About

Dr. Deborah Estes, a former high school teacher, middle school principal, and curriculum/public relations director, graduated from Texas A&M University-Commerce with a Doctorate in educational administration. She has also held the position of senior consultant for Region 10 Education Service Center, providing administrative training to principals and central office staff.

Deborah G. EstesDr. Estes offers a variety of training in the areas of leadership and making effective presentations. Her primary interest is in the areas of brain research and how this knowledge can directly impact our lives as educators, and even more significantly, as human beings.

Working with people of all orientations, Dr. Estes is known for her warmth, humor, and ability to involve everyone in the joy of learning.

Deborah G. Estes started her career as a teacher at S & S Consolidated School District, where she taught for nine years. From there, she became a principal and then a director of curriculum. Estes became an adjunct professor and a lead trainer and facilitator at Texas A & M University as well as a board member to the Texas Staff Development Council. Since 1995, Deborah Estes has worked with education entities, law firms, corporations, and medical health care teams throughout the United States as a consultant, facilitator, and conference keynote speaker. Deborah G. Estes specializes in the areas of leadership, teambuilding, presentation skills, personality styles, collaborative skill building, and diversity.

Deborah G. Estes earned her BS, MA and Ed.D from Texas A & M University.

Deborah G. Estes, Ed.D. is known for her warmth, humor, and ability to involve everyone in the fun of learning. Since 1995, she has worked with education entities, law firms, corporations and medical health care teams throughout the United States as both a consultant, facilitator, and conference keynote speaker and presenter. She specializes in the areas of leadership and team building skills, brain-based learning, presentation skills, facilitation skills, personality styles, total quality management (TQM), effective schools, collaborative skill building and diversity. Her primary interest is in the area of brain research and how this knowledge can directly impact our lives as educators, and even more significantly, as human beings.

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Deborah G. Estes, Ed.D
P.O. Box 1481
Sherman, Texas 75092

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