Nautrie Jones

Nautrie started her career teaching middle school in Atlanta Public Schools. During that time, she served in many leadership positions such a grade level chair and content lead. As a result of her students’ undeniable personal and academic growth along with her relationships with colleagues, Nautrie was named on The Honor Roll for the Fishman Prize for Excellence in Teaching, 2013 and was voted by her peers as Teacher of the Year.

After more than a decade leading as a classroom teacher, Nautrie joined staff at Teach for America as teacher coach. Today, Nautrie leads the Teacher Leadership Development Team for Teach for America Metro Atlanta where she is charged with casting a bold vision and setting key strategy to ensure that the students in Metro Atlanta have access to a quality education. Nautrie has traveled across the country to partner with school districts by providing professional development to teachers and school leaders related to rigor, classroom management, culturally responsive pedagogy, building relationships and more.

Nautrie does events for: 

  • Middle and High School Faculty & Staff
  • Educators
  • Parents

Blog Posts
Three Steps To Practice Mindfulness During Testing Season And Teach It To Your Students


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Travel Info

Departing From:
Atlanta, GA

Past Engagements:

  • Georgia Charter Schools Association Annual Conference
  • Teach for America New Teacher Induction
  • Teach for America Head of Program Conference

Possible Formats:

– Keynote
– Workshop

Topics Include:

  • The Primary Colors of a Leader
  • It Starts with Me: The Power of Leading Yourself
  • Three Secrets to Building Great Relationships
  • Own It: The One Building Block that Can Reshape Your Life
  • Life-Giving Leadership: Discover the Key to Effectively Empowering Others
  • Leading Like a Gardener: The Secret Strategy of Today’s Best Leaders
  • Four Simple Ideas to Help You Communicate Better
  • Four Principles for Navigating Life’s Transitions
  • Three Parenting Strategies for Leading Generation Z
  • The Parents Guide to Generation Z: Smart Phones, Social Media, and Stress
  • Avoiding the Three Huge Mistakes Parents Make Today
  • Marching Off the Map: Empowering Students to Take Charge of their Education
  • Transforming the Classroom from Apathy to Action