During Black Business month we kicked off our Lady Mogul Talk series on Instagram Live. Learn more about Heather's international initiative to empower young women.
While competing in various beauty pageant, Heather E. realized she had a passion for curating an environment where women come together to celebrate each other and the communities they serve.
She earned her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Clark Atlanta University and dedicated herself to becoming a Foreign Service Officer. She was a two time U.S. State Department intern, at U.S. Embassy France and then the U.S. Mission to the United Nations. Falling into destitution after graduating college, Heather E. realized her diplomatic dreams were going to be put on hold. Heather E. reluctantly became a substitute teacher, but found a new passion for education. She became a paraprofessional and a Teacher's Aide shortly after.
During this time. Heather E. decided to begin a National pageant franchise of another international pageant. She was unable to settle with the restrictions of both assistant teaching and National pageant inequities. Heather E. became a NYC Teaching Fellow earning her Masters in Education; Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages. She expanded her ambitions and launched
Her Excellency International.
As an ENL teacher, she has maintained a productive and interactive learning environment; culminating her diplomatic enthusiasm and passion for education to establish innovative learning experiences for students. Her Excellency International enables her to curate an environment that develops well-rounded leaders and advocate for equity in the global community.
Heather E. is proud to live her passion of diplomacy, pageantry, and education through her very own multifaceted organization.
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