Françoise Saint-Clair is a seasoned educator and has served on countless hiring committees throughout her illustrious career. She has offered professional development to teachers, college and graduate level students in New York, Georgia and nationally. As a progressive educator and diversity, equity, inclusion and justice facilitator, Françoise is viewed by students, parents, faculty and staff as a visionary and thought leader on topics of adult learning, innovation, pedagogy, diversity, equity and inclusion.
Françoise holds her Master’s Degree in Early Childhood Education from Bank Street College and is a member of the International Reading Association and the National Council of Mathematics. Moving forward, she plans on consulting and networking.
Her coursework, continued research, soft skills and unique experiences would enable her to effectively work in partnership, as well as strategically support stakeholders toward groundbreaking and transformative work. She is known as a hardworking, creative, outgoing and confident professional.
In her spare time, Françoise enjoys traveling, reading, cooking and learning new languages.
International Society of Female Professionals Member Françoise Saint-Clair can be found on the Association Directory, where she is looking forward to networking with you.