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Jamie Williams joins Bailey Education Group


Jamie Williams, a former teacher, assistant principal, and principal, is joining the Bailey Education Group as a project manager specializing in leadership coaching and managing our work with school districts.  Jamie is certified in Elementary Education, Special Education, Psychometry, and School Administration, thus allowing her to serve schools and districts in many capacities. “We are excited to welcome Jamie to our team and look forward to leveraging her broad experience to serve schools and improve the lives of all children” commented Pat Ross, Vice President.

Williams has statewide relationships having worked throughout Mississippi. Her skills include instructional leadership, academic administration, federal programs, budget administration.  “Jamie will be a great addition to our leadership coaches,” furthered Ross.

“I am excited about working with Bailey Education Group,” commented Williams.  “I believe in offering children the best, and I look forward continuing the work Bailey has done throughout the state.

Williams is a graduate of University of Southern Miss, William Carey University.  She resides in Vancleave, MS with her husband, husband Harry.  Together they have four children – Gabrielle who is a teacher in Alabama, daughter Tarryn, a pharmacy technician, son Dylan who is a mechanical engineer, and son Ethan who just graduated from high school.


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