Dr. Angélica M. Ramsey
Dr. Angélica M. Ramsey became superintendent of the Fort Worth Independent School District in September 2022. She brings to FWISD a wealth of experience as a champion for students, a strong educator, and a results-oriented leader.
Dr. Ramsey most recently served as superintendent of schools in the Midland Independent School District in Midland, Texas. Prior to that, she was superintendent of the Pleasant Valley School District in California for almost five years. Her education career began as a classroom teacher in the Socorro Independent School District in El Paso. She became an assistant principal and a principal at Socorro ISD before being named chief academic officer of the Santa Clara County Office of Education.
Dr. Ramsey is an inclusive and deliberative CEO who places students first. Under her leadership, systems thrive and educational outcomes for students improve. She is visible in classrooms and in the community. In Midland, she served on the Board of Directors for the Midland Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, the Midland Chamber of Commerce, the Midland Education Foundation, Boys & Girls Club of Midland, and the Boy Scouts of America. She was a member of the Midland Rotary Club and Uptown Business & Professional Women’s Group.
Dr. Ramsey received her Bachelor’s Degree from the University of the Pacific, her Master’s Degree from the University of Texas at El Paso, and her Doctorate in Educational Leadership from Liberty University.
She served in the U.S. Army, which is where she met her husband Daryton while they were in training.
Dr. Ramsey is excited and humbled to serve Fort Worth ISD as its 21st superintendent.