Grace has worked with students for many years as a college adviser and admission counselor. She currently works at Armstrong Atlantic State University in Savannah, Georgia, where she teaches courses in strategies for academic success and information literacy.
Grace has appeared on television and radio outlets such as Martha Stewart Living Radio, FOX's Tennessee Mornings television show in Nashville, and Fried Talk in Memphis, TN. Her articles on study skills have appeared in various newspapers across the country. She appears frequently as a guest speaker in high schools to talk about organizing study habits and preparing for college.
You can read more about Grace's work on her Google profile: Grace Fleming.
Grace earned a Master's of Education at the University of Georgia.
From Grace Fleming:
The key to academic success is a strong foundation that is established in the earliest years of school. It's so important to establish a strong work ethic and great study habits at a young age! Having said that, I know that it is never too late to establish great study habits. High school is such an exciting time of life, when students prepare for college and for life as an adult. It's a time for having great fun and making friends for life, but also a time for laying serious groundwork.