Mary Moran has served the Rutland City Public Schools since 1996, first as Assistant Superintendent and, since March 2000, as Superintendent of Education. Prior to moving to Rutland, Ms. Moran, a Boston native, was a public educator in Massachusetts for many years. She was a high school history teacher, class and student council advisor and tennis and volleyball coach at Braintree High School, served as Assistant Principal at Wellesley High School, and Principal at Franklin High School. Ms. Moran has served on various education and community boards and projects, including the New England Association of Schools & Colleges, the Vermont High School Task Force, the Vermont Superintendents Association, the American Association of School Administrators Executive Committee, and the Rutland Regional Medical Center.                 


Ms. Moran also served on the Teaching American History Project Advisory Board at Castleton, is a Past President of the United Way of Rutland County and the Rutland Housing Authority Board of Commissioners. Currently, she serves on the Vermont Lumina 70/2025 Project and the Vermont PBS Board of Directors. Ms. Moran graduated from Boston College with a BA in history, with honors. She also holds a MA in American Studies from Boston College and a Certificate of Advanced Graduate Study in School Administration from Northeastern University.