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Faculty Profile
Dan Moorer
Physical Education Teacher
Dan Moorer began teaching Lower School physical education at Whitefield in 2016. He has a Bachelor of Arts in business administration management from Saint Leo University. While obtaining his degree, he served in the United States Navy for four years. Following the end of his enlistment, Moorer worked for a defense contractor and for IBM in information technology. Following his time with IBM, he worked as an entrepreneur, owning three businesses before deciding to make the career change to education. For four years, Moorer taught at the middle school and the high school level, three of which he spent teaching marketing, entrepreneurship, and management at Forest Park High School. Currently, Moorer is pursuing his graduate degree in educational leadership through Kennesaw State University. He is due to graduate in the fall of 2016 with his master’s degree.

On a professional note


Why Whitefield?
Ever since my son first started attending Whitefield in 2009, I knew I wanted to be a part of the Whitefield family. This is a school that glorifies God, loves its students, and believes in a sense of community. It’s an honor to teach here, coach here, and send my children here.

What I love about teaching:
I love teaching and coaching our young people. As a varsity football coach for my sixth straight year, I’ve learned what a privilege it is to be a part of a young person’s physical, emotional, and spiritual development. It’s a joy to watch a student find the gifts with which God has blessed him or her.

On a personal note


About my family:
My wife, Rebekka, and I have two children who both attend Whitefield, Jake (’22) and Kathryn (’24).

Hometown: Eufaula, Alabama