Angelia (Anjee) Moore is running unopposed for the At-Large IPS board seat. Anjee has a deep connection to IPS. Not only is she an IPS graduate and the proud mother of three IPS grads and one current student, Anjee is a former member of the district administration and has a long resume in K-12 education. Her commitment to youth is equally as strong, as she has served for nearly two decades as a court appointed special advocate for children in the welfare system.
Anjee won support from the IPS parent committee for her commitment to improving schools and ensuring that IPS takes bold moves toward closing racial opportunity gaps. She also made clear to parents that their opinions would be valued when considering important policy decisions by the board.
Based on her responses to our survey and her lifelong commitment to the service of others, we are excited to see Angelia step up to run for the IPS board. We believe she will actively champion positive changes, with a focus on closing opportunity gaps, and ensuring our students have great teachers and schools.
Close academic opportunity gaps
Bring community voices and partners together to improve IPS
Invest in teacher pay to attract and retain great teachers
“I feel confident in who we endorsed as a committee because these candidates are all fearless leaders who want to bring positive change to IPS. They understand parents like me because they are parents like me and I know they will listen to our calls for high-quality and equitable schools for every IPS student.”
Shawanda Tyson, parent
PARENTS ANNOUNCE THEIR IPS BOARD ENDORSEMENT
Why I’ve joined a group of parents focused on electing equitable IPS board candidates