Miss Minerva Maria-Melissa Jackson is a fully licensed and highly qualified educator with a Postgraduate Professional License with endorsement in Specific Learning Disabilities K-12. Her passion for children and education has led her to teach within elementary, middle and high schools. With a goal to write literature derived from reality incorporating issues which students face in school and in life led to her authoring her first book, Speak Up, I Can’t Hear You.
Miss Jackson’s desire is to provide leadership to the field of education by building a dynamic organization, mobilizing all stakeholders to create and lead lasting change globally through knowledge management. She continues the education journey to strive for a Doctor in Education Leadership with concentration in Curriculum and Instruction
Miss Jackson is a native of Northern Virginia and currently resides east of Richmond, Virginia. She has a daughter, Briana Wyche who is studying to become a registered nurse. Miss Jackson is a member of Kappa Delta Pi and consistently participates in community service.