Chief Officers

  •  marvin_connelly Chief of Staff and Strategic Planning
    Dr. Marvin Connelly | mconnelly@wcpss.net

    Dr. Marvin Connelly, a combat veteran of the United States Army joined Central Services in 2006 after serving as principal of Knightdale High from 2004 to 2006 and Wake Forest-Rolesville Middle from 2001 to 2004. He was named assistant principal of Athens Drive High in 1998 and was program coordinator for the Longview School prior to that time.

     
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    Interim Chief Technology Officer
    Marlo Gaddis | mgaddis@wcpss.net 



     
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  •  Photo of Cathy Moore, Deputy Superintendent for Academic Advancement Deputy Superintendent for Academic Advancement
    Cathy Moore | cqmoore@wcpss.net

    Cathy Moore was named deputy superintendent for academic advancement in September 2011. She was an area superintendent for the Central region from 2008 until that time and principal of Sanderson High from 2000 to 2008. Before that she was an assistant principal at Apex and Enloe high schools, where she began her career as a teacher.

     
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  •  Photo of David Neter, Chief Operating Officer Chief Operating Officer
    David Neter - MBA, CPA | dneter@wcpss.net

    David Neter served as the associate dean for finance and administration for the School of Social Work at UNC-Chapel Hill. Prior to that he was the Vice President and General Manager of two Companion Technologies subsidiaries of Blue Cross Blue Shield of South Carolina, and held similar positions with Dataflow Companies, Inc. of Durham. He earned his MBA in 1992.

     
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  • simmons Chief of Communications
    Tim Simmons | tsimmons@wcpss.net

    Tim Simmons was named Chief of Communications in March 2014. Immediately prior, he served as vice president for policy and communications at Wake Education Partnership beginning in 2008. He was a reporter beginning in 1981 and earned numerous state and national awards while covering education for The News & Observer in Raleigh from 1987 to 2008. He graduated from Michigan State University with a degree in journalism.

     
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