Nitty (he/him) is a true native of San Francisco whose roots stem from a colorful upbringing and adventurous educational pathway. With a background as a professional cheerleader and co-founder of a dance studio, Nitty brings a unique energy and spirit to the classroom. But it’s not just Nitty’s vibrant personality that makes him an exceptional teacher; he is a graduate of HBCU Jackson State University and holds a Bachelor of Science degree. He is currently pursuing a Master of Social Work at Louisiana State University.
Nitty’s experience leading various grade levels, from Kindergarten to Grade 6 scholars, has given him a deep understanding of the diverse needs and abilities of students. Nitty’s favorite part of teaching is seeing scholars enhance their minds, and he strives to create a fun-filled learning environment where students can analyze, understand, and think critically. With a focus on collaborative learning, Nitty aims to help students develop their reading skills and express their thoughts and feelings about what they read.
Outside of the classroom, Nitty dedicates his spare time to volunteering with the SF PAL 49ers Non-Profit, mentoring young participants in fitness, cheer, and competitive dance. This dedication to helping others extends beyond the classroom and showcases Nitty’s passion for empowering young minds.