Adrienne Hall holds a BA degree in Psychology from Spelman College and a Master’s degree in Social Work from the Whitney M. Young Jr. School of Social Work program at Clark Atlanta University. Because early education is her passion, the last 17 years of her career have been built around advocacy for the children and families in Fulton County Schools and Atlanta Public Schools Systems. She is currently a School Transition Specialist with Atlanta Public Schools Office of Early Learning executing projects such as KinderCamps, School Transition Mini Grants and Cluster Transition Councils geared towards ensuring school readiness for Atlanta’s youth.
Adrienne takes pride in her management of the Cluster School Transition Councils in Atlanta Public Schools which focuses on bridging the gaps between the private and public education sector in order to provide more meaningful school transition experiences for children and families. Her collaborative work with the Head Start partnership facilitated the creation of a Parent Engagement Curriculum and a comprehensive health services plan for children in Atlanta Public Schools System’s Pre-K program. Adrienne has volunteered with the Keep DeKalb Beautiful program and has served as a Field Supervisor for BSW students at Georgia State University. While a native of the Northeast, Adrienne has loved every minute of being a Georgia peach for the last twenty-seven years.