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Former Chatham Schools superintendent to partner with MHAworks

Posted Monday, June 27, 2005

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Chapel Hill, NC – MHAworks, PA, a Carolinas-based architectural firm, announces a strategic partnership with Larry Mabe, recently retired Superintendent of Chatham County Schools. Mabe will work with MHAworks as an educational consultant for their educational design studio projects. He is the President of Educational Leadership for Success, LLC.

Mabe’s expertise in educational development, facility planning and design, makes him a strong asset to MHAworks’ Educational Design Studio facility planning and design team. “The opportunity to work with MHAworks, a firm that puts integrity and quality first, is very exciting to me,” said Mabe. “Through this role I expect to have continued impact on the quality of education in North Carolina and beyond through the creation of exceptional environments for learning.”

He draws upon 37 years experience working with North Carolina schools. Mabe began his career as a French teacher in Hoke County and Moore County. After receiving his Masters of Arts in French and his Principal Certificate, Mabe served as a Principal in Chatham County for ten years. In 1994, he became the county’s Superintendent of Schools, and remained so until his retirement in June 2005.

“Larry Mabe and I have collaborated for more than a decade, planning facilities ranging from Pre-Kindergarten to High School levels,” said David Clinton, Vice President and Director of the Educational Design Studio at MHAworks. “We are excited about the opportunity to re-formulate this successful arrangement as a planning and design team that will work for school districts throughout our state.”

 
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