Originally from the public school system, Mrs. Singleton has entered her 17th year at Bonnie Brae Residential Treatment Facility. Realizing quite quickly that the residential setting was going to be totally different from a public school, Mrs. Singleton has sought out ways to expand the experiential learning for Bonnie Brae residents through community service opportunities. Mrs. Singleton earned her teaching certifications (Elementary, English, and Special Education) from Centenary College, her Masters of Science with a Specialization in Teaching and Learning from NOVA Southeastern University, her Masters of Arts in Educational Leadership from Centenary University and her Applied Behavior Analysis Certification from Arcadia University. Ms. Singleton was honored with the 2016 National Safety Educator of the Year Award at the ACTE Conference in Las Vegas, NV and received a letter of commendation from the US Assistant Secretary of Labor, Dr. David Michaels for her work with the Bonnie Brae students. One of Mrs. Singleton’s greatest joys is watching her students accomplish goals and achieve successes that they deemed impossible for themselves.