Hello, my name is Amber Clowers. I am a mother, a wife, an administrative assistant, a color guard instructor, and a life-long learner. I married the love of my life soon after high school. Raising the two children that we have together is, what I consider to be, my biggest accomplishment in life! My husband served in the U.S. Army for several years which allowed my family to have some wonderful experiences. As a military spouse, I have had the opportunity to work in a variety of different jobs in some very diverse settings. I feel that those experiences have helped to mold me into an independent, well-rounded, and patient individual.
After spending numerous years working in various positions, volunteering my time with non-profit organizations, and homeschooling our son, I decided return to college in order to earn my Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from American Military University. Upon my graduation in August of 2013, I chose to continue my education with Liberty University. I recently graduated with a Master of Education in Teaching and Learning - Student Services. Currently, I am working on an additional Master of Arts in General Psychology. I am looking to fulfill the role of being an exemplary leader, an advocate, and an agent of change in order to promote the educational, emotional, social, and physical growth for individuals of all ages.
My personal philosophy is simple: I believe that every individual has dignity and worth, and that they are capable of the intrinsic growth and change that possesses the ability to lead them toward self-actualization.
I believe in a humanistic psychological approach in which humans are inherently goodhearted and should be approached in an empathetic manner.
I believe that each person holds the ability to be academically successful and should be accepted and appreciated for their race, ethnicity, gender, religion, or socioeconomic status.
Therefore, I will continue to work towards making a positive impact in the lives of those that I come in contact with.