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Baldwin Welcomes New District Leader to the Team

Please join us in welcoming Dr. Dianna Hollins to the Baldwin County School District team. She will serve as the new Coordinator of Assessment and Accountability for the school system.

Dr. Dianna Hollins has served in the educational sector for over 25 years—17 of those years have been in school administration. Prior to becoming a school administrator, Dr. Hollins's vast experience in education included, serving as a third grade teacher, reading coordinator, grade-level chair, co-chair for staff development, Assistant Principal, and Principal designee. She earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Early Childhood Education from the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa, Alabama and received her Masters of Elementary Education from the University of West Alabama. She continued her educational endeavors at the University of West Alabama where she earned her Educational Specialist Degree. In 2008, Dr. Hollins earned her Doctorate in Educational Leadership from Nova Southeastern University.

In 2017, Dr. Hollins received the Outstanding Citizen award from current Georgia governor, Brian Kemp and Senator Donzella James where she was recognized as a Goodwill Ambassador for the State of Georgia. She is also a recipient of the Presidential Lifetime Achievement Award from President Barack Obama. This prestigious award led to Dr. Hollins also receiving a proclamation from the City of Macon and Mayor Richard Reichert declaring that September 24th as Dr. Dianna Ross-Hollins Day. Dr. Dianna Hollins is the mother of two daughters, Shykeria and Ayreanna.

She is thrilled to be joining the BCSD team of professionals and looks forward to the great work that lies ahead.

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