Ms. Hundley has experienced firsthand the positive impact that transformational educators and leaders can have in giving all students an equal fighting chance at succeeding in life.
Ms. Hundley was a 2009 Teach for America Corps member, teaching seventh and eighth grade English, advanced English and special education at Paul Public Charter School in northwest Washington, D.C. Additionally, among other roles, she served as grade level team leader, Special Education Department chair, ANET student work analysis coordinator, track and field coach, summer school teacher and summer school principal. Besides delivering classroom results, she also led a team to academic success using skills developed through the New Leaders for New Schools Emerging Leaders program.
In 2012, Ms. Hundley became a dean of academics and students culture at Friendship’s Chamberlain campus while continuing her development through New Leaders’ Aspiring Principals program. Firmly focused on the empowerment of education, Ms. Hundley helped lead her Chamberlain team to Tier I status. She takes enormous pride in shifts in students’ and teachers’ beliefs on what underperforming students can accomplish, students advocating for their learning needs, building trusting relationships with students and families, and inspiring teachers to follow in her footsteps.
Ms. Hundley most recently advanced her leadership development through a yearlong program called Relay Graduate School’s National Principals Fellowship Academy, graduating in May 2016. At Armstrong, she looks forward to continuing her mission to provide a world-class educational community in which all students can achieve at the highest level.