for learning. In this episode, […]
Huda Essa is a TEDx Speaker and the author of the motivational children’s book, Teach Us Your Name, focused on empowering children to take pride in their many identities while showing respect for themselves and others. Another culturally authentic and responsive book that she has written is “Common Threads: Adam’s Day at the Market”. She […]