Jamie coaches and supports teachers through classroom observations and debriefs, in addition to coordinating and facilitating professional development. A native of central Arkansas, she attended high school at the Arkansas School for Math, Science, and the Arts in Hot Springs, AR where she also served as a community leader, student government representative, Model UN representative, and Future Business Leaders of America member. She was the recipient of the 2010 Susan B. Anthony/Fredrick Douglass Leadership Award and 2011 Daniel Benton Memorial Scholarship for accomplishments in American History. After serving two years as a residential assistant and receiving multiple academic scholarships, Jamie graduated from Hendrix College in Conway, AR in 2014 with a B.A. in English (concentration in literary studies) and a minor in politics. She utilized her leadership experiences from school as a general manager of Domino’s for several years before joining ATC as a 2018 fellow teaching 5th & 6th grade mathematics and science at ScholarMade Achievement Place in Little Rock, Ark. Since then, Jamie has served in a variety of leadership roles including ScholarMade Teacher Leader Fellow/Multi-Classroom Leader and two-time ATC Summer Mentor. As a full-time teacher coach, she draws upon her own fellowship experiences to provide her fellows with the individualized development and holistic personal support that they need to succeed.