Tanya Curren is a 2018 inductee of Kennesaw State University’s Bagwell College of Education Hall of Fame in recognition of work in early childhood education and creative media programs. After a career as a kindergarten teacher, Curren, along with her husband founded Boundless Limits International (BLI). This media organization produces books, audio CD’s, videos and broadcast television programming. Their most popular show, Scaly Adventures, is an educational television series that introduces millions of children on six continents to countless wild creatures and environments and promotes a conservationist message. BLI’s programming also features anti-bullying, anti-drug and stay-in-school messages among many more. The Currens are well-known in some Atlanta communities as co-hosts of WATC TV’s Atlanta Live, a faith-focused local talk show. Already listed as a Notable Alumni by Kennesaw State University, this hall of fame induction further solidifies Mrs. Curren as a standout among Bagwell College graduates.
Mr. and Mrs. Curren have one son, Pierce, who they homeschool. Pierce assists on BLI productions and appears on Scaly Adventures. Tanya Curren was inducted into the Bagwell College Hall of Fame along with six other education leaders, including Georgia Schools Superintendent Richard Woods and Cobb County School District Superintendent Chris Ragsdale. “We are honoring a group of our alumni who demonstrate that they have taken what they learned here at Kennesaw State and applied it out in the community, and have made a real difference in our world…” stated Ron Matson, senior associate vice president for academic affairs, at the induction ceremony. The Bagwell College of Education will offer seven $1,000 scholarships in the names of each inductee which incoming and current students can apply for soon.