Simené Walden

A native of North Carolina, Simené Walden grew up in Northampton County, North Carolina where she attended Northampton County Public Schools. During the initial five years after graduating high school, she pursued her education at three different colleges only to find herself back where she started: Fayetteville State University. In 2004, Simené graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English & Literature from Fayetteville State University. Ten years later, she obtained her Masters of Arts degree in Christian Studies with an emphasis on Youth Ministry from Grand Canyon University.

 

Simené , also known as “The Student Teacher”, was given that name by the Holy Ghost on June 7, 2016. She is a teacher by vocation but is always in a place of learning something new that will catapult her to the next level in her destiny. ’ is a teacher, educator, coach, writer, international speaker, and an Amazon Best Selling Author. She believes in being teachable and remains in a posture of learning even from Simenethose one may not think has anything to offer. Simene’ believes that everyone has something to offer. Simené’s primary objective is to empower, educate, and equip others as she teaches them everything she has learned.

 

She actively serves in various ministries in her local church. God’s servant openly shares her love for God on her social media sites as well as in the marketplace. Her ministry started on the streets of Washington, DC. She is the Chief Operating Officer of The Student Teacher, where she is flooding the Educational System with God’s Words of prayer. Simene’ is the author of six self-published books. The Student Teacher LLC helps new and novice Christian authors craft their stories without losing their faith and voice. The Student Teacher also assist and coach new teachers and teachers transitioning into the educational arena to have the heart of a teacher.

 

Contact the author:

thestudentteacher17@gmail.com

Facebook Business Page@ The Student  Teacher

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