He is the first Black school board president for Chatham County. With the goal of success for every student, Mr. Moss approached his work with the belief that each student has untapped potential. He also believes education is everyone’s business and all members of the public should care and be involved.
He will speak about the challenges of his first year, including the need to improve literacy in elementary schools, and also the successes, including the selection of Dr. Denise Watts as the new superintendent of Savannah and Chatham County schools.
Roger Moss is originally from Chattanooga, Tennessee, and holds a B.A. degree in interpersonal communications from Wheaton College in Wheaton, Illinois.
The discussion Roger Moss will share with us on December 14th will be Lessons Learned.
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