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"He that dwelleth in the secret place of the most High shall abide under the shadow of the Almighty."

Psalm 91:1

Krystle L. Cubbage is a native of the Washington, D.C. Metropolitan area. She received her childhood education from the Metropolitan and P.G. County Public School Districts. Krystle holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in English, from Wesley College, Dover, DE. 

After graduation, Krystle remained in Delaware to land a teaching career as an ELA Secondary Education instructor. Graduating in the middle of a recession brought its challenges; however, she did not stop pursuing her goals. While attempting to secure employment, she put her English degree to work. In 2009, she founded TutorCentral Educational Services, specializing in 9-12 grade ELA  subject matter. This business venture became a success. In 2010, Krystle began working in the English department of Delaware Technical and Community College, Newark, DE, as assistant to the Department Chair. In 2015, Krystle began her teaching career as a Writing Composition Instructor at Polytech Adult Education. Although challenging, 98% of her students passed the course successfully.

During her time at Polytech, she realized that there were limited resources available for students to develop their writing skills. As a result, she developed a writing curriculum for 9-12th grade Secondary Education students. Krystle later added Business Writing to the curriculum for post-graduate and business professionals. In 2019, TutorCentral Educational Services, emerged into iWrite Community Group; concentrating on Writing skills at every level. 


On a more personal note, Krystle is a prolific writer, and a profound preacher and teacher of the gospel. She accredits her growth and accomplishments to her devoted relationship with God and her family. She holds fast to her convictions, using Godly wisdom to navigate through life. Her anthem is that with God all things are possible; and in the words of the late Pastor Andrew Murray, “…God is everything, she is nothing.”

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