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MORE SELF HELP BOOKS BY DR. DREA

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IN THE PRESS

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Dr. Grannum-Mosley's commitment to cultivating equitable environments where others feel supported and empowered is contagious.

Dr. Andrea Grannum Mosley empowers her audience with comprehensive tools for maximum marketability in an uncertain world. 

Dr Andrea Grannum Mosley's

 passion of cultivating learners to be their best self mandates this a must read. 

Mrs Kescha Bell-Ross Ma.

Supervisor in Higher Education

Nichole K Mayers Esq.

Mrs Cherisse Mayers MEd.

Higher Education

Professor

BIO

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Empowering others to present their best self is who I am.  I was created to cultivate environments of positive change.  I was taught at an early age, ”If you complain you remain.” 

I saw very early through both experiences that there were inequitable experiences and opportunities for persons of color; but what could one person do about it?  I knew to poise complaints to my family would warrant a stern discussion on the many many things I could do.  As an immigrant I was privy first hand to change and faith.

I will first affirm that I would be nothing without my heavenly father who taught me that change would begin with me.  I am indebted to my parents for always supporting and pushing me to be my best. 

The blueprint of my professional learning was built by this family unit and a few others. 

I began volunteering with CUNY/SUNY institutions and eventually self published a coffee table book entitled  The Pink SLIP- HR Secrets for the Displaced Worker.  I volunteered at Career Links and Libraries and even after school programs,  offering free resume assistance and to the unemployed, underemployed and Military.  I learned quickly that it was not enough.

This work captures, in real time, the journey that all encounter when seeking to reinvent and enhance skills.


 

 I began volunteering with CUNY/SUNY institutions and eventually self published a coffee table book entitled  The Pink SLIP- HR Secrets for the Displaced Worker.  I volunteered at Career Links and Libraries and even after school programs,  offering free resume assistance and to the unemployed, underemployed and Military.  I learned quickly that what I was doing, was not enough.

This need to positively interact and understand student needs as they are aligned to curriculum mandated I return to school.  In 2014 I finished my Masters in Higher Education with a focus on Teacher leadership from Penn State.  I relocated to Pennsylvania with my family and worked as a substitute teacher for a few years, before returning to higher education and ultimately beginning my Doctoral degree in Adult Education in 2016.  I concluded this venture in February 2020 and I now feel equipped for the learning ahead.  Education leverages the ability to listen and attempt to understand.  It has warranted me the opportunity to be a guest at the table of opportunity as I  learn from others.

https://www.learningforwardpa.org/dr-andrea-grannum-mosley.html

https://www.lehighvalleychamber.org/africanamericanbusinessleaderscouncilboard.html

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Favorite Quotes

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Dr Michelle Obama

"Don’t waste your seat at the table,” Philadelphia Business Journal reports her saying. “If you are scared to use your voice, then you’ve got to get up and give it to someone who isn’t afraid to use the spot."

An old Chinese proverb says that “the faintest ink is more powerful than the strongest memory.” 

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