Phone: 910 651-0880

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

AA BS MA BK-License

Ms. Diana A Copelin

I moved from New York to North Carolina  and attended schools.   

NYC- St. John's University- Journalism, Communication,

Queens College- Business

NC- Fayetteville State University- MBA, School of Education, 

 Duke University, Chapel Hill University, Bethel Bible College,- Theology

Asheville Buncombe Community College- Effective Teaching Certification

 Central Carolina Community College- Early Education Certification EDU 116

Campbell University- School of Education- BK License

EDUCATIONAL EXPERIENCES: 

Owner/ Director- Quality Care Learning Center

Owner/ Operator- The Phonetic Hall Learning Center

Editor-in-Chief- Herald Redemption News

Transitional Teacher- Cumberland County Schools

Paraprofessional Teacher- NYC Board of Education

Assistant Teacher- Asheville City Schools, Harnett County Schools

ABE-Instructor- Central Carolina Community College

Development Director- WFSS 91.9

Director- St. Albans Montessori School

Preschool Teacher- NYC Dept. of Parks & Recreation

EC Pre- K- Harnett County Schools

Kindergarten Teacher- Harnett Couinty Schools

Educational scholarships :

Red Cross 

N.Y. Urban League

Bristol Myers

Fashion Ave Designers, Izod, Bill Blass

Apollo Theater

Black Spectrum Theater

Reader’s Digest

NAACP

I chose to learn and teach education because there is a need to educate a diversified body of students. One day during my years in intermediate school, my friend and I skipped class in the auditorium during an award assembly. Fortunately, my name was called to receive one of the highest student recognitions, the “United Federation of Teachers” (UFT).  The award was given to one student in the school, who was recognized by all the JHS teachers and administration, and surprisingly, that was me. It was that award that contributed to me becoming a “Big Sister” for the National Sorority of Phi Delta Kappa and pursuing a career in Education. My professional goal is to teach a diversified Early Childhood educational curriculum.