Minetre is a community organizer and education advocate who has ten years of experience working with children in underserved schools and communities. She was previously a research assistant at American University where she worked under the leadership of Dr. Robert Shand and other researchers to co-author a published article in the Journal of School Psychology to inform school district decisions about behavioral interventions. Prior to that, she served as an education consultant for the Department of Education Office of Finance and Operations, and as the grade level chair and teacher mentor at Bridges Public Charter School, where she taught in inclusion classrooms in grades K-3 during her five-year tenure. She holds a Master’s of Education from American University in Education Policy and Leadership and a Bachelor’s of Science in Psychology from the University of Alabama at Birmingham. As a strong education advocate and believer of mental health awareness, Minetre is passionate about the way we assimilate and prioritize student mental health in relation to their education. She is a Ward 4 resident and an avid volunteer always seeking to make change where she can.

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