Connor Siegel


About Connor

Connor Siegel (B.A., M.Ed.) has been a 6th Grade Math teacher for over 5 years, and is also currently serving as the Lead Administrator for Promising Scholars and Dean of Students at the school he works at in Nashville, Tennessee. Whilst studying for his Bachelor’s Degree in Public Relations at the University of Georgia, Connor was awarded a Turner Entertainment Network Scholarship, a Certificate of Organizational and Personal Leadership from the UGA Terry College of Business, and the William I Ray Jr Foundation Scholarship for academic success and community engagement. Additionally, Connor has completed a Master’s Degree in Education, and is currently studying for a Master’s Degree in Educational Leadership while continuing to teach.

Education and Qualifications

  • Bachelor's degree in Public Relations, Advertising, and Applied Communication, The University of Georgia
  • Bachelor's degree in Public Relations/Image Management, The University of Georgia
  • M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction, Lipscomb University


Connor lives in Nashville, Tennessee.

Certificates and Awards

  • Certificate in Personal and Organizational Leadership, Terry College of Business, University of Georgia
  • First Annual World-Changer Award, Issued by UGA Miracle Executive Board
  • Turner Entertainment Network: $500 Koonin Scholarship - Issued by Grady College of Journalism
  • William I Ray Jr Foundation Scholarship - Issued by The University of Georgia

TeacherVision Area of Expertise

Connor is an expert in middle school mathematics and specializes in differentiating learning for all grade levels.

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