The Mainland Chapter of the NAACP recognized Roland Rogers Elementary School Principal Robin L. Moore-Greene for her achievements in public education at the annual Freedom Fund awards dinner Saturday, Oct. 29 at Great Bay Country Club in Somers Point 

Moore-Greene is the first African-American female principal in the history of the Galloway Township School District and the only African American administrator in Galloway, according to a release from the NAACP.

Prior to working in Galloway, she served three years as an assistant principal for Egg Harbor Township High School, where she was the first African-American female administrator in the history of Egg Harbor Township. In 2014 she was hired as an adjunct professor for Rowan University’s College of Education Graduate programs, the release states.

Moore-Greene was born in Atlantic City and raised in Pleasantville, where she attended public school. She taught for 26 years, 10 yas a special education teacher for the Pleasantville School District.

Moore-Greene enjoys writing and promoting her two books, “God’s Perfect Plan” published in 2007 and 2014 and “Wondering” published in 2014. She is married to James C. Greene.