Alysse Daniels, M.Ed.
Former Executive Board Member of Communities in Schools (CIS) Atlanta
Alysse Daniels is a lifelong educator, serving 20+ years in the K-12 education space across North America. She is passionate about using her education and experience to positively impact the lives of historically underserved children. Upon completion of her Master’s Degree in Early Childhood Education, she worked 10+ years in a major urban school district in Metro Atlanta, in numerous roles from the classroom to the district office. She was an elementary school teacher, an Instructional Technology Specialist and the Director of Instructional Technology, responsible for the technology integration in 100 schools, 2500+ teachers and 52,000+ students while leading a team of 32 Instructional Technology Specialists. She used technology as a non-discriminatory portal to the world! Alysse had a desire to impact more students, so she joined a global education company to develop and implement the Elementary Education Strategy for North America. She has worked 10+ years for global education technology companies, working with teachers and administrators in schools and school districts across North America. She believes in the power of instructional technology to support improved student outcomes.
Alysse is a former Executive Board Member of Communities in Schools (CIS) Atlanta, the nation’s largest dropout prevention program. She is an active member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. and resides in Atlanta, GA with her three daughters.