Eric S. Rozier has served as the principal of Cincinnati Digital Academy (CDA) since 2015. Rozier has worked with children for more than 20 years, particularly with children at risk, helping start an adoption agency. Prior to joining the school, he served as an assistant principal for several schools in the Cincinnati Public Schools district. He also worked one year for juvenile court at 2020 Hamilton County Detention Center. Rozier holds a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice and a master’s degree in elementary education from Xavier University. He also holds a master’s degree in educational leadership from the University of Cincinnati.
What inspired you to enter this career path?
I have always wanted to work with kids; they inspire me.
What is the CDA difference?
We are local and are able to provide help and tutoring sessions at our site.
What motivates you?
My philosophy on working with kids is they can all be successful if they have people who truly believe in them, and it starts with me. I am motivated by knowing that my students depend on me each and every day.
What do you enjoy doing outside of the workday?
I am married and have two girls. I enjoy spending time with family, and hunting and farming on the land I own. I also like to fish and play basketball.