Tashiana Ivy has spent her career dedicated to ensuring students in urban environments have high-quality educational experiences both inside and outside of the classroom. Mrs. Ivy has served as the principal Albert Hill Middle School for three years. Prior to her time at Albert Hill she was an assistant principal at Martin Luther King Jr., Middle School, directly supporting teachers in educating the whole child and equipping students for success. Mrs. Ivy served for eleven years as a middle and high school Science and Math teacher in Richmond Public Schools. Mrs. Ivy earned a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Biology from Spelman College and a Master’s in Educational Leadership from Virginia Commonwealth University.
Meet Assistant Principal- Ms. Jessica Ford
Ms. Jessica Ford has committed herself to the field of education for more than ten years. She obtained her Bachelor of Arts degree from Norfolk State University, Master of Education from Georgia State University, Educational Specialist degree from Regent University, P-12 Administration & Supervision certification from the University of West Georgia, and currently finishing her Doctor of Education from Virginia State University in Educational Administration & Supervision. She has had the pleasure of working with students ranging in age from Kindergarten through 12th grade in various roles. She served in the capacity of a high school and middle grades mathematics educator, an elementary mathematics interventionist, a K-8 mathematics instructional coach, a Central Office Administrator, serving as the district Coordinator of Professional Learning, and most recently, High School Assistant Principal.