Degrees and Certifications:
Ed.S. Learning, Design, and Technology, Instructional Technology. UGA M.S. Post-Secondary Education, Foundations of Education, Troy University B.A. English, UGA
Mrs. Lindsey Brouillard
Lindsey Brouillard is an Instructional Technology Specialist for Oconee County Schools. She is passionate about empowering teachers and students with innovative teaching strategies utilizing technology as a tool for teaching, learning, and creativity. Since the beginning of her career in education in 2005, she has enjoyed teaching thousands of students the importance of authentic literacy, creativity, collaboration, and critical thinking. After ten years in Gwinnett County Schools, Mrs. Brouillard joined the 8th grade team at Malcom Bridge Middle School in 2016, where she had the pleasure of teaching ELA, serving on several committees, and coaching the Lady Lightning Softball Team. Mrs. Brouillard believes in the value of life-long learning. She earned an Associate of Arts in English from Young Harris College, a Bachelor of Arts in English from The University of Georgia, a Masters of Science in Post-Secondary Education from Troy University, and an Education Specialist in Learning, Design, and Technology from The University of Georgia. She also holds certifications in Instructional Technology, Gifted Education, and ESOL as well as the honor of being a Google for Education Certified Innovator.