Rob Baker is a historian with a focus on Appalachian and United States history. He is originally from Ringgold, Georgia where he toured Civil War battlefields as a child with his grandfather. This led to Rob’s deep seated passion for history. He has a Bachelors from Carson-Newman College, and Masters in Teaching from the University of North Georgia. He is currently working on a Masters in History from the latter. He is an active member of Phi Kappa Phi and Phi Alpha Theta Honor Societies. Rob has experience teaching middle grades through high education in subjects such as U.S. History, World History, Georgia History and Economics. In the Spring of 2011, he got the chance to study education systems abroad in England where he taught history. Currently he is working for Collins Hill High School and is an Assistant Wrestling Coach.
Brad Camppbell is an educational scholar who focuses on international curriculum. He has a Master of Education (M.Ed.) degree from the University of North Georgia and has experience teaching from early through higher education. Brad is an active member in three academic honor societies (Phi Kappa Phi – Interdisciplinary Honor Society, Pi Lambda Theta – Education Honor Society, Phi Alpha Theta – History Honor Society) and was the president of the University of West Georgia’s History Club. He was born and raised in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and has volunteered for such projects as the Big Brothers/Big Sisters program and Relay for Life. Along with his teaching experience, he has spent summers instructing disadvantaged youth in Chattanooga and metro Atlanta. Currently, he is teaching in the Gifted Program at North Clayton Middle School.