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The largest city in Alabama, Birmingham is a beautiful historic destination offering an array of exciting things to see and do, from museums and historic landmarks to sports, theater and great restaurants. What does a former Porsche race car driver do when he retires? He starts collecting and restoring vintage motorcycles. George Barber won 63 races in the s, and when he retired, he decided to put a bit of his passion into building a museum for other speed enthusiasts.

Instead of cars, however, he started collecting motorcycles. He opened the museum in , and his beautiful, restored-to-racing condition machines were part of the Guggenheim The Art of the Motorcycle exhibit. They also participate in many races of historic motorcycles and continue to win. The museum has more than 1, motorcycles, and about bikes are on display at any time. They represent manufacturers from about 20 countries. Any motorcycle enthusiast would get goose bumps while admiring rare Harley-Davidson, Indian, Honda, Showa, Cagiva, and DSK bikes gleaming resplendently on the museum floor.

Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum. Its permanent collection contains over 25, objects covering a range of cultures, including Asian, American, European, African, Native American, and Pre-Columbian. The museum offers a range of lectures, events, and activities for different audiences, from school children to art collectors and donors.

The Birmingham Museum of Art is one of the top Birmingham attractions. Blvd, Formerly 8th Ave. N , Birmingham, Alabama, Phone: Birmingham Museum of Art. The Birmingham Civil Rights Institute is an educational and cultural research center with a mission of educating and enlightening future generations about human and civil rights by sharing and investigating the past and offering opportunities for working together to build a better future. The Institute was opened in and has 58, square feet of archives, galleries, meeting rooms, and temporary exhibits.

Visits to the museum are self-guided and start at the permanent exhibit, which consists of a journey from the 50s and 60s Civil Rights Movement to contemporary human rights issues.

The Institute hosts numerous activities and events and has a range of programs for different audiences, from school children to adults, from teachers to tourists. Birmingham Civil Rights Institute. Did you know that the Stegosaurus was up to 30 feet long but that its brain was the size of a walnut? This is just one of many fun facts kids and kids at heart can discover at the McWane Science Center.

The center not only teaches about science, but also makes science fun through a range of hands-on, interactive exhibits such as Just Mice Size, Alabama Dinosaurs and Sea Monsters, Explore! If you are looking for fun things to do in Birmingham, Alabama with kids, this is a great place to visit. Exhibits are designed to encourage exploring and questioning. More Alabama vacations Contact: On the top of Red Mountain just outside Birmingham sits a ton foot tall iron statue of Vulcan, the Roman god of fire.

Designed by Italian sculptor Giuseppe Moretti, the statue was made of local iron and is surrounded by a beautiful, well-maintained park, which is a popular place for weddings, parties, watching the spectacular view of the city, or just enjoying the day. The park is home of the Vulcan Museum, which hosts a range of exhibits, lectures, and other events. The Vulcan Park is the most popular place from which to watch the annual 4th of July fireworks.

Sloss Furnaces National Historic Landmark is a historic site and museum which operated as an iron producing blast furnace from to When it was built, it was the first blast furnace in Birmingham. After it closed, it was restored and it is the only blast furnace in the United States to be preserved. It is now listed as a National Historic Landmark and the site is used as a museum to explain the iron industry to the public. It hosts a metal arts program and is the venue for concerts and festivals.

Alabama Theatre For the first 55 years of its life, The Alabama Theatre was used mostly as a movie palace for Paramount films. Paramount Studios built the theatre in so that Alabama would have a place to showcase their films.

If you are looking for romantic date ideas in Birmingham, visit the Alabama Theatre. Today, the Theatre hosts not only films, but more than events every year. The original look of the classic theatre was restored in ; many original features were repaired, but the theatre was also brought into the 21st century. If you are wondering what to do in Birmingham with kids, this is a great place to explore. The farmers get exposure to hungry clients who demand fresh, seasonal produce, and residents are able to find healthy, local produce and high quality food in one place.

The market has grown to tents scattered around Pepper Place and is now open from April to December. You can find anything there, including hybrid and heirloom tomatoes, all kinds of berries, fruits, veggies, herbs, cheeses, meats, breads and much more.

There is lot of delicious food, from pastries to sausages and burritos, and many artisans offer unique gifts and home decorating items. Rickwood Field is the oldest surviving professional baseball park in the country and is listed on the U. National Register of Historic Places. Opened in , the zoo began with just a few exotic animals kept in a firehouse.

Today the zoo contains some animals that represent more than species from six continents. Some of the many animals include bobcats, elephants, giraffes, orangutans, rhinoceroses, tigers, and zebras. Some of the animals are endangered and some are very exotic such as the double-wattled cassowary, the Komodo dragon, and the red panda. The zoo is known for its strong conservation efforts as well as its numerous education outreach programs and is one of the best things to do in Birmingham, Alabama.

It was the location for large demonstrations during the American Civil Rights Movement of the s. Named after a local firefighter, Osmond Kelly Ingram, the park contains many sculptures and monuments. In May of , Birmingham police and firemen confronted protesters who were children and high school students; they used firehoses and police dogs and when images of this confrontation were broadcast, it resulted in a public outcry.

It also resulted in the end of public segregation and eventually the passage of the Civil Rights Act of Railroad Park Opened in , Railroad Park gets its name from the fact that it lies immediately south of two rail lines that pass through downtown Birmingham. The park consists of over trees, many different kinds of flowers, paths, and water features including a lake, wetlands, ponds, and streams.

It contains over 90 aircraft as well as aviation artifacts, engines, memorabilia, models, and paintings. The museum offers tours for Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, homeschoolers, and schools, and hosts birthday parties and summer camps. The museum is also the home of the Alabama Aviation Hall of Fame that displays more than 70 biographical plaques. Operating out of the Birmingham-Jefferson Convention Complex, the theater company makes use of three theaters, including the Dominick Studio Theatre with a seating capacity of ; the Wee Folks Theatre with a seating capacity of and used for performances for students aged three to six; and the Mainstage Theatre with a seating capacity of and used for students aged six and up.

The theater offers education outreach programs like the Young Actors Theatre Academy and school field trips. Other activities include biking, hiking, and much more.

The last mine closed in and the park was developed 50 years later. The park offers several education outreach programs such as field trips and summer camps. The mines closed in and the preserve is currently operated by the Ruffner Mountain Nature Center. There are 12 miles of hiking trails and wildlife includes owls, raptors, snakes and turtles.

The brewery is housed in a historic building that was used for a variety of purposes during its history: The brewery has a taproom and offers tours. Built between and , the park is the home field of the Birmingham Barons of the Southern League. Birmingham was without a professional baseball team until the Barons played their first game Regions Field in The park has a seating capacity of 8, people.

The museum is housed in a three story 33, square foot building next to the Birmingham Jefferson Convention Complex. The Bryant-Jordan Theater is also a part of the facility and has a seating capacity of 75 people.

The museum features more than 5, sports artifacts related to Alabama athletic history. The museum offers tours. Alabama Sports Hall of Fame and Museum. Opened in , the Romanesque style playhouse was at first called The Little Theatre. It was known for its first-rate productions, but it closed as War World II began. In , the theater reopened as the Clark Memorial Theatre, purchased by a private family who donated it to the University of Alabama at Birmingham.

In , the university closed the theater and the Metropolitan Arts Council restored the theater with funds from Virginia Samford Donavan for whom the theater is named. Today the theater supports local talent and presents plays and musicals.

Moonlight on the Mountain Moonlight on the Mountain is an intimate music performance mini-theater venue located on Shades Crest Road. With a capacity of between 80 and people, Moonlight on the Mountain is known for its casual and comfortable smoke-free atmosphere and concerts by acoustic performers including instrumentalists, singers, and songwriters. The styles of music heard at the venue include bluegrass, country, folk, and other styles.

Since the venue does not serve food or beverages, audience members are encouraged to bring their own food and drinks. Located on Cotton Avenue SW near downtown Birmingham, Arlington Antebellum Home and Gardens is a historic former plantation and museum surrounded by six acres of landscaped gardens.

The property is owned by the City of Birmingham. Built between and , the two story house was built in antebellum-era Greek Revival style. Listed on the U. National Register of Historic Places, the house is a decorative arts museum with a large collection of 19th century furniture, paintings, silver, and textiles. The restored garden room is often used for special occasions. The brewery features a tasting gallery, a taproom with live music performances and other special events.

The name of the brewery comes from a small piece of equipment on aircraft and ships that serves an important purpose: The brewery offers tours of its facility. Opened in , Good People Brewing Company in downtown Birmingham offers five year-round brews, four seasonal brews, and other items.

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D Chemical Engineering - University of Texas at Austin Richelle works on helping identify and quantify process improvement effects on product characteristics.

In graduate school, she studied biomaterials for nerve regeneration applications. Richelle loves to learn about personal finance and work on her conversational Spanish in her free time. Vanderbilt University Medical Center Education: My job is to better understand metastatic disease, the rate limiting step in cancer patient survival. My passion is in discovering new treatment strategies for cancer metastasis and helping the community and patients better understand this disease.

In my world, handshakes are often replaced with hugs and giving to others keeps me smiling. I am a fashionista that loves traveling the world and experiencing different cultures. She's sure this may weird many people out but her love for fungi began in graduate school and continued in her postdoc. She was the lead author on a study published in Nature which characterized fungal diversity on healthy human skin. Believe it or not, your smelly feet are the most diverse!!

Her research is trans-disciplinary merging microbiology, genomics, bioinformatics, and social sciences. I absolutely love dancing so when Zumba hit the scene, I was excited to merge my passion for dance with fitness. One of these days, I'll get certified. I've been saying that for the last 5 years though Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Education: I really enjoy traveling and trying different foods.

I'm also kind of a thrill-seeker and enjoy adventure activities like zip lining and roller coasters. University of Chicago Education: What makes youth successful and well-functioning members of society? With that, I take an assets-based approach to explore factors that promote academic, civic, and psychological well-being for racially marginalized adolescents and emerging adults.

I love playing the piano and baking. My favorite dessert is the "croissinnamon roll" a croissant - cinnamon roll hybrid that tastes like heaven! In essence, I like to do research that will inform policy and positively impact health.

As the cliche goes, health is wealth! I am part of a group of great people from the US, Canada, and Ghana working in Ghana to collect data that will be used to inform interventions and policies to improve quality of life and health outcomes among small-scale gold miners. My current research is to study the neurological effects of being exposed to high dose mercury vapor by Ghanaian small-scale gold miners.

I love salsa dancing and I'm obsessed with shoes! D in biomedical research from Meharry Medical College. My current research in the Office of Minority Health and Health Disparities Research focuses on colon cancer prevention from a dietary and environmental standpoint.

Ultimately I hope to work on health and science policy helping to create opportunities for the disadvantaged to have access to quality care. My older sister and I both have Ph. D at age 28, and I have 75 linesisters! Delgado Community College Education: Biomedical Engineering from Tulane University; B. My research is currently in proving that true Adipose tissue-derived Stem cells do exist.

I do believe that a beautiful woman can also possess intellect! I'm a major Science fiction fan! My favorite is Star Trek: D - Virginia Tech; M. My varied scientific background has allowed me to venture into the many corners of Biology and as such I have developed a true respect for the biological workings of this world.

D research required hands-on time with Holstein cows think Chik-Fil-A cows. These are truly some of the most awesome creatures you will ever come into contact with!

Mount Sinai School of Medicine Education: I am a human geneticist by training and currently interested in population genetics. Specifically my work is centered around the genetics of diseases and traits that disproportionately affect African-descent populations such as uterine fibroids, cardiovascular disease, and drug response. My main goal is to identify African derived regions in the genome that might explain the disproportion of disease in at risk populations. D defending this summer!

D student who loves nanotechnology for semiconductor fabrication by day and music tech coding for mobile by night! I LOVE skydiving, but refuse to ski, snorkel, any other dangerous sport lol Paul, Minnesota and currently finishing her first year of medical school. Her passion is serving the underserved and minority communities. She has worked as a nurse assistant with underserved communities in St. While in medical school, she was awarded the National Health Scholars Corp Scholarship and the Primary Care Leadership Program - National Medical Fellowships Scholarship summer , both awards targeted to those who have a strong desire to serve the underserved.

Adena has also worked with pre-medical minority students to revive a mentor program to allow access to current medical students for guidance and encouragement. In addition, she is also creating an elective course in cultural humility and unconscious bias to service medical students of all backgrounds and collaborating to create curriculum to expose high school students of color to a career in medicine.

I love to dance but didn't start until I was in my 20's. However if there is any music playing, you can find me dancing to it! Mitochondria are important because they provide our bodies' cells with the chemical energy they need to function correctly i. The cutting-edge models that Amber is developing will be important for all neurodegenerative and neuroinflammatory conditions.

Amber is an independent artist and social entrepreneur and a clinical editor at Remedica Medical Education and Publishing. She is the founder and executive director at Movement for Hope, an innovative social enterprise that combines art and science to support people with brain and spinal cord illnesses.

She founded the organisation at 24 years old and it has now impacted and reached over , lives with pilot projects in the Europe, North America, Africa and Asia. Amber enjoys painting and dancing in her spare time. Michigan State University Education: Uchechi likes to play soccer and tennis. As a child her mom used to give her dolls but she would play with her brothers' fire truck, hot wheels, and Legos instead.

University of Michigan, Ann Arbor Education: Nancy has always had a soft spot for technological innovation but been equally fascinated by people's behavior, which is why for her B. After several formative internships at places like Intel and MIT, as well as teaching tech skills and design to young adults, she realized she was far more interested in designing and improving user experiences than working on the back ends.

She entered the Human Computer Interaction masters program at the University of Michigan School of Information, where she has built upon the foundation of these previous degrees by conducting research and taking courses in Human factors Engineering, Design Science, Information Architecture, and Pervasive Interaction Design. Her other accomplishments include being an Intel Scholar, a Google scholar, winning 2nd place in the University of Michigan's Engineering Design Expo and consulting on several projects for a number of companies with promising technologies.

Nancy is passionate about creating meaningful, potentially world-changing user experiences. Her daily quest is to make the ever-growing digital world a more people-friendly place. She hopes to achieve this by increasing the usability of products, applications, complex systems and websites across different cultural ideals and cultural practices. Nancy originally hails from Boston by way of Haiti.

Nancy's hobbies include world travel, telling stories and increasing the diversity of our workforce over the long haul by mentoring women and minorities studying computer science. Nancy has traveled to at least 25 countries. Xavier University of Louisiana A few words sum up being a chemistry Ph.

However, my experience has been exciting, rewarding, and inspiring. I truly have a deeper appreciation for the love of science and pursuit of new information, and what I can bring to the table as a young scientist.

Knowing that everyone who has a Ph. D in chemistry, especially the black female chemists out there, went through this same process gives me strength as I continue to push forward in my journey! DLife Chemistry Fun Fact: In my life outside of school, I love science outreach activities!

Teaching middle school students for a weekend is always great and gives me a fresh outlook on why I am pursuing science. Science outreach challenges me to relay complex ideas in a way that others can understand me, a crucial skill for scientists to have. I also love exercising the 'non-science' side of my brain, which includes book club, painting, and of course shopping Haha!

I want the world to know that scientists are fun, cool, exciting, quirky, regular people just like everyone else! Ed -I teach biology, microbiology, anatomy and physiology -I get to travel throughout the year and summer to do research at various colleges, from my research I gather I get to implement science education models back in the classroom that effect the next future generation of scientists Fun Fact: I have been playing the viola since I was North Carolina State University Education: Her petroleum experience began when she became a Marathon Petroleum Scholar and worked her undergraduate summers in refineries.

Currently, her team assures operating boundaries for equipment and units are understood and managed, and provides technical support for installations and hands-on troubleshooting for onshore terminals and pipelines.

Brooke's constant goal is to leverage her knowledge and skills so she can be an asset to her community. In her free time she enjoys painting, karaoke, and learning Mandarin Chinese.

During her time as a Capitol Hill staffer, Ms. Williams developed a love of logistics and a desire to facilitate more common sense ways to respond to crisis and disaster. She served as the Emergency Office Coordinator for two Congressional subcommittees, affording her the opportunity to gain insight regarding the varying aspects of Emergency and Incident Management as it relates to the unique Capitol Hill environment.

Her interest in Emergency and Crisis Management was intensified in the wake of the January earthquake that devastated Haiti.

Williams used this catastrophe, as well as the devastation left in New Orleans as a result of Hurricane Katrina, as the motivation to pursue and successfully obtain her Engineering degree. Williams has a strong interest in international disaster preparedness, and seeks to assist underserved populations in their efforts to prepare for, not just recover from, disasters.

Williams is diligently working to achieve her long-term goal of becoming Director of Logistics and Tactical Deployment for either a domestic or international disaster response agency. Williams has a wide variety of hobbies including tap dance, spoken word, reading, writing, cooking and boxing. She enjoys international travel and has a goal to get more stamps in her passport than she has shoes in her closet.

She is also a published author. Her works have been published in the editions of the Temple University literary magazine "Hyphen". Additionally, she is the author of four journal articles and an OpEd piece which have all been published in "Emergency Management Magazine". S in Biophysics from Univ. She manages the peer-mentoring program and works with incoming engineering students to help ensure their academic success by matching them with senior, engineering student mentors.

Her masters research focused on characterizing a mechanism of microRNA mediated repression. She has always been interested in the health sciences and will be returning to school in the fall of to pursue an M.

She has always loved the water and swam competitively for 6 years. Her favorite stroke is butterfly. While teaching, it became clear to Ms. She loved building strong relationships with students and families, and felt passionately about ensuring that students were being supported not just academically but also social and emotionally. Because of that, she decided to attend graduate school at the University of Virginia where she just earned her Masters in Education in School Counseling.

Outside of the education world, Ms. Tanner is a die-hard New England sports fan, can be found petting every dog that walks past her on the street, and is constantly searching for the next greatest spot to eat. Nelson was born and raised in Texas. As a young man, he played bass guitar in a garage band and earned a varsity letter for football. After high school, Mr. Nelson spent two years volunteering for his church in the Philippines. Years later, he would again volunteer, this time as an infantry soldier in the st Airborne Division, where he served with distinction from — , deploying to Iraq and Afghanistan.

After his enlistment, Mr. Nelson spent as a missionary and a soldier instilled a deep commitment to social justice and education. He loves teaching and serving the scholars at Flagship. Tricia Berry is thrilled to join the Valor community! After teaching theatre in NYC for nine years, Ms. Berry followed her heart to Nashville to be closer to her siblings. Berry earned her undergraduate degree from Western Michigan University and her M.

Berry fills her time with family and friends. She also enjoys setting new running goals, experiencing the world, and devouring meals at new restaurants. Although both of her children have been born and raised in Nashville, Alesha is originally from Chicago, IL. She went on to obtain her M. Over the past 6 years, Alesha has had the pleasure of teaching 6th and 7th-grade students as well as coaching teachers leading 2ndth grade STEM classrooms. In addition to her passion for education, she has a heart for the arts.

She has been involved in dozens of musical theater productions across the country, teaches Zumba classes, and is a former cheerleading coach hoping to dust off her pom poms in the near future. Telang is a proud Michigan native. Her most recent adventure was the fulfillment of a childhood dream, spending a year overseas in Iceland playing professional soccer.

Teach for America has brought her back to Nashville in , and looks forward to joining the Valor Team this year! Telang is passionate about mentoring and building fun, trusted relationships. She enjoys spending time with people over tea, riding bikes, rollerblading, or anything outdoors , reading, or playing sports.

Music is her love language; she also loves laughter, pancakes, peanut butter, and a good oatmeal chocolate chip cookie. Buchanan is a native Nashvillian. While in college, Mrs. She helped develop and run a day camp program for year olds in the community which focused on developing perseverance while breaking the cycle of poverty. She loved the work she did with young people in diverse communities and decided to pursue this passion at Valor in When not at Valor, she enjoys hiking with her best friend Ms.

Landry, visiting new countries with her husband, and cheering on the Tennessee Volunteers. Originally from Michigan, I spent five years working with adults with special needs in the role as a mentor.

I taught job and independent living skills to adults seeking employment, with the hopes of one day living independently. After moving to Tennessee, I spent an additional two years working within schools as an associate teacher counselor, as well as an assistant director of an after school program.

I have obtained degrees in both Religion and Education from Liberty University over the last few years. I am currently enrolled in a Masters of Education program, with an emphasis on Special Education. After completing my graduate degree, I aspire to continuing working in the education sector as either a teacher or a counselor. After having graduated with a B. There he served as a mentor, tutor, and role model to at-risk students in a West Philadelphia high school.

After completing his year of service, Dan taught English abroad in South Korea. While abroad, he taught students ages and truly immersed himself in Korean culture. Upon returning home to Philadelphia, Dan committed to becoming a certified teacher. He was soon accepted into the Philadelphia Teaching Fellows program and taught high school and middle school math for 2 years at Mastery Charter campuses.

With the desire to explore a new city and part of the country, he accepted a position at KIPP Academy Nashville last year. Dan is extremely honored and excited to join the Valor community. He is most excited about growing as a teaching professional and forging relationships with both students and colleagues at Valor.

During his free time, you can find him working out, playing or watching basketball, rooting on Philadelphia sports teams, and attempting to learn to cook. He graduated from the University of Pittsburgh with a B.

Derek misses the mountains of Western North Carolina, but is super jazzed to join the Valor team! Ponce is originally from New Orleans, La. She lived in Ecuador, for her middle school and high school years. She also produced the daily morning announcements broadcast for 4 years. She was also the set director for the school play, for 5 years in a row.

In her spare time, she enjoys drawing, painting, photography, reading, and cooking. She loves spending time with family and friends. Ms Ponce is very excited to join the Valor Collegiate Academy team in the school year! Peterson is entering her second year at Valor and is excited to be joining the Voyager team as the Director of Operations. Previously, she was the Operations Coordinator supporting both Valor schools. At Match Education, she supported in-district high school math tutoring programs, including a gold-standard study by the University of Chicago Urban Education Lab on the efficacy of 2: Prior to that, she was a Match Corps Fellow at Match Middle School, where she tutored 6th through 8th graders and supported new school development.

Following graduation, she taught English to small groups of 7th through 12th grade students in rural Spain. In her free time, Ms. Peterson enjoys traveling and exploring new places, diving into a good book, and riding horses. Lindsey is thrilled to join the Valor team as a sixth grade science teacher at Voyager.

Lindsey was born and raised in Kentucky, but made his way to Nashville in Before moving to Music City, Mr. Lindsey taught fifth grade science for two years in Kentucky. While living in Nashville, Mr. Lindsey taught sixth grade science at Liberty Collegiate Academy where his students had the highest state science test scores in all of Nashville that year , and, most recently, Mr.

Lindsey taught third grade literacy and math at Inglewood Elementary in east Nashville. Along with education, Mr. Before teaching in Nashville, Mr. Lindsey loves running, yoga, baking, and spending time with his dog, Payton. She is the only girl of four boys. She loves basketball, reading and her family. She needed to teach and nothing was going to stop her.

She finds great pleasure in educating young minds. Born and raised in Texas, Mrs. VanHook grew up in Austin and received a B. While in college, she gained experience as a volunteer after-school tutor in Fort Worth and participated in a community development project in Nicaragua.

These experiences and the students she met inspired her to pursue a career in teaching. In her free time, she enjoys traveling, reading, playing board games, and going on walks with her husband. Cucci spent an additional two years in Boston as part of the founding team of UP Academy Holland, a turnaround charter school.

She worked as a teacher and behavior interventionist, where she developed a love for helping children succeed in their academic and social emotional skills.

After her time in Boston, Ms. Cucci decided it was time to explore a new part of the country. She moved to Nashville in to teach second grade. She is excited to move to the wonderful world of middle school and join the amazing Valor family! In her spare time, Ms. True to her Colorado roots, she is also an avid hiker and Broncos fan.

Her love of teaching began overseas while working at an orphanage in Cochabamba, Bolivia with children between the ages of 1 to 6. This experience motivated her to launch into a career helping diverse student populations find success both in the classroom and in life. She spent six-months working with Communities in Schools of Richmond, serving at-risk students and helping them to stay in school. In the end, her heart called her back to Bolivia where she spent three years teaching 6th grade and coordinating ESL at the American International School of Bolivia.

Originally from Wilmington, Delaware, Mrs. Aside from attending football games, during her time at Notre Dame, she spent countless hours in area schools volunteering with a conflict-resolution program Take Ten and giving ESL lessons. She continued her formal education from abroad while in Bolivia and completed her M.

After five years overseas, Mrs. In her free time, she enjoys exploring Nashville with her husband, running, reading, and trying her hand at new recipes. After five years overseas, she is excited to be back in the US and looks forward to the year to come! Pratt is a West Virginia native moving to Nashville.

She is currently pursuing her masters in Education Leadership through Marshall University. During the last three years, Mrs. Pratt taught Special Education and had the privilege of working with students of all exceptionalities.

She has a passion for education and lifelong learning opportunities, and cannot wait to join the Valor team in the school year. Pratt and her husband enjoy the outdoors, music, and spending time with friends and family.

They cannot wait to enjoy all the things Nashville has to offer! Russell moved to Nashville to pursue a degree in Public relations, but after accidentally being placed in an Education class, found a love for teaching Elementary and Middle School scholars.

She went on to pursue a degree in Education at Lipscomb University. Outside of teaching, Ms. Russell enjoys spending time reading, watching Science Fiction movies, and seeing live music in all the great spots that Nashville has to offer! Shirey was born and raised in Sparta, MI. Shirey continued teaching middle school English for an additional two years and developed leadership and coaching skills through her role as a grade team leader.

She is honored to serve the Voyager community as an Assistant Principal this year, and looks forward to the many memories and moments of joy to come! Kylea moved from California to Nashville in July of Days after her move, she joined the Voyager team as they prepared for their founding year.

Kylea came to Voyager with 6 years of behavioral support experience, working for a mental health agency as a behavior counselor for at-risk youth.

Kylea just got married this past May and is super excited to start her 3rd year at Voyager as Mrs. Woodson was born and raised in Selma, Alabama. Woodson served with the Best Buddies and Special Olympics programs, making her even more passionate about working with individuals with disabilities.

She is thankful to be returning to Valor for her third year of teaching. In her spare time, Mrs. Woodson enjoys spending time with her husband, playing board games with friends, exploring new restaurants, traveling, and watching Auburn football. Landry was born and raised in Amherst, New Hampshire. After her service year, Ms.

Landry chose to work at Valor for its attention to diversity and passion for social emotional learning. She worked as the 6th grade Math Specialist and is excited to continue this role. Landry is currently in the Nashville Teacher Residency program to pursue her teaching license. Landry enjoys cooking, baking, hiking and hanging out with her best friend Mrs. She earned her B.

During her years as a special education teacher she developed a passion for differentiation in order for her students to reach their fullest potential.

At some point during her first year teaching she went to a local non-profit to get donated books for her classroom and ending up meeting her future husband, JC. They were married a Casa Azafran, right down the street from Valor! At the moment, Makenzie enjoys running at Shelby Park, trying new recipes and drinking large amounts of coffee. Mary is a Nashville native who is so excited to be returning home after living in Washington D. During her time as Student Body President she became passionate about education and college basketball.

She then moved to Washington D. Mary is so excited to be back home in Nashville and join the Valor community! Matt is excited to return to VCA for his second year, having begun his Valor story as an apprentice teacher. Matt is a firm believer in the power of stories, and he is particularly passionate about supporting scholars as they develop their creativity and self-empowerment through writing. When he is not talking to others about expressing themselves or communicating their ideas, Matt can usually be found bicycling, gardening, or spending some quality time with his pet cat, Kiki.

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