Mandy Maphosa is a lifelong educator, who has a strong passion for education.
Mandy has spent over a decade teaching students that range from elementary school to graduate courses such as Strategies for College Success as well as various Business courses. Mandy is the author of several children’s books, which are inspired by children from all walks of life and her passion is to provide a balanced representation of diversity in literature. Mandy Maphosa has worked as an educator, counselor as well as a social worker. Mandy's philosophy in life is “there is freedom in literacy”, empowering the next generation one child at a time through her practical, engaging and educational books.
M.Ed (TESOL)- Master of Education, in Teaching English as a Second Language,
M.Ed- Master of Education, in Elementary Education,
MSM- Master of Science in Business Management,
BBA- Bachelor of Science in Business Administration,
AGS- Associate of Science in General Studies,
ABA- Associate of Science in Business Management,
PK-4th Grade Certified,
PK-12th Grade ESL (TESOL) Certified,
College Adjunct Faculty Member,
Glory to God!!!!!!!
Give thanks to family, friends & the community.
3 John 1:2 KJV
“Beloved, I wish above all things that thou mayest prosper and be in health, even as thy soul prospereth.”
I enjoy travelling as well as exploring various cultures. There is nothing more fulfilling than visiting new places, as well as meeting new people. My travel destinations include Zimbabwe, South Africa, U.S, Mexico, U.K, France, Denmark, Iceland, Amsterdam & Switzerland.
It is my goal to inspire and motivate all students, especially students from disadvantaged backgrounds according to societal standards. We are all writers in our special way. All students should have maximum exposure to educators that represent their culture as well as overall image. I aspire to provide reading material to students across various continents.
Fruits of the Spirit
Love, Joy, Peace, Long suffering, Kindness, Goodness, Faithfulness, Gentleness, Self-control
"Many hands make light work."
@ Nelson Mandela House in Soweto