During her career she worked with top school districts in Florida and Georgia providing education leadership. Jewlana has dedicated her life to tracking trends and transforming trajectories of students through educational research and consulting. In her years of service, she has been an elementary and middle school classroom teacher at Title I schools serving second language learners and at risk students, science specialist, Response to Intervention Coach, Title I Coordinator, curriculum writer, academic coach, instructional staff developer, data support specialist, district instructional math specialist and assistant principal. Through each role, Jewlana has advocated for equity in opportunities for all students, especially in STEM education with program developing.

As a curriculum specialist, Jewlana has presented to and partner with over 50,000 administrators, teachers, parents and business & community leaders throughout the United States. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in elementary education with a minor in special education from the University of Central Florida. At the University of Phoenix, she earned a Master’s of Science in Curriculum and Instruction and an Educational Specialist degree in teaching and learning from Nova Southeastern University. Jewlana has employed her experiences to support the underrepresented by fostering a collaboration between communities and schools.