Dr. Eric Louérs-Phillips has accepted the position of acting Executive Director of Public Affairs and will begin next week.
Dr. Louérs-Phillips is currently the FCPS Supervisor of Accelerating Achievement and Equity, a position he has held since 2016. In this role he has led the team-centered
work of guiding FCPS staff to examine their attitudes, practices and beliefs in meeting the needs of all community members to ensure policies and structures are equitable and inclusive.
FCPS Superintendent Dr. Terry Alban announced his appointment during the August 18 Board of Education of Frederick County meeting. He will serve on the superintendent’s cabinet.
“Dr. Louérs-Phillips has been an invaluable leader in FCPS at multiple levels,” FCPS Superintendent Dr. Terry Alban said. “I am looking forward to working with him in the days ahead.”
Dr. Louérs-Phillips joined FCPS in 2004 after starting his education career in Montgomery County Public Schools as a teacher. He has served as a teacher at Monocacy Elementary, Whittier Elementary and West Frederick Middle, as assistant principal at Waverley Elementary and as an elementary social studies curriculum specialist.
In addition to his current position, Louérs-Phillips has served for five years as an adjunct professor in the Department of Education at Hood College. Graduating from Morgan State University in Baltimore, Louérs-Phillips earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education. He also holds two master’s degrees in Curriculum and Instruction – one in Adult Education, the other in Administration and Supervision. He also earned a Doctor of Organizational Leadership from Hood College.