Fatinah Judeh

  • University of California, Berkeley
  • University of California, Los Angeles
  • Master of Arts in Education
  • University of California, Santa Barbara
  • Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy
Fatinah is an experienced educator who has served in many roles in education: teacher, curriculum specialist, assistant principal, and county program coordinator. She has spent many years as an educational facilitator building enormous capacity in students, parents, teachers, administrators, staff, and community members to establish shared responsibilities in achieving student success. Fatinah’s education and experience has prepared her to seek comprehensive systems-focused solutions that produce high-quality, robust learning accessible to all students. In the classroom, she found a true home teaching students in grades 6-12. Fatinah received rigorous training and effective preparation in the skills and knowledge necessary to create high-caliber, dynamic, inclusive, equitable, and culturally-responsive schools. As an educator, Fatinah strives to create cohesive learning experiences for students in all grade levels across the curriculum by using 21st century skills (the Four C’s): critical thinking, creativity, communication, and collaboration. Finally, as a teacher of English Language Arts, Fatinah focuses on creating meaningful and supportive learning experiences that give students agency, voice and ownership of their own learning.  Fatinah loves hiking, traveling, cooking plant-based foods, meeting new people and hearing their stories.