Amber Douglas is from Murfreesboro and a homeschool mom to her daughter, Lily. She has a Masters Degree in Library and Information Science with a concentration in Museum Studies from Kent State University, and a BA in History from Middle Tennessee State University. Amber interned with the Rutherford County Archives, Historic Sam Davis Home, and Arts Center of Cannon County, where she worked to bring history to the public. One of Amber’s greatest joys is when she gets to share with others how to ‘do history’ and help make history relevant to them. She focuses on this element of personal relevance in teaching homeschool history classes and in leading HERstory and social activism workshops at the Southern Girls Rock and Roll Camp. Amber also stays active in the community by being a Girl Scout Leader and Service Unit Manager.
Current Classes Instructed by Amber Douglas
CLUB: History Club (6th – 12th Grade) (closed)
History Close to Home (2nd - 4th) (closed)
US Govt, Civics & History (8th - 12th) (closed)
World History & Geography (5th - 7th) (closed)