Dr. Howard-Hall is a native of Savannah and a product of the Savannah-Chatham County Public School System graduating from Tompkins High School. She is a retired educator of 32 years and worked as a classroom teacher, District REP (Remedial Education Program) Lead Math Teacher, District Parent Liaison and Central Office Administrator.
Dr. Howard-Hall has a passion for education and her top priority is to ensure that all students are college and career ready. She brings over three decades of teaching experience, school and district budgeting, knowledge of school improvement initiatives, and a track record of working with students, parents, teachers and school administrators to promote success.
Dr. Howard-Hall’s Leadership Experience includes: Facilitation of school improvement initiatives; Provided professional development to teachers, school administrators and parents; Extensive experience with state and federal audits; Revised and approved school improvement plans for public, charter and private schools; Assisted with preparing budgets for a combined 18 million dollars in federal funds; Written and revised district policies for implementing federal mandates; and Experience with curriculum and grant writing.
Dr. Howard-Hall is a retired highly qualified teacher with the following certifications: Early Childhood Education, Elementary Education, Middle School (6-8): Social Studies and Curriculum & Instruction K-12. She pledges to be that strong voice and listening ear for our children and our community. Dr. Howard-Hall will always keep focused on what is most important: providing ALL children in our schools with every opportunity to excel.
Dr. Howard-Hall is actively involved in several civic and community organizations including Living Hope Community Fellowship (Praise & Worship Team Leader, Music Ministry Core Leader, Camp Hope/Vacation Bible School Teacher); Chatham County Democratic Committee; Rice Creek Community Association, Woodville Community Association, West Savannah Community Association, Carver Heights Community Association; Georgia Retired Educators Association, Inc. and Chatham Retired Educators Association, Inc.
Dr. Howard- Hall lives in Port Wentworth with her husband, Julius Hall. They have a blended family of three children Gabrielle, Chancellor and Stardacia. All three of their children are graduates of the Savannah-Chatham County Public School System.
Term of Service:
January 1, 2023– Jan. 1, 2027
Education: Florida A & M University, Bachelor of Science degree, Cambridge College, Masters of Education degree,
University of Sarasota, Educational Specialist, University of Sarasota, Educational Doctorate degree.
Occupation: Retired Educator
Phone: (912) 441-5471