Relationship skills have been put to the test during the pandemic. And technology has transformed how people communicate with each other. We speak with a former teacher and current SEL nonprofit leader Maya Dorsey about improving relationship skills with a combination of new technology and some good old fashioned storytelling.
More about Maya Dorsey
Maya is the Director of Equity and Collaborative Impact at Learn to Earn Dayton. She is the program manager for Equity Fellows, an initiative aimed at addressing systemic racism and unconscious bias in local school districts, and she is also the convenor of the Summer and Afterschool Collaborative. She is also on the leadership team at SEL for Ohio. Previously, Maya was an elementary school dean, assistant middle school principal, reading specialist and classroom teacher. Maya is a graduate of Wright State University, where she received a bachelor’s degree in organizational leadership with a minor in women’s studies. She has a master’s degree from Grand Canyon University in elementary education and a second master’s from Antioch Midwest University in educational leadership. Additionally, Maya completed a reading endorsement program from Wright State University. She holds teaching and principal licensures and a 2020 certification from eCornell in Diversity and Inclusion.
Contact Maya: firstname.lastname@example.org