Dr. Tyrone V. Hall
CWO-3, USMC (ret)
Dr. Tyrone Hall has been in education for more than 12 years since his retirement from active duty with the United States Marine Corps as a Chief Warrant Officer-3 in 2008. In 2009, he designed and implemented the Marine Corps Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps program and the leadership education department at Horn Lake High School in Horn Lake, Mississippi. While leading and developing this nationally acclaimed, best-in-region JROTC program, it served as a catalyst and model for the creation of two additional programs within the school district. As the Senior Marine Instructor of the program, he provided vision and direction while teaching leadership education courses to ninth through 12th grade students for six years.
His military experience comprises 21 years of active military service, including three combat tours with various rotor and fixed wing aircraft squadrons for operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm in Saudi Arabia, Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan, and Iraqi Freedom in Iraq.
Dr. Hall was also an Assistant Principal for six years, serving at both the middle and high school levels. As an assistant principal, he served as the administrator in charge of the science, special education, technology, and transportation departments.
As a life-long learner, Dr. Hall’s education includes a Bachelor of Science degree in Aeronautics from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, an MBA from the University of Phoenix, a Specialist degree in Educational Leadership and a Doctorate degree in Educational Leadership, both from the University of Mississippi. His research project focused on mathematic curriculum and instruction which improved instruction and increased student proficiency.
Dr. Hall enjoys spending time with family and friends, running, hunting, fishing, and the outdoors. He and his wife (Natasha) of over 26 years have passion for service to country and community. The family, which includes three children: Gabrielle, Yasmin, and Tyrone II, actively volunteer every year with the St. Jude Marathon and the American Cancer Society.