Denise Frank earned her Bachelor’s degree in English from Immaculata University, 2010, with hopes to teach high school English. However, her career took a turn in a much different direction. The last two years she resided in Pennsylvania, Denise worked with autistic adults. In the summer of 2014, she relocated to the Lone Star state and worked as a Conservatorship caseworker for the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services’ Child Protective Services division. In the fall of 2015, Denise finally entered the classroom. Currently she teaches 9th grade Reading at R. L. Paschal high school. Additionally, she earned her Master’s degree in Psychology with emphasis on Applied Behavior Analysis at Capella University in December 2016.
While working with autistic adults, Denise realized her passion and life’s purpose is to help others, especially women, who either have no voice or have lost their way along life’s journey. She believes it is in those moments of being lost that a person finds themself. She was once lost and her story of the journey back is authored in, My Story…A Rollercoaster Ride to Healing, published May 2014.
Denise is the mother of four beautiful children: Dominique, Ezekiel, Joshua & Niles and GG (Gorgeous Grandma) to grandson Galaxy.
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