Vynesha Johnson, M.A.
Exhibiting an exceptional talent for coaching and training, Vynesha relies on her experience as both a teacher and a principal in underserved urban communities. Vynesha has held nearly every role as an educator, including experience as a mentor, coach, and Supervisor of Behavior Intervention Program in Albuquerque, NM. She also has extensive experience working with students with disabilities and is well-versed in Special Education law, policies, and procedures.
Vynesha is also a trained specialist in behavior intervention and crisis prevention. She has been expertly trained in civil mediation, crisis prevention, and collaborative problem-solving. The educators Vynesha works with are inspired by her passion for teaching excellence and equipped to effect meaningful change in their classrooms. She holds a Master’s Degree in Teaching, and a Master’s Endorsement in School Administration.
Click here to read Vynesha’s post on our blog around the power of having restorative conversations with students.
Vynesha’s article “Teaching Teachers to Change the Discourse” was featured in the November 2016 issue ASCD Express: Disrupting Inequity. In it, she shared her thoughts on growing up as an African-American in Alaska, and how that experience helped her shift mindsets – a skill she uses in her work at CT3.