Dr. Masani's professional profile represents more than 25 years of experience in teaching,
program management and consulting. This professional profile includes Dr. Masani's careers, certifications, college degrees, community service and conference presentations; all are listed in chronological order from present to 1990s.
Founder and CEO: Masani Consulting, LLC
Education Services Consultant: Department of Treasury, Human Capital Office - Learning, Education and Delivery Services
Instructor: Prevention Research Institute, PRIME For Life (in partnership with the State of Georgia)
Teacher: Power My Learning
Program Manager: Parental Involvement Programs, J. E. Brown Middle--Atlanta Public Schools
Graduate Teaching Assistant: Central Michigan University Education Specialist Degree Program
Online Instructor: Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Writing for the Web Training
Instructor: IRS Taxpayer Education Programs
Instructor: IRS National Office of Overseas Assignments
Program Manager: Georgia IRS Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Program
Teaching English to Speakers of Other Lanaguages (TESOL)--Graduate Certificate--School of Applied Linguistics; Georgia State University, Atlanta, Georgia
Intergenerational Studies, University of Pittsburg, School of Social Work
Anger Management Facilitation, Gary Byrd Institute
Alcohol and Drug Prevention Education, Prime for Life
CompTIA CertMaster for Educators, ComTIA
Presentation Skills Train-the-Trainer, Internal Revenue Service
Evaluate Instructor-Trainer-the-Trainer, Internal Revenue Serivce
Facilitation Skills- Train-the-Trainer, Internal Revenue Service
Doctor of Philosophy--Adult Education Leadership; Walden University, Minneapolis, Minnesota
Master of Arts--Education; Central Michigan University, Mt. Pleasant, Michigan
Bachelor of Science--Human Ecology; Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan
Associate of Applied Science--Business; C.S. Mott College, Flint, Michigan
Life Skills Workshop Series -- Salvation Army Kroc Center Family Literacy Program; Atlanta, GA (2015-2017)
Dare to Dream Tour -- St. Elizabeth Parish Schools, B.B. Coke High; Junction, Jamaica--West Indies (2013)
Dare To Dream Tour -- Flint Public Schools, Northwestern High; Flint, MI (2012)
“Transforming and Sustaining Community Through the Voice of African American Women” film and discussion--The African American Panoramic Experience (APEX) Museum, Atlanta, GA (2007)
“Voice and Story as Change Agents” multimedia presentation and discussion for Fulton County Public Schools—A Second Chance High School, Atlanta, GA (2007)
“A Voice for Women in Transition” film and discussion at Children’s Restoration Network, Atlanta, GA (2007)
“Our Voices Speak” film presentation and discussion at Miles College, Upward Bound Program, Birmingham, AL (2006)
“Our Voices Speak” film presentation and discussion for the Atlanta Union Mission—My Sister’s House, Atlanta, GA (2006)
Kwanzaa Program Presenter -- DeKalb County Family Children Services; Atlanta, GA (1995)
Adult Education Research Conference (AERC) (Harrisburg, PA); "Narrative Learning: A Legacy of Voice and Place for Socially Disadvantaged Jamaican Female Basket Weavers" (2014).
Roundstone Conversation on Place and Story (Cambridge, UK); "Intergenerational Narratives for Jamaican Basket Weavers" (2011).
Oral History Association (OHA) Annual Meeting-Poster Presentation (Atlanta, GA); "The Role of Narrative in Cultural Sharing Communities of Women" (2010).
Hawaii International Conference on Education (Honolulu, HI); "Narrative in Intergenerational Transmission of Learning among Women in African American and Jamaican Communities" (2009).
American Association for Adult and Continuing Education (AAACE) Commission on International Adult Education (Norfolk, VA); “Transforming and Sustaining Global Communities through the Voice of Women” (2007).
Annual Social Change Conference--Walden University (Baltimore, MD); “Voice, Place, and Community” film presentation and discussion (2006).