Dr. Deanne Meadows has proudly served as an educator for 30 years in public education. She began her career as a high school math teacher focused on meeting the individual needs of her students. As she reflected on how she could have the most impact of students, she knew that the role of the teacher was most important. Supporting and developing effective teachers has been her priority for the past 20 years as she moved into administrative positions. She now serves students and teachers as a Superintendent with Columbus County Schools. Her personal mission is to provide every student an equitable educational experience so they can reach their fullest potential.
Dr. Meadows attended Kellogg Community College to earn her Associate Degree and immediately followed up at the University of Kentucky where she obtained her Bachelor of Arts in Education. She attended the University of North Carolina at Wilmington to earn a Master of School Administration and a Doctorate of Education in School Leadership.