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Advisory Board

Dr. Bea Davis

Dr. Bea Davis is the President of educational services international. Inc., a training and consulting service based in the United States and Malaysia. Dr. Davis has an and doctorate in educational administration and supervision from the University of New Mexico and over 25 years of experience as a consultant, trainer, author, college administrator and teacher.
Dr. Davis has provided consulting and training services to business, industry, and educational institutions in the United States and in Southeast Asia.
Dr. Davis has served as a community college Dean of instruction in Malaysia and as Director of Staff and Organizational Development in the United States. In addition, she cofounded and directed two educational institutions, a private school in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and one in Albuquerque, New Mexico. She also headed the corporate training division of STEP Training Center in Petaling Jaya, Malaysia.

Dr. Martha Clark-McClure

Dr. Clark-McClure has been an educator and educational administrator since 1963. She attended  the Peabody and Vanderbilt Universities, and Belmont College in Nashville,TN where she received a BA in Education. After teaching for many years, she pursued a Master’s Degree in Educational Administration at Xavier University, in Cincinnati, Ohio. She was the Founder and International Baccalaureate Coodinator at the International Studies Academy in Cincinnati, Ohio, and  Assistant Principal of Advanced Programs in Covington, Kentucky where she also initiated the International Baccalaureate program. She was Assistant Superintendent of Schools (Curriculum, Staff Development) in Kansas City, Kansas. and the Director, Vice President of Interlochen School For the Arts in Interlochen, Michigan. She later returned to Cincinnati, to receive a Doctoral degree in Educational Administration from the University of Cincinnati. During this time she held the position as Director of Secular Studies at the Regional Institute for Torah and Secular Studies (RITSS), a private institution for Orthodox Jewish girls. She founded and established the School for Creative and Performing Arts in Lexington, KY. She later joined the faculty at Midway College, in Midway, KY where she was Director and Coodinator of all area and Intra-state adjunct teacher education.

Dominique Sire

For the last twenty years, Dominique has been conducting personal growth workshops, and lectures for groups of up to 400 people throughout the United States, Europe, and Australia. She was born and raised in France, and has traveled extensively throughout her life. This global awareness has shaped who she is, and deeply influenced what she believes about education. Dominique wants to ensure that her son receives an education that strengthens and develops the mind and the heart, and also fully connects him to the world.

Dickon Sire

For over fifteen years now Dickon has been designing and producing interactive media experiences for a wide variety of clients. This desire to produce beautiful online experiences has led Dickon’s web design work to be acknowledged by the W3 awards, The FWA, IdN and HOW Magazine. The clients he’s produced positive results for include: Paramount Pictures, NBC Universal, Fox Movies, Walt Disney Internet Group, The Weinstein Co., NASA, Nestle and IBM. He’s also the creator and CEO of Vyoopoint, a leading web application for creative professionals.
Beyond the business world he is constantly aspiring to take part in projects that help make a positive difference in other people’s lives.

Rebecca Langston Sheorn

Lang graduated with a BFA in Studio Art from the University of South Carolina, with a focus in Functional Ceramics. She traveled to Norway where she learned the trade and business of operating a professional ceramics factory. Before discovering the exciting world of education, Lang owned and operated her own landscaping and ceramics businesses. Lang’s sense of adventure, love of the out-of-doors, outgoing physical fitness, and wide ranging interests have led her to live and explore many wonders around the country and the world. Her experiences in world travel, intensive back-country backpacking trips, outdoor leadership education, and business, coupled with her hands-on approach to living, have inspired a life-long commitment to learning, growth, and a deep connection to the world around her. Teacher training in Kundalini Yoga brought Lang to Santa Fe where she realized her love of teaching children. She has worked as a classroom assistant in pre-school, and both upper and lower elementary education at several different schools in Santa Fe. An avid motorcyclist, runner, artist, as well as energetic teacher, she is committed to fully engaging in life and the education of children. Lang is currently living in London, England.

Anna Verwaal

Anna is a professional photographer and is actively involved with BINI Birth, International Alliance of Midwives, Midwifery Today Magazine, Association of Pre and Perinatal Psychology professionals, the Center for Natural Birth, Birth Works International, The Birthing Tree Cooperative, Tarlow Chiropractic and Wellness, Powerhouse Personal Assisting, the Wholistic Midwifery School Birth and Family Health Center, Espanola Valley Women’s Health, the Perinatal Advisory Council (PAC/LAC), Mother’s Mandala, and is a member of the Birth As a Human Right Conference.

Dr. Marsha Drennon

Dr. Drennon has served as President of State Fair Community College (SFCC) since July 1, 2003. Prior to her service at SFCC, Dr. Drennon served in administrative positions at Santa Fe Community College (Santa Fe, NM) and San Juan College (Farmington, NM).During her presidential tenure at SFCC, student enrollment has doubled. The College was twice recognized in the top 50 fastest growing colleges (enrollments between 2,500 – 5,000) in the country. Over the last 3 years she has raised $10 million in state and federal grants and contracts that are allowing the College to expand programming; provide state-of-the-art classroom equipment, furnishings and technology; and offer ongoing professional development for all SFCC employees. An additional ten million dollars were raised to build an allied health and science center and to renovate classroom buildings on campus. Two new educational centers were established in communities located in the northern/southern parts of the College’s service area. SFCC is one of only 200 community colleges accredited through AQIP (the Higher Learning Commission’s Academic Quality Improvement Project.) Dr. Drennon’s focus on continuous quality improvement has resulted in numerous cost effective innovations, making a positive difference on student learning outcomes, retention and graduation rates. Dr. Drennon was recently awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award by the National Council on Resource Development (an affiliate of the American Association of Community Colleges).