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Tamesha Dabney
Alumni News
Temesha D. Dabney [MEd '06] has been appointed to be principal of A.G. Richardson Elementary School, Culpeper County Public Schools. Dr. Tony Brads, the school division's superintendent, said in a statement. "It is very exciting that we have found such a wonderful candidate in Ms. Dabney. Her wealth of experience in elementary education and community engagement will well serve the A.G. Richardson community." The new principal is expected to begin work officially on July 1. She is now the principal of Oakland Elementary School in Suffolk, where she has served since 2013. Dabney began teaching in 2000 with Portsmouth Public Schools, where she taught the second and third grades before transferring to Suffolk Public Schools in 2005. Dabney was hired as the assistant principal at Booker T. Washington Elementary School in 2007, and was promoted to become its principal in 2010. Dabney brings with her broad schooling and years of service in education, Culpeper County Public Schools said. She earned a master's degree in administration and K-12 supervision from Cambridge College, a bachelor's degree in interdisciplinary studies/early childhood education from Norfolk State University, and an associate's degree in early childhood education from Tidewater Community College. "I am very excited to join CCPS and the A.G. Richardson family!" Dabney said. "I am truly looking forward to meeting the staff, students, families and community members of A.G. Richardson Elementary School."
Faculty Spotlight
Steve Kelley, a Senior Instructor in the School of Undergraduate Studies at Cambridge College, is a successful entrepreneur, a real estate developer, a public speaker, a personal coach and mentor, and an author. He just released his second book, “Break the Curse: A Template for Change,” in which he shares how to beat the odds and achieve extraordinary success. Steve overcame a rare brain cancer in 2018 and has emerged stronger and more resolved to share his philosophy of reframing our perspectives and positivity with the world. Steve lives life to the fullest and brings encouragement and joy to all who have the pleasure of knowing him. He resides in the Boston area in a multi-generational home with his wife Susan, two adult sons, and his beloved grandchildren.