Lisa Napper has been named Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources, replacing Karen Dooley who recently announced her retirement from Georgetown ISD. Napper will begin serving in the district August 22.
Napper began her 31-year career in public education as a middle school science teacher in Round Rock ISD, advancing to serve as an assistant principal, associate principal, and principal before moving into human resources as the director of staffing. She currently serves as the Executive Director of Human Resources in Leander ISD.
“Lisa’s experience as a classroom teacher and principal, coupled with her in-depth knowledge of human resources, makes Lisa a perfect fit for Georgetown. Her expertise developing standardized hiring guidelines, monitoring staffing ratios, assisting in the hiring process for principals, and facilitating retention and recruitment initiatives will be invaluable,” said superintendent Dr. Fred Brent.
Napper received her master’s degree in Educational Administration from The University of Texas at Austin and a bachelor’s degree from Texas Tech University in Education. She holds mid-management administrator and principal certifications, as well as a teaching certificate in secondary composite science.