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Quentin Lee, Ed.D.

Quentin J. Lee, Ed.D., has worked for the Talladega County School system in Alabama for 15 years as a band director, assistant principal and now principal of Childersburg High School where he’s focused on promoting the power of relationships between students and schools. Lee is known for creating videos to engage with the communities he serves, including three videos dealing with COVID-19. His video featuring the MC Hammer hit "U Can't Touch This" garnered over 6 million views on YouTube and led to interviews on “Fox and Friends,” “Good Morning America,” “The Today Show” and CNN. During the pandemic, Lee also hosted "Kicking It With Dr. Lee," virtual sessions during which he provided information to his students, played games and offered ACT prep. Lee is a member of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Incorporated and is affiliated with the Council for Leadership in Alabama Schools (CLAS), the Alabama Education Association (AEA), the Dynamic Learning Project for Administrators, the National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP) and Our Voice Academy. He’s also a Central Alabama 40 Under 40 inaugural class member, received the Go Be Great Award from Varsity Brands International, and was named the Alabama Alliance of Black School Educators Principal of the Year for 2020. Lee has a bachelor’s degree from Alabama A&M University, a master’s from Samford University, an educational specialist degree from Jacksonville State University and a doctoral degree in educational leadership from Samford University.

Quentin Lee, Ed.D.
Childersburg High School

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