Angela Griffis' passion and dedication to the education profession spans over 15 years. As an NIET senior specialist for Texas, Angela Griffis supports district and school leaders in implementing best practices of highly effective schools, increasing teacher effectiveness, and positively impacting student achievement.
Before becoming a senior specialist, Angela demonstrated an unwavering passion for teaching and learning through various roles. She has had the opportunity to support teachers, teacher leaders, principals, and district leaders within the multiple roles that she has served. Angela formally served as a master teacher supporting campus improvement implementation that focused on increasing student achievement and growing teacher pedagogical knowledge. Angela also served as a district-level K-12 curriculum and instruction specialist through which she deepened her commitment for supporting teachers, administrators and district-level personnel with developing high-quality structures and professional development to ensure equitable instructional practices were present in all classrooms.
Angela earned a Bachelor of Elementary Education degree from Texas A & M University-Commerce, including certifications in early childhood, elementary education, and secondary education. She also holds a Master of Educational Administration from Concordia University Seward-Nebraska. Angela is pursuing her doctorate in curriculum and instruction from Texas A & M University-College Station.