Dr. MiShawna Moore

Dr. MiShawna Moore joined Families First in November 2011, as the Program Coordinator for School Success. Prior to coming to Families First, MiShawna served as an Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum and Instruction, a principal, and teacher, where she earned “Teacher of the Year” and the “Community Motivator Award”. Since returning to Atlanta in 2010, MiShawna has mentored several pre-service teachers, taught parenting classes in the community and volunteered with numerous agencies. MiShawna holds a Doctorate degree in Educational Leadership from Walden University, where she concentrated in Teacher Leadership, and holds three Master level degrees in PK-8 Education, Educational Administration and Supervision and Higher Education and Administration.

Alma Mater:

Walden University 
Ed.D, Educational Leadership

Kaplan University
MSHE, College Leadership and Teaching

University of Charleston
MAT, Early Childhood Education

The Citadel
Masters, Educational Leadership

Favorite Book:

TIE: Savage Inequalities: Children in America’s Schools Jonathan Kozol, The Souls of Black Folks W.E.B. Dubois

Favorite Movie:

“Why Poverty”

What is one thing you could never give up:

His grace and mercy

What is one quality you bring to your work at Families First:


What is your dream for the community we serve:

To restore hope.