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Cohort 1 Journey Overview by Educator Aide, Inc.

Leveraging Teams to Produce Excellence

Collaboration in Action

One Decision, Two Narratives

Dr. Shawnta Barnes

Over the last few years, I have had the opportunity to learn about Educator Aide. More recently, I have partnered with Educator Aide to produce the Write Your Book program through my company, Brave Brothers Books. I have also partnered on education consulting contracts through my company, Blazing Brilliance. Through these partnerships, I have learned valuable tools I can incorporate into both of my companies. I highly suggest partnering with Educator Aide and/or contracting services for your organization.

Gavin Doughty, CEO

As RespondAbility's CEO, I have personally benefited from Educator Aide's Executive Coaching. The team has been able to meet me where I am and push me past my own barriers - especially with regard to building my cultural capacity and the cultural growth of my organization. I couldn't recommend them more highly.

Haneefah Khaaliq, Esq.

It is my pleasure to recommend Justine Gonzalez in the field of teaching, education and learning. I have known Justine for more than a decade during which time we taught together in Indianapolis Public Schools. I was consistently impressed with Justine's overall attitude, approach, and interaction with students and staff. Justine is very bright, quite motivated and resilient. I am confident that whatever she puts her mind to she will devote herself to and accomplish. She has shown the ability to build and maintain new connections no matter where she finds herself. The thing I value most about Justine is her willingness to take risks and to meet new challenges head on in the field of education and beyond. I recommend Justine without reservation. 

Who is Justine Gonzalez?

Justine Gonzalez is an American-Puerto Rican teacher, writer, and storyteller who supports corporations, K12 school districts, and nonprofits through her consulting firm, Educator Aide¬ģ, Inc. Justine has served as a teacher, instructional coach, and K12 school and district-level administrator. In 2021 she became one of the first Latinas to become a certified trainer in the United States for the Process Communication Model¬ģ (PCM), an intercultural communications model initially developed as a therapeutic model of practice and utilized to train teams across NASA, Apple, L'oreal, IKEA, and more.

Born in the Midwest of the United States to her Puerto Rican father and Amish/Mennonite background mother, she knows intimately the skills required to venture into the dissonance of unpacking your cultural origin story to step into your identity, how to navigate cultural dysfunction and miscommunication, and why improving cross-cultural communications has massive ROI for organizations and our individual journeys.

She volunteers as a founding board member for Midwest Center for Social Services and served as a board member for Educate Me Foundation from 2020-2024. She is an author and hosts the Love Learning You‚ĄĘ podcast. Justine is a Ph.D. candidate with a body of research focused on cultural neuroscience, cultural leadership, and cultural psychology. She resides in the Village of Romeoville, just outside Chicago with her long-time partner Thadious [Founder @Vivid Scope Creative Solutions & Last Stop Logistics] and miniature poodle Canela.

Justine currently leads the organization Educator Aide, Inc. She founded the consulting firm in 2017 after an unexpected health scare had her leaving her K12 Superintendent role, amidst years of unaddressed work/life imbalance. She loves to travel, make coffee, and garden.