Mykeva Floyd is in her fourth year of service with Communities In School of Greenville, and is the 6th Grade student support specialist at Tanglewood Middle School. Mykeva is excited to learn about her students and get connected with the Tanglewood community. Mykeva attended Lander University where she received a Bachelor’s degree in Sociology with a minor in Developmental Psychology. She is currently pursuing a Master of Science Degree in Counseling with an emphasis in Childhood Disorders at Grand Canyon University. Prior to working with Communities In Schools, Mykeva had five years of professional experience working with the State of South Carolina, mental health facilities, and in the school system. Mykeva has a passion for youth and strives to equip them with the tools to succeed in life – despite their circumstances. She is excited to be at a brand new
Carmen Medero joined Communities In Schools of Greenville as a student support specialist in 2015, and she’s proud to be in her 6th year with the program. This year, she will be working with the 8th graders at Tanglewood Middle School, and her goal is to help every student stay on track, addressing any issues at the right time, and for each student to be successful. She is passionate about learning from every culture and teaching her non-English-speakers that their language barrier will not dictate or stop them from fulfilling their goals. Carmen holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Elementary Education and has earned 18 graduate credits in Guidance and Counseling from the Universidad del Turabo Puerto Rico. Carmen is fluent in Spanish and she is a native of Puerto Rico. Carmen enjoys spending time with her daughter, cooking, and watching movies. Her motto is “Nobody is going to do it but you; never give up on your dreams, and keep trying your best and beyond”.
not yet pictured – Diamond Bolling – 7th grade