Aimee Scribner’s experience in education began as a classroom teacher in 1996, and over the years has included everything from serving as an elected School Board Member for the Eureka Union School District, working as a Senior Education Consultant for the Assembly Education Committee, lobbying on behalf of California school districts, teaching reading to dyslexic students using the Wilson Reading System, and advising and supporting students as they apply to college.
Aimee’s entire career has focused on education and children because she believes education is essential to every person realizing their full potential. She is a life-long learner, which is why after graduating from U.C. Berkeley she went back to school to earn her teaching credential, and then to Stanford University to get her Master’s in Education Policy Analysis and Evaluation.
Aimee has always enjoyed the college application process and loves supporting students as they define and reach their goals. Over the last few years, she has worked with her own children and many of their friends as they navigated high school and throughout their college application process. She believes that each student is unique and that all of our paths look wonderfully different.