Title: Elementary School Educator
Company: Dade County Public Schools
Location: Hollywood, Florida, United States
Dorel Eaton, MS, Elementary School Educator at Dade County Public Schools, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Educators for dedication, achievements, and leadership in elementary education.
Ms. Eaton started out as an actress and she loved acting more than anything in the world. She went to New York and was selected to be in a soap opera but at the time, she was going through hardships that made her nervous so when it was her turn to speak up, she couldn’t even get her breath. Ms. Eaton thought the closest thing to acting would be teaching. She would have to act for the children even though they would not know she was acting. She loved children so the switch in professions was fine. Ms. Eaton earned a Bachelor of Arts in education from the University of Florida. She then went on to receive a Master of Science from Barry University in 1973 and a Design Degree from the School for Interior Design in 1976. Upon completion of her degrees, Ms. Eaton became a certified guidance counselor and elementary educator in the state of Florida.
Ms. Eaton became an elementary education teacher in the Dade County Public School District and remains in that position to this day. In her spare time, she volunteers at the Center for Reclaiming America. Ms. Eaton is also an artist and has had her works shown in the Curzon Art Gallery of Boca Raton Country Club and Bill Nessen’s Showroom at the Design Center of the Americas. She contributed to the book, “National Coalition Against Pornography.” As a testament to her success, Ms. Eaton was named Outstanding Alumnus by Barry University. She was honored at the Republican Presidential Honor Roll by President Donald Trump and honored at the Passage of Compliments by President Ronald Reagan. She has been inducted into numerous esteemed organizations including but not limited to the American Family Association, the National Coalition for Protection of Children and Families, National Women’s History Museum, and the Truth in Action American Values. She is listed in numerous editions of Who’s Who of American Women, Who’s Who in the World, Who’s Who in the South and Southwest, Who’s Who in American Education, and Who’s Who in America.
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