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Clarke County Board of Education elects new president and vice president

The Clarke County Board of Education on Jan. 11 elected Mamba Anderson of District 6 as its new president and Mark Evans of District 9 as vice president..

Mumbi Anderson

Elected to the board in 2020, Anderson moved to Athens in 1991 and attended Clarke County schools. She's the mother of three children, including a 2023 graduate of Clarke Central High School.

Anderson holds a PhD and is currently a clinical assistant professor at the University of Georgia's College of Public Health. She teaches, provides oversight in graduate education, and works on the college’s accreditation and evaluation activities, while also serving on several university and community boards and committees.

Her current board term expires in December 2024.

Mark Evans

Evans was first elected to the board in 2022, and his current term expires in December 2026.

He is an assistant professor of education and the director of the Center of Teaching and Learning at Piedmont University.

He has two children in Clarke County schools.

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Congratulations on your new positioon. Is there a more difficult job in education than leading CCSD? I don't think there is. I could fill this site with suggestions for your first term of service, but who would know what to do first? DISCIPLINE!

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