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Meby Carr


St. Joseph's Catholic School • Greenville, South Carolina

Meby Carr cites Queen Elizabeth I as her favorite historical because “she was strong, she persevered, and she ruled in a time of few strong female leaders.” 

Meby currently serves on the Bill of Rights Institute’s teacher advisory council. She also appreciates the academic strength and fellowship offered by the Institute, and she previously attended a BRI seminar in Philadelphia, Pa. She uses all that strength to teach AP U.S. Government and Politics, AP Art History, and Psychology and St. Joseph’s Catholic School in Greenville, S.C. 

“After I finished college, I thought I wanted to pursue law and then realized I did not,” Meby said. 

She was also influenced to pursue a teaching career by two of her high school history teachers and an academic advisor, and Meby most enjoys helping her students succeed, including one student who passed an AP exam, thanks to her teaching. 

An equestrian competitor in her youth, Meby also aims to visit the famous archaeological site Petra in Jordan and travel to all 50 states.