Lori Line has been an educator for over 30 years. For the first 18 years of her career, Lori was an elementary teacher, instructional coach, and assistant principal. When Goshen Community Schools implemented the TAP system in 2011, Lori became a Master Teacher at West Goshen Elementary School. During her time as Master Teacher, West Goshen Elementary School was named the School of Promise from NIET in 2012. In 2013, Lori transitioned to a TAP State Regional Coordinator at the Center of Excellence in Leadership of Learning (C.E.L.L.) at the University of Indianapolis through a federal TIF grant. When the TIF grant was ending, Lori went back to West Goshen Elementary School to serve as principal. During all four years serving as principal, West Goshen was awarded an “A” rating from the state of Indiana. It was while Lori was at West Goshen that our school was nominated in 2017 and then awarded in 2018 the TAP Founder’s Award. In 2019, Lori was named an assistant superintendent for Goshen Community Schools overseeing professional development and human resources for the corporation. In 2023, Goshen Community Schools was awarded the NIET District Award for Excellence for Educator Effectiveness.
Lori Line has served on the NIET Education Advisory Board, NIET Steering Committee, and was named an NIET Teach Factor Fellow.
Lori has earned her master’s and bachelor’s degrees in Elementary Education from Ball State University. Lori's administrative licensure was obtained through Indiana Wesleyan University, and she earned a Ph.D. in Education Administration through Indiana State University.