Dr. Solis was born in Belize and immigrated to Bronx, New York in the early 1980’s. She currently holds a Ed.D. in Reading Education from Nova Southeastern University, a Masters in Educational Leadership from American College of Education, and a Masters in English from SUNY. She has been a National Board-Certified Teacher in Palm Beach County for 21 years, and her leadership experiences in the School District of Palm Beach County have included roles as a Reading Coach, Instructional Specialist, Department Chairperson, Program Coordinator, and Program Director.
Dr. Solis also serves as an Adjunct Professor at Palm Beach State College, teaching in the College Readiness Department, and holds the position of President of Palm Beach TESOL, where she fosters professional development and leadership opportunities for English as a Second Language (ESL) professionals. She has been a mentor with Take Stock in Children since 2013, where she coaches, advises, and supports underserved youth, and has served as an Educator Support Program Mentor, where she advised and supported beginning educators to meet the challenges of teaching in a 21st century classroom.
She has traveled extensively throughout the United States and has taught English in Yokohama, Japan, Senegal, West Africa and studied in Adelaide, South Australia. Dr. Solis is passionate about teaching and the positive impact that she has on the lives of students.