Tami Johnson As an educator, Mrs. Tami Johnson has been fortunate enough to work with many of the school districts in Riverside County, Los Angeles County, San Diego County as a consultant, trainer, teacher, school counselor and employee. She currently works as the Head School Counselor and Elementary Project Director for Cajon Valley Union School District.
She also serves as an adjunct instructor at Point Loma Nazarene University to teach graduate level courses. Formally, she worked as an Elementary and Middle School Counselor, Academic Advisor for Point Loma Nazarene University.
On a more personal note, Mrs. Johnson has three children and has been married to her husband, Craig Johnson (Associate Professor of Music at Point Loma Nazarene University), for 25 years. She enjoys kayaking, going to the beach, and hiking. When she is not out doors with her family and their two dogs, Holly and Duncan, she is an avid reader of fiction and enjoys going to the theater. She is very excited about joining the inGenius faculty this summer.
Alexander Drozda is a San Diego native and has been working in education since 2010. He graduated from UC Davis with a degree in Sociology-Organizational Studies and is in the final stage of my M.Ed. at Point Loma Nazarene University. Most recently, he has held positions as a visiting teacher within Cajon Valley Union School District and School Counselor within San Diego Unified School District. His educational interests lie in student capacity building, special education, socio-emotional education, restorative practices, ESL development, STEAM, and A-G high school and college preparation. When he is not working with students, he enjoys surfing, backpacking, and traveling.
Brad Glover has worked in the Cajon Valley Union School District in El Cajon, California for 15 years. For the last 8 years he has served as the Lead of the Avocado Elementary School Extended Day Program, which specializes in Fine Arts. He organizes and hosts an annual student art exhibition with the students. For the past 6 years, he has also taught art to classes providing services to elementary and middle school students with emotional and behavioral disabilities, and for a non-public transitional high school providing services to students up to 21 years of age. In February 2018, he was selected as an award recipient by the Community Advisory Committee in recognition of his contributions to students with disabilities.