Deborah Hunter-Harvill Has Successful College Level Teaching Experience

Deborah Hunter-Harvill is a service-oriented educator who advocates excellence for teachers, support staff, students and parents. She has an experience of over thirty years in the field of education. She has served as an educator in many schools and colleges. She served as an Adjunct Professor in Marygrove College located at Detroit, MI for two years, i.e. from 1997 to 1999. There, she advised the students regarding appropriate course work, taught undergraduate courses, taught graduate supervision and administration courses, and recruited high school students and mentees to register at Marygrove College. She served as mentor to some students, and her students excelled in their studies and careers.

Deborah Hunter-Harvill provided MAT (Masters in the Art of Teaching) courses and leadership courses. Many of her students became leadership coaches at schools, and many became junior level administrators. Some of her students are also principals at schools and other educational institutions. Dr. Harvill encouraged high school students to take Early College Classes at U of M Flint while serving as a Superintendent. She also encouraged high school students to take classes at Delta College and Saginaw Valley State University to enhance college and career readiness. She was really happy when two Saginaw students entered Eastern Michigan and Delta College this fall. She has had a successful teaching career.

Deborah Hunter-Harvill is currently handling Hunter-Harvill Educational Associates Inc, an educational consulting company located at Detroit, MI. She is serving as the President & Chief Educational Consultant of the company. She provides services for transformation of the lowest 5% schools within districts, public, private or charter. She serves as an Academic Advisor for districts, institutions and charters. She provides data analysis and team-building expertise. She assists in guiding School of Choice Transitions. She is a national, state and local presenter on educational issues, including best practices. Visit for more information.

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