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Andrea Quisenberry 

To inform, inspire, and ignite others is Andrea Quisenberry’s goal. She is committed to educating students, colleagues, families, and the community through establishing strong connections. She has always had a passion for people, cultures, social injustice, and equity. Andrea earned her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Sociology from Wittenberg University (1994), a Master’s in Education from Antioch McGregor (2010), and a Relationship Life Coach Certification (2023).

As an Educator, she specializes in working with people who need some extra guidance; whether it is due to special needs, lack of direction, lack of resources, or just want to improve themselves personally and/or professionally. Andrea’s wealth of experience has made her an excellent educator. Prior to public education, she worked as a job coach for mental health clients, health educator at the local health department, residential team leader at a mental health treatment and social service agency, and coordinator for an international academic exchange program.

Currently, Andrea is an intervention specialist at Wayne High School in Huber Heights, Ohio. She is an inclusion classroom specialist that serves on the district leadership team, the PBIS team, and is a high school union representative. She created and is the advisor for Wayne’s first ever Student Diversity Council which fosters an understanding of diversity, equity, and inclusion through various initiatives. She volunteers at church, shares her certified therapy dogs with those in need, and loves to play tennis and pickleball. Her most enjoyment comes from spending time with her husband (Richard), their adult children and grandchildren.