Jami Graham has served 25 years in the education field in a variety of professional capacities. She spent eighteen years serving as an educator for Richmond County Schools, North Carolina. She started her career as a kindergarten teacher in RCS and later moved to a number of leadership roles in the district such as literacy specialist, site-based school administrator, and district level curriculum specialist. She ended her eighteen year career in RCS in the position of Director of K-12 School Improvement and Professional Development. From there, she began a new educational journey as an educational consultant for the NC Department of Public Instruction’s Office of Early Learning. After serving in that capacity for a little over five years, she joined University North Carolina Pembrooke as a NC NTSP Instructional Coach and adjunct faculty member in January of 2019. All of these experiences and professional learning opportunities have built upon my ability to serve as a strong instructional leader and positive change agent.
BS in K-6 Elementary Education, Pembroke State University, 1996
MSA in School Administration and Curriculum Supervision, University of North Carolina, Pembroke, 2007
Areas of Expertise/Licensure:
School Administrator Certification, K-12 Reading Certification Curriculum Instructional Specialist Certification, Elementary Education (K-6 Certification) National Board Certification (2006-2016)