Sajdah Ali-George is an Education Consultant
Sajdah Ali-George holds a MAT degree in Special Education from North Carolina Central University, 2010. A Bachelor of Arts in Communication Disorders/Speech Pathology from North Carolina A&T State University, 2003; and respective teaching licenses in North Carolina, Virginia and Florida.
She has extensive experience, working nationally and internationally, as an educator, researcher, trainer, project manager and director with various nonprofit and collegiate organisations such as coordinator for NCCU Global Diversity Teaching project (2009-2010), project manager for Sister Cities-Durham Chapter Halo Project (2005-2008), Board Members of Cultural Enrichment Services (2017) and MAAME, Inc (2019). Her business background stems from her 20 years experience in the public and private sectors of education. As director of her education consulting business, she managed and facilitated government contracts, developed individual education plans for students, spearheaded multiple resource trainings for statewide educational professionals , launched projects and education based initiatives for colleges and private schools.
I am the currently the head of the Support Services Department fo senior school students at CTL. I enjoy working with students with diverse learning skills and challenges. My goal is to support all students in anyway they need and to provide support to teachers in connecting with their students with special needs to meet their overall academic goal. Sajdah enjoys traveling and spending time with her family.