Dr. Katsia Cadeau
Dr. Katsia Cadeau is an award-winning educator, community leader, author, researcher, and motivational speaker. She is passionate about the topic of educational policy and leadership.
She is currently a Professor and the Director of the Education Department at St. Thomas University in Miami Florida. She is also certified by the Florida Department of Education in Early Childhood, Elementary Education, ESOL, ESE, Reading, and Educational Leadership at all levels.
Katsia has presented her research at numerous National Educational Associations and published numerous peer-review quantitative and qualitative research.
Katsia has been an invited keynote speaker at numerous school events such as graduations, STEM Day, Career Day, Florida Atlantic University, and Youth Empowerment Seminar.
The following are Katsia’s research and books in the field of Education, Leadership, and STEM:
In 2008, Collaborative decision making in developing a behavioral management program in a diverse school setting was published Florida Association of Teacher Educators Journal, 1(8), 21-65. Retrieved from http://www.fate1.org/journals/2008/cadeau.pdf
In 2009, When teachers talk. National Writing Gallery. Retrieved from http://galleryofwriting.org/conferences/galleryofwriting/uploads_converted/KEY_2908 93/Whenteacherstalk.pdf
In 2009, Cadeau, K. M., & De Yarza, C. (2009). What is partnership?. [Video broadcast]. Miami Gardens, FL: St. Thomas University. Retrieved from http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cf_mRjKBR_Y
In 2010, Developing a behavioral management program for an elementary school was published (Doctoral Dissertation). Available from Proquest Dissertation & Theses database. (UMI No. 3421698). Retrieved from http://gradworks.umi.com/34/21/3421698.html
In 2011, Cadeau, K. M. completed Bridging the gap between middle school and university through partnership: A reflection. Journal of Multidisciplinary Research, 3, 22- 28.
In 2015, “Technology Leaders Initiative: Developing Tomorrow’s STEM Achievers” was published in the International Journal of Education and Social Science, 2 (5), which opened grant opportunities in the field of STEM.
In 2019 her research on the topic of “Organizational trustworthiness: perceptions of the students, faculty, and staff within a university” was published in the Research in Higher Education Journal with Cabell Publishing. She recently presented at the Southern Regional Association Educators Conference on her research:
In 2020, A Collaboration among a South Florida University and Local School Districts to Improve Teacher Retention, which was later published in 2020’s issue as a Qualitative Case Study- based on a 53-million-dollar Federal grant awarded in partnership with Broward County Public Schools.
2020- co-author of the book, Women Breath Again, Volume 1, 17 Women Breakthrough Testimonials, MR Enterprises Biz, LLC, ISBN 1733675922, 9781733675925
2121- Leadership Styles: Engaging Leadership Practices Across Disciplines, Kendall Hunt Publishing, Dubuque, IA 978-1-7924-6496-6
Dr. Cadeau has launched a Teachers Certification program, which has helped retain teachers in the classroom. Katsia is the advisor and founder of the Future Teachers of America at St. Thomas University. Serving the community comes naturally.
For over 10 years, she ran a tutoring program at Lively Stone Church of Miami to educate students in the inner-city area and teach English to English as Second Language learners. She also coordinates different programs to give away turkey and food to the less fortunate and the homeless.
Dr. Cadeau has managed and operated the Lively Stone Church of Miami daily operations for over 20 years. She is the Chief Financial Officer. She also plans and directs all aspects of an organization's operational policies, objectives, initiatives. Responsible for the attainment of short and long term financial and operational goals. Directs the development of the organization to ensure future growth. Demonstrates expertise in a variety of the field's concepts, practices, and procedures. Relies on extensive experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals. Leads and directs the work of others. A wide degree of creativity and latitude is expected.
Dr. Cadeau has been running an educational, talent, government, and research consulting organization for over 15 years.
In addition, she works with School Board Member, Vice Chair Dr. Steve Gallon III, as a community engagement specialist in the city of North Miami.
On a personal note, she is the proud mother of a College Student name Moses.
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