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Interim Superintendent
Cindy_Loe-cropped.jpgDr. Cindy Loe currently serves as the Interim Superintendent of the Fulton County School System. Dr. Loe first joined Fulton County Schools (FCS) as Superintendent from 2008 to 2011, before retiring and becoming a Leadership Consultant supporting school systems and superintendents by assisting in the training of educational leaders. Today, as Interim Superintendent, she is responsible for the leadership, administration and management of more than 95,000 students, 7,500 teachers, 105 schools and 14,000+ employees, while assuming responsibility for the overall financial planning of the District.

Dr. Loe began her career as an elementary teacher, later rising in the Gwinnett system to serve in a variety of roles, including principal. In her last role with Gwinnett as the associate superintendent for Teaching and Learning, she worked on a daily basis with principals and area superintendents, and developed the district’s curriculum, including special needs support programs.

While at FCS, Dr. Loe implemented “cross functional action teams,” which led to the recommendation and design of the system becoming a charter district. In addition, her leadership and foresight put Fulton schools in a strong fiscal position during the recent recession and helped set a precedent for continued success. Highlights during her Fulton County tenure also include creating a leadership development program for aspiring principals and the Superintendent’s Community Advisory Council, which created new opportunities for the district to establish meaningful relationships with community groups.

Dr. Loe and her husband, Mike Loe, are the proud parents of two daughters who graduated from Fulton County Schools. Her youngest daughter continues her legacy in education as a Graduation Coach within the district.

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