Regions 6, 12, and 13
Lindsie Almquist serves as the Director of Human Capital in Hutto ISD. Lindsie attended Harvard AOL 2015 & has since supported RYHT in different ways. Lindsie brings leadership development and volunteer experience in the past 15 years where she has served and supported public education and nonprofits. Lindsie was part of a community-wide initiative to improve access to quality and affordable resources where she served as an educational partner. Her background involves launching a consortium, serving as a Texas Association of Secondary School Principals board member, and working from a teacher to principal.
Lindsie’s experience has served a multitude of students and districts through strategic planning efforts, budgeting, community partnerships, and leading several district-wide initiatives where each year the schools she has served have met standard with multiple distinctions. She holds a bachelor’s degree from Texas A&M University, a master’s degree in Educational Leadership from Texas State University, and Doctorate of Educational Leadership & Policy from The University of Texas where she was awarded the Michael P. Thomas Endowed Graduate Fellowship. Lindsie was the 2018 Texas Association of Secondary School Principals (TASSP) Region 13 High School Principal of the Year and was a part of Cohort 4 of the Texas Association of Latino Administrators and Superintendents (TALAS). Texas 4-H had Lindsie videoed as their Alumni Spotlight & she was a part of the Advancing Educational Leadership (AEL) video training for Texas AEL Administrators training. Lindsie is also honored to be the wife to Cody and together they have Irish Twins, Miss Ellis and Mr. Briggs, who were both born in 2017.
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