Distinguished Former Superintendent
Possessing over 20 years of experience in education, Rebecca Lowry is an administrator and former school psychologist who most recently served as superintendent of Westmoreland County Public School (WMLCPS), where she managed an annual budget of $18 million and led initiatives to meet academic and institutional goals. Before joining WMLCPS in 2011, Rebecca Lowry held assistant and associate superintendent positions with and Chichester School District and Dayton Public Schools, respectively.
Throughout her tenure with Chichester Public, Rebecca Lowry managed academic programs and helped improve student performance by instituting No Child Left Behind assessments that helped each school earn Adequate Yearly Progress status. As an associate superintendent with Dayton Public Schools, she directed student support services primarily focused on better preparing students for college.
She previously held administrative roles within the Cleveland Municipal School District, where she led efforts to implement multilingual and special education programs and created a partnership with Cuyahoga Community College to allow high school students to acquire college credits. In 2005, she was awarded Educator of the Year by the Cleveland Rotary Club. She holds a master’s degree in school psychology as well as a doctor of education in educational leadership.