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Education

EDUCATIONAL PREPARATION

Valdosta State University (Fall 2013 – To Date)

  • Currently, pursuing a Doctoral Degree (Leadership, Performance Based)

Nova Southeastern University

  • Specialist Degree (BrainSmart- Brain Research in Education, 9/16/2010)

University of South Carolina

  • Masters of Art in Teaching (MAT, Special Education-Learning Disabilities, 12/28/2006)

Columbia College

  • M. Ed. (Master of Education in Divergent Learning, 12/15/2001)

Troy State University

  • MS (Criminal Justice Management, 9/21/1983)

Henderson State University

  • BS (Social Work/Sociology/Military Science, 5/16/1980)

Hampton University (Hampton, Virginia)

  • Continuing Ed. Credits (IEP & Exceptional Child; Parent / Professional Relation; Mainstreaming), 3 Sem. hrs.

East Carolina University

  • Research Methods in Social Work (Tests & Measurement) 3 Sem. hrs. 


Experience

TEACHING EXPERIENCES (SPECIFIC)                                                                                                                                                                          

Mrs. Hatcher made a successful career change in 2000 from performing as a military officer, a social services specialist in both the military and civilian sectors, and school social worker to her current role as a Special Education Resource Teacher in the Crawford County Schools System.

From the fall of 2008 to the present, Mrs. Hatcher was hired by the Crawford County Schools system to perform in the role of a Special Education Resource Teacher at Crawford County Middle School. She continues to perform in the capacity of a resource teacher at Crawford County Middle School to date.

During the period between 2000-2006, as Mrs. Hatcher pursued two advanced degrees in South Carolina, she performed as a Substitute Teacher, Teacher Assistant, and an Instructional Support Specialist in the Lexington and Richland Counties of School District Five (South Carolina). 

After receiving her teacher’s certification in December of 2006, Mrs. Hatcher performed as a Special Education Resource Teacher in South Carolina (School District Five, spring of 2007 at two high schools weekly; during the fall of 2007 and spring of 2008 at the middle-grade level).



Bio

WORK EXPERIENCES (INCLUSIVE)

Present to 2008: Perform in the role of a Special Education Resource Teacher at Crawford County Middle School in Roberta, Georgia.       2008-2007: Performed as a Special Education Resource Teacher in South Carolina (School District Five, Spring of 2007 at two high schools weekly; during Fall 2007 and Spring of 2008 at the middle-grade level).                                                                                     2006-2000: Pursued two advanced degrees in South Carolina while performed as a Substitute Teacher, Teacher Assistant, and an Instructional Support Specialist in the Lexington and Richland Counties of School District Five (South Carolina).                                     2000-1999: Performed as an administrative support assistant at Fort Jackson, SC at the Department of Defense Polygraph Institute.         1999-1998: Performed in the capacity of a civilian Bio-Chemical Testing Coordinator.                                                                   1998-1996: Established the Air Force Drug Demand Reduction Program and carried out the duties of the Program Manager for the 374th Medical Group’s Mental Health Clinic on Yokota Air Force Base, Japan.                                                                                     1995-1994: Performed as the first school Social Worker for the Fort Bragg, NC schools’ Exceptional Children’s Programs.                   1994-1992: Performed dual roles as the Goodwill Industries (Eastern North Carolina, Inc. in Fayetteville, North Carolina) Vocational Evaluator and Work Adjustment Coordinator.                                                                                                                       1992-1991: Performed as the Supported Employment and Supported Living Coordinator for a newly created grant program which she established at Leavenworth, KS.                                                                                                                                       1991-1988: Performed in the role of Mainstreaming/Resource Coordinator for the Mainstreaming Program at the Hampton University Laboratory School in Hampton, VA.                                                                                                                                 1988-1987: Appointed as the Exceptional Family Member Program Coordinator for the Bremerhaven, Germany and Northern Germany Military Community.                                                                                                                                                          1986-1985: Performed as an Instructor for Central Texas College and the Systematic Training for Effective Parenting Class while stationed at Caserma Ederle, Italy.                                                                                                                                           1985-1983: Completed her active duty military commitment and began her career path in the civilian sector both on military installations and in civilian communities.                                                                                                                                         1983-1980 (Military Career):                                                                                                                                                                                 Upon receiving an Officer commission of Second Lieutenant via the Henderson State University ROTC Program in May of 1980, Mrs. Hatcher accepted the challenge to proudly serve on active duty for 3 years and 3 years in the inactive reserves. In June of 1980, Mrs. Hatcher entered the U.S. Army and completed the three months Military Police Officers’ Basic Course at Fort McClellan, Al. Upon completion of the basic course, Mrs. Hatcher was assigned to the 988th MP Company at Fort Benning, GA. Initially, she performed as a Platoon Leader of a combat support military police company and deployed to Fort Chaffee, AR two weeks after assignment in support of the Cuban Refugee Resettlement Operation. During Mrs. Hatcher’s three year tour at Fort Benning GA, she performed as the Law Enforcement Command’s first female Correctional Officer which led to the appointment of other females after her tenure. Mrs. Hatcher also was appointed to perform as the Assistant Adjutant for the Provost Marshal’s Office. Additionally, Mrs. Hatcher performed numerous other duties simultaneously with her primary ones; Military Police Duty Officer after duty hours and weekends, Supply Officer, and Tax Officer.