Celi Trépanier

GHF Press Author

celi trepanier, GHF Press, giftedCeli Trépanier was born and raised in south Louisiana. She grew up with a strong Cajun French heritage, eventually married a French-Canadian, and has three wonderful sons. She currently resides in central Iowa with her husband and youngest son.

Celi has a vast and varied background in education. She received her B.S. from Loyola University in New Orleans and her M.Ed. from the University of Louisiana, Lafayette, then taught in Louisiana, Ontario, and Alabama, in public schools, private schools, and homeschool co-ops.

Celi became a passionate advocate for gifted children after tiring of her family’s painful battles with traditional schools and the misunderstanding and neglect of gifted students. Through adversity came her passion, her strength, and her voice. She advocates for the educational, emotional, and social needs of all gifted children, and her dream is for schools and society to one day understand the truths about giftedness in children. Her writing centers on her advocacy for gifted children and her own journey with her three gifted sons. Her emotional and sometimes pointed posts can be found on her website, Crushing Tall Poppies.

Check out Celi's GHF Press book, Educating Your Gifted Child: How One Public School Teacher Embraced Homeschooling.

You can follow Celi on:
Amazon Author Central

Listen to Celi speak with:
The Center for Talent Development at Northwestern University: SoundCloud and iTunes
TiLT Parenting: Podcast

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