Bo Chamberlain is a 1990 graduate of Baylor and has a vast knowledge and deep love of the history of Baylor. He teaches Middle School history, is a subject-team leader in the department, and is the head of the Middle School Walkabout outdoor program.
Chamberlain earned a B.A. in Humanities and an M. Ed. at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. He has over 20 years of classroom experience teaching social studies and has also served as a Lead Teacher and Technology Coordinator. Before coming back to Baylor in 2017, Chamberlain earned several fellowships with Chattanooga’s Public Education Foundation and is an alum of the Tennessee Association of Independent Schools New and Emerging Leaders Institute.
Chamberlain is an avid outdoorsman, a retired wilderness EMT, and was one of Tennessee’s first Critical Care Paramedics.