Dr. Doris Thompson - is married to Willie Thompson Jr. The couple have two children, Keisha and Amber, along with one grandson name Lathan. Thompson is a longtime veteran educator having worked in education for more than 33 years. She has worked in Higher Education as an Adjunct Professor at Mississippi Valley State University for the past 18 years. Thompson is a 1973 graduate of Greenville Public School District. She holds a BS Degree from Delta State University; a Masters in Early Childhood Education from Nova University, and a doctoral degree in Elementary, Middle, and High School Administration from Mississippi State University. Thompson is a true public servant, who has devoted and dedicated her career to supporting and educating children in the Mississippi Delta.
Jan J. Vaughn, is a product of GPSD and believes in Public Education. She credits the Teachers and Administrators of GPSD for her strong foundation and success in life. She is a proud Graduate of Greenville High School, Tougaloo College, and Delta State University, where she earned her Masters in Education. She is also a Licensed Social Worker, licensed by the Mississippi State Board of Examiners and a member of Mercy Seat M.B. Church. She is married and the mother of three, who are also products of GPSD. You don't make progress by standing on the sidelines, whimpering and complaining. You make progress by implementing ideas. - Shirley Chisholm
Shirley Cartlidge - was born in Indianola; she grew up and completed high school in Leland. She continued her education at Mississippi Valley State University and earned a bachelor's degree in English; additionally, she earned a master's degree in English and in Administration & Supervision from Delta State University. Cartlidge was trained with the Mississippi Writing Thinking Institute from Mississippi State University and also is a graduate of the Delta Area Writing Project (an affiliate of the National Writing Project of California). Additional training included studies at Tuskegee Institute. She currently also serves as President of the Women's Auxiliary to Washington General Baptist Association. She is a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. and Eta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. She is married to Dr. Arthur Cartlidge.
Emmanuel Edmond, Profile Coming
Antoinette Williams is a native of Leland, MS where she lived until moving to Columbus, Georgia at the age of 13. After graduating high school, Williams returned to Mississippi and attended Delta State University where she studied Business Administration. Antoinette is married to Mr. Christopher Williams and together they have five children who are current and future students of Greenville Public School District. Antoinette serves as the Program Director for Child Care Solutions where she has the pleasure of helping children all over the state receive healthy meals daily. She truly believes and lives by the quote "Do the right things for the right reasons the right way and everything will be fine."
Dorian E. Turner -School Board Attorney