Nadine Luke, experienced educator of twenty-five years, has served in many educational capacities spanning from University lecturer, elementary classroom teacher, V.A.P.A. (Visual and Performing Arts) Coordinator, Beginning Teacher Support Provider, School Administrator, and Educational Consultant. Mrs. Luke holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree from California State University, Northridge and a Masters of Science Degree in Curriculum Development and Administration from McDaniel College.
She has been instrumental in providing instructional support in California and Maryland for a myriad of educational institutions such as California State University, Northridge in the Pan African Studies Department, California State University, Dominguez Hills in the Center for African American Educational Excellence, Long Beach Unified School District, Prince George’s County School Board, and Palmdale School District. Mrs. Luke’s varied experiences have given her a different perspective on what is needed in K-12 classrooms and schools to afford teachers the ability to educate the whole child. Mrs. Luke is sought out by administrators, Charter Schools, teachers, and parents to share her experiences and strategies to create a successful program.