Adrienne Nicodemus

MS/HS Teacher Coach

Mrs. Nicodemus attributes much of her success to an insatiable curiosity, which encourages her to be open to change, along with the ability to apply skills to new contexts or conditions. Adrienne Hunter Nicodemus completed undergraduate studies and became an All-American in Track & Field at the University of Michigan. She continued her studies at Harvard Graduate School Education (HGSE) earning an Ed.M. in Teaching & Curriculum. Nicodemus returned to HGSE  to complete  an intensive program for Aspiring School Leaders. Her work in education spanned from Boston to Detroit to San Diego, however, she cites owning and operating

SKYE Limousine was her greatest opportunity for professional growth. Not one to leave athletic feats to her collegiate years, Adrienne began competing in triathlons in her thirties. Despite currently working through injury, she continues to see herself as an athlete. Last year, Adrienne spent three months in a campervan traveling the country with her two children. While on the road, they learned a lot from museums, local folks, and their mistakes. Currently, Adrienne is a lecturer at the SDSU School of Teacher Education. In her role with the university, she coaches aspiring teachers, and leads a course on the behavioral and psychological aspects of adolescence.