Lindsey Parker supports implementation of NIET practices through her work as a member of NIET’s professional learning team. In addition to ensuring existing services and materials are representative of current research and partner needs, Lindsey works with colleagues to develop innovative training and support materials for implementation across multiple projects.
Complimenting her work with the professional learning team, Lindsey continues to serve as a thought partner for colleagues and state, district, and school leaders focused on increasing educator effectiveness and student achievement through implementation of NIET practices.
During her tenure with NIET, Lindsey has leveraged her extensive knowledge of NIET practices, curriculum, and instruction to coach and support leaders at all levels to strengthen weekly professional development meetings for school leaders and classroom teachers tied to overall student achievement goals, providing regular and meaningful feedback to partners that help move schools and districts forward.
Lindsey joined NIET in 2017 following six years as a TAP master teacher in the DeSoto Parish School System. Lindsey also served as a teacher leader advisor for the Louisiana Department of Education where she created English language arts guidebooks and trained educators statewide.
Lindsey received a Milken Educator Award in 2014. She holds a bachelor of science in elementary education from Centenary College of Louisiana and a master of education in educational leadership from the University of Louisiana Monroe.