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Kelly J Huddleston was born of gypsies and raised by a pack of wolves in north-western and later south-eastern Wisconsin. Seriously though, she spent her early days eating cheese and going to school only blocks from Lambeau Field in Green Bay. She is a true Cheesehead, and even named her dog Packer after her beloved team.  After graduating from college, she realized how much she hated being cold so she moved to San Antonio where she met and married her husband Matthew, who later brought them to Nashville.  Kelly is the proud mother of two sons, ages 10 and 5.  She thanks God for them every day, for the joy and laughter they bring to their home.

Kelly has a B.B.A. from the University of Wisconsin at Eau Claire, and after realizing she really didn’t like working in the business world, she began teaching.  Her first three years in the classroom were spent teaching business classes at an inner-city public school in the Edgewood Independent School District of San Antonio.  After moving to Nashville, Kelly began teaching technology and journalism classes at a private, Christian, college-prep school, and she is still there today, beginning her fifteenth year this fall.  She received her M.Ed. from Lipscomb University in 2006 and has just begun her MBA at Trevecca University.

Besides teaching, Kelly has also coached competitive women’s gymnastics for over 13 years. She enjoys graphic design, web design, studying First Amendment cases that have an impact on student press law, singing, traveling about the world with her husband of 12 years, fine European chocolate, and Wisconsin Grassland extra sharp cheddar cheese.

Kelly would like to earn her Ph.D. someday as well as continue to be able to travel the world cheaply and sample all the chocolate the world has to offer.

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29 08 2011
Students Learn to Create a Business - Tech Skills How To

[…] If you are interested in the details of this project for your own use in your classroom, or if you are interested in Kelly's perspective on the Innovative Education Forum, please contact Kelly via her blog. For more about Kelly click here. […]




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