Dr. Ronnie Walker is a native of Roberta, Georgia. He moved to Warner Robins in 1986 after teaching and coaching in the Crawford County school system for two years. Dr. Walker has a Bachelor of Science in mathematics from Fort Valley State University, a Master's degree in mathematics from Georgia Southwestern State University, an Educational Specialist degree in Educational Leadership from Troy State University, and a Doctorate degree in Educational Leadership from Argosy University. Dr. Walker is passionate about educating students. His goal is to keep WIN Academy students in school, excited about learning, and motivated to work toward the ultimate goal of graduation.
Dr. Lenderman has been an educator for 15 years. She taught mathematics and coached cheerleading at Warner Robins High School for 9 years, but her career in education started with serving as a Health and Physical Education teacher in Atlanta Public Schools and then as a mathematics teacher and cheer coach in Putnam County Schools. She began her college career working towards her Bachelor's degree at Georgia College and State University, where she was a student athlete on the dance team. She transferred and earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Health and Physical Education with a minor in Mathematics from Georgia State University, then went on to earn her Master's degree in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Phoenix, and lastly earned her Doctorate of Philosophy in Curriculum and Instruction from Mercer University.
Dr. Lenderman is proud to serve as the Assistant Principal of Instruction at WIN Academy. She is married to Shaun Lenderman and they have four children: Zane, London, Salem, and Ashton.
Sandra Woodfork is a native of Brusly, Louisiana. She graduated from Southern University and A&M College with a Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education, and a Master of Education in Elementary Education. She also holds certification in administration and gifted education. Ms. Woodfork relocated to Warner Robins, Georgia, in 2006, after twenty-eight years as an educator in Louisiana. Her career continued in Houston County as a teacher at Thomson Middle School and she presently serves as the Assistant Principal for Discipline at the WIN Academy. She enjoys working with the students, parents, teachers, and all community stakeholders.