Introducing MSI Press Author, Franki Bagdade

The author of I Love My Kids, But I Don't Always Like Them, Franki Bagdade graduated from Michigan State University with a BA in Elementary Education. She received her MA in Special Education from Wayne State University. She is currently enjoying her largest “pandemic purchase” and is half-way through earning her master’s in clinical social work at University of Kentucky.

She has spent more than 20 years specializing in the world of children with extra needs, including non-traditional learning environments, camp settings, and everything in between.

Her traditional mainstream educational experience includes all types of general classroom teaching, running a special needs resource room, consulting for pre-school through high school resource programs, and conducting training sessions for professional development. Most recently, she was the assistant director of Tamarack Camps, one of the largest overnight camps in North America.

Franki is the owner and founder of FAAB Consulting, which offers academic and behavioral guidance for schools and camps and behavioral coaching for families.

Franki lives with her husband, Jeff, and her three notorious children in West Bloomfield, Michigan.

To see more posts about Franki and her book, click HERE.


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