Angie Maxey is an education problem solver with an innovative approach to goal setting for the 21st century learning environment. She is a systems change facilitator with a proven track record of supporting schools to change educational practices, establish systems for supporting practices, and use data collection for ongoing monitoring and evaluation.
A graduate of the University of Houston and the University of St. Thomas, Angie has roots in Houston and is invested in the success of students in the community. She began her career in education as a math teacher of a charter high school on Houston’s North side. A commitment to serving Houston’s at-risk population led her to the role of Academic Achievement Specialist in the third largest district in Texas, where she has supported the transformation of teacher teams with data-driven goal setting and monitoring. Angie is a member of The Association for Persons with Severe Handicaps (TASH), and the National Council for the Social Studies, and the Texas Statewide Network of Assessment Professionals (TSNAP).
Aside from her professional life, Angie is a wife of a dedicated educator and the mother of two active toddlers. She is a Pan-American medalist in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and an avid UFC fan as well as an enthusiast of all things DIY.