Kamye Hugley is a passionate education professional who works to support student-level impact in order for all students to receive an equitable education. Her experience working in schools fuels her desire to provide all students a quality education.
Kamye has served as a Head Start Teacher with Broward County Public Schools and as an Intensive Reading Teacher for grades 9, 11, and 12 with The School District of Palm Beach County. As a nonprofit leader, Kamye has coached and trained AmeriCorps members serving across multiple grade levels in delivering quality literacy and math interventions to students. A self-proclaimed bibliophile, she believes early literacy rooted in equity can cultivate young children’s curiosity and positive identity development.
A native of Fort Lauderdale, FL, Kamye is a proud graduate of Broward County Public Schools. She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from the University of Florida and a Master of Science degree in Reading (K-12) from Barry University. Kamye started her career in education as a D.C. Region Corps Member with Teach For America, serving as a Head Start Teacher in Prince George’s County, MD. A lover of exercise and dessert, she resides in South Florida with her husband, Anthony.