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BS in Health Science - Brenau University


 I graduated from Brenau University in May of 2017, with my Bachelor of Science degree. The August following graduation, I took a job as a paraprofessional and assistant softball coach at Stephens County High School. In October, I was thankful to receive an offer to be a sixth grade co-teacher at Franklin County Middle. Once I was hired in this position, I was able to enroll and begin my Masters of Special Education at the Universtiy of West Georgia, where I am currently taking classes. Both of my parents teach in the Franklin County School System. My mom teaches first grade at Carnesville Primary and my dad teaches Economics and is the head softball coach at Franklin County High. I have one daughter: Palmer. My family and my daughter are a very important part of my life, so my time outside of school revolves around them. My favorite thing is watching and playing sports (Go Gators!). I love my job and being able to have a hands on process in the learning of our children.