Dr. Carolyn Daugherty is beginning her 23rd year with the Cherokee County School District. A resident of Cherokee County since 1987, Dr. Daugherty graduated from Etowah High School before pursing her undergraduate degree in Early Childhood Education from Kennesaw State University. Additionally, Dr. Daugherty holds a master’s degree from Jacksonville State University (Administration), as well as a specialist degree (Administration & Supervision) and doctorate (Executive Leadership) from Lincoln Memorial University.
Over the course of her tenure with the Cherokee County School District, Dr. Daugherty has taught at Little River, Chapman, and Carmel Elementary Schools. Her experience as an administrator began as a Teacher on Special Assignment at R. M. Moore Elementary before being promoted to Assistant Principal at Chapman Intermediate School and later Johnston Elementary. She has served as the principal at Macedonia Elementary for the last five years where she was honored to act as the Creekview HS Innovation Zone Lead Principal for the last two years.
Dr. Daugherty married her high school sweetheart, Jason, who owns his own wealth management firm in Woodstock, and they live in Towne Lake with their two rescue dogs, Giles and Gillian. Dr. Daugherty is honored to be back home in the Towne Lake Community and looks forward to many amazing years to come.