Kadie Griger graduated from Warner Robins High School in 2000. She received her Bachelor's degree in Family and Consumer Science from the University of Georgia in 2004. Kadie earned a Master's degree in School Counseling in 2012 from University of West Alabama. Kadie has been with the Houston County Board of Education for 9 years teaching Family and Consumer Science at Mossy Creek Middle School. Kadie and her husband Michael have three children, Thomas, Devon and Kade. She joined the Warhawk family in 2016.
Dr. Shirley Harmon was raised in Vidalia, Georgia. After graduating from Vidalia Comprehensive High School, she attended Fort Valley State University where she earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Mathematics. She also earned two Master of Science Degrees in Middle Grades Education and Guidance Counseling from Fort Valley State University. She received her Doctorate Degree in Educational Leadership from Nova Southeastern University. Dr. Harmon has twenty-five years of experience, eight years as a classroom teacher and seventeen years as a guidance counselor. Dr. Harmon and her husband Jerome have two children, Jerry and Corey.
Pamela Owens-White is a native of Houston County and a graduate of Warner Robins High School. She attended Tuskegee University and received an undergraduate degree in English and Communication Arts. Pamela gained a certificate in teaching from Mercer University. She has served in many roles including elementary teacher, pre-k resource coordinator, and elementary alternative classroom teacher. She gained a master's degree in counseling from Fort Valley State University. Pamela and her husband Willard have six children. Mrs. Owens-White has been a dedicated employee for 22 years and believes that listening is paramount to all that we do here at Veterans High School.
Lisa Stewart graduated from Hawkinsville High School in 1986. She received her Bachelor's degree in Business Education from the University of Georgia in 1991. Lisa earned a Master's degree in School Counseling in 2003 from Fort Valley State University. In 2012, she completed her Specialist degree in Curriculum and Instruction from Valdosta State University. She was employed in Pulaski County Schools for 15 years in several different positions including teacher, graduation coach, school counselor, and Title I parent involvement. Lisa and her husband Wesley have two children, Anna and Evan. In her spare time, Lisa enjoys watching sports of all kinds and is an avid Georgia Bulldog fan. She joined the Warhawk family in 2014.