Dr. Feyi Obamehinti has over 20 years of experience in the educational field. Her career spans teaching experiences in elementary, middle school, high school, undergraduate and graduate levels. Her earlier teaching career was in inner city public schools where she excelled in working with underprivileged students. Her passion for student achievement expanded to empowering and equipping educators at all stages of their practice. A regular consultant for state and federal agencies in areas of grant reviews, instructional practices and program evaluations, Dr. Feyi Obamehinti is highly sought after for strategic partnerships at the local, state and national levels. She is the author of The Cooperative Teacher Handbook, Incorporating Science Apps in Grades 6-12, and The Values of Immigrant Students on Citizenship as a Trait of Character Education. She is the co-author of The Minority Homeschooler's Guide and Texas Refugee Student Framework. An epitome of excellence in education, Feyi was nominated for the 2007 Teacher of the Year Award in Irving and DFW Teacher of the Year at Texas Virtual Academy.
A dynamic international trainer and speaker, Feyi utilizes her expertise in providing leadership and promoting best practices in teaching and learning. In 2010, Dr. Feyi Obamehinti was appointed to the Texas Education Agency State Review for English Language Proficiency Standards to review the Teacher Edition for Proclamation 2010.
In 2013, she was appointed to the review panel for the Texas 2013 Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching (PAEMST). Furthermore, Dr. Feyi Obamehinti is a 2011 Barbara Bush Fellowship Award recipient, a research award that promotes literacy among disadvantaged populations.
Feyi obtained a B.S. in Microbiology from University of Texas at Arlington, a M.S. in Education from Peru State College and a doctorate in education from Texas A&M University at College Station.