Dr. Chaney Mosley
Chaney Mosley, PhD, is currently an Assistant Professor of Agricultural Education at Middle Tennessee State University (MTSU) where he prepares future teachers and researches career and technical education (CTE) and leadership development. Prior to joining MTSU, Chaney served as a school-based administrator and CTE Director for Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools (MNPS). At MNPS, he provided leadership for 41 career academies employing 125 CTE teachers across 15 different high schools serving more than 16,000 students. He managed an operating budget in excess of $9.8 million while collaborating with more than 350 business, industry and higher education partners to support successful secondary to post-secondary transitions for a diverse student population, with greater than 70% of students coming from low-income families. Chaney is a National Board Certified Teacher and has taught middle and high school, undergraduate and graduate level courses in agriculture, leadership, and education. He is experienced in high school redesign and transformation by combining academic and career education while engaging business, industry and higher education partners to support simultaneous college and career readiness.