About Sandi Redenbach
SANDI REDENBACH, M.Ed., is an educator and national consultant with a rich background in brain research, emotional intelligence, self-esteem, alternative education, discipline, and programs for at-risk students.
She is native of Boston, Massachusetts, who now resides in Davis, California. Her career spans more than 35 years of classroom teaching. In addition to high school drama, speech, social studies, language arts and English, she has taught classes in self-esteem, parenting, rhetoric and communications at several colleges, adult education centers, and the University of California at Davis.
She founded and coordinated The Independent Learning Center, a drop-out recovery, independent study high school in California and also served as Director of Curriculum and Instruction, K-12.
Sandi has authored many articles on discipline, responsibility, emotional intelligence and leadership, as well as the following well received books:
- Self-Esteem: The Necessary Ingredient for Success
- Innovative Discipline: Managing Your Own Flight Plans
- The Road Map to Consulting: An Educator's Guide
- Autobiography of a Drop-out: Dear Diary
- Companion Lesson Plans grades 4-12
As President of her own consulting and publishing firm, Esteem Seminar Programs and ESP "Wise" Publications, she has presented countless workshops throughout the United States, Canada, and Europe. Her workshops, designed to empower individuals and promote self-esteem for lifelong success in personal and professional interactions, are for teachers, administrators, students, parents, business professionals and all others interested in personal and professional development. They cover a wide variety of topics, all focused on the growth and development of the "whole human being".
ESP "Wise" Publications, publishes, markets, and provides materials which serve to augment teaching, learning and living for success. The company also assists educators with publishing their own work. As a life coach, Sandi has encouraged many people to overcome obstacles and create passion and purpose while fulfilling their dreams.
Ms. Redenbach has received a number of awards for her work in Human Rights, including the California Teachers Association, 1989 Martin Luther King Scholarship Award, a grant from the National Foundation for the Improvement of Education, has twice been named OUTSTANDING EDUCATOR and is listed in "Who's Who Worldwide" and "Who's Who in American Education".
Her diverse and difficult childhood experiences give her a unique perspective and contribute to her work as a dynamic, passionate, and inspiring speaker.
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