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When adults are at their wits’ end or unsure about how to support the best lives of young
people, Tremeta Norman, M. Ed. can help. She is an educational advocacy consultant for WEAL Consulting, and a Family Involvement Specialist for Metro Nashville Public Schools. As an advocate for students and families for more than 15 years, she can evaluate a situation to shape and guide grown-ups towards effective  solutions.


Mrs. Norman builds trust between herself and clients, and between her clients and their children. She is committed to deepening and sharing her knowledge and expertise, creating individualized plans to help adults inspire self-awareness and academic success in youth. Her work in restorative practices, classroom management, and applied behavior therapist training have brought hope to parents who struggle with their children.

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Mrs. Norman taught elementary school, served as a principal designee and was Co-Founder of NIA House Montessori School. In addition, she has coached and facilitated workshops on wide-ranging topics such as school choice, the impact of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) on how African American children perform in school, and encouraging literacy. Mrs. Norman is an alum of Fisk University, where she achieved a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration Management. She obtained her Master’s Degree in Education at Tennessee State University. She is a native of New York City but made Nashville her home, where she lives with her husband and four children.

Mrs. Norman is an activist, holding leadership roles in her church as an elder, youth service coordinator, and group facilitator; sorority, as past Chapter President and current Youth Auxiliary Advisor; and community groups, as past Chair of the Community Resource Fair Committee for the Davidson County Community Advisor Board. She values joyous bodies as well as relationships, teaching children and adults African history through dancing, influenced by a visit to Ghana and performing with Youth Ensemble of the LaRocque Bey School of Dance.

Mrs. Norman’s career, a wealth of positive outcomes, and motivating spirit have been dedicated to teaching others to advocate for children’s education and bright futures. Book an appointment with Mrs. Norman, of whom a former employer called an “...exceptionally energetic and enthusiastic teacher...[who] projects a magnetism that captures the imagination of children...demonstrated excellent classroom management skill and excellent work ethic."

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