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Born and raised in Baltimore, Mrs. Pouncey credits her elementary school with providing her a solid educational foundation. As a child she always knew that she would work in education. She was even the vice president of her middle school’s Future Educators of America club. After graduating high school she attended Coppin State University and received her bachelor degree in history. She then attended the College of Notre Dame of Maryland and received her masters degree in special education

She has proudly served the students of Baltimore City for her entire career. She started as a special education teacher at Calverton Elementary Middle school before becoming an IEP Chairperson. She then joined the New Leaders Aspiring Principals program where she served as the resident principal of Commodore John Rodgers Elementary Middle School and Hampstead Hill Academy.


After completing the principal residency, Mrs. Pouncey served as assistant principal of Roland Park Elementary Middle School.  Mrs. Pouncey believes every school experience has helped to shape her into the leader that she is today. From her time as a student at Calvin Rodwell Elementary to her time as a school  administrator. She knows leadership matters. She is honored to serve as principal of the amazing Hamilton Elementary Middle School.

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