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Author Simbi Animashaun

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Simbi Animashaun is currently an Instructional Coach for EdConnective. She taught middle school English Language Arts (ELA) for 12.5 years in Maryland, Ohio, and Georgia. Although she wholeheartedly loves being an educator, she takes pride in reading, writing, and spending quality time with her three children. Her love for children inspires her to open a themed school or daycare one day. She has sponsored many programs for children, such as the step team, the National Junior Beta Club, and an annual girl’s conference that focuses on several topics affecting girls between the ages of 10-14.

Simbi’s highest level of education is a Specialist degree (Ed.S) in Instructional Technology earned from Kennesaw State University (KSU). Before her educational advancement, she graduated with a Bachelor in Science (B.S.) and Master of Education (M.Ed) in Middle Grades Education (Concentration: ELA and Mathematics, Grades 4-9) from Armstrong Atlantic State University (AASU). She is currently pursuing an EdD in Educational Technology at Walden University. Before transferring to AASU, she attended Savannah State University (SSU) for two years and became a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.

In February 2022, Simbi openly shared her stroke survival story and how it impacted her life, including her journey to motherhood. Today, she aspires to be a motivational speaker, focusing on healing and empowerment amid pregnancy and child loss. After releasing her self-published memoir in May 2021, she has been a frequent guest on various publications and podcasts. Simbi's personality effortlessly connects with a broad audience. Click on the images to access the entire stories, interviews, and more. 

For interview requests, don't hesitate to get in touch with [email protected] with the subject line "interview request." 

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