University of Buffalo (Education)
University of Buffalo (Graduate Coursework)
Mrs. Romano is known in our community as a soft-hearted individual who really cares about helping people move forward in school and in life. Leadership Development is her expertise. She is passionate about what she does and serves those that are committed to excellence. She is complimented frequently on her handwriting and wishes the schools did not give up on teaching the basics of this craft! There is nothing finer than a handwritten card or note...It reflects your personality! People can tell by the handwritten envelope that what's inside is from her! Mrs. Romano's best legacy are her two very successful boys who are now married and out of town. Also, mentoring young people and bringing out a part of them that they haven't met...yet! Leadership Development! Her background is Education and her dream is to have Leadership Development in curriculum! She has a very successful track record of counseling, mentoring, and educating individuals on a path that leads to success in school and in life! A faith-driven life provides her with the individuals she serves.
There is no quick fix to being successful. If you are serious about moving forward and allow me to share my gifts and talents with you, I will help you proceed on life's journey! YOU have been blessed with much talent...it's just been hiding from you! Discover the undiscovered...I am a graduate of the University of Buffalo School of Education and have done graduate work there as well. I value an individualized approach to education because of diverse styles of learning! Once the obstacles that get in the way of learning are identified and solutions are found, academic achievement is an accomplished goal! Mrs. Romano is known in our community as a soft-hearted individual who really cares about helping people move forward in school and in life. Leadership Development is her expertise. She is passionate about what she does and serves those that are committed to excellence. She is complimented frequently on her handwriting and wishes the schools did
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