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About the Site Author & Creator


Dr. Serena Bahe is an educator, writer, editor, and consultant -- a teacher at heart.

She has education, training and experience in several writing specific areas, including English language arts & reading curriculum and instruction, website SEO content writing, web copywriting (landing pages/static pages), ghostwriting and editing books and papers, academic writing, and direct response copywriting. She also has experience in research methods, global culture, international education, multicultural relations, entrepreneurship, organizational leadership, and community collaboration. 

Dr. Bahe has worked in and studied the education industry for nearly two decades. She has taught English or English related courses at both private and public K-12 schools and universities, as well as through adult writing workshops and consulting for private businesses and individuals.

She also served as a two-year AmeriCorps (Promise Fellow) service volunteer, assisting with the implementation of school readiness programs in a low socio-economic area and created the first website for Success By 6 (a United Way initiative) in Pensacola, Florida in 2001-2002.

Dr. Bahe earned a Bachelor of Liberal Studies (English and music) from Viterbo University, a Master of Education in English language arts (curriculum and instruction) from the University of West Florida, and a PhD in education (international education and entrepreneurship) from the University of the Incarnate Word.

She also completed several copywriting training programs, including American Writer's & Artists' (AWAI) 2-year Circle of Success copywriting program, AWAI's Accelerated Program for Six-Figure Copywriting, AWAI's Master's Program for Six-Figure Copywriting, and several other home study copywriting and writing related programs, as well as attends AWAI's annual Copywriting Bootcamp and Web Copywriting Intensive training events. She is also a verified writer with American Writer's & Artists. 

Additionally, Dr. Bahe speaks conversational German and has lived abroad. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, writing, traveling, learning new languages, studying culture, and participating in outdoor activities, including hiking, running, and tennis.  


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Areas of Interest for Research & Projects

  • International culture & language
  • Writing & writing education
  • Health & fitness
  • Vegetarian & veganism
  • Metaphysics 
  • Holistic healing & alternative medicine
  • Education


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Published Works:

Articles

Bahe, S., Ruiz, R., Tejeda, A., Sill, S., & Poole, M. (2014). Women in leadership: how a woman’s background affects her leadership style. Verbum Incarnatum, 6, 74. 

Bahe, S. (2013, January). “The ‘Go Getter’ Theory (and how to make it work for you).” Delray Beach, FL: The Barefoot Writer, 27.

Bahe, S. (2012, December). “The Unspoken Benefit of the Writer’s Life.” Delray Beach, FL: The Barefoot Writer, 41.

Bahe, S. & Risku, M. (2013, May). Africa: Can Cultural Transformation Positively Affect the HIV/AIDS Epidemic? International Journal of Innovative Learning and Leadership. San Antonio, Texas: University of the Incarnate Word.

Bahe, S. (2003, January/February, misprinted 2001). "Health & Literacy Reinforcement in Early Childhood." Corporation for National Community Service. 

Books

Bahe, S. S. (2016). The Relationship Between Body Mass Index, Fitness, Socioeconomics, and Academic Accountability School Rating: A Texas Study (Doctoral dissertation). Available from ProQuest Dissertations and Theses database.  

Craven, A., Bahe, S., & Vichales, K. (2015). Mark of Success. KS: Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP).

Bahe, S. (2001). Bob's Brilliant Brain. Published in-house with support from United Way of Escambia County Florida, Success By 6, AmeriCorps, Title One, Rotary International of Escambia County, Escambia County School District. 

Bahe, S. (2001). Connie the Community Helper. Published in-house with support from United Way of Escambia County Florida, Success By 6, AmeriCorps, Title One, Rotary International of Escambia County, Escambia County School District. 

Bahe, S. (2001). Dan's Dreadful Doctor Visit. Published in-house with support from United Way of Escambia County Florida, Success By 6, AmeriCorps, Title One, Rotary International of Escambia County, Escambia County School District. 

Bahe, S. (2001). Exercising Ed. Published in-house with support from United Way of Escambia County Florida, Success By 6, AmeriCorps, Title One, Rotary International of Escambia County, Escambia County School District. 

Bahe, S. (2001). Heather's Healthy Habits. Published in-house with support from United Way of Escambia County Florida, Success By 6, AmeriCorps, Title One, Rotary International of Escambia County, Escambia County School District. 

Bahe, S. (2001). My Teeth. Published in-house with support from United Way of Escambia County Florida, Success By 6, AmeriCorps, Title One, Rotary International of Escambia County, Escambia County School District. 

Bahe, S. (2001). Shelby's Five Senses. Published in-house with support from United Way of Escambia County Florida, Success By 6, AmeriCorps, Title One, Rotary International of Escambia County, Escambia County School District. 

Bahe, S. (2001). Steve and Kathy Eat Healthy. Published in-house with support from United Way of Escambia County Florida, Success By 6, AmeriCorps, Title One, Rotary International of Escambia County, Escambia County School District. 

Bahe, S. (2001). Stop and Go. Published in-house with support from United Way of Escambia County Florida, Success By 6, AmeriCorps, Title One, Rotary International of Escambia County, Escambia County School District. 

Bahe, S. (2001). Tara's Feelings. Published in-house with support from United Way of Escambia County Florida, Success By 6, AmeriCorps, Title One, Rotary International of Escambia County, Escambia County School District. 

Bahe, S. (2001). Tired Ted. Published in-house with support from United Way of Escambia County Florida, Success By 6, AmeriCorps, Title One, Rotary International of Escambia County, Escambia County School District.