Deidra Eubanks, Coordinator Mi-ID and Community Skills



Deidra Eubanks, Coordinator Mi-ID and Community Skills

Deidra Eubanks began her career in special education at the age of 18, working with adults and children with special needs in a residential setting for approximately four years. Realizing this area as her passion, she returned to school and earned a Bachelor of Science in Education from The University of Georgia. She began her career in public education teaching a self-contained class for students with Mild Intellectual Disabilities for approximately 9 years, then moved on to teach students with Specific Learning Disabilities for approximately 7 years. Concurrently, she earned a master’s degree focused on Science in Education from Walden University and a specialist’s degree in Education from Brenau University. Additionally, she earned a degree in Leadership from the University of West Georgia.