Amber Dozier specializes in curriculum design and instructional methods with an emphasis on educational policy. As a learning coach through K12 Virtual Academy, Dozier developed several teaching models that increased student proficiency across all subject areas. She also designed and implemented a preparatory curriculum to raise student performance on state-mandated standardized tests. Dozier’s work has focused on addressing learning gaps by creating alternative learning schematics that accelerate knowledge acquisition.
In addition to classroom instruction, Dozier is an educator and a passionate voice for underserved students. She is well-versed in policy related to virtual education, and has served in critical roles as a liaison between parents and educational institutions. Using her corporate policy experience, Dozier has worked to develop strong interaction between parents and schools by developing and advocating for plain language policies within schools. In addition, she has served as an advisor for curriculum and instruction and an independent K-8 special education liaison, serving students in ResponsiveEd Public Charter Schools.
Dozier is a native of the Greater Chicagoland area, and resides in the Washington, D.C metropolitan area. In her free time she enjoys attending theatre and opera. She is an active member of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), holds a degree from Howard University, and is a 2015 Master’s Candidate in Human Resource Management.