About Dawn

Dawn Moses is the DME Academy Volleyball Club Director who retired from Teaching in 2015 after a 30-year career in Physical Education, Health, and Elementary Education. Dawn was a volleyball referee in Ohio for 18 years where she became a student of the game. She learned from some of the best coaches out there and the game became her passion. She has coached HS for 32 years, where she currently serves as the head coach at Matanzas in Flagler County. She was a Club Director in Ohio for 12 years, prior to stepping into the Club Director at DME in 2015. Coach Dawn has won over 400 matches in the 3 high schools she has coached. She won the 2008 State Championship Division I in Ohio and became and the first public school to win that championship. She was Vice President of OHSVCA District II, an OHSVCA State Trustee, 10- time District Coach of the Year, and 8-time Conference Coach of the Year. She coached 17 All-Ohio Players. She has made an impact in Volusia-Flagler county helping DME recieve the Gold Medal seal from USA Volleyball. She has also grown our club from 107 athletes to over 225. Dawn enjoys coaching because of the impact great coaches made in her life. She loves working with young people and having the opportunity to guide them in two of the most important games they will ever play: life and sports.