Educational Support Specialist
Ms. Duncan is a California native, and in her spare time focuses her efforts on humanitarian and philanthropy work. In doing so, she has lived in Europe and traveled to the Dominican Republic. One of her goals is to incorporate culture and humanity, into the field of education.
She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications, and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Ethnic Studies, in 2004 from California State University, Fullerton. In 2010, she attained her Master of Arts in Teaching, from National University. In addition, she holds a clear California Teaching Credential in Adult Education, from the University of San Diego and a certificate in Educational Therapy, which she earned in 2018, from the University California Riverside. She currently works as an Educational Therapist, serving school-aged students with learning disabilities.
Ms. Duncan has been working in the field of Education since 1995. She has worked as an Academic Instructor, Educational Support Specialist, Educational Advisor, Resource Specialist, Counselor, Case Manager, Qualified Mental Retardation Professional and Educational Therapist. In addition to her academic and professional accomplishments, she is a published Author and Public Speaker. Personally, Aisha has 3 younger siblings, who were all born with autism. This has not only given her insight into the lives of those with special needs, but it has been the motivation behind the work she does.