Class of 1982
Lecturer, Armstrong State University College of Education
Dr. Barbara Hubbard is a current Armstrong Alumni Board Member and has been essential in education around the Savannah area. After receiving her Master of Early Childhood Education in 1982 from Armstrong, Dr. Hubbard continued at Georgia Southern University, receiving her Masters, Specialist, and Doctorate of Education in Educational Leadership.
For 31 years she served the Savannah-Chatham County Public School System, which included positions as classroom teacher, school administrator and central office administrator, where she was Director of Gifted Education Programs and Acting Associate Superintendent of Curriculum and Instruction.
After her career in the public school system, Dr. Hubbard continued her teaching career at Armstrong. In addition to lecturing at Armstrong and advising Masters of Education students, she also supervises interns in the classroom. Dr. Hubbard is also a member of the Dean’s Advisory Committee and Faculty Senate.
She is also a very active member of St. John’s Episcopal Church, where she is a member of the Chancel Society and teaches confirmation classes. She and her husband Carter will celebrate their 45th wedding anniversary in February. She has one son, Carter, Jr., and a one-year-old granddaughter, Clara.