A native of Kinston, North Carolina, Mrs. Cobb attended North Carolina Central University and Grand Canyon University. Her educational background includes; Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education – Mathematics, Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction: Technology, Master of Education in Educational Administration, and Master of Education in Special Education.
Mrs. Cobb joined DoDEA in August of 2011 at Yokosuka Middle School in Yokosuka, Japan, as a math teacher. While in this role, Mrs. Cobb served as mathematics department chair and was instrumental in developing and implementing department-wide assessments and data-analysis. Mrs. Cobb also spearheaded the launch of Measurement/Pi Day at Yokosuka Middle School which promoted cross-curricular collaboration with regards to school improvement goals. After leading technology professional development and policies at Yokosuka Middle School, Mrs. Cobb was selected as the educational technologist for Yokosuka Middle School in 2014. As an Educational Technologist (ET), she executed an intranet system that allowed for effective communication and collaboration. Mrs. Cobb has also served on the Pacific East District CSI Advisory Council and as a Continuous School Improvement Co-Chair, School News Liaison Officer, and School Advisory Committee teacher representative. In 2017, Mrs. Cobb transferred to M.C. Perry High School as the ET.
Mrs. Cobb is the spouse of an active duty, soon-to-be-retired, Navy Chief Petty Officer. As a military spouse, she has a deep understanding of the unique hardships and rewards of being a part of the military community. She has two children; her daughter, a recent DoDEA graduate and current freshman at North Carolina Central University, and her son, a 7th grader. She enjoys cooking, traveling, and spending time with family and friends. Mrs. Cobb is excited for the opportunity to continue her professional growth and will work to build strong relationships with all stakeholders.