Dr. Ellen Katzowitz
Dr. Erika Ijames-Wilson
Dr. Ellen Katzowitz and Dr. Erika Ijames-Wilson
Dr. Ellen Katzowitz is a recently retired educator who taught Medical Science, Biotechnology, and Internship in a magnet program. She has dedicated her life to helping her students pursue a career in healthcare. She has been the inspirational force in many of her students achieving their goals of becoming physicians, dentists, nurses, physical therapists, and even hospital administrators. She is eager to share her knowledge with your children.
Dr. Ellen Katzowitz received her Doctor of Education degree from the University of Georgia.
Dr. Erika Ijames-Wilson has over 29 years of experiences in the science classroom and in a leadership role in high school. Dr. Erika Ijames-Wilson served as the magnet program coordinator for the South Cobb Academy of Research and Medical Sciences for six years. In the classroom, she has taught biology, physics, chemistry, zoology, and anatomy, just to name a few. She has taught valedictorians to students with special needs. Her years in leadership have allowed her access to college administrators looking for the ideal candidates for their institutions. She is an expert on college scholarships and the successful transition from high school to college.
Dr. Erika Ijames-Wilson is a proud graduate of Spelman College and she received her Master's and Ph.D. in Science Education at Georgia State University.
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