Fannethia Vitolo

Fannethia Vitolo
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Fannethia is a native Floridian who primarily resided in Northwest St. Johns County since the age of seven. Her beautiful family of five includes her easy-going husband David and three teens Mikayla, Shawna, and Bryce. Fannethia and her family are St. Augustine residents who love their proximity to the beach, shopping, and the interstate for travel purposes. After graduating from Nease High School, Fannethia earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology from the University of Florida (Go Gators). She’s also earned a Master’s degree in Educational Leadership from Concordia University-Portland. Having attended St. Johns County Schools, one of her proudest accomplishments is having the opportunity to impact lives in the same school district that she received her education. In addition to teaching, Fannethia also loves sharing products to help women and girls care for their skin! Spending time with family, traveling, writing, and creating whatever her mind dreams up are some of her favorite pastimes. Fannethia is a loving encourager who understands her life mission to be one that helps others become their best self. You can follow Fannethia on Instagram @fanvitolo.

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