Dr. Donna Prudhomme, author of three Ebooks specifically focused on teenage years, raising teenagers, and giving teenagers everything they need to make their way through this important part of their lives, has established Things TEEN to give teenagers the resources they need, the inside information they deserve, all in an effort to make life a lot easier.
With a Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership, Master of Education in Educational Administration, Master of Arts in Counseling, Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice, Associate of Applied Science in Substance Abuse Counseling; certifications in the area of Superintendent, Principal, School Counselor, and Classroom Teacher: Vocational Trades and Industry (Grades 6-12), Dr. Prudhomme is also a high school principal with more than 20 years of experience interacting with teenagers on a day to day basis.
Using her education, passion and knowledge as assets to offer, she also formed the Academy of Youth Entrepreneurs (AYE), a 501(c)3 organization that introduces youth to entrepreneurship. She has received recognition in Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers, Who’s Who Among Executive and Professional Women in Education, Chi Sigma Iota International Honor Society, and the Phi Delta Sigma International Honor Society. Dr. Prudhomme is also a member of the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc and she is a certified Teen Etiquette Trainer.
Providing a unique perspective on the lives and mentality of teenagers thanks to her life story as a mother, and educator, a student, and a criminal justice professional, she’s able to help guide teachers as well as teenagers to avoid many of the most common pitfalls and dangers that sometimes arise during these critical years of development.
Things TEEN has been developed with one focus and one focus only – to help make the lives teenagers at least a little bit easier through fun and engaging resources. At this website, teens can find safe and relevant, but more importantly, information that relates to them and enhances their personality development in a POSITIVE manner opposed to negative.
Hopefully, you’ll find these resources to be useful moving forward!