Karen Dubiel

Karen Dubiel, Principal

I graduated from James Madison University in 2000 with a B.A. in Sociology, Early Childhood Education and Dance. (Go DUKES!) My career in education began over 21 years ago with seven years of experience teaching in first, second and fifth grades in Hanover County and Chesterfield County. During my tenure as a classroom teacher, I earned my M.Ed. in reading education from the University of Virginia and this led me to serve the children of Colonial Heights in five schools as the division K-12 instructional specialist-reading coach for six years. With the dream of returning to one elementary school, I completed my Ed.S. in administration and supervision from the University of Virginia and served as an assistant principal in Hanover County. My journey led me home to Chesterfield County where I’ve had the honor of leading the Wolfpack as principal of Winterpock Elementary for the past four years. Now, I’m excited to build relationships with new families and strengthen relationships with current families as we unite as one school family to build new traditions at Moseley Elementary!

Kimberley Parnell

Kimberly Parnell, Assistant Principal

Ms. Parnell is a proud graduate of Chesterfield County Public Schools! She currently serves as an Assistant Principal at Moseley Elementary. Her teaching career includes experience as a classroom teacher and Title I Reading Teacher at Peabody Middle, Chalkley Elementary, and Robious Elementary schools in grades K-6. In 2019, Ms. Parnell completed her M.Ed. in Administration and Supervision at the University of Virginia and began her journey in school administration.

Alison Sheppard

Alison Sheppard, Assistant Principal

Mrs. Sheppard has come to serve as Moseley Elementary’s Assistant Principal with 19 years of experience in education. She has worked all across the state of Virginia serving in grades K-3 in Chesapeake, Newport News, and Chesterfield County Public Schools and most recently as a Dean of Students at Marguerite Christian Elementary. Mrs. Sheppard first earned her bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Early Childhood Education in 2003 from James Madison University and went on to complete her leadership training at the University of Virginia with a Masters in Administration and Supervision. It is her mission to inspire a love for learning and provide a place where your child feels safe, supported, and important.