• N'Shan Robinson MA, SCL

    Lead School Counselor

    nshan.robinson@detroitk12.org

    313-416-7400

    last name of K-Z, 10th-12th grade

     

    Academic Accomplishments:

    Undergraduate- Michigan State University

    Graduate- Wayne State University (dual masters)

     

    Why did you become a School Counselor?

    I became a Counselor because after being in the classroom for about 2 years, and doing discipline for about 5, I realized my students needed much more than I could offer them as a teacher in a classroom. 

     

    What is your motivation? Who do you strive for greatness for?

    I do it for the glory of God. As long as he is pleased, I know my students are!! 

     

    A message to students.

    It's not how you start; IT'S HOW YOU FINISH!! PUSH...... 

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Kristina Eubanks MA, LLPC

    School Counselor

    kristina.eubanks@detroitk12.org

    313-416-7400

    last name of A-J, 10th-12th grade

     

     

    Academic Accomplishments:

    Undergraduate:  University of Detroit Mercy
    Masters: Oakland University 

    Why did you become a School Counselor? I became a School Counselor to be an advocate for each student by ensuring that each student has access to the counselor as a valuable resource. By promoting and enhancing social awareness, emotional learning and giving equitable access to academic growth, my goal is to make a significant positive impact in a student's life so that they may be geared towards personal, social, and academic success.

    Who do you do it for? I am a school counselor to advocate for parents and students so that they can be provided with resources for academic, personal and academic success.

    Why did you become a School Counselor? I became a School Counselor to be an advocate for each student by ensuring that each student has access to the counselor as a valuable resource. By promoting and enhancing social awareness, emotional learning and giving equitable access to academic growth, my goal is to make a significant positive impact in a student's life so that they may be geared towards personal, social, and academic success.
    What is your motivation? Who do you strive for greatness for?I am a school counselor to advocate for parents and students so that they can be provided with resources for academic, personal and academic success.

     A message to students. “Instead of letting your hardships and failures discourage or exhaust you, let them inspire you. Let them make you even hungrier to succeed.” Michelle Obama 

     

    Brianna Pannell, BA

    College Transitions Advisor

    brianna.pannell@detroitk12.org

    313-416-7400

    College/Career Readiness

     

    Academic Accomplishments:

    Undergraduate- Grand Valley State University

    Why did you become an College Transition Advisor?I became an advisor because working in higher education, I saw many disparities of families and students surrounding issues with information about financial aid and post-secondary opportunities.

     What is your motivation? Who do you strive for greatness for?My motivation is to build a better community for the students.

     A message to students. Be the best, even if it hurts, even if you are alone, you can and will get through it. 

     

     

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