Dr. Ronnie Mincey has served in Tennessee public education with the Union County School System for twenty-one years. He has served as third, fifth, and sixth-grade teacher for eight years at Luttrell Elementary School, principal of Sharps Chapel Elementary School for seven years, principal of Luttrell Elementary for one year, assistant principal of Maynardville Elementary School for one year, and Coordinator of Elementary Curriculum for the Union County Schools for one year. He currently serves as Supervisor of Federal Programs.
Dr. Mincey received a B.A. in English (1987), an M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction (1990), and an Ed.S. in Educational Administration and Supervision (1994) from Lincoln Memorial University in Harrogate, TN. He holds Tennessee teaching endorsements in Elementary Grades 1-9, English Grades 7-12, History Grades 7-12, the Professional Administrator's License PreK-12, and Supervisor of Attendance.
Prior to his tenure in the Union County Schools, Dr. Mincey served as an English tutor in the Academic Support Center at LMU and taught communication grades 9-12 in LMU's Upward Bound Program. He has also served briefly as an adult education teacher in Union County.
Angela Davis Henderlight is a Federal Programs Administrative Assistant. She previously served as a library assistant at Horace Maynard Middle School. She and her husband reside in Andersonville and have two children, Chasity and Noah.