And in a good way, too.
Oman Frame is a loving husband, proud father, and dedicated educator for the past nineteen years. He pursued a career in education because he firmly believes that through the passion and creativity he brings to the classroom, he can change the world one child at a time. While this goal may seem lofty, he goes to work each day with a smile on his face and a contagious love for his students. Oman attended the Hoosac School before matriculating at Hampton University, where he graduated with a degree in Sociology. His first job was in the municipal court system in Atlanta where, as a bailiff, he witnessed first-hand the havoc that a lack of education and opportunity created. After two years with the courts, during which time he began working with young people as a lacrosse coach, he realized that in order to effect the change he wanted to see in the world, he needed to go to the front line and get his hands dirty. Thus, an educator was born.