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LaNolia Omowanile

Mrs. Omowanile serves as the K-12 Director of Academics for Brooklyn Prospect Schools. Prior to joining Brooklyn Prospect as its founding principal, she taught both middle school and high school science for six years earning a B.S. in Secondary Science Education from Oral Roberts University.   In 2006 she packed her bags and moved to New York City to teach and work on her Masters degree in Education Leadership Studies at Columbia University's Teachers College.  While teaching, her commitment to excellence and care for her students earned her the prestigious title of Ida S. Baker Distinguished Minority Educator of the Year.

A lifelong educator, she served an administrative residency alongside the Principal of the Frederick Douglass Academy. Her extensive work with the International Baccalaureate program and her role as coordinator of student affairs at Williams Middle Magnet School for International Studies in Florida helped to develop the groundwork for use of the IB program at Brooklyn Prospect.

Education: 
Oral Roberts University, B.S.
Columbia University, Teachers College, M.A.
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Title: 
Director of Academics
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