Dr. Nancy Alamo is a native Nevadan and proud product of the Clark County School District (CCSD). She has worked in the field of education for almost 30 years, with 25 of those years serving students and families of the CCSD. She started her career as a bilingual school psychologist and held several central office administrative positions in Instructional Regions, Human Resources, Family/Community Engagement Services (FACES) and the English Language Learner Division.
Dr. Alamo has served the community as an advocate of educators, students, and families as President of Hispanic Educators Association of Nevada. She has also served on non-profit board positions for various philanthropic organizations in Southern Nevada and as an Advisory Board member for the School of Education at her Alma Mater, Loyola Marymount University (LMU).
Dr. Alamo earned her Masters’ degrees in Counseling and Educational Psychology from LMU and her Doctorate in Educational Leadership, with a minor in Bilingual Education, from Nova Southeastern University. Throughout her career she has been recognized as Educator of the Year by the Latin Chamber of Commerce, KLAS Channel 8 Portraits of Success, Senoras of Excellence, Mujeres Notables, and Las Vegas Centennial Latino/a Leaders.