Hoover joins Webb School as recruiter

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Aimee Hoover, a Murfreesboro resident with a background in teaching and marketing, has joined The Webb School in Bell Buckle as assistant director of admissions.

Hoover’s main responsibility is to introduce Webb, its curriculum and programs to prospective students and families. The primary recruiting focus will be Webb’s day markets. These day markets include cities located in Bedford, Cannon, Coffee, Rutherford, and Warren counties.

“Aimee has an incredible commitment to serving her community, and she puts so much passion and enthusiasm into her work. I am thrilled she has joined the Webb community, and I know she will be a tremendous asset to our team,” said Julie Harris, director of admissions.

Hoover, a native of Memphis, graduated from Middle Tennessee State University with a B.S. in Interdisciplinary Studies with licensure in grades 4-8. Prior to joining Webb, she taught at Montessori Weaver School, Siegel Middle School and Stewarts Creek Middle School. Hoover also has been employed by Flinn Broadcasting, Memphis, as morning show producer/ evening host/assistant promotions director; Citadel Broadcasting, Knoxville, as music director and midday host; and by Response Records as a publicist.

“I was intrigued by Webb’s academic reputation, but more so the behavioral expectations and social teachings enforced here drew me to leave the public school classroom and take an admissions role,” said Hoover. “I am excited for the opportunity to be part of this community and work to bring young people to an environment that fosters integrity and encourages them to discover their passions.”

Hoover has been involved in a host of community activities including: serving as a member of the 2014 Rutherford County Heart Association Board, 2014 St. Thomas Rutherford Ambassadors Board, and 2014 Project Help Advisory Board. She is a 2014 Oakland's Candlelight Christmas Tour of Homes host and 2015 Heart Ball co-chair.
Hoover and her husband, Chip, have two children, Sawyer, eight, and Eleanor, two.

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