• Miss Kadeshia L. Freeman

    Content Areas: Personal Finance and Economics / Sociology

    2022-2023 Academic Decathlon

    Email: freemka@boe.richmond.k12.ga.us

    Tutoring Opportunities: TBD

     

     

    Bio:

    My key philosophy in life can be summarized with the saying you may not ALWAYS get what you receive but you ALWAYS reap what you sow. I am the product of God's grace, resiliency, and hard work. I am a firm believer that we do not have to be a product of our circumstances, but through education, knowledge, and a sense of purpose, we can all thrive and seek to be the best version of ourselves. I was born and raised in a small town in Southeast Georgia. Even though there was a village of amazing people who helped raise me and lay the foundation of my life, I am thankful to my parents and siblings. I served in the Air Force for eight years as an Intelligence Analyst and earned an Associate’s Degree in Computer Information Technology. I then earned my Bachelors in Arts in United States History from American Military University, primarily focusing on African American History and U.S History to 1877. I am currently working on my master’s degree in teaching with a concentration in Secondary Education in History at Augusta University. It was put on my heart and a part of my given purpose to be an educator and to share my love of history and learning with not just the younger generation but anyone that I encounter and has a positive impact on my local community.

     In my free time I enjoy reading anything history related, watching true crime or history documentaries, and hanging out with my partner, three dogs, family, and friends. I enjoy watching and playing sports, specifically softball and baseball. I am open to learning different perspectives and learning new things. I look forward to spending the upcoming 2022-2023 school year with you all. This will be a year of success, learning, and positivity. And remember it does not matter HOW or WHERE you start, but where you finish.

     

    Forever Learning,

     

    Miss Freeman

Air Force