My academic training and experiences include two years of master level emersion in public policy studies and a full year practicum at the sol price school of public policy at the University of Southern California, during which I specialized in immigration policy and nonprofit education. I have enormous experiences on migrant student education and a solid research scholarship from the Los Angeles Unified School Districts (LAUSD’s) where I partnered with a group of scholars to undertake a cost benefit analysis of LAUSDs (bond oversight committees) school construction program. I have equally developed a substantial body of knowledge from the college of education at California state university, San Bernardino over the course of three years during which I studied the art of curriculum and instructional development, pedagogy, team based learning, and educational leadership strategies. Beside scholarship and practicum experiences in the field of policy research and education, I also have substantial practical field experiences as well. I have experiences in teaching ESL students (English Language Learners) in an intervention program at CSUSB College of education. Being able to teach English Language Learners from fifth to sixth graders has given me the platform to serve diverse minority student populations in terms of teaching, mentoring, counseling and coaching. I equally have enormous experiences in educating high school students and vocational school students in English and sociology. As an emerging nonprofit scholar, advocate and founder of student in need foundation my contributions to the field of nonprofit education and research has been the main focus of my life and career experiences. These experiences have taught me how to be an effective researcher and an educator.