My name is Janice F. Moore born in Griffin, Georgia, but raised in Atlanta, Georgia. I travel the world for ten years, but I now reside in Decatur, Georgia. I am working to help make life better for our young men, especially our African American teenagers. This is my first book, but I felt I had a message to pass on to help make a difference in our future.
I received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Mathematics from Spelman College (Class of 1983) and a Master of Science degree in Mathematics Education from Nova Southeastern University (Class of 2002). I am pursuing my Doctor degree in Education Technology Management from Northcentral University. Today, I have complete All But Dissertation, which I received my Specialist of Education (2010). I should complete my Doctoral degree by June 2015. I am a leader and I strive to help others.
I have been teaching middle school mathematics for over 14 and half years in Atlanta Georgia. The Georgia Council Teachers of Mathematics (GCTM) award me Excellence of Teaching Middle Grade Mathematics for 2012 at Rock Eagles. I am a member of Simpson Road Baptist Church, Kappa Sigma Pi Honor Society Member, Golden Key International Honour Society, and Georgia Council of Teachers of Mathematics (GCTM). My motto is “I can do all things through Christ Jesus, who strengthen me (Phil. 4:13).”