Alicia Campbell is an educator with 25 years of experience primarily in the field of special education. She is currently a Special Education Administrator for Houston County Schools in Georgia. Alicia holds a B.S. in Early Childhood Education from Mercer University, a M.Ed. in Behavior Disorders from Georgia Southwestern State University, and an Ed.D. in Curriculum Studies from Georgia Southern University. Alicia is a member of the Georgia Association of Educational Leaders, Georgia Council of Administrators of Special Education and the Council for Exceptional Children. She is also leading the statewide initiative in Houston County for Student Success: Imagine the Possibilities (SSIP) which is aimed at raising the high school graduation rates for students with disabilities. Alicia and her husband, Lee, reside in Kathleen, GA and have two children, Kelsey and Witt.