As director of credit recovery and advancement at Lee County School District’s distance-learning program in Opelika, Alabama, Britton Devier holds responsibility for monitoring student progress and course credits. After school, Britton Devier works as the offensive coordinator and assistant football coach, head junior high wrestling coach, and assistant track-and-field coach for girls in grades seven through 12 at Smiths Station High School.
Prior to his coaching positions at Smiths Station, Britton Devier worked in Ohio as the head football coach at Woodmore High School in Elmore. He also spent time as special teams coordinator and assistant offensive coordinator for the football team as well as assistant track coach at Patrick Henry High School in Hamler. He began his coaching career at Otsego High School in Tontogany, where he was the varsity and freshman assistant football coach.
Britton Devier earned his bachelor’s in technology education from Bowling Green State University. He went on to obtain his master’s in technology education from Illinois State University and an advanced education specialist degree in education administration from Bowling Green. He is currently working toward his doctoral degree in educational leadership.