Dr. Holly Kay Graham joined the faculty of Campbellsville University the fall of 2021, transitioning from her position as an education pastor in the Great Smokey Mountains of Eastern Tennessee. She served eleven years in the public school system where she taught 8th grade English/Language Arts (ELA), and she directed a Response to Intervention (RTI) program serving around three-hundred students. Before that, she served cross-culturally as a career missionary in Eastern Europe for six years doing sports evangelism and teaching English to language learners.
Holly’s research has been in small groups and the effectiveness in the classroom.
Published Works: Graham,HK. (2017) A Study of Small Groups in the Middle School Reading Classroom. [Dissertation, CarsonNewmanUniversity]https://classic.cn.edu/libraries/tiny_mce/tiny_mce/plugins/filemanager/files/Dissertations/DissertaionsFall2017/Holly_Graham.pdf
Degrees/Certification: Murray State University, BS (1998); Lee University, MAT (2011); Lee University, EdS (2014); Carson Newman University, EdD in Leadership and Curriculum (2017); Tennessee middle grades certified teacher and a Tennessee principal’s license.