Shecola Turner is an experienced youth worker and education professional hailing from Fresno, California. She has over twenty-three years of experience working in education, and she has spent over six years helping at-risk teens, including sexual offenders. Her expertise is complimented with her bachelor’s degree in philosophy with a minor in psychology from CSU Fresno. She is also a member of the American Psychological Association.
Shecola has a broad range of experience with diverse populations. During her teen years she lived in Fort Worth, Texas and Layton, Utah. Shecola was blessed to be raised by a village herself, including aunts and uncles and her dear grandmother. She understands first-hand how vital role-models who reinforce good behaviors are to the success of a child.
She enjoys reading British chick-lit books, writing fiction and non-fiction, collecting art, and watching whodunit mysteries in her spare time. Shecola’s next dream is turning her screenplay into a film. The Philosophy of Children: It Takes a Village is her first book. Shecola currently resides in Southern, California.
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