About Rockell Bartoli
Rockell's role as a school counselor has allowed her to help teens and young adults identify their career path and the right tools to reach their most important life goals. Throughout the span of her career, Rockell has empowered thousands of students and families to tackle challenges head on, from high school graduation all the way to planning for the future. She has spoken to thousands of students and has delivered empowering messages for notable organizations such as Florida International University's Upward Bound Program, Burger King's McLamore Foundation and Carnival Cruise Line's Scholarship & Mentoring Program.
Rockell is an experienced educator serving as a Professor for Student Life Skills at Miami Dade College, she teaches students the ins and outs of living a truly balanced life while achieving their goals in school and life. This has inspired her to author the book "Success Habits: A Student’s Guide To Succeeding In School, Work & Life".
Rockell grew up the product of a single mother and was raised by her grandmother. Using the goal setting strategies, she shares in her presentations, she became one of the first people in her family to obtain a master’s degree. She has also earned the prestigious Child Development Association Credential and worked for a Fortune 500 company, where she earned Presidents Club membership for top performing account executives, three years in a row.
In her spare time, Rockell loves traveling with her family, therapeutic trips to Target and watching a good Netflix series.