Robin H. Daniels, Ed.D., is a highly respected educational consultant with a focus on enhancing classroom instruction and school leadership. With a deep understanding of best practices and a commitment to cultural awareness, Dr. Daniels' work sessions are recognized as valuable investments that can significantly improve student learning and test preparedness when implemented with fidelity. Her career in education is extensive and varied, having served as a high school teacher, director of curriculum, principal, and assistant superintendent for curriculum and instruction.
In addition to her work as a researcher, Dr. Daniels is also a sought-after trainer, known for her depth of knowledge, engaging sense of humor, and ability to connect with both teachers and administrators. Her contributions to the field, particularly in the area of culturally relevant instruction, have made her an influential figure in educational leadership and pedagogical innovation.
Dr. Daniels holds a Doctorate in Educational Leadership from Rowan University, a Master of Science degree in Educational Administration from the University of Scranton, and a Master of Divinity degree in Theology from Harvard University. Her Bachelor of Arts degree was earned at Hamilton College, where she majored in Cultural Anthropology and began her journey in understanding the foundations of human diversity.