Eva Moskowitz is known for her extraordinary vision when it comes to the education system. Since she is a mother of three beautiful children, she has made it her mission to change the educational system for the better continually.
As a tenured Harlem resident, Eva Moskowitz is the CEO of Success Academy Charter Schools, which is one of the highest performing school charter networks in New York. In the year 2006, Eva Moskowitz successfully opened her first school ever in the Harlem, and surprisingly after an astounding nine years, she has still managed to grow her network. Now, she owns a total of 32 schools all over the Bronx, Brooklyn, and Queens which all serve more than 9,000 students.
Eva Moskowitz first decided to reform educational leadership when she began as an official council member at the New York City Council. She served as the chairman of the Council’s Education Committee, which required her to visit thousands of city schools. Aside from this, she was quite popular for her very intellectual investigatory hearings. To her, nothing was too irrelevant or too notorious to be studied, whether it would be based on lighting equality to the practices that teachers follow. Eva Moskowitz’s advocacy through her school’s teaching, curriculums, and design grew out of those familiarities, as well as her attempt at reform.
After successfully completing her Bachelors of Arts at the University of Pennsylvania as well as her Ph.D. in American history from the John Hopkins University, Eva Moskowitz became a history professor and educated many of her students about civics at Prep for Prep, which is a program that is specifically designed for minority students.
To this day, she has been one of the most influential educators out there that have made a huge mark in the educational system, for not just one but a lot of students, which helped them succeed in life. She still hopes to continually improve on her methods of teaching, as well as continue to make people’s lives better by giving them the right to an education, which they deserve.