Native Atlantan Rebekka Whitehead graduated Summa Cum Laude from Oglethorpe University with degrees in English Literature, Spanish Linguistics, and Educational Psychology. Rebekka’s career in the educational field spans in and out of the classroom, working within the accreditation, learning support, and curriculum development and implementation spaces.
Rebekka's experience as liasion and teacher in Atlanta area private schools lends a unique insight into K-12 learning environments. Rebekka has experience within state, national, and global accreditation spheres to monitor academic resource support, advisory groups, college counseling, high-quality mentoring, academic and life coaching, and accountability as well as auxiliary services to evaluate progress and overall improvement across corresponding curricular benchmarks. Her experience in learning support and student services within the private sector elevates the teacher-student relationship and mutual collaboration to actualize emotional and academic goals. Rebekka’s experience in curriculum advisement led her to East Africa where she supervised the implementation of upper school integrated curriculum and authored K-12 curricula that is implemented worldwide. Finally, Rebekka’s time in the classroom fostered an inquiry-driven, project-based learning approach while accommodating both gifted learners and students with learning differences. Rebekka’s transition into the educational consulting industry came about from her passion for family advocacy, professional guidance, and belief that every student should be empowered with the tools to thrive. An expert on Atlanta schools, Rebekka yearns to be a conversation partner with families as she develops and executes an insightful and strategic plan for approaching the independent school admission and college placement processes.
Rebekka’s devotion to her alma mater is evident through her commitment as Chairman of Oglethorpe University’s Young Alumni Chapter Board and officer on Oglethorpe’s Planning Committee. A lifelong learner, Rebekka is a member of Project Zero at Harvard University, Philanthropic Educational Organization, Teachers Without Borders, International Reading Association, Partnership of 21st-Century Skills (P21), Georgia Music Educators Association (GMEA), and a Women's Community Bible Study. A member of the Atlanta Track Club, Rebekka is an avid competitive runner and also enjoys traveling and cooking. She has a passionate heart for giving back, and savors time spent tutoring ESL at local Boys and Girls Clubs, serving on the Young Professionals Committee (YPC) for the Parent-Child Home Program (PCHP), or mentoring middle school girls. Rebekka resides in Sandy Springs with her husband Kirk where they are both active members of Buckhead Church.
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