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Susan Williams, Guidance Counselor Calloway County High School
2003 began Susan Williams' 21st year as an educator. Currently employed as a guidance counselor at Calloway County High School—a position she has held for four years—she has worked in the Calloway County School district for 13 years. Prior to taking the guidance position, she taught in the alternative education/at risk/drop out prevention program at Calloway County High School.
Susan earned her Master's degree and Rank I in secondary guidance and counseling from Murray State University and her undergraduate degree in biology from Lambuth University.
Regarding her current position, Susan says, "I love my job!" She looks forward to discussing the impact that our societal changes have on our students.
Regina Parham, Guidance Counselor Ft Campbell Middle School
Regina Brown-Parham has resided in Clarksville, TN for 40 years. Regina earned a B.S. Degree in Education from Bluefield State College in Bluefield, West Virginia, and a Master’s in Education/Psychology and Rank I in Guidance and Counseling from Western Kentucky University.
Her teaching career began in 1960 in the public schools of Alleghany County, Sparta, NC. In 1963, she took a position with the Fort Campbell School System where she served as an instructor and later as a Media Center Specialist. Her guidance career began in 1976 with the Fort Campbell, KY School System.
In 1989, she was selected as “Outstanding Educator” for the Clarksville-Fort Campbell Community. She has earned her certification as a “Skilled Communicator” and is a certified International Training In Communication (ITC) Communications Dynamics Instructor. In 1998, she placed third worldwide in the International Speech Contest. She conducts motivational and leadership seminars and has traveled extensively doing public speaking engagements.
Louvenia Russell Peavie, Guidance Counselor Ft Campbell High School
Louvenia Russell Peavie is a native Kentuckian. However she has lived in Clarksville, Tennessee since 1966. She earned a B.S. in Office Administration and Sociology and an MS in Psychology from Austin Peay. She received her Doctorate of Education in Administration from the University of Louisville.
Louvenia has been in education for 25 years and is currently a Guidance Counselor for the Fort Campbell School System. She is an independent representative of ACN, marketing telecommunications and energy services. She is an active member of her community and The Liberty Church, where she serves on the Executive Council. She has been a member of International Training in Communication (ITC) for 22 years.
Louvenia conducts training on the local and national level in the areas of leadership, communication, change, and diversity. She is president and lead trainer for Peavie & Associates and a part-time consultant for Leadership Strategies, Bowling Green, Kentucky. One of her greatest joys is watching young people grow and develop into productive citizens.
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