My name is Britney Daniel-Harris, and I am the English teacher at Fusion's Ardmore campus. Since I could remember I knew I wanted to be a teacher. I remember placing my stuff animals in the living room, taking my little chalk board with me, and dressing up in my mom's shoes to play "teacher". However, I entered college as a nursing major and continued in that field for two years. A little before it was time to take the test to continue my studies as a nurse, I decided to change my major to English with the goal of becoming an English teacher. In 2016, I graduated from Temple University with my BA in English and began working as a Behavioral Technician. I wanted to have experience teaching and working with students with autism and other disabilities before teaching a class of my own. I remained in the field for three years before joining the Fusion family. In 2020, I began my graduate program at Widener University for my Master's in Education. In my spare time, I love to read, travel, write poems, do yoga, and find new recipes.