Audubon Charter School Names Brown CEO/ Principal

Latoye A. Brown, Audubon Charter School Principal and CEO

NEW ORLEANS – Audubon Charter School announced the appointment of Interim Principal Latoye Brown as the new CEO/ Principal of the school. Brown was officially and unanimously named the new leader at the French and Montessori Education (FAME) Board of Directors Meeting on June 4, 2016.

         Brown was chosen after an eight-month search by Educational Directions, Inc.

         “We are thrilled with the appointment of Latoye A. Brown as CEO/ Principal of Audubon Charter School,” said Derek D. Bardell, Chairman of the FAME Board of Audubon Charter School. “We, as a governing board, are excited to see what the future holds for Audubon and the greater possibilities Latoye Brown will afford us. Ms. Brown’s background in business and education make her the ideal leader to elevate Audubon to the next level of excellence.”

         Brown started her career as a teacher at Singleton Charter School and A.P. Tureaud. At Tureaud, she also served as a Math Coach, Small Learning Community Leader and Master Teacher. In 2010, she became Assistant Principal of Benjamin Mays Preparatory School and in 2013 became Assistant Principal at Audubon Charter School. Brown most recently served as Audubon’s Interim CEO/Principal at Audubon for nine months. A graduate of Ben Franklin High School, Brown graduated from Xavier University and received an MBA and Master of Education from UNO. She is currently a Ph. D candidate as well.

         Audubon Charter School is an “A” ranked, “Top Gains” school with a dual French and Montessori program. Serving two campuses Uptown, Audubon is an Associate Member of the American Montessori Society, accredited by the French Ministry of Education and member of AEFE (Agency for French Teaching in America). Audubon Charter consistently is ranked as one of the top schools in the city.

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