Ann Levett

Ann Levett
Class of 1993
Chief Academic Officer, Savannah-Chatham County Public Schools

Dr. Ann Levett is 1976 graduate of Armstrong, earning her Bachelor of Science in Speech and Language pathology. From there, she pursued a career in education, earning a Master’s degree in Special Education and Public Administration, as well as an Education Specialist degree in Educational Administration, all from Georgia Southern University. Dr. Levett continued her education and completed her doctorate in Educational Administration at the University of Georgia in 1992.

Since completion of her degrees, Dr. Levett has proceeded as an accomplished educator locally, nationally, and abroad. She began her career in the Savannah-Chatham County Public School System for more than 20 years, serving numerous positions such as interim superintendent, secondary principal, and more. Dr. Levett then went on to serve as Executive Director of the School Development Program, a national school reform program at Yale University School of Medicine. In addition to coordinating the School Development Program nationally, Dr. Levett also led reform efforts in several European cities, including Dublin, Ireland.

After her time at Yale, Dr. Levett was appointed to the Board of Education for New Haven Public Schools in New Haven, Connecticut. She also has served as Dean of the School of Education at Macon State College.

Dr. Levett has recently returned to Savannah, and is currently the Chief Academic Officer of Savannah-Chatham County Public Schools.