Vicky Condalary

Senior Vice President of Services and Partnerships

Vicky Condalary currently serves as NIET's senior vice president of services. Since joining NIET in 2013, Vicky has served in the role of executive director of the LA BOLD project, assistant director of school services and was the project director for TAP Connect, a Supporting Effective Educator Development (SEED) Grant in partnership with Texas Tech University and five independent school districts in Texas.

Prior to joining NIET, Vicky worked for the Louisiana Department of Education as the TAP senior executive master teacher supporting a team of 16 executive master teachers in numerous district throughout the state of Louisiana. She began her work at LDOE as the first Louisiana executive master teacher in 2006. She began her work with TAP as a master teacher at Cedarcrest-Southmoor in East Baton Rouge Parish School System in 2003 at one of the first five pilot TAP schools in Louisiana.

She also worked as a teacher for over 17 years. In 2001, Vicky was honored with the prestigious Milken Educator Award and has served as a Milken Educator Award liaison for the state of Louisiana and a mentor for new Milken Educators for the past two years.

Vicky received National Board for Professional Teaching Standards Certification in 2000 and was recertified in 2010. She received her Bachelor of Science in elementary education from Louisiana State University, and Bachelor of Arts in broadcast journalism from Louisiana State University.

 Vicky  Condalary

Why are you passionate about working at NIET?

I am passionate about working at NIET because the work we do truly makes a difference in the lives of children and teachers across this nation.

What was your favorite subject in school and why?

My favorite subject in school was reading. Literature is a way that we can experience all that life has to offer without leaving the room.

What accomplishment are you most proud of through your work at NIET?

I am most proud of the relationships that I have built with educators across the nation because of my work at NIET. I have been so honored to work alongside outstanding superintendents, principals, teachers, and professors and have built lasting friendships that have truly stood the test of time. I often think how fortunate I am to have the opportunity to be a part of an organization that honors all educators so that all students achieve.