Dr. Elaine Bryan: 2012-2013 LifeChanger of the Year

ATLANTA – Congratulations to Dr. Elaine Bryan for being nominated as a 2012-2013 LifeChanger of the Year. A poster in recognition of Dr. Bryan was posted on the wall outside of the front office of Chamblee Charter High School. She is guided by her trademark “The what what what approach-What you do with what you have determines what you become™

First she graduated from Northwestern University in Illinois with a BSc in Education, completed her Masters and Specialist Degree in Education Counseling, several of her Specialist Degree credits were transferred to Argosy University in Sandy Springs towards her Doctorate Degree in Education Leadership.

LifeChanger of the Year is an annual program that recognizes and rewards K-12 school district educators and employees who make a positive difference in the lives of students by exemplifying excellence, positive influence and leadership. National Life Group recognized Dr. Elaine Bryan as a LifeChanger of the Year Nominees for the 2012-13 school year.

Dr. Bryan‘s research topic, “The Relationship between Mathematics Self-Efficacy and the Academic Performance of AP Calculus Students” is another example of her genuine interest in education. Since the College Board Members and education decision makers have been focusing on enhancing the availability of Advanced Placement Courses to all high school students, this topic is quite relevant.

Dr. Elaine Bryan is a quintessential leader who has made significant efforts to assist the youths of today both in the school system and the community. She was recently selected as the Georgia School Counselor Association Regional Counselor of the Year. She successfully secured a scholarship in the award name for one of her students who currently attends Emory University in Georgia. This is a small example of the tangible results of her commitment to the field of education and serving the students. She is also a City of Atlanta Phoenix Awardee, a Leadership Sandy Springs Graduate and a financial columnist.

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