Lisa Moore Williams
Ms. Lisa Moore Williams, a native of Hampton, Arkansas. She is in her
18th year of service as an educator. She began her career as a teacher of
Advanced Placement United States government and economics in the Memphis
City School system. She transitioned to Cobb County in 2005 and continued
educating students about Government and served as Osborne High School’s
athletic director, head girls’ basketball coach and assistant principal.
After eight years at Osborne, she transitioned to Pope High School as
assistant principal before being named Principal of Lindley Middle School.
She received her Bachelors of Arts in Political
Science and Masters in Arts in Teaching in Secondary of Education from the
University of Memphis. She attended the University of West Georgia and
received a certification in educational leadership and graduated from
Kennesaw State University with an Educational Specialist degree in
leadership and served as a graduate teaching assistant. Currently she is
completing her doctorate in education at Kennesaw.
She believes it is important that a building leader
never forgets what it is like to be a teacher. Effective leaders support,
develop and nurture their faculty and staff. Teachers play the most
important role in student development and achievement. Maintaining the
highest level of professionalism is instrumental to the ongoing success of a
school. Harboring a sense of transparency through ongoing dialogue with
staff and community stakeholders will develop partnerships both Lindley and
the Mableton community will value.
She currently serves the state as Vice President of
the Georgia High School Association and as a member of the Board of
Trustees. She believes in the value added to education through student
participation in sports and extracurricular activities. Student academic
success is built supporting the whole child and supporting his/her
Her desire is to increase communication and collaboration among staff,
teachers and the community. Her goal is to develop advanced student-centered
programs that vertically align with high school performance arts and career
pathway curriculums. She will place emphasis on teamwork and building
relationships within the community. Her goal is also to enrich school
culture through the creation of service learning opportunities.
She is honored to serve as principal of Frank P.
Lindley Middle School and to be a part of continuing the traditions of
excellence and service to the Mableton community.
Sheleta H. Young is a Georgia native with 23 years of experience in
education. She was educated in the Savannah-Chatham County Public School
System and graduate of Alfred Ely Beach High School, Home of the Mighty
Bulldogs. Mrs. Young earned her Bachelor of Science Degree in Middle Grades
Education from Armstrong Atlantic State University. She earned her Master of
Science Degree in Leadership and Education Specialist Degree in Leadership
from West Georgia University. She is currently a Doctoral student at the
University of Southern Mississippi.
Mrs. Young has 11 years teaching experience and 12 years administrative
experience. She has served as an Assistant Principal at Garrett Middle
School and Lost Mountain Middle School. She is excited to join the Lindley
family bringing her knowledge base and zeal for learning and she looks
forward to building relationships with the students, families, and community.
Ms. Sabrina Richardson was raised and educated in the Savannah -Chatham County Public School system which laid the foundation for her firm
commitment to education. She earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Savannah State University in Criminal Justice and then completed the Teacher
Certification Program at Armstrong Atlantic State University. Soon after beginning her career as an educator, Ms. Richardson was recognized by Who’s
Who Among Educators and nominated for the Disney’s Outstanding Teacher Award. Next, she was accepted into the National Institute of Teaching
Excellence, where she earned her Masters of Education degree from Cambridge College, in Boston, Massachusetts. Additionally, she earned an Educational
Leadership certificate from West Georgia University.
After working as a teacher and Writing Lab Coordinator in the Savannah-Chatham County School District for 8 years, Ms. Richardson
moved to the Atlanta area in 2004 where her roles as an educator evolved from Teacher-Leader, to Academic Coach and lastly to an Assistant
Administrator in the Fulton County School System. During the 2010 – 2011 school year she served as the Director of Programs for a non-profit
organization where she was responsible for developing and overseeing the educational programs for middle and high school students. In 2011, Ms.
Richardson joined the Lindley family and served as the Gifted Language Arts Instructor. Currently, she is serving as the Assistant Principal
and brings over 15 years of experience in education and a wide array of skills and valuable knowledge to the Administrative Team.