Fulton County Schools taps DeKalb administrator for cabinet-level post

Fulton County Schools hired Noel Maloof as its chief operations officer. Photo courtesy of Fulton County Schools
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Fulton County Schools hired Noel Maloof as its chief operations officer. Photo courtesy of Fulton County Schools

Credit: Fulton County Schools

Credit: Fulton County Schools

A DeKalb County School District administrator will be the next chief operations officer for Fulton County Schools.

Noel Maloof, DeKalb’s deputy chief operations officer, will start his new, cabinet-level post with the Fulton district on May 17.

In his new role, Maloof will oversee school building projects, nutrition and transportation services, among other duties, for the state’s fourth-largest district. He fills a position vacated this spring by Patrick Burke, who left Fulton for a job with Gwinnett County Public Schools.

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The Fulton position has been held on an interim basis by Louis Mosley, a retired school construction executive.

Maloof previously worked as the chief operations officer for the City Schools of Decatur.

A former high school English teacher, he’s also served as a principal at Dunwoody High School and Vanderlyn Elementary School in DeKalb County and at Decatur High School.

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