KaMyka Glenn

Certified Presenter

KaMyka Glenn is a passionate educator who is committed to helping educators and their leaders to shift their consciousness in order to cultivate a truly child-centered program.

KaMyka has more than 12 years of experience in education, having served as a teacher, Child Care Director, and Transition Specialist in both the public and nonpublic school sectors. She has served a wide-variety of student populations, including students with disabilities, incarcerated students, and students identified as “at-risk.” KaMyka is dedicated to meeting the needs of each student by being strategic in her approach to ensure they receive the appropriate tools to be successful in life. She currently serves as the Transition Coordinator and an Administrator at The Children’s Guild Baltimore Campus where she helps students develop plans for life after school and assists with daily administration of the school.

KaMyka received her master’s degree in secondary special education and transition services, interdisciplinary transition services from the George Washington University, Graduate School of Education and Human Development. In addition to her work at The Children’s Guild, she also serves as an education consultant specializing in transition services and is an instructor for Montgomery College. KaMyka has co-written two educational publications: 2015-16 Planning Ahead: Financial Aid for Students with Disabilities (Sept 2015) and the Pathfinders Curriculum (2015).

KaMyka has traveled nationally for her own coaching and consulting company speaking on various topics surrounding youth and education. In addition to fulfilling her passion by empowering and guiding youth through their life’s experiences, she enjoys impacting the lives of others through life coaching.

WORKSHOPS presented by KaMyka include:

  • Beyond Poverty: Brain-Inspired Ways to Understand and Respond to Poverty
  • Brain Matters: The Essential Guide to Brain-Based Learning
  • Change Your Language, Change Their Lives: What Adults Can Say Differently Today to Transform the Tomorrows of Our Youth
  • Giving a Fish a Bath: The Untold Story of the Adolescent Mind