Kimberly Mcintyre » Bio



Lincoln Memorial University 2011 EdS in Administration

Union College  2009 M.A. in Educational Leadership-Curriculum & Instruction

Tusculum College 2005 B.S. in K-6 Elementary Education; Additional Endorsements in 7-12 Biology, 7-8 Langage Arts, and       K-12 Reading Specialist

ETSU 1999 B.S. in Criminal Justice

WSCC 1997 A.S. in Legal Studies

Chuckey-Doak High School 1995 Honor Graduate


Walters State Communtiy College (2010-Present) 

Greeneville High School (2006-Present)

Tusculum College Upward Bound Program (2006-2014)

Chuckey-Doak High School (2005-2006)


          I graduated with honors from Chuckey-Doak High School in 1995.  I went to East Tennessee State University and graduated in 1999 with a Bachelors degree in Criminal Justice.  While attending East Tennessee State University, I attended Walters State Community College where I received an Associates Degree in Business (Legal Assistant.)  After graduating college in 1999, I began working in the Legal Department at Forward Air.  I worked for Forward Air for two years until I had the opportunity to work as a paralegal for a private law firm in Greeneville.  I enjoyed working as a Paralegal and I formed a lot of positive relationships while in that capacity.

          After several years of working as a Paralegal, I decided to return to college to get my teaching degree.  I acquired my teaching certificate from Tusculum College in 2005.  I also have a Master's Degree in Educational Leadership from Union College and an Educational Specialist Degree in Administration from LMU.  I have now been an educator for ten years.  I taught my first year at Chuckey-Doak High School and have taught at Greeneville High School for the past thirteen years.

          I enjoy spending time with my family, running, and playing sports.