I am currently pursuing a PhD in educational leadership at Andrews University, investigating steps school leaders can take to turn gossip into work talk that fosters a culture for solution in early childhood education programs. This topic of study is important because of the spiritual consequences gossip has on those who engage in it and are victims of it. I am especially interested in creating productive and long-term solutions to the problem of Gossip in schools, church, and families using biblical principles.
You can learn more about me and my upbringing in this book
M.S. Education/Special Education Early Childhood (Birth-Grade 2), Touro College
B.A. Multidisciplinary Studies (Music & Theatre), Stony Brook University
Gossip in schools, churches, and families
Qualitative Research /Phenomenological Approach
“Gossip stings the soul!” Ms. Allen, the teacher in the preschool classroom couldn’t keep her red rag from wagging against and stinging her students. I was the therapist who refused to join in on her wagging and stinging spree. Ultimately, I became her next red rag victim. From this book you will learn how to:
- Discourage gossip in the workplace
- Avoid gossip in the workplace
- Set the standard for your own behavior in the workplace
In “The Wagging Red Rag: How Gossip Stings the Soul,” I share my struggles as a red rag victim and how I overcame the stings of gossip through faith in my Lord, Jesus Christ. You can, too.
The 2017 Office of Research and Creative Scholarship Grant, Andrews University
2nd-year PhD student