Caprica Wells

Caprica Wells is an innovator who continues to defy the odds with strength and compassion. She is a an educator who has spoken at women’s conferences, youth conferences, leadership conferences, and school assemblies. By using her bridge building speaking gift, along with a little humor, audiences are transformed into revolutionary thinkers in their field.

Being raised in poverty as an only child to a single mother with schizophrenia, and teaching and coaching in a lower socio economic school allows her to connect to multiple people on different levels. Understanding that education was the key, she excelled in academics and sports at Yoe High School in Cameron, Texas. She received an Associate’s Degree from Temple Junior College, her Bachelor’s Degree from Southwest Texas State University, and her Master’s Degree from Texas A&M Kingsville with a Principal Certification.  She also received her Doctorate in Education from Texas A&M Kingsville with a Superintendent Certification.

Her soon to be released book entitled, I Am Me, is a coming of age book that tackles the notion that true identity changes and has to be revisited at different phases of your life. She shares powerful “bridges” that were made, or she built, along the way. She has been a liaison between middle and high school.  She has been voted First Year Teacher of the Year by Northside ISD, as well as receiving a North East ISD Superintendent’s Award for her ability to motivate and inspire. She is an honoree of Who’s Who San Antonio Women and was recognized in its magazine. As a participant in Leadership San Antonio and other leadership professional development, Dr. Wells continues to move into diverse arenas being a lifelong learner. From teaching English to being a high school coach, and becoming an assistant principal, she continues her efforts the NEISD Executive Director for Adult and Community Education, pushing people to their next level of destiny.