Dr. Jared Myracle

Executive Director of District Services and Innovation

Dr. Jared Myracle currently serves as the executive director of district services and innovation for NIET. In this position, he works to connect the work of strategy and innovation and the ongoing development and delivery of district services. Prior to joining NIET in 2020, Jared was the chief academic officer for Jackson-Madison County Schools in Tennessee, where he led the district through the implementation of high-quality curriculum in core subject areas and the creation of career readiness programs that increased the number of early post-secondary opportunities for students. Jared has also worked extensively to develop and implement systems for the development and coaching of school leaders and teacher leaders.

Jared has served in various roles in public schools in Tennessee, including classroom teacher, assistant principal, curriculum supervisor, and assistant superintendent. In recent years, Jared has also served as a leadership council member for the Tennessee Department of Education to support standards implementation and professional development for teachers statewide. Jared also serves as an executive board member for the Tennessee Rural Education Association.

Jared attended Union University, earning a bachelor's degree in history, and earned a master's degree and doctorate of education from Trevecca Nazarene University.


Dr. Jared  Myracle

Why are you passionate about working at NIET?

Students are most successful when their teachers and school leaders have access to high-quality resources and thoughtful support. I am excited about the work NIET leads to provide students, teachers, and leaders with the resources and support necessary to radically improve student achievement. I am honored to be a part of NIET and this team of great educators who are committed to making a difference in the lives of students across the country.

What was your favorite subject in school and why?

My favorite subject in school was American history. In fact, I enjoyed it so much that I decided to pursue it as my undergraduate degree so that I could teach it. I like studying American history because our country's past is full of complicated and interesting events that have impacted so much of the world we see around us. I think studying history is a great way to understand the present.

What do you do in your free time?

In my free time, I like to spend as much time as possible outdoors. I like to golf, hike, and explore the surrounding farmland in my Jeep. Recently, my wife and I have started visiting national parks. Our recent favorites are Yellowstone, the Grand Tetons, and Rocky Mountain National Park.