Sylvia Hadnot, Glenda Montgomery & Roshaé Lowe
For me, the work at Sound Discipline is an opportunity to step into my purpose in the world. I have a passion for healthy relationships and I am so inspired by the power of Positive Discipline to make that happen in the world. I am also so encouraged by the warm and authentic community I’ve found at Sound Discipline even in my first week of work.
After 33 years of practicing Positive Discipline, first in my elementary school classroom, then with my own kids and on to working with parents and teachers, I am beyond delighted to be a part of the Sound Discipline Team. Being a part of an effective organization that is dynamically and positively changing the world one student, one teacher, one classroom, one parent and one school at a time is a dream come true for me. My goal is to be helpful in anyway that I can to support the transformation of hearts and minds by offering a philosophy, strategies, tools and ideas that work, allowing our relationships, our communities and ourselves, as individuals, to blossom. I can’t wait to get started!
I have seen the reflections of inequity all my life, even before I drew my first breath. I know it very well. But, I also know that a freer future is not only possible, but inevitable. I know we are not all that we can be. I know that equity will be the means in which we realize our potentials. And, I know that it will be hard work to get ourselves there. I am here to do that hard, but necessary work. However, it can never be done alone. It is, and should always be, done in collective, and that’s what brings me to Sound Discipline. I am humbled to work alongside a community of so many other people that are also committed to a brighter future, and to a world in which we are all loved, valued, and given the space to embrace the uniqueness of our lives.