Kendra Cameron-Jarvis serves as an instructional technologist for Buncombe County Schools, the largest school district in western North Carolina. She holds a master's degree in online learning and professional development and is a National Board Certified educator. During her 17 years in education, she has worked as a middle school English teacher, a secondary literacy coach, instructional technologist, and adjunct professor for UNC Asheville. In 2019, she had the privilege to travel with Rotary International to deliver professional development to teachers at Camina Segura, a charity school in Guatemala City. Most recently, Kendra partnered with Chickasaw City Schools in Mobile, Alabama as an educational consultant focused on blended learning and led technology-focused professional development for South Alabama Research and Inservice Center.