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Eva Moskowitz        

Founder and CEO of the Success Academy Charter Schools, former New York City Council member and co-author of Mission Possible

Eva Moskowitz is the CEO of Success Academy, which she founded in 2006 along with Joel Greenblatt and John Petry. A long-time Harlem resident and mother of three, Eva is both a passionate educator and a committed political reformer. Her leadership in education reform began with her service as a member of the New York City Council, where she chaired the Council’s Education Committee. Success Academy has been able to mobilize parents of charter school students from all networks to demonstrate their support at public events and become a voice for education reform.

Eva’s experience as a teacher, college professor, elected official, Chair of the New York City Council’s Education Committee and public school parent make her uniquely qualified to effectively lead the organization in establishing high-performing schools and pioneering for educational excellence.

Ms. Moskowitz completed her B.A. at the University of Pennsylvania and her Ph.D. in American History at Johns Hopkins University.

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