Youth Advocate, Family Resource Programmer, GA Lottery Pre-K Director For Appletree Academy, Inc.
Equipped with a strong educational and ethical philosophy, trademark spirit for children, youth advocate, Kiki Hall, has spawned a fan base with an impeccable listing of accomplishments here in the Clarkston community for our children’s prominent future ahead. Having established herself as a Director of Pre-K in the field of early childhood education at Apple Tree Learning Center and Academy, Ms. Hall’s dedication to youth and academic influences continues to transcend barriers of race, creed, and culture beyond the classroom empowering the young minds from ages 0 through 18. Ms. Hall has served as an Infant/Toddler Teacher, Preschool teacher, Afterschool and Summer Camp Teacher, and a Georgia Lottery Pre-K Teacher for more than 12 years. Ms. Hall is currently operating as a Pre-K Site Director and Transitional Coach for low income families preparing children for kindergarten.
Ms. Hall’s community activities/collaborative attributes include: 2015 Member of the DeKalb Partners of Early Learning Committee; 2015 GA Lottery Transitional Coach for Rising Kindergarteners; Love, Read, Learn Project for Georgia Lottery Funded Pre-K Program 2009 - 2011; DeKalb Collaborative Resource Coordinator Program 2010-2011; Member of the Clarkston Business Association; Partnership with Friends of Refugees “Mommy and Me” ESL Program and the Refugee Family Services in Stone Mountain; collaborative with Clarkston Community Center and Library, DeKalb Technical College Conference Center and Goodwill Industries of North Georgia Career Center; and collaborative volunteer efforts with former Clarkston Mayor Ted Terry and City Manager Keith Barker with Clarkston City Hall.
For over 12 years, Ms. Hall continues to demonstrate leadership, providing programs and services expanding opportunities for educational, economic, cultural, and social growth. Her abilities serving in Resource Programming within the Clarkston community provides services to strengthen and support parents and youth, connecting them with community resources, volunteer opportunities, and promotes family engagement for our youth’s future, destined to reach their full potential.