Fernando Mesa â€“ educational trainer, motivational speaker, and accomplished educator.
Fernando's experiences range from K-12 education and administration as a classroom
teacher, elementary and secondary administrator, and district level administrator,
to serving as and adjunct lecturer with the University of Houston â€“ Victoria and
as full-time faculty with the Emma Eccles Jones College of Education for Utah State
He is currently a consultant and National Trainer for the Time to Teach Program at
the Center for Teacher Effectiveness.
Trainer and Speaker
As an educational consultant, Fernando specializes in school reform. He trains educators
on classroom management and motivation, differentiated instruction, working with
and understanding the at-risk learner, and the systemic leadership dynamic within
exceptional organizations. His organizational reform strategies include the use
of strategic planning.
As a keynote presenter and speaker, Mr. Mesa has addressed various audiences to include
state and local leadership organizations and departments, along with various educational
associations and school districts across the United States.
Education and Recognition
Mr. Mesa has been honored in Covington International Who's Who, Who's Who Among American
Teacher's, Metropolitan Who's Who, and named the 2007 TEPSA Assistant Principal
of the Year. He has also been recognized for his service in various community based
educational projects. Fernando holds a Bachelors degree in Elementary Education
in addition to a double Masters in Education from the University of Houston â€“ Victoria
and is currently completing a Doctor of Education degree in Organizational Leadership
at Grand Canyon University. Fernando has also been recognized for his service in
various community based educational projects.
Mr. Mesa and his family reside in Texas.