Ricardy Anderson

Ricardy Anderson

Mason District Representative
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About Dr. Ricardy Anderson: She is an educator, parent, community volunteer, and former Army Reservist. Dr. Anderson has over 23 years of experience in education serving as a teacher and principal in both elementary and middle schools. She also served as a central office administrator in the position of director of teaching and learning.

School Board Committee/Leadership (Current): Dr. Anderson is currently a member of the Comprehensive Planning Development Committee and the Public Engagement Committee. She also serves as the School Board liaison to the Adult and Community Education Advisory Committee and the Fairfax County Athletic Council.

School Board Committee/Leadership (Previous): Dr. Anderson was elected to serve as chair of the School Board for the 2020-2021 school year. She has served as vice-chair of the Budget Committee (2020) and as a member of the Comprehensive Planning Development Committee (2020) and the Governance Committee (2021-2022). Dr. Anderson has also served as the School Board liaison to the Fairfax County Planning Commission (2020), the Fairfax County Athletic Council (2020-2021), and the Fairfax County Park Authority (2021-2022).

Education: Dr. Anderson holds a bachelor’s degree in elementary education from the State University of New York College at Buffalo, a master’s degree in educational leadership and administration from Howard University, and a doctorate in educational administration from the University of the Pacific.

Personal: Dr. Anderson and her husband have lived in the Mason District since 2008 and have two school-aged children.

Current Term Began: 1/1/2020 

Current Term Expires: 12/31/23

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About Fairfax County's Mason District

Fairfax County is divided into nine magisterial districts, which are used for conducting elections. Magisterial districts are unrelated to school boundaries. Dr. Anderson was elected to serve as the School Board member to represent the Mason magisterial district. 

Citizen Advisory Committees

The School Board appoints members to numerous citizen advisory committees to increase community input on specific issues. School Board members each appoint a citizen to represent their district. Advisory committees meet throughout the year and submit an annual report to the Board. Learn more about School Board committees, including citizen advisory committees

About Regions Within Fairfax County Public Schools

In order to deliver educational excellence, Fairfax County Public Schools is divided into five regions. Most of the Mason District schools are located within Region 2. Dr. Anderson also represents families with students who attend schools in Region 3 and Region 5. These regions are further divided into Pyramids.

Find Your Local School 

Find your local school by entering your address in the FCPS Boundary Locator. School contact information is listed in the Schools Directory

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Dr. Ricardy Anderson

Cristy Coffey, Executive Administrative Assistant