Heather Hall

Heather brings her love of travel to the profession, as a Fulbright Scholar in Ghana, she learned how to understand and celebrate other cultures. A skill she passes on to students via study abroad trips. Her passion for the arts can be seen in her work on the board of the Halsey Gallery of Contemporary Art and her work coordinating college student experiences with Heart: An inclusive arts community for adults with special needs. Finally, her advocacy and leadership within the community is evident in her service on the Governor appointed Charleston County Disabilities Board. 


Heather Hall began her education career as a graduate of the College of Charleston’s Teacher Education Program and taught in a variety of special education settings in the local area. She pursued her Master’s in Education at The Citadel, where she explored culturally relevant literacies. She is a certified literacy specialist, accredited in ESOL and gifted and talented education. Heather will present her doctoral dissertation in Spring 2023 at the University of South Carolina examining growth in pre-service teacher beliefs about culturally relevant literacies as a result of curricular intervention.