Deneia Y. Fairweather has a Ph.D in Applied Anthropology from the University of South Florida in Tampa, FL USA with a specialization in Applied Cultural Anthropology. She also holds a M.Ed in Reading Education and is a Certified Professional Educator with the State of Florida.
Dr. Fairweather is currently an adjunct professor at Pasco-Hernando State College, Hillsborough Community College in Florida, USA and Galen University in Belize C.A. She has taught online, face to face and hybrid courses on the post-secondary level since 2018. She also worked as an Instructional Coach, an ESE Specialist and Reading teacher in primary and secondary schools for over 14 years.
Dr. Fairweather’s research interests are situated within the field of educational anthropology. Here, she focuses on the documentation, exploration and description of
educational experiences particularly among male adolescents in the African Diaspora including Haiti, Belize and Florida USA. These experiences serve as a framework for building educational systems based on what it could look like–from a learner’s perspective.
Currently, Dr. Fairweather is the founder and owner of ESE Consulting, LLC, an educational consultant business that emphasizes diversity and inclusive education, culture building in organizations and educational institutions and the development of innovative educational technologies that promote diversity and social emotional learning. ESE Consulting, LLC offers high-level coaching services for educators and an applied anthropological-based curriculum called Anthropology in MotionTM for adolescent youth.
Dr. Fairweather currently resides in Tampa FL, USA.
She may reached via email firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com or Whatsapp: +18134215004