Title: 10th Grade Dean
Company: Collegiate Academies
Location: Baton Rouge, Louisiana, United States
Donovan Propst, 10th Grade Dean at Collegiate Academies, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Educators for dedication, achievements, and leadership in academic administration.
Mr. Propst became involved in his profession by the impact of racial inequalities that many people along with him have faced. He made it his life’s mission to assist in helping all students attain a great education. At the start of his illustrious career, he held the position a bookkeeper for BI-LO, a supermarket company that operates within the Southeastern United States. Soon thereafter, he contributed as a resident assistant at Clemson University, where he received a Bachelor of Science in business administration, operations management and supervision.
An expert in mathematics instructions and coaching, Mr. Propst contributed as a mathematics instructor for Teach for America and as a math interventionist at Saint Helena College & Career Academy. Subsequently, he received a Master of Business Administration in management from Louisiana State University. Furthermore, he joined the Collegiate Academies, where he now excels as a 10th-grade level dean. Mr. Propst attributes his success to God, as he believes his incredible career would not have been possible if it was not for his strong faith. Likewise, he is motivated to pursue his field of work because he is a problem solver who enjoys developing solutions.
What Mr. Propst finds to be most rewarding about his profession are the testimonies. He is proud to contribute to his students’ learning experiences, which is evident in their standardized test scores. Overall, he finds working with students to be incredibly rewarding. For his contributions in the field, Mr. Propst received the Founder Award from Collegiate Academies. In the coming years, he would like to continue within his position with Collegiate Academies, along with moving his efforts and interests into the field of real estate.
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