Dr. Kaycee Bills is an Assistant Professor of Social Work at Fayetteville State
University. She earned her Bachelor’s in Social Work from the University of
Saint Francis, Her Master’s in Social Work from Hawaii Pacific University, and her PhD in Social Work from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. As a scholar with a disability, her passion has always been to help others who have disabilities reach their full potential. Additionally to being a professor, she is the Cofounder of a special needs cheerleading squad called the Whitley County Dazzlers and the Director of Education Awareness and Support for the Invisible Disabilities Association. She has won numerous awards such as the National inspiration Award from the Invisible Disabilities Association, Researcher of the Year at Fayetteville State University, Mentor of the Year from the McNairs Scholar Program, and the Excellence in Public Service Award from the Southern Rural Sociological Association. Her research interests include academic success among students with disabilities, special
education, and bullying.