Mary Beth Tumlin is a native of Bartow County and a graduate of Cass High School. She attended Kennesaw State University for her undergraduate degree in Accounting. She earned her Masters and Specialist’s degrees in School Counseling from Jacksonville State University and her Educational Leadership from Berry College. She has been a member of the Woodland High family since 2005 as a math teacher and counselor.
Mrs. Tumlin resides in Cartersville with her husband Jeff and their son Steven. She attends Raccoon Creek Baptist Church. In her free time she enjoys watching her son play baseball and working on her family farm. Saturdays in the fall are filled with Georgia Bulldog football.