Alisha Hall has been the Family and Consumer Sciences teacher at Perry Middle School since 2006. She serves as adviser to the Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) where she has received both Master and Mentor Adviser recognition.
Ms. Hall received her Masters Degree in Family and Consumer Sciences Education from Texas Tech University in 2014. She completed her undergraduate education with a Bachelors in Family and Consumer Sciences Education in 2004.
Ms. Hall is an active member of professional organizations. She has served as Vice President for the Georgia Association of Teachers of Family and Consumer Sciences, and as Chairman of the Georgia FCCLA Board of Directors.
Ms. Hall was the recipient of the 2014 Helen Sasser Award presented by the Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College Alumni Association. Other accomplishments of hers include participating in FDA Food Science training in Washington D.C., and receiving the Great Ideas Grant funded by Flint Energies for instructional technology integration.