The Outstanding Career of Eva Moskowitz in the Education Sector

Eva Sarah Moskowitz is a renowned individual in the United States’ education sector. She is the proprietor and CEO of Success Academy Charter School. Moskowitz once served New York City’s Upper East Side as a member of the city council. She has been determined to privatize public education through establishing charter schools across the country. Apart from being the head of Success Academy Charter Schools, she has worked with various learning institutions that include the New York City Charter School Center, Students First NY, the Harlem Education Fair, and the Great Public Schools PAC.


Eva Moskowitz collaborated with Arin Lavinia in writing Mission Possible, which was published in 2012 and has been serving as a guide for operating charter schools. She currently holds a Ph.D. in history. Other books that Eva has written include Betty Friedan’s Work and In Therapy We Trust. They were published in 1996 and 2001 respectively. During her term as a City Councilmember (1999-2005), Eva Moskowitz served as the head of the Education Committee. In 2005, she ran to be the nominee of the Democratic Party for the Manhattan Borough President position.


The education activist studied at Stuyvesant High School, and later the enrolled at the University of Pennsylvania where she was awarded a degree in history. After a few years, she joined John Hopkins University and graduated with a Ph.D. in American history in 1991. Eva Moskowitz has had a long career. As from 1989 to 1990, she served as a visiting professor of mass culture and communications at the University of Virginia. She was hired by the Vanderbilt University in 1992 and served an assistant history professor until 1993. Other higher learning institutions that she has served include Columbia University and the City University of New York. Eva Moskowitz has accomplished a lot the Success Academy Charter School’s CEO and is served by four assistants.