•Fulton County CASA (Court appointed special advocate) volunteer committee member
•TCPI (Teachers of color preparatory institute) Workshop Presenter
•Assessment of Inclusivity & Multiculturalism Steering Committee member
•Hands On Atlanta volunteer
•New Horizon Baptist church volunteer
•International Camp English Volunteer (Ecuador)
Alexis Doyle is a proactive and globally minded, community focused teacher leader and CASA advocate with a background in educational program design, curriculum development/implementation and advance planning. A technologically advanced, task oriented individual who positively impacts others by sharing a vision of enlightening and encouraging local and globally minded youth to have a meaningful impact on the community and world.
Ms. Doyle is an educator with 16 years experience in the field of science and educational programming including four years of IB teaching experience. This active educator was accepted as a MYP workshop leader and site visitor and has successfully led Cat.1, 2, and 3 MYP workshops for IBEN in the area of science. Additionally, she holds the leadership roles of Creativity, Action and Service (CAS) Coordinator and co-curricular activities supervisor at Atlanta International School. Leading a CAS program that promotes authentic, purposeful activities and coordination of staff and parents to implement purposeful student programming is a strength. Overseeing the coordination of guest speakers ranging from United Way, UNICEF and A Friend's house to Anti-Human trafficking panel are a strength. Engaging students in real life opportunities through sessions ranging on topics from entrepreneurship, stress management and self defense to travel photography guide students to be global change makers and advocates for others. Involving students in the judicial process through court visits and involvement in lobby day Ms. Doyle guides students and teachers to make connections between service and local and global issues.
Alexis is a graduate of University of Maryland where she holds a masters degree in life science. Additionally, Ms. Doyle obtained a bachelors of science in Biology at Howard University and completed an ESOL (English as a second language) certificate, through Juniata College, PA and University of Otavalo, Ecuador.