"Coaxing growth, productivity and beauty from myself, plants, animals, and people." Speciality and continuous goal- Adrienne Nater Biography: Adrienne Nater Adrienne Nater was born in Los Angeles, California to a mother who immigrated from Belgium and a father who was first generation of a Russian immigrant family. She was educated in the public schools system from Kindergarten through graduate studies in the university (Cal State University Northridge). Shortly after high school, she set out on her own to pursue her own way in life and to free herself from the conventional expectations and constraints of her family. Her driving ambition was to become a teacher and on her path to that end, she became an avid learner. To sustain herself she worked in a variety of jobs from pottery factory to airplane assembly. Once she achieved her coveted teachers license she sought every chance to continue to learn and sought every available experience as an educator. Throughout the years she taught in public and private schools she also put some of her considerable energy into other work. She tried her hand at elective politics, established a farm, worked as a Real Estate Broker and IRS tax agent. Her bottomless interest in new things led her to a wide range of passions: flying, horse showing, surfing, scuba diving, photography, bird training, writing and researching topics that caught her interest. When she retired from classroom teaching she turned to tutoring. Her intention in life is to coax growth, productivity and beauty from people, animals, plants and from herself. Occupations: Factory Worker Politician Teacher Farmer Tutor Real Estate Broker IRS Tax Agent Student Passions: Researching Building Things Flying Horse Showing Surfing Scuba Diving Photography Creative Writing Bird Training Ad Infinitum Specialty: Coaxing growth, productivity and beauty from myself, plants, animals, and people. Contact: Adrienne Nater 6480 Old Balcom Canyon Rd. Somis, CA 93066 Email Adrienne Nater Send a quick email to Author: From:* MessageNameThis field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.