My Name is Nyree Reid Family Operations Coordinator of Charles E. Brimm Medical Art School. In 2010 I became a mother; she is in 8th grade. I have over 15 years of Family Service Advocacy experience working with younger children, families. I am a Nurturing Fathers trained facilitator to provide training to fathers & fathers figures. In 2008 I graduated from Rutgers School of Social Work, obtained my Family Development Credentials. I have served our community empowering families, providing resources and sharing life experiences. I believe that it takes a Village to support our children! All things must be handled with Grace and Purpose. I look forward to working with all the families at BRIMM High School.
Hello my name is Kyle Beyer. I have been a teacher in Camden for 10 great years. I am an ICR teacher and the technology lead at Brimm Medical Arts High School. From day to day I push into classrooms and run small groups, and help the students with technological difficulties that arise throughout the year.
Tracie Simpson is a passionate and dynamic Dean who has been working in the human services field for over two decades. She holds a master's degree and completed her undergraduate studies at the first HBCU in the south, THEE Shaw University. Ms. Simpson is committed to helping students develop critical thinking skills and is known for her ability to inspire and advocate for students. Ms. Simpson is also an advocate for social and restorative justice and has a deep understanding of the unique challenges faced by inner city scholars. She is committed to creating a supportive and inclusive learning environment for all her students.
Antoinette McKie comes to Camden School District with over 25 years of experience working in education. She has served in both the public and private sector, from pre-school to higher education. Although new to the district as an employee, Antoinette is not new to working with Camden city schools, families, and students. She served as Youth Community Specialist, Education Field Specialist, and Success Coach in the Camden community. Mrs. McKie is a passionate change agent, empathetic family advocate, and a strong team player with a desire to encourage, educate and empower others.
Antoinette obtained her associate degree in Human Services from Camden Community College and her bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Rowan University. She is a Licensed Minister, a Certified Parent Educator, Certified in Adult and Teen Mental Health First Aid, and trained Grief Group Facilitator. She is currently working on obtaining her Certification as a Life Coach. Mrs. McKie is excited to jump in, meet the team, and ready
to work with staff and administration, putting students first and helping them succeed.