Tricia Rosas is a single mom of four who works from home to provide her children with a rich homeschool education. When she began homeschooling her children, she recognized the need for and became passionate about creating a community for local homeschooling families. She is the founder of the Fort Worth Homeschoolers Facebook group and President of Fort Worth Homeschool Community Inc., a nonprofit that provides support and encouragement to local families. You do not want to miss the opportunity to meet and get to know Tricia at the Fort Worth Homeschool Community Symposium where she will be speaking on the topic “Can you really do it all?”
A 2002 homeschool graduate, Anna Schubert earned her BA in History from Hillsdale College. After teaching overseas, going to grad school, and working as a high school counselor, she transitioned to the realm of higher education at Tarrant County College Northeast Campus, where she is now Coordinator of Dual Credit.
Matt Sessoms is licensed by the State of Texas as a Professional Counselor and a Marriage and Family Therapist. His goal as a counselor is to assist clients in identifying how to navigate and overcome distress they experience in their personal and interpersonal lives. A tie that binds all humans together is that we exist in relationship; Genesis 2:18 states that it is not good for man to be alone. It is often in relationships, either with ourselves, God, or others, that we experience our greatest joys and pains. If you are living out a lack of intimacy in your life, your marriage, or your family, Matt would like to know how he can help you renew deep, meaningful relationships in your life.
To learn more about Matt Sessoms: https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/therapists/matt-sessoms-fort-worth-tx/289317
Donna Jones is the Director and Owner of the Center for Home Education. She has a MSSW (Master of Science in Social Work), and spent almost 6 years with CPS and another 6 years with MHMR where she served as the Clinical Supervisor of the outpatient mental health program. She began homeschooling in 1997 after the birth of her 3rd child, at the time she had a 5 year old, a 3 year old and a newborn. She continued to homeschool all of her children all the way until graduation. Her last child graduated in 2015, concluding 19 years of home educating her own children.
I am a fellow homeschool mom of 7 and 6 of those have graduated from Dallas Baptist University. My husband David and I have been married 38 years and have homeschooled all the way through. We have 1 at home that is still working hard persevering through high school. I work part-time with DBU as the Director of Homeschool Relations. This position gives me the privilege to be a liaison for them to the homeschool community.
It is an exciting time at BRIT! Presently, Kat’s environmental STEM pedagogy focuses on collaborating with other informal educators to create high-caliber, meaningful, learning experiences for school-aged students and professional developmental opportunities for educators. Additionally, she continues sharing her passion for science literacy in all programming and through social media.
Trenna is a fellow homeschooling mom of two boys, 14 and 8. They mainly use a Thomas Jefferson Education (TJED) philosophy, along with Charlotte Mason, and Classical to round out their families eclectic approach to homeschooling. Trenna is the Scholar School Director and co-founder of Liber Leadership Academy, opening this fall, and previously founded and served as a board member of Arlington Liber Academy. Trenna has a BA and a MA in Clinical Psychology along with advanced degrees in Theology and Church Ministry. she worked as a Professional Youth Minister for 20 years before taking on the full time education of her children. She enjoys travel, sailing, theatre, scrapbooking, reading, and according to her children and husband, hoarding books.