Terri Nicole Singleton

Freelance Voiceover Freelancer & Narrator

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Location:Birmingham, Alabama, United States
Profile:https://www.freelanced.com/terrinicolesingleton
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Kudos
4.0
2 Skills
$75
Rate/Hr
Terri-Nicole Singleton

3406 Primm Ln, Apt H
Hoover, AL 35216
C (617) 955-9462
terri.nicole.singleton@gmail.com

SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS
• Engaging, dynamic voice that consistently delivers
• Exceptional in generating and implementing creative ideas
• Talented in writing copy for a wide variety of events, products and services
• Adept in using a variety of software for audio editing, mixing, and sound effects
• Highly organized, a quick study, collaborative and open to new ideas and direction from others
• Unique skill set in voice work, education and leadership offers tremendous latitude in assignments

EDUCATION

Harvard Graduate School of Education – Cambridge, Massachusetts
Master of Education in Technology, Innovation and Education – May 2009

Columbia University, New York City
Bachelor of Arts in Comparative Literature – May 1993

New York University, Madrid Spain
Study Abroad in Literature – Spring 1990

WORK EXPERIENCE

Georgia Radio Reading Service/GPB 6/2014 – Present
On-Air Talent
• Prepare material for weekly radio show, Recreational Magazine
• Consult with program directors on content
• Mix and edit program remotely using home studio

Voice Over Artist, Actress, Dancer 1994 - Present
• Featured on internet, radio, video games, commercials, print, industrial videos, and PSAs both independently and through The Talent Group Agency.
• Voice and Acting Coaches include Susan McCain, Della Cole, Gloria Martin and Daniel Henry
• Continuously expanding craft through training and performance
< Full Performance Resume and Headshot available upon request>

All You Can Teach Consultancy, LLC 8/2014 - Present
Chief Consultant
• Collaborate with school leaders to deliver professional development
• Coordinate school initiatives in the areas of community engagement and service learning
• Provide training for administrators and instructional leads regarding developmental teacher evaluation observation and feedback

Georgia State University, College of Education 1/2014 – 6/2014
University Supervisor for Student Teachers
• Confer with student teacher and mentor teacher, conduct classroom observations
• Assess student work via online portal
• Suggest teaching approaches and materials to encourage opportunities for reflection and experimentation in classroom teaching techniques.


Cambridge Education, LLC 8/2009 – 11/2013
Senior Education Specialist
• Trained and coached over 1,000 administrators in the implementation of new teacher evaluation systems
• Delivered high quality professional development for over 2,000 teachers in GA,FL, VA, MS, NYC and MI. Workshop topics included: Content Literacy, Differentiation, Assessment for Learning, Feedback and Questioning, PLC support, classroom observation with feedback and support (a representative sample of teacher PD can be found in the Research and Scholarship section)
• In collaboration with principals and instructional leaders, developed and delivered tailored professional development workshops and coaching structures to improve teaching and learning
• Delivered Teacher Evaluation training as a Certified Charlotte Danielson Framework facilitator (Florida)

Harvard Achievement Gap Initiative Summer 2009
Research Assistant to Professor Ronald Ferguson
• Conducted research, recruited and interviewed subjects, recruited and trained research team,
collected and analyzed data and reported findings in How I was Parented research project.

Beachwood Middle School, Beachwood City Schools, Ohio 2000 - 2009
4th/6th Grade Classroom Teacher
• Used data to analyze student performance and individualize instruction using differentiation strategies
• Planned and executed student-centered lessons with co-teacher in both inclusion and regular education classes in English/Language Arts, Math and Social Studies
• Implemented Fountas and Pinnell Guided Reading Program to bolster reading performance
• Utilized a wide range of technology in curriculum delivery including, Smart Board, Elmo, Inspiration, iMovie, Podcasts, student-administered class website, Edmodo and more.

Great Lakes Theater Festival, Cleveland, Ohio 1993 - 1997
Actor-Teacher, Grades K -12
Shakespeare and Classical Literature School Residency: a student-centered outreach
• Incorporated acting, teaching and literacy skills to aid students in gaining a critical understanding of classical literature in 275 classrooms across Northeast Ohio
• Performed roles: Juliet/Tybalt; Ophelia/Gertrude; Cassius/Portia/Lady Macbeth
• Supervised Summer Theater Institute staff/students, developed curriculum, directed production

RESEARCH AND SCHOLARSHIP

A list of Papers, Grant Writing Experience and Professional Development Work available upon request

LEADERSHIP AND COMMUNITY

Steering Committee Member, Steel Magic Theatre, Birmingham Alabama
• Provide technical and creative support for up and coming theater
Vice President, Communications and Technology, Harvard Student Government Association
• Served as a liaison with the administration on issues related to technology or communications
• Maintained the Student Council website and disseminated communications via list serve
Co-Chair, Differential Achievement Committee, (DAC), Beachwood Schools, Ohio
• Examined and disseminated research/best practices relative to Achievement Gap
• Planned and facilitated district’s professional development training on race and achievement
• Made presentations and recommendations to the Board of Education
Founder, Development Coordinator, Beachwood Scholars Advisory Network
• Collaborated with field experts, staff, students, and parents to develop program content while maintaining alignment with DAC and district goals
• Supervised staff and parent volunteers in executing program and conducted formative and summative assessments to maintain and increase program quality
• Coordinated the expansion and supervision of the program to schools across district
• Established and collaborated with auxiliary Parent Partners Group to achieve program goals

VOLUNTEER ACTIVITIES

• Provide reading support for adults learning to read for the Birmingham Literacy Council
• Cyclist and member of Black People Run Bike and Swim community-based health advocacy group
• Provide support for Nathifa Dance Company, Birmingham
• District Liaison with Diversity Matters parent group regarding needs of students of color in district
• Developed and facilitated parent-student engagement events such as Entrepreneur Night, Poetry Tea, Parent Information Night, awards ceremonies and Mock College Interview Night
• Facilitated Literature Circles for Parent Book Club in Euclid City Schools as a volunteer for the Institute for Educational Renewal, John Carroll University
• Taught Summer Enrichment activities through 2005 Summer of Dance in Danshui, Taiwan
• Directed annual dramas for middle and elementary school

HONORS AND AWARDS

• Intellectual Contribution/Faculty Tribute Award, June 2009
Nominated by cohort peers and faculty for academic achievement and contribution to the academic life of Harvard University Graduate School of Education. $10,000. (Departmental)
• Beachwood Diversity Matters Distinguished Staff Award, February 2008
Awarded annually to one staff member for exceptional service in promoting and celebrating diversity in the school district.
• Beachwood Scholars Parents Award, June 2007
Recognized by parents for vision and dedication to the Beachwood Scholars Advisory Network Program.
Skills (2) Rating
Voiceovers
Narration