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 an M.Ed. and Ph.D. in mathematics education from North Carolina State University.
Dr. Myers has over 16 years of experience in tutoring, teaching, and providing professional development for various areas of K-12 mathematics. In addition to publishing journal articles and book chapters, Dr. Myers regularly provides professional development (teacher training) with local schools (throughout Georgia) as well as international partner schools in Brazil, Trinidad and Tobago, and Ecuador. 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. She also works to support preservice teachers of color during their yearlong student teaching experiences. Prior to assuming her faculty position, Dr. Myers taught elementary, middle, and high school mathematics in both formal and informal settings. Dr. Myers was also a STaR fellow and an EXCEL fellow.