Tracy Moxley, the Executive Principal of Citizens, has extensive experience in educational innovation, new pedagogies, and professional teacher development across UK, US and European international schools. She has founded more than nine schools in her career to date. In her role as the Executive Principal, Tracy is responsible for executing on Citizens’ vision of commitment to re-shaping education and the success of all learners and mentors, as well as cultivating an environment in which learners and their parents are placed at the center of the learning experience. As a professional educator, she is committed to empowering students and mentors with the power of choice, as well as ensuring their development needs are met through interdisciplinary, innovative and competency-based training and development.
Over the years, Tracy has played an instrumental role in developing global exchange experiences for students and teachers, to enhance learning and professional development. Passionate about reimagining the future of education, she has been actively involved in contributing to research in her field with the Harvard Graduate School of Education Project Zero. She holds a Master’s degree and a professional diploma in International Education from the Institute of Education, University College London, and an NPQEL in Educational Leadership.
The correlation between well-being and academic performance remains of utmost importance to Tracy, who is also a published author, having written on the IB Middle Years program. Previously, she has also served as the co-founder of The Kindred Project – a unique NGO set up and led by students, supporting peers in developing schools in India, Morocco, and Africa. As a Council of International Schools (CIS) inspector, she has also completed international accreditation visits at prestigious schools in Singapore, Moscow, and Prague.