Meet Donna "Zoë" Davis
A public school educator of nine years, Zoë began her teaching career in the halls of Coleman Middle School in Greenville, MS. As a Biology major, she had no plans on teaching - especially middle school. For her, teaching was a "calling" that she ignored during undergrad. However, after stepping into the classroom - she knew that she had been running from her gift, to challenge and mold young minds into productive citizens in society. After two years however, she took a year from teaching but then decided to use her passion to study her craft, and went on to pursue and obtain a Masters of Arts Degree in Education.
Zoë then continued her career at O'Bannon High School where she taught a variety of subjects with middle to high school students. She was known as a teacher who challenged her students to use their creative ability to learn - often using art, music, and games. She held on to the lesson taught by her Master Mentor, Angela Bridges, that "if the students don't learn the way you teach - then teach the way that they learn."
Though she believed that teaching is her gift, she felt that the public school system stifled the true nature of education and soon grew weary in the system. She also dreamt of homeschooling her own children one day. After nine years of teaching, she decided in 2018 to use her faith to launch into her next phase of life - entrepreneurship and a stay at home mother. In 2019, Zoë began to homeschool her three children. Since then, she has found much success and continues to use her talents with entrepreneurship, writing, and teaching Biblical principles through her books.
She is a huge advocate of homeschooling and is available for a consultation to help other parents get started homeschooling as well.