Angelina Burrows

Senior Specialist, Southeast

As an NIET Indiana TSL senior specialist, Angelina Burrows is passionate about helping educators become the absolute best in their field. With the right support in place, every classroom can have educator excellence embodied in it. Angelina's goal is to be a catalyst for this change to happen. She believes with hard work, dedication, and a mindset of excellence, school leaders will grow, and in turn, so will their teachers and ultimately their students.

Prior to joining NIET, Angelina worked as an assistant principal for Indianapolis Public Schools and dean of students at Hammond High School in Northwest Indiana. She has also been a master and mentor teacher at Scott Middle School (also in Hammond, Indiana), where she started her career in education as a seventh grade science teacher. As a first-generation college graduate, Angelina earned her Bachelor of Science from Loyola University Chicago, Master of Science in education from Quincy University, and Master of Education in school administration and supervision from Indiana State University.

 Angelina  Burrows

Why are you passionate about working at NIET?

I am passionate about working at NIET because I believe in the vision and have seen with my own eyes the success of what can be accomplished when the focus is on educator excellence and student achievement.

What was your favorite subject in school and why?

It wasn't until high school that I found my favorite subject would be science. I needed an explanation for everything and with science I could get that. There were theories, research and even opportunities for me to experiment with projects that led to my love for this discipline.

What do you do in your free time?

In my free time, I enjoy working out. When I work out in the mornings, it helps me get focused for the day and increases my energy level. If I have an evening workout, it helps me unwind to have a relaxing evening and plan my schedule for the upcoming day. When I'm not in the gym you can find me reading a book or in the kitchen baking.