Hobbs is from Alleghany County and graduated from Alleghany County High
School. She attended James Madison University and graduated with a
Bachelor of Science degree.
After graduating from JMU, Ms. Hobbs started her career at Clifton
Forge Elementary School teaching emotionally disturbed students. During
her career at Clifton Forge Elementary, she pursued her Masterís Degree
at Radford University with a concentration in Educational Leadership.
Her ultimate goal was to secure a position as a principal.
After teaching at Clifton Forge Elementary School for eighteen
years and working on her administrative internship, Ms. Hobbs took a
position teaching fourth grade at Callaghan Elementary School for two
years and completed her administrative internship and her twentieth year
When an assistant principal position became available at Alleghany
High School, Ms. Hobbs took the job and remained in the position for
five years until she met her career goal and became principal of Boiling
Spring Elementary School, a position she held for five years.
Ms. Hobbs has two children: Benjamin Hobbs, who is married to
Kelley Jo Hobbs and lives in Orange, Va; and Jaimie Lomasney, who is
married to Nic Lomasney, and resides in Alleghany County. They have a
daughter, Kensington Nicole Lomasney.
During her leisure time, Ms. Hobbs enjoys volunteering in the
community and is a member of the Boiling Spring Ruritan Club, a member
and second vice-president of the Alpha Beta Chapter of Delta Kappa
Gamma, and president of Virginia Presbyterial Womenís Ministries.
Ms. Hobbs may be
contacted by phone at
540-863-1814 or by