Dasnee coaches and supports teachers through classroom observations and debriefs, in addition to coordinating and facilitating professional development. She graduated from Blytheville High School and attended Arkansas State University for a BSE in Secondary English Education, graduating with a teaching license in 2014. She taught at Osceola High School her first year and, while there, became a court-appointed special advocate (CASA) in which she worked with kids in the foster care system and advocated for their placement needs. She went on to teach 7th and 8th grade reading at Blytheville Middle School where she also coached the robotics team and served on the Leadership Team, the Wellness Committee, the Spelling Bee committee, and the Black History program committee. In 2017, Dasnee graduated with a Master’s in Public Administration from ASU in 2017. In 2018, she took a group of students to Washington, DC to experience and interact with U.S. History and was awarded BMS Teacher of the Year. In 2019, she started teaching at Blytheville High School and became sponsor for the student government. After her time in Blytheville came to an end, she taught 10th grade English for three years at West Memphis High School. Dasnee first became more familiar with Arkansas Teacher Corps as a summer mentor in 2020 and co-director of equity in 2022, two experiences that led her to realize her love for coaching teachers. After nine years in the classroom, she took an opportunity to join ATC as a Teacher Development Manager in 2023. As a full-time teacher coach, she is excited to equip and empower other teachers in providing an excellent, equitable education for their students.