Meet the Founder
Andrea Lovelock has spent the last 23 years pursuing her dream as a K-12 and ESOL educator. She believes that a solid educational foundation is vital to equip all students to build infinite wisdom and knowledge. The absence of this experience often leads to a lifetime of untapped potential, with the capacity to adversely influence future academic and professional options. L3 Education consultants share the vision that – with effective guidance – each child is able to achieve academic success as they continue to hone their abilities.
A native of Kingston, Jamaica, Ms. Lovelock has worked with students from diverse cultural and academic backgrounds, and developed innovative elementary classroom techniques focused on students in grades 3-5 (in Reading, Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, and Science). She spent her first twelve (12) years teaching in a Title 1 school in Miami, Florida, where over 95% of the students' primary language was Spanish. As such, she has extensive experience devising tailored approaches to increase the academic and language capacities of ESOL students. For over three (3) years, Ms. Lovelock also specialized as an adjunct professor at Miami Dade College, instructing students in ESOL Reading, Writing, Speech, and Grammar.
An award-winning educator, Ms. Lovelock was honored with a Certificate of Appreciation for the 2016-2017 school year for having the “Highest Student Growth Percentile on the 2015-2016 Georgia Milestones Assessment for the 5th grade.” She was recognized as the Teacher of the Year in 2006, at North Hialeah Elementary School; and, currently serves as an experienced K-12 classroom teacher for the past 11 years with Fulton County Schools. She presently holds a valid Georgia certificate for grades K-8.
Ms. Lovelock received her Masters degree from Nova Southeastern University in English Education and a Bachelors degree in Elementary Education, from Florida International University. She has extensive continuing education and participated in the “Best Foot Forward Project” through Harvard University and BloomBoard from 2013-2015. She is also trained utilizing the Orton-Gillingham program, along with other professional training.