Jeanette Winn, Ed.D.
Karnes City ISD
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Dr. Winn’s Bio
Jeanette Winn is a native of Edna, Texas. She earned her Bachelor of Science in Curriculum and Instruction from Texas A&M University and her Master of Education in Educational Administration from Southwest Texas State University, now Texas State University. She also received her Doctorate of Education from Lamar University.
Her professional experience began as an elementary and middle school teacher in Texas. She also taught junior high and high school math in Arkansas and South Carolina. After serving as a campus assistant principal in South Carolina for four years, Dr. Winn returned to Texas and joined the KCISD team as the Roger E. Sides Elementary Principal. She also served as the Karnes City Junior High Principal and the Karnes City High School Principal before being selected for the role of Superintendent in August, 2010.
Professionally, Dr. Winn is extensively involved and active at both the state and regional levels. She currently serves on the executive committees of the Texas Association of School Administrators, Region Three Education Service Center, and the UIL Music Region Twelve. Additionally she serves on the board of directors for the Texas Rural Education Association and the Equity Center. Dr. Winn leads UIL District 26-AAA as the Executive Committee Chairman.
Dr. Winn is married to Leo Moczygemba. She has three sons, all graduates of Karnes City High School. Chris received his Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Master of Arts in Professional Counseling from Texas State University in 2010 and 2014, respectively. Anthony received his Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Texas State University in 2012 and his Master of Arts in Forensic Psychology from the University of Houston-Victoria in 2015. Matthew received his Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies from Texas State University in 2015 and his Master of Arts in Communication Studies from Texas State in 2017.