Synthia Titley earned a bachelor\\\'s degree in psychology from the University of Florida and a master\\\'s degree in curriculum and instruction from Florida International University. Her teaching career began in 2008 when she served in dual roles as teacher and advisor at an alternative school housed under the state of Florida\\\'s Department of Juvenile Justice. PACE Center for Girls, as the school is called, serves at-risk girls and provides them with academic, vocational, and emotional services.
She has since taught high school English and social sciences in both Collier and Miami-Dade counties in Florida. In addition to teaching high school students, she was also a member of the faculty for the Adult and Continuing Education program in Collier County where she taught adults pursuing their General Equivalency Diploma (GED). Currently, she teaches English and psychology to secondary students at Instituto Bilingue Victoria in Tequisquiapan, Querétaro.