Farah was born in Tucson, Arizona but later moved and was raised in Las Vegas, Nevada. During her middle and high school years she attended a small private school and had an eye-opening experience attending a large university for her undergrad. She knew from her amazing math teachers that she wanted to become a teacher, so in starting her college career at University of Nevada in Las Vegas, she immediately applied for their school of education. Farah graduated with a bachelor’s degree in elementary education with a minor in mathematics at UNLV. After spending a year teaching in Las Vegas, she moved to Seattle to be closer to family and taught in a large school district in Washington state for nine years. During that time, Farah received her master’s degree in curriculum and instruction with an emphasis in technology from the University of Washington (go Huskies!). She also met the man of her dreams and married him.
Being successful in her education and career, Farah and her husband were blessed to have a little girl six years after they were married. It was a goal of Farah’s to be able to raise their children and that is when she decided it was time to stay home to raise their kids. About 19 months after their daughter arrived, their son was born. Knowing there was an educational opportunity each day, Farah has always supported her children academically and found fun ways to create hands-on learning on a daily basis. Currently Farah is a homeschooling mom and is daily reminded what a gift it is to see a child grow in their academics. She is very excited to support and guide homeschooling families just like hers and cannot wait to experience each learner’s academic growth.