Jan. 13, 2021

#ENOUGH - Tasha Ellis, EdD

Christopher is living it up as a 'tween but he is about to learn that there is a lot more to life.  As he witnesses the impact that social injustice has on his community, his friends, and his family, Christopher is compelled to make a change, and he is bring others along with him.  In this compelling story you learn that you're never too young to take a stand and make a contribution to society,  Join us as we talk with author and educator, Tasha Ellis, EdD as she shares the importance of civic engagement and the value of family in a child's life in her book, #ENOUGH.

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Tasha Ellis, Ed.D


Dr. Tasha Ellis is the acclaimed author of #ENOUGH. She’s been an enthusiastic educator for nearly two decades. Her passion for children, reading, and learning led her to author books. She desires for her stories to highlight the beauty and frailty of humanity and to discourage bullying and other hurtful behaviors. It is her hope to inspire youth to engage in meaningful and progressive dialogue that will encourage them to become change agents.

Dr. Tasha Ellis has been awarded Teacher of the Year in both the Atlanta Public and DeKalb County School systems. She has also worked with an adult literacy program at Atlanta Technical College. She is a proud graduate of Florida A&M University (Tallahassee, Florida) and Fielding Graduate University (Santa Barbara, California). She earned her BS from Florida A&M University majoring in elementary education and minoring in public relations. She earned her doctorate in educational leadership for change from Fielding Graduate University.