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Join us at this month's Morning INfluence as we welcome the new Superintendent of Schools for Cherokee County School District, Dr. Mary Elizabeth Davis.

Morning Influence is a networking event which includes breakfast and a brief presentation that focuses on updates given by Greater Woodstock on important issues or services offered that affect the community as a whole.

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  • Dr. Mary Elizabeth Davis (Superintendent of Schools for the Cherokee County School District)

    Dr. Mary Elizabeth Davis

    Superintendent of Schools for the Cherokee County School District


    Mary Elizabeth Davis has most recently been announced as finalist for the Superintendent position in the Cherokee County School District. Mary Elizabeth is currently serving as the Superintendent of Henry County Schools serving 44,000 students. During her time in Henry County, the district saw great improvements in student performance, including reading proficiency growth, an 11-point gain on the state’s CCRPI, doubling of students enrolled in advanced coursework, and growth on national metrics including SAT and ACT. Mary Elizabeth was most recently named a finalist for Georgia’s Superintendent of the Year and overall 2023 winner of Georgia’s Governance Team of the Year.

    Prior to Henry County Schools, Mary Elizabeth served as the Chief Academic Officer for the Cobb County School District in Marietta, and prior to joining Cobb County, she was the Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum & Instruction in Gwinnett County where she also previously served as the Science Director. Formerly, Mary Elizabeth served as a Presidential Appointee in the George W. Bush Administration and an Education Policy Advisor in the U.S. Senate. She began her professional career as a chemistry teacher in Virginia and a physical science teacher in Cobb County.

    A native of New Jersey, she earned a Chemistry degree at Messiah College in Pennsylvania where she also played field hockey and softball. After moving to Georgia, Mary Elizabeth completed a Masters in Public Administration, a Specialist in Educational Leadership, and a PhD in Educational Policy; all at Georgia State University. Mary Elizabeth is married to her husband of 22 years, PJ, and has two school-aged children that will be enrolling in the Cherokee County School District this fall.

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The Chambers at City Center

8534 Main Street
Woodstock, Georgia

If you have any questions please contact Sylvia Breitbart

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