Executive Principal Citizens School Dubai
Tracy Moxley is an educational leader with significant experience leading in the UK, US and international education. She has extensive experience in educational innovation, new pedagogies, teacher professional development and school improvement.
She has founded more than ten schools in her career to date. As a professional educator, Tracy is committed to ensuring students and their mentors how agency and the power of choice in learning, 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 in the implementation of innovative pedagogy through teacher action research, exploring the creation of innovative communities within educational institutions. 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.
As a curriculum developer, Tracy is committed to interdisciplinary project-based approaches using educational technology to personalize and empower learning. She has also been a part of a KHDA team working on student wellbeing and the correlation between wellbeing and academic performance.
Tracy is a published author on the IB Middle Years programme and was a Co-Founder of The Kindred Project; a unique NGO set up and led by students, supporting peers in developing schools in India, Morocco and Uganda.
As a CIS inspector, she has also completed international accreditation visits at prestigious schools in Moscow and Prague. Tracy has a Master’s degree and Professional Diploma in International Education from the Institute of Education, University College London.