Brooke Beecham has been named the Academic Director for Alabama School for the Blind (ASB).
“We are incredibly pleased to have Ms. Brooke Beecham return to ASB as Academic Director,” said Alan Nunn, Principal, ASB. “Her experience with students who are blind or visually impaired and her familiarity with our students makes her an invaluable resource. Because of her previous experience at ASB, we have had a smooth transition in the Academic Department. We are all excited to have her back home at ASB!”
Beecham earned a Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science and Wellness from Jacksonville State University. She went on to earn a Master of Arts in Elementary Education from the University of Phoenix Online and A Master of Science in Special Education with a Concentration in Visual Impairment from the University of North Dakota.
Beecham began her career as an Elementary Teacher at Victory Christian School in Pell City, Alabama. She then joined ASB as a teacher where she started the Family, Career and Community Leaders of America organization on campus. She then became a Collaborative Special Education Teacher at Oxford Middle School in Oxford, Alabama before returning to ASB as Academic Director.
"I am thrilled to have returned to ASB because, to me, this is home,” said Beecham. “I genuinely missed my ASB family and am excited to serve as Academic Director where I can support students in reaching their limitless potential.”