80: Being a Black Grad School Mom and Balancing Family with Elissa Frazier
In this episode, we have a special guest, Elissa Frazier, who shares what’s it like being a Black grad school mom navigating an EdD program as a mother to four children. She reveals how she balances her personal and professional interests unapologetically by doing things like scheduling in protected time with her children, paying attention to the love language of those she cares about, and taking time to herself instead of powering through.
Elissa Frazier is a 5th year EdD candidate, researching Culturally Responsive Tech Integration in urban schools. She is the co-founder of NAVCAP, a professional learning community, grad school coaching center, and resource hub for Black and LatinX grad students. And, she is also the host of The Grad School Soul Collective Podcast. Tune in to learn more!
Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/yvette14/message
Check out other episodes: https://gradschoolfemtoring.com/podcast/