Dr. Irma Moore, Principal - firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Irma Moore attended Redan High School of Stone Mountain, GA and Hazelwood East High School of St. Louis, MO. Irma Moore’s career started early in the banking industry for Tristar Bank of MO. Her instant success in Banking launched her an exciting young career. During college in Atlanta, GA, Irma served as a Division Staffer for SunTrust Bank of Atlanta traveling throughout the region in various banking roles to include working with the marketing department. Irma Moore was awarded a scholarship from designer Emilio Pucci to attend American Intercontinental University in Buckhead, GA, to obtain a Bachelor’s degree in Fashion Design and Merchandising (2001). Having a young family Irma decided to pursue a career in education that would allow her time to spend summers and holidays with her family.
Irma moved back to St. Louis, MO, and attended Harris-Stowe State University to later obtain a Bachelors's in Elementary Education (2007). While at the university Irma worked as an assistant for Confluence Academy Walnut Park. She remained there through her student teaching. Excited to return to her alma mater she joined the Hazelwood School District as a teacher at Arrowpoint Elementary for the following six years. Along with two of her peers she decided to pursue a Master’s In Education Administration from Lindenwood University (2009). Irma Moore continued teaching as she was initially not interested in leaving her classroom and the children that she loved and adored. Irma stepped out on faith three years later and was hired by St. Louis Public Schools, as an Instructional Coach for the Academy of Environmental Science and Mathematics. Irma loved her role supporting teachers to become experts in their craft. Dr. Moore was forced to use her talent in the role of Assistant Principal at Dewey International Studies School where she remained there for several years. During her tenure she pursued a doctoral degree from Maryville University in Educational Leadership (2017).
Eager to put her research to practice Dr. Irma Moore returned to Hazelwood School District as Principal of East Middle School. She remains there today advocating and fighting for academic excellence and student achievement. Dr. Moore has received numerous awards and accolades for her success as an educator.
Dr. Irma Moore is a mentor to young mothers, women, and children as she believes that people have the power to do anything. Being a young mother herself she tells her story of hope. Dr. Irma Moore is grateful for the women that have come before her and taught her what it is to be a lady of character, distinction, and grace. She loves her Ferguson/Dellwood community where she has been a resident for over ten years. She has been a member of Metro Christian Worship Center for over thirty years. Dr. Irma Moore is married to Mr. Davis Moore, a successful entrepreneur and pillar of the St. Louis Community. Together they love and care for their six children Jasmine, Marcus, Brea-Dora, Lydia, Laura, and Elizabeth. Dr. Moore loves to paint, draw, sculpt, travel and she lives by Mahatma Gandhi’s quote, “Be the change you wish to see in this world.”
Dr. Tiffany Fane, Instructional Coach - email@example.com
Dr. Tiffany Fane’s successful years with the St. Louis Public Schools (2001-2004) laid the foundation for her teaching career. She joined the teaching staff at Kirby Middle School in the Hazelwood School District in August of 2004 as a 7th-grade science teacher. Kirby Middle School underwent a name change in 2007 and became Hazelwood East Middle School. That year, Dr. Fane was named Hazelwood East Middle School’s first Teacher of the Year. Because Hazelwood East Middle School was designated a “Turnaround School” by the Missouri Department of Education in 2010, a minimum of 50% of the staff was mandated to be placed at other schools within the school district. Dr. Fane was among those who were chosen to continue making a difference in the lives of Hazelwood East Middle School students.
Dr. Fane immerses herself in professional development opportunities throughout the school year and her summer breaks. She serves as a Channel 9 Network Education Partner, member and conference attendee of the National Council for Educating Black Children Conference, and presenter for both state and national level science conferences. Dr. Fane is a member of the Parent Teacher Student Association and executive board member for the Hazelwood National Education Association. Other affiliations near and dear to Dr. Fane are the National Council of Negro Women, Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc., and Bethesda Temple Church of Alton. She is married to Minister Antonio Fane and has a cute Shih Tzu named Tre’.