Bachelor of Arts in Communications with a Business Concentration and a Minor in Spanish
In progress - Master of Arts in Creative and Innovative Education, Georgia State University
Tattiana Hardrick is the project coordinator for the Woodrow Wilson Georgia Teaching Fellowship (WWGTF). As project coordinator for the WWGTF, Hardrick handles all of the logistics of the program. Her responsibilities include serving as primary contact to the public for project inquiries, creating and updating project reports, organizing meetings, attending conferences and project budgeting. She joined Georgia State University as a student in August of 2011 and began working as a student assistant for the Department of Middle and Secondary Education (MSE) in the spring of 2012.
Hardrick graduated with a bachelor’s degree in communications with a business concentration and a minor in Spanish, December of 2014. She then joined with professor Christine D. Thomas on the WWGTF program.
The program seeks to attract talented, committed individuals with backgrounds in the STEM fields — science, technology, engineering and mathematics — into teaching in high-need Georgia secondary schools.
Hardrick also has seven years of customer service and clerical experience. She has volunteered with children, including special needs, in elementary and high school settings and is currently enrolled in the Master of Arts in Creative and Innovative Education program. She plans to attend law school after she finishes her M.A. degree.
Outside of work and school, she enjoys spending time with family and friends, watching movies and learning as much as she can! Her interests include exotic animals, developing children’s innovative thinking and the law.