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Mosby Cogswell Promoted to Director of Pacific Learning Academy

ByJoe Connector

Aug 3, 2015
Pacific Learning Academy has announced Mosby Cogswell as a new Director at the Issaquah educational service and accredited private school. Mosby Cogswell has been promoted from Assistant Director to Director.
Mosby provides support to Pacific Learning Academy staff and instructors in order to create an exceptional experience for families. In her new role, she will be taking on more leadership responsibilities and helping to drive the organization to help more students than ever.
With a Masters in Teaching, an extensive humanities education background and 10 years of classroom experience, Mosby’s passions include social/emotional adolescent development, multicultural education, and curriculum and program development.  Mosby has developed curriculum at a number of Seattle schools and has also created and implemented school programs in multicultural education, service learning, student leadership, and middle school foundations.
 “Academy families not only get an expert in tutoring and high school credit courses, but a warm professional who always puts our students first,” states Kirsten O’Malley, Founder & Executive Director, Pacific Learning Academy. “We know Mosby will continue the academy’s tradition of being known as the benchmark of education by design.”
About Pacific Learning Academy
Pacific Learning Academy was founded in 2004 to provide a reliable educational service to Eastside students frustrated with their current academic experiences. In 2011, the Academy became an accredited high school as well as a trusted tutoring service. Founder Kirsten O’Malley and her dedicated team strive to make a student’s educational experience successful and motivating, bringing the joy back to learning, and supporting both those that struggle and those that feel they are ready to take on more challenges. For more information, visit www.PacificLearningAcademy.com.