Dr. Clemmie Whatley, Founder
Dr. Whatley has more than 26 years of experience in education and training primarily in corporate structures including engineering, business services, purchasing, quality assurance, human resources and organizational design.
Dr. Whatley is an accomplished consultant and educator whose clients include Project GRAD, Georgia's Leadership Institute for School Improvement, Clayton County School System, Cobb County Schools, Mercer University, Oglethorpe University, the Atlanta Public School System, Evans Newton, Inc., and the National Urban Alliance (NUA).
Dr. Whatley graduated magna cum laude with a B.A. in Mathematics from Clark Atlanta University and earned an M.S. in Applied Mathematics from Georgia Institute of Technology, where she was one of the first female minority graduates. She completed her Ph.D. in Educational Studies at Emory University. She also holds an Ed.S. from the State University of West Georgia in the areas of Secondary Mathematics and Educational Leadership. She is certified in secondary mathematics and educational leadership. Her educational and research focus is in mathematics education, organizational design, professional development, technology and research and evaluation. She also is a certified senior professional in human resources and quality facilitator.
Currently, Dr. Whatley consults in the areas of educational leadership and mathematics education and collaborates with the Georgia Leadership Institute for School Improvement in the research and evaluation efforts of the organization. Her research interests include teaching strategies for culturally diverse students, mathematics, technology, professional development and school leadership. She also is a professor of teacher education at Mercer University in Atlanta and a Judge for the Florida Sterling Council.
Dr. Whatley was featured in the February 18, 2005, issue of the Georgia Tech
Technique newspaper. For a PDF copy of the article,
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Ruby J. Littles, Administrative Coordinator
Ms. Littles has more than 30 years experience in administrative support and operations working in various corporate settings ranging from networking to purchasing and quality assurance.
Ms. Littles has been instrumental in the formation and on-going design and development of Educational Dynamix and serves in many capacities to insure the success of the organization. Ms. Littles has a Bachelor's degree in History from Morris College in Sumter, SC.
Shirley P. Robinson, Production Director
Ms. Robinson spent 21 years in the telecommunications industry as an engineer and quality control specialist. Prior to entering the telecommunications field, Ms. Robinson served as a teacher in the Rome City Schools at the middle school level, where she taught mathematics and science.
In 2000, Ms. Robinson co-founded Liz Robinson Ministries, Inc., a non-profit organization whose mission is to aide battered women and children shelters. She and her daughter, co-founder Elizabeth Robinson, established a music and fine arts school in 2004, which provides music, drama and dance lessons for students ages 5 years and up. She served as the executive producer of the CD entitled "A Song for Everyone" in 2002, and she served as executive producer of the "Ms Liz Television Show."
Ms. Robinson received a Bachelor's degree with a major in Chemistry and a minor in Mathematics from Shorter College in Rome, Georgia. She began taking piano lessons at an early age and has continued as a musician specializing in church music for youth, young adult and senior adult choirs in the city of Rome, Georgia and Atlanta, Georgia. Ms. Robinson's responsibilities include the design, development, and delivery of multimedia products that support mathematical learning.
Vesta Zubber, Project Director
Ms. Zubber is a process improvement manager with more than 20 years of corporate experience in measurements administration and process improvement. She served as a business analyst for BellSouth Corporation, developing process improvement methodology and providing professional development and facilitation for this methodology. Ms. Zubber also served as a quality consultant, providing services to organizations to improve business performance using process improvement principles, tools and techniques.
Ms. Zubber has a B.S. in Business Administration (Organizational Management) from Morris Brown College, and a Graduate Certificate in Project Management from the Keller Graduate School of Management of DeVry University. She is certified as a lead examiner of the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award and a consultant on Six Sigma Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve and Control (DMAIC) methodology. Ms. Zubber serves as an internal evaluator, developing and coordinating measures to gauge the effectiveness and efficiency of the Musical Mathematics project.