Cameron Hoxie

Cameron Hoxie

Cameron Hoxie was born and raised on the Space Coast of Florida in the city of Cocoa. After high school, he attended the University of Florida and the University of Georgia, earning a B.A in History, focusing on Military History and a Master of Education in Special Education at the University of North Georgia. While attending Graduate School at the University of Georgia, Mr. Hoxie worked as program assistant at The Learning Disabilities Research and Training Center, and assistant evaluator at the Regent’s Center For Learning Disabilities.

Mr. Hoxie has taught at Georgia State University, The Cottage School (a private Special Education school), and Etowah High School and Forsyth Central High School, both in metro Atlanta. Since moving to Colorado in 2009, Mr. Hoxie has worked at Erie High School as a Special Education teacher. Currently, Mr Hoxie serves as Vice President for the St. Vrain Education Association and member of the CEA Board of Directors.

As a public school student in the 1960s and 1970s, the early days of Special Education, Mr. Hoxie was not diagnosed as a student with Learning Disabilities until late in his undergraduate college years.