Madison County Schools Superintendent David Gilliam has selected Alicia Hunter to serve as the district's Chief Academic Officer. Hunter has served as the district's Instructional Supervisor since November 2017.
“We are excited to have Mrs. Hunter take on this role in the district,” said Superintendent David Gilliam. “We are confident her leadership skills will be an asset to the district as we continue to provide quality instruction for students across the district.”
Hunter came to Madison County Schools in 2008 in the role of assistant principal at Madison Southern. She became principal of Farristown Middle School when the school opened in 2011. Her previous experience includes serving as a Gap Reduction Specialist at Bryan Station High School in Fayette County, a high school English/Language Arts literacy Specialist in the Fayette County Public Schools and teaching roles at Bryan Station High School, Henry Clay High School and as a missionary teacher in Brazil for the Kentucky Baptist Partnership. Hunter’s career in education began in 1994.
In 2016, Hunter received the Distinguished Principal Credential from the National Institute for School Leadership (NISL).
Hunter earned her Bachelor of Arts in Education from the University of Kentucky, her Master of Arts in Secondary English Education from Georgetown College and her Master of Arts in Instructional Leadership from Eastern Kentucky University.