Dr. Marrielle Myers is an assistant professor of elementary mathematics education at Kennesaw State University. Dr. Myers was born and raised in North Carolina and is a product of the Durham Public School system.
After earning a B.S. in mathematics from Hampton University, she went on to earn a M.Ed. and Ph.D. in mathematics education from North Carolina State University.
Dr. Myers has over 15 years of experience in tutoring, teaching, and providing professional development for various areas of K-12 mathematics. Her professional development work and research presentations have taken her across the country as well as South America. Dr. Myers research interests include preparing pre-service elementary teachers to teach mathematics to culturally and linguistically diverse students, teaching mathematics for social justice, and supporting pre-service teachers of color in navigating field placements.