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Robin Cayce 

Teach for America

Assistant Professor


Dr. Cayce is an Assistant Professor with Lipscomb University in the Learning Organizations & Strategic Change Doctoral Program within the College of Education. Additionally, she leads coursework in the Educational Leadership Program for Masters and EdS Candidates in the College of Education. Beginning her career in education as a 5th grade teacher in Chattanooga, Tennessee, Dr. Cayce went on to serve as an Assistant Principal and Principal in both Hamilton County Public Schools and Metro Nashville Public Schools. Dr. Cayce also served as the Director of Professional Development, Pre-K – 4th Grade for Metro Nashville Public Schools. Before coming to Lipscomb University, Dr. Cayce served as the Director of Programs for Chattanooga 2.0, a collective impact initiative focused on educational supports in the Chattanooga/Hamilton County area. Dr. Cayce is the author of Project APPLE (Autistic Preadolescent Proactive Learning Environments). She is committed to her work with aspiring educational leaders and her personal vision of ensuring that each leader is as prepared as possible to lead a successful school!

Academic Degrees

  • B.S. in Elementary Education, MTSU (1989);
  • Masters in Educational Leadership, Trevecca Nazarene University (2008);
  • Doctorate Degree in Professional Leadership, Trevecca Nazarene University (2012);
  • Masters in Character Education, University of Birmingham, UK, December 2022

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