Cassidy is an educator, librarian, freelancer, but most importantly a worker in the kingdom of God. She is a bookworm who loves to travel, dance, create, is a voice actor, gamer, and enjoys spending time with her family and friends.
Developing a fondness for teaching while serving her community through diverse volunteer programs, Cassidy has worked in the field of education in various capacities for 14 years. Previously, she has served on leadership teams and overseen school-wide writing and literacy programs on multiple occasions at several schools’ sites for over five years. Cassidy serves youth and children’s ministry by teaching a class of 2nd graders and leading a small group/Bible study for young ladies. She was also a part of East Baton Rouge Parish School System’s first cohort of technology integration learning leaders for two years.
Her educational background includes: A Master of Science in Library and Information Studies from Florida State University and a Bachelor of Arts degree in English Liberal Arts from Southern University and A&M College. She holds certifications in 6th-12th grade English, language arts, and reading as well as library media. Currently, she is a doctoral student studying curriculum and instruction through the University of Louisiana at Monroe’s distance education program.
She hopes her dedication will continue to meet the growing needs of educators and students.