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Jennifer Malone Inducted into Educators Hall of Honor

Jennifer Malone has worked as an educator in Tennessee for both elementary and middle schools for thirty-four years as a teacher, Vice-Principal, and Principal. In her current position since 2011, she serves as the Technology/Middle School Supervisor for the Loudon County Schools District Office.

Photo of Jennifer Malone. She has fair skin and light blonde hair. She is standing in front of greenery and is wearing a dark suit jacket and dark shirt. She is smiling in the photo

Jennifer Malone

She is a Visionary Leader, Consensus Builder, and Highly Qualified Educator with an Educational Specialist Degree coupled with twenty years administrative experience at elementary, middle, and district levels. She has a proven track record of improving student achievement, securing resources, and implementing effective programs. Her background includes ten years as a classroom teacher and four years of private business experience.

Jennifer is instrumental in working with schools to integrate the wise use of technology throughout the curriculum to enhance student achievement.  She is a Past-President and Board Member Tennessee Educational Technology Association and led Digital Conversion to 1:1 instructional technology in Loudon County Schools, Microsoft Master Trainer.


Ms. Malone has worked to establish partnerships with local businesses, civic clubs, and churches to enhance the instructional STEM programs for the district and she actively trains teachers locally, regionally, and state-wide in accessibility features of Microsoft 365.