Samford University’s Orlean Beeson School of Education, in partnership with the nonprofit Hope Institute, welcomes 10 esteemed educators into the inaugural class of Hope Fellows. The Hope Fellows program brings together school leaders that are passionate about character development to advocate, lead and inspire others to cultivate communities of character in educational settings. Fellows are selected based on their commitment to personal and professional character development and their potential to motivate other educators.
The class of 2022 Hope Fellows are:
Antonio Cooper, Director of Curriculum and Instruction, Vestavia Hills City Schools
Andrea Hamner, Principal, Tuscaloosa County Schools
Alicia Hunsberger, Ed.D. ’18, Principal, Vestavia Hills City Schools
TaShara King, Principal, i3 Academy
Quentin J. Lee, Ed.D. ’17, Superintendent, Talladega City Schools
John Lowry, Ed.D. ’14, Director of Academic Programs and Services, Homewood City Schools
Susan McCall, Assistant Principal, Vestavia Hills City Schools
Gregory Moore, Ed.D. ’21, Principal, St. Clair County Schools
Jimmy Shaw, Ed.D. ’13, Superintendent, Florence City Schools
Benjamin White, Ed.S. ’19, Principal, Tuscaloosa County Schools
Congratulations to the class of 2022 Hope Fellows!