Ann Roy Moore, Ed.D.
Ann earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Hampton University (Early Childhood Education), a Masters of Arts degree and an Education Specialist degree both from the University of North Alabama (Elementary Education), and a Doctor of Education degree from George Peabody College of Vanderbilt University (Curriculum Leadership Personnel and Early Childhood Education). She also holds Class A and Class AA certification in School Administration and received certification as a K-12 School Superintendent.
Dr. Moore has served as a classroom teacher, curriculum specialist, an elementary school principal, Assistant Superintendent and Deputy Superintendent. She was selected as Superintendent of Huntsville City Schools (Alabama) in 2001 and remained in that position until June 2011, a span of ten years. She has taught as an adjunct professor of education at several colleges and universities.
During her tenure in Huntsville she led the district in a continuously evolving strategic planning process that resulted in record achievements as measured by state and national criteria. Critical to her success was the involvement and support of the entire community.
Dr. Moore has been recognized by numerous civic and educational organizations. Notable achievements include Administrator of the Year, Eagle Service Award (Boy Scouts of America), Kermit A. Johnson Outstanding Superintendent of the Year Award -University of Montevallo, Alabama PTA Superintendent of the Year and 2008 Alabama Superintendent of the Year (peer selection). In 2010, Moore and the Huntsville City School System were highlighted in the spring issue of theEducation Executive Magazine.