Life happens in relationships. While we love knowing that our service has made a difference your life, we are also grateful for the opportunity to contribute to the diversity and forward thinking in our member schools.

I am writing to thank you for conducting such a interesting workshop last week. My colleagues and I are still talking about how impressive the visual of the United States population composition was...I told my Head of School, and many others, how striking it was to see the population composition now verses later, and the adult population verses the children...etc. My Head of School is interested in seeing this. The conference motivated me to make an appointment with my Head to offer to be even more involved in our diversity efforts here. Your presentation was inspiring to my colleagues and to me.
— Yolanda Toney

From the first time I heard a ‘professional’ educator tell me that they did not expect much of me, I realized that I wanted to be an educator, too. Those that expected less of me, exemplified what I did not want to be like. Education, in all lights, has endless expectations and possibilities that individuals cannot measure. Being an educator is truly a gift to humanity, so what one teaches will always indirectly and/or directly affect them, and our world community.
— Rachel Parrish, First Grade Teacher, Member The Bentley School, Oakland, CA
Dear Orpheus: My husband, Winfield Bryan, and I can’t thank you ENOUGH for getting Rachel Parrish to give Bentley a chance. THANK YOU!
— Tracey Anne Stinson, Mother of Armand, 1st Grade

Orpheus, I wish a million times I had contacted you in July or August when Ian gave me your name as a contact person. You have been extremely helpful. The day , I e-mailed you with my personal statement and resume, I received within an hour time, a phone call from you and that same evening Eagle Rock contacted me. I have spoken to Robert several times from Eagle Rock. He certainly seem to be an ok guy. A few days later, I was hearing from the French International School in San Francisco, Lakeside, Bush and Calhoun. These are all wonderful schools. I have been really impressed by you familiarity with such famous and good institutions. Last week, Bentley also contacted me. They all seem keen on hiring or interviewing me for math positions for next year. I can’t say how much I appreciate what you did for me. I have not met you but I feel as if I already know you. You seem to be extremely patience and a person who listens to his clients. I can tell you take a special interest in your clients. That was certainly the case with me. You certainly seem to have some very good connections and contacts. I would certainly use you again. I will definitely recommend you to other candidates. Please feel free to use me as a reference. I look forward to meeting you.
— Mattie Boyce, Math Teacher

Good morning Orpheus! I would like to thank you and your program for making my dreams come true. i have already spread the word to some of my friend in collage about your program. What you did to me can not be measured, and all i can say is thank you...! thank you...! thank you..! If for some reason you want to talk to me or you need my help at any time, fell free to contact me or you can email me. Again, thank you Strategenius!
— Ephraim
Hey Orpheus - Ephraim is doing great! The kids love him and he seems happy. He pops by every now and then to see me but just from seeing him around campus, I think he is adjusting well. I know that the drama class he is helping in is throwing him and their drama teacher a party today following a very successful 5th grade mime show! Thanks for sending Ephraim to us!
— Jana D. Simons, Assistant to Assistant Headmaster, Episcopal School of Dallas