lifePATH™: Expectations for the Academic World, Business World, and Real Life

Author: anneginnett

Dr. Anne Ginnett is the director of the lifePATH™ program at Lone Star College-Tomball. Prior to her lifePATH™ position, Dr. Ginnett served as Program Manager for Disability Services at LSC-NH, where she also taught Psychology and the Student Success Course. Dr. Ginnett began her career in education working for Humble ISD as a co-teacher in special education. Although born in Washington State, Dr. Ginnett got to Texas as fast as she could. She graduated from Copperas Cove High School in Central Texas (1984), received her Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Social Psychology from Park University-Austin(2006), Teacher Certification from Lone Star College – Kingwood (2007), Masters of Science (M.S.) in Psychology from Walden University (2010), and her doctorate (Ph.D.) in Psychology with a Specialization in Education from Walden University (2014). Her research involved parental trust in teaching social expectations in public school. Of Anne’s five children, three were served in special edu