Dr. Susan Francis, Ph. D. is a Phi Beta Kappa and Phi Kappa Phi scholar and holds life teaching credentials in Washington and California, a Pupil Personnel Services Credential with School Psychology Specialization, and a Learning Handicapped Specialist Credential. After two decades of teaching in public K-12 schools, she has taught in the graduate schools of Gonzaga University and the University of Idaho. Dr. Francis serves as a consultant for parents, students, school districts, juvenile justice programs, churches, and other organizations. Her focus is finding and facilitating the development of the strengths of those she serves.
I’ve loved to read since I was in grade school. I’ve always felt readers succeeded more in life. Working with children since 1996 in mentoring programs with my local public school system and juvenile probation mentoring programs showed me how powerful reading and imagination can be. I worked with children in the area of reading and writing. Books can make dreams come true.
As a child advocate with CASA I helped children dream. Life may have been tough but they still had a future. Encouraging young people to put their dreams into a book is exciting.
While working at my local Crisis Pregnancy Center part of my job was to help moms find their area of gifting and develop skills to financially support themselves. I encouraged them to write, draw, design or see if they had any desire to work from home and several of them had these skills just not fully developed.
Dreams can come true. DREAM BIG!
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