Dr. Donald E. Fennoy II is the former superintendent of The School District of Palm Beach County in Florida. The district is the 10th largest in the country.
Prior to his appointment as superintendent, Fennoy served as the district’s chief operating officer. He is credited with significantly improving operational efficiencies across the nine departments within his division. Before joining Palm Beach County, Fennoy served as the senior area superintendent of the South Learning Community for the Fulton County School District and as executive director of New Leaders in Maryland, overseeing the day-to-day operations and programming for the principal development program. In a prior position as a principal in Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools, his high school received the National School Change Award.
Fennoy currently serves as superintendent in residence for New Leaders and BookNook, as well as chief in residence with Chiefs for Change. Dr. Fennoy is a graduate of Florida A&M University and received a master’s and doctorate at University of Central Florida
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