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Mr. Fuller’s journey to the professional studies of history was a career path he never thought of when he left high school. Interestingly, it was the theory of justice that settled on his mind. However, as it was, destiny had other plans for his professional development. He earned a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice and a master’s degree, MAT in History, from Rutgers University. Mr. Fuller stated upon his interview that he, “wanted to become a teacher because I wanted to capture and nourish the young minds of our and of future generations to be better citizens of this one planet.”

As an experienced teacher, Mr. Fuller has taught at the middle school, high school, and University levels, including Atlanta Metropolitan State College, Clark University, Georgia State University, The American School Foundation, Mexico City, Mexico, and Shipley School. He loves traveling and interacting with different cultures and people, and he has lived in several countries including Jamaica and Mexico. He moved back to the United States in 2017.

In his free time, he enjoys running, soccer, and doing his weekly podcast on the Black Diasporas, but his biggest passion is reading—which he shares with his children, Chasina, Gabrielle, and Romina.

Mr. Fuller believes that reading is essential, as it can open one’s eyes and mind to grow and discover things, places, and people far beyond our immediate geographical surroundings.