Dr. Donald Warren has experience as a teacher, coach, and administrator. Currently, he is the Deputy Superintendent of the Griffin-Spalding County School District. Previously, he was the Executive Director of Secondary Education. In this role, he supervised all middle and high school principals along with career and technical education. He also worked collaboratively with the middle and high school counselors. He came to GSCS after serving as the Director of Curriculum and Instruction & Director of Learning and Leadership for Henry County Schools. Dr. Warren spent the majority of his career in the Houston County School District as a mathematics teacher at Houston County High and assistant principal (Parkside and Westside Elementary Schools & Perry Middle School). He served as principal of Warner Robins Middle School for eleven years.
He holds the Doctor of Education and Specialist degrees in Educational Leadership from the University of Georgia (2002, 1998), a Master’s degree in Educational Administration and Supervision from Georgia College & State University (1997), and a B.S. in Mathematics and Computer Information Systems from Georgia Southwestern State University (1990).