Charelle earned an undergraduate degree in middle grades education and a Master of Arts in instructional technology education from East Carolina University. Charelle taught sixth grade math at East Millbrook Middle School in Raleigh where she was recognized as having a model classroom while implementing a district-wide intervention program. She has also taught seventh grade math and social studies before serving as instructional facilitator at Heritage Middle in Wake Forest. Additionally, she served as intervention and school improvement team members and co-chair of the equity leadership team. Charelle recently assisted with planning and developing Wake County's first young women's summit, “Free to Be...ME!”, for middle and high school female students. Charelle can be reached at email@example.com.
CHARELLE LOVETT IS A NCSU PRINCIPAL FELLOW Class 26
The North Carolina State University (NCSU) Principal Fellows program is an all Principal Fellows cohort program that prepares school leaders to work in North Carolina public schools. The program includes a merit-based scholarship loan while the Fellow completes the Master's of School Administration program at NC State. The program involves a year of academics and a year of full-time administrative internship. Upon completion of the two-year Principal Fellows program, Fellows will be prepared to lead North Carolina Schools. NCSU Principal Fellows Class 26 began the program Summer 2019 and will graduate in May 2021.