Founding Leadership Support Staff


Dean of Curriculum & Instruction

LaToya Spurlock-Fluker is committed to educating students, colleagues, families, and the community through establishing strong connections. Ms. Fluker has been an educator for 12 years. She holds an M.A. in Arts and Teaching, a M.S. in Criminal Justice, and a B.S. in Speech Communication. Ms. Fluker has served as a Professional Learning Community chairperson, a teacher mentor, and a volunteer cheer coach. She is a graduate of Amanda Elzy High School.


Dean of Operations & Students

Cory Blaylock is thrilled for the opportunity to work with the students and parents of Leflore Legacy Academy and the community members. He was born in Greenwood and spent his early childhood years in Carroll County. He has been an educator for more than 20 years, with 16 of those years in grades 7-12. He holds a
B.S. degree in Biological Science and a M.S. degree in Educational Leadership. His parents are former educators, so education is his passion. Mr. Blaylock tries to live by this motto:
“Develop a passion for learning. If you do, you will never cease to grow.” – Anthony J. D’Angelo


Office & Finance Manager

Karmeilla McGee holds a Bachelor of Office Administration and an MBA with an emphasis in Human Resources. Her professional experience ranges from administrative support with the Greenwood Public School District to collegiate experience at Tougaloo College and Jackson State University, where she served as an Administrative Professional and Budget Analyst. Ms. McGee believes every child deserves a fair chance at obtaining a quality education. She is a native of Greenwood.


College & Career Counselor

Kiara Williams is a native of Greenwood; she is a graduate of Greenwood High School. Her experience includes teaching children in the Leflore County School District and adults at Mississippi Delta Community College. Ms. Williams holds a B.A. in Speech Communications and a M.S. in Early Childhood Studies. In addition, she is the founder of Miss K’s Tutoring Services, where she offers remediation and enrichment to students after school and during the summer.

Her motto is “The mind is everything.  What you think you become.” – Buddha