Eva Moskowitz founded Success Academy Charter Schools where she serves as the chief executive officer. She served as a member of New York City Council and a co-author at Mission Possible. The four charter schools in Harlem founded in 2006 have collectively been cited as the best charter schools nationally. Mayor Michael Bloomberg recognized the outstanding performance of these schools.
In 2008, Eva also opened three more charter schools and is now planning to open over 40 others in the coming decade. Eva is actively advocating for education. She has managed to successfully apply her expertise in over 1,300 public and chartered schools in New York City.
Eva was born in 1964 in New York City. Her career is characterized by privatization of public education through her charter school movement. Additionally, Eva worked with New York City charter school center where she co-wrote a charter school guide-book, Mission Possible, with her colleague Arin Lavinia. Evan Moskowitz studied at the University of Pennsylvania where she received a bachelor’s degree. She also earned a Ph.D. from Johns Hopkins University in American History.
Eva Moskowitz lived in Columbia University neighborhood and attended Stuyvesant High School before joining college. As a professor, Eva Moskowitz taught women history on a part-time basis at the University of Virginia. Later she taught at Vanderbilt University as an assistant professor until 1990 when she moved to City University of New York as an assistant professor. Further, Eva taught civics and children’s literacy as a director of public affair.
Success Academy charter school formerly known as Harlem Success Academy is a great milestone in Eva Moskowitz’s career. To enumerate this fact, she received a financial compensation of $567,500 for the year 2013-2014. Moreover, Eva Moskowitz is also a member of Students First New York based organization that advocates for education