Nekesha Cozart has 19 years of experience in education, having started her career as a special education teacher at Harrison Elementary. In 2013, she joined the staff at Carter G. Woodson Academy as a community liaison, and for the past six years has served as administrative dean. Cozart holds a bachelor’s degree in human environmental sciences, individual, and family development from the University of Kentucky and a master’s degree in learning and behavior disorders from Georgetown College. She completed her rank I, principal licensure program, and principal licensure program II at Asbury University.
“Mrs. Cozart has the knowledge and skills to continue pushing the mission of Carter G. Woodson Academy forward, and I look forward to working alongside her for the 22-23 school year,” said Chief of High Schools James McMillin.
Posted July 21, 2022