Lynne Malloy, CAA, retired in 2009 after a successful career in secondary education at North Springs High School. During her tenure at North Springs, Malloy was named the North Springs High School Teacher of the Year three times (1992, 1994, 2000) and the Fulton County Health Educator of the Year once (1988). She was nominated Who’s Who Among American Teachers and received the UGA Alumnus Award (Outstanding Teacher-Coach) in 1988.
Over her 30-year career, Malloy served as a head coach on the varsity level in gymnastics, basketball and track and field. However, it is in volleyball where she experienced the most success. Her volleyball teams captured ten area championships (1980, 1981, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1992, 1999) and was State ranked six times. During this time, Malloy was named Coach of the Year four times and served as the State Coordinator in volleyball for the AAA and AAAA classifications. Other coaching awards included the Volleyball Coach Silver Award (1988) presented by Scholastic Coach Magazine and a nomination for National High School Volleyball Coach of the Year (1983).
In 1987, Coach Malloy assumed the position of Assistant Athletic Director at North Springs and remained in this position for four years. In 1991, Malloy was named Athletic Director at North Springs and remained in this position for 10 years. She became a Certified Athletic Administrator in 1995. While serving as Athletic Director, Malloy was voted Region Vice-President twice and was elected Region President four times.
For her contribution to her Region, Malloy was named the Region 5-AAA Athletic Director of the Year in 1994 and 1995. She was selected as the AAA Athletic Director of the Year in 1995. Malloy served as State Awards Chair-person on the Georgia Athletic Directors Board of Directors until 2013.