About the Founder
Taniesha M. Pooser, is in her thirteenth year in public school education and currently serves as an Assistant Principal in Gwinnett County Public Schools (GCPS) in Lawrenceville, Georgia. She has over 16 years in music education as an orchestra director and four years as a county, lead orchestra teacher. She maintained an orchestra program of over 200 middle school students with twelve nationalities represented and 22 different languages spoken. In 2022, Mrs. Pooser received the incredible honor of the GCPS Middle School Teacher of the Year! Mrs. Pooser has also served as the committee chair of the inaugural DEI-A Committee with the American String Teacher's Association and was recently appointed to the ASTA Board of Directors as a member-at-large. In March of 2023, Mrs. Pooser received the American String Teachers Association's Presidential Award for outstanding service which recognized those who demonstrated a strong commitment to ASTA through exemplary service to the organization.
Mrs. Pooser attended the University of South Carolina where she received her B.A. emphasis in Music Education in 2011. She later earned her M.Ed in Divergent Learning at Columbia College in 2013. It was during her time at Columbia College she discovered her passion for teaching diverse learners. In July 2019, Mrs. Pooser completed her Education Specialist degree in Music Education, and in the fall of 2020 she earned her Education Leadership Certification.
ReColorEd is an educational platform that empowers today’s classroom teachers to intentionally engage and relate to all of their students and families. Mrs. Pooser enjoys supplying educators with creative initiatives and resources in order to ensure that all students feel like equal stakeholders in their education. Mrs. Pooser believes in training educators to develop a lifetime appreciation for engaging the ‘whole child’ and ultimately creating an equitable, creative, and joyous classroom environment.