Chase Procknow graduated from Emory University in 2013 with a Bachelor’s degree in English. His time at Emory included a semester abroad at the Center for Cross Cultural Learning in Rabat, Morocco, where he studied Arabic and human rights while conducting independent research on Moroccan political rap. Back at Emory, he co-directed the Arabic table, tutored at local elementary schools and played on the club tennis team.
For the past six summers, Mr. Procknow has worked as a teacher and an administrator at Breakthrough Kent Denver, where he has taught summer courses to highly motivated, under-privileged middle school students in the Denver Public School district.
Mr. Procknow joined King’s Academy in 2013 as an English teaching fellow in the Department of Communication, Rhetoric and the Literary Arts (CRLA). He became a faculty member in that department the following year. Currently, Mr. Procknow is also a class dean and heads the Honor Committee.