Nadia Hall graduated from Robert E. Lee High School located in Tyler, Tx. She earned her Bachelors in English from the University of Texas at Tyler, a Masters in Educational Leadership from LeTourneau University and her ED.S. in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of West Florida, where she is currently working toward a Doctoral degree.
During Mrs. Hall’s educational career, she has served both as freshman and junior ELA instructor, a mentor in the Genesis program for “At Risk” students as well as an Assistant Principal.
Mrs. Hall is now serving as the District Coordinator for all Alternative Education programs in Chapel Hill Independent School District. Motivated by the mission, she fervently believes that making sound and positive investments into the lives of all children, will yield bountiful results both academically and personally thus making the educational system one of the greatest vehicles used to evoke societal change.