Mrs. Michelle (Mimi) Goecke Leverett

Phone: 251.943.2221

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Degrees and Certifications:

School Guidance Counseling, MS Clothing, Textiles, and Merchandising, BS Business and Marketing 200 RYT ServSafe Guest Services Gold Professional QRP Gate Keeper Suicide Prevention

Mrs. Michelle (Mimi) Goecke Leverett

I am a graduate of Mississippi University for Women. My undergraduate degree is in Textiles and Merchandising with a minor in Business and Marketing.
I have recently completed my Masters in School Guidance Counseling from the University of West Alabama.
 
I have lived all over our great nation from Savannah, Honolulu, Washington DC, and other points in between. I originally hail from Mobile, Alabama where I graduated from Baker High School. At Baker I was in National Honor Society, was on the High Steppers Danceteam, and was a Mobile Azalea Trail Maid, just to name a few.
 
I became a teacher for Baldwin County in 2004. I have been at Foley High School since 2009 and have seen many changes in the Family and Consumer Science Department. In 2009 I was the only FACS teacher teaching traditional FACS courses. Now I am only teaching courses for the Hospitality and Tourism Academy. Luckily I have vast travel experiences under my belt of both business and pleasure in nature. While in college I spent my senior summer backpacking through Europe. In my previous business career I traveled constantly to attend markets, conventions, and to conduct and participate in corporate training. I am also a customer service guru. 
 
I have always loved teaching others (in college I even earned money as a fitness trainer and tutor). I was truly blessed when I found the opportunity to teach back in Alabama. I am a trained yoga instructor and I love to SUP.
 
I have a son at the University of South Alabama and a daughter at Foley High School. Both are percussionists in their school's marching bands and participate in other ensembles. We love music! My husband is the dentist for Elberta Dental. Our greyhound is a retired racer and a real sweetie pie!
 
God bless!
Mrs. Leverett