WHO WE ARE
Timothy A. Clark
Timothy Clark is a Social Emotional Learning (SEL) certified educator with a Master’s degree in education - specializing in students with disabilities. He has a minor in Spanish, a BA in music, and additional certifications in school building leadership and school district leadership. Timothy has been teaching for more than 20 years, including 14 years as a special education teacher in Brooklyn, New York.
In addition to implementing research-based social-emotional practices in his math and social studies classrooms, he has created music programs, coached basketball and football teams, led student governments, built a summer leadership program, and created and led a series of professional developments for school administrators and teachers.
Regardless of the subject being taught or the program being implemented, Timothy has always made it a priority to guide his students towards being well-rounded individuals who will develop into positive, knowledgeable, and versatile adults.
Bryan C. Wiley
Bryan Wiley has over 15 years of experience as a neurobehavioral social and emotional learning specialist in both the K-8 classroom and in-home settings. In addition to his training in child development and students with special needs, Bryan was formally trained in the RULER approach at the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence.
Working directly with families, occupational therapists, pediatricians, and school teachers, Bryan understands the value of experts in diverse fields working as one to help children reach their full potential.
He also believes in leveraging his many talents to inspire his students. Bryan is a documentary filmmaker who has 15 years of experience as a photojournalist. He has taught documentary photography at the graduate level, he has coached middle school basketball, and he is an 11-time championship athlete.
DIRECTOR OF OUTREACH & ENGAGEMENT
Daniel Michael has over 20 years of experience equipping people with disabilities with tools they need to change their lives in a positive way. He is passionate about making connections and building partnerships in the community. His recent experience includes: Supervisor Community Resource Development at Golden Gate Regional Center, Paraeducator at San Francisco Unified School District and Adjunct Professor at Merritt Community College teaching high schoolers in the Bioscience Department.
He has created new nonprofits by building partnerships, including BioLink Depot, where he helped under-resourced science teachers tap into a pipeline of biotech industry equipment donations, and Hire-Ability, where he helped people with psychiatric disabilities access a pipeline of jobs with SF Bay Area employers.