Educator Tackles Community College Board Role

Melanie Kay-Wyatt ’92, M.Ed. ’07 represents Spotsylvania County on the Germanna Community College Board.

In June, the Spotsylvania County, Virginia, Board of Supervisors appointed Melanie Kay-Wyatt ’92, M.Ed. ’07 to a four-year term representing the county on the Germanna Community College Board.

Kay-Wyatt, director of Human Resources at Spotsylvania County Public Schools, has nearly two decades of public-school education experience, including time as principal of Walker-Grant Middle School in Fredericksburg. Kay-Wyatt is past president of the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development International, chair of the ASCD International Board of Directors, and president-elect of the Virginia ASCD Board of Directors.

She earned a doctorate in educational leadership at Virginia Commonwealth University; a master of education in educational leadership from the University of Mary Washington; a master of science in education from Old Dominion University; and a bachelor of science in business administration from Mary Washington College. She was Jaycees Educator of the Year in 2006 and James Monroe High School Teacher of the Year in 2004.

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