Meet the Patrick Henry Leadership Team
Ingrid Bynum has been the principal of Patrick Henry K-8 School since 2012. Prior to her tenure in Alexandria City Public Schools (ACPS), she had served as both an elementary and K-8 school principal. Dr. Bynum also taught middle school French for 9 years. Currently, she is also an adjunct professor at Regent University. Dr. Bynum received a bachelor's degree in French language and culture from the University of Maryland at College Park, a master's degree in educational administration from Regent University, an educational specialist degree in advanced educational leadership from Regent University, and a Doctorate of Education in advanced educational leadership from Regent University. She has received several awards to include the ACPS Principal of the Year, and the Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Community Change Agent Award. Preferred Pronouns: She/Her/Hers.
Andaiye Cammon is the academic principal at Patrick Henry K-8 School. She has been with Alexandria City Public City Schools (ACPS) since 2012, previously serving as an instructional coach and an administrative intern. Her career began in Prince George's County Public Schools where she started as an elementary teacher, then moved to middle school teaching before becoming a math coach. Mrs. Cammon earned a Bachelor of Science degree in elementary education from Morgan State University and a Master of Science in K-12 educational leadership and administration at Walden University.
Mrs. Cammon has served in education for over 25 years and was awarded the Maryland State Governor's Citation for Commitment to Educational Excellence, Best Overall School Performance in Mathematics for the Maryland State Assessment, Teacher of the Year - North Forestville Elementary, and nominated for PGCPS Teacher of the Year. She recently received the ACPS Superintendent's Vision Integrity and Passion Award. Preferred Pronouns: She/Her/Hers.
Jerome Graham became an assistant principal at Patrick Henry K-8 School in 2021. Mr. Graham started his educational career in 2005 as a high school social studies teacher. Since beginning his career in education, he has served in a variety of instructional, leadership, and administrative roles in Prince George's County Public Schools and Baltimore City Public Schools in Maryland.
Mr. Graham holds a Bachelor of Arts in history and a Master of Arts in instruction from Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota. He was an inaugural recipient of the Men of PGCPS Award, has presented on behalf of Maryland State Department of Education on leadership, and established the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater Company Residency Experience with his previous K-8 school. Preferred Pronouns: He/Him/His.