Kelly Fischer graduated from Anderson University in 2015 with a Bachelor of Science degree in both Mathematics and Secondary Education. She holds a Master of Arts degree in Mathematics Education from Western Governors University. Kelly taught at J.L. Mann High School and Greenville Technical College as an adjunct professor before joining SC Governor's School for Arts and Humanities. While at J.L. Mann High School, she taught in the New Tech Network. Kelly's experience in the New Tech program helped her develop a passion for making math fun and engaging through projects and real life experience. Kelly pulls from her own experience with art, music, literature, and traveling to create cross-curricular connections in her instruction. Kelly loves to spend time hiking, baking, volunteering in the community, and learning new things. She is excited to teach students that have a passion and love for the arts and humanities.