Dr. Rhonda Walters earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in secondary education at Georgia Southern University. She then began teaching English at Fitzgerald High School in Ben Hill County. She later added a master’s degree in instructional technology/media and served as the media specialist at A.S. Clark Elementary School in Crisp County for seven years. In 2003, Dr. Walters moved to Perry where she became the media specialist at Perry High School in Houston County. She later earned a specialist degree in curriculum and administration as well as a doctorate degree in leadership from Nova Southeastern University. Dr. Walters and her husband, Chad, have two children, Chandler and Anna.