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Dr. Wanda Bamberg to succeed Nadine Kujawa as AISD superintendent

During the Jan. 23 Board of Education meeting, Aldine ISD Trustees unanimously voted to name Dr. Wanda Bamberg as Aldine’s next superintendent to succeed Superintendent Nadine Kujawa, who will retire on May 31, 2007.

Dr. Bamberg received her bachelor’s degree in English from the University of Alabama in 1977, and her master’s degree in secondary education from the same university in 1979. She received her doctorate in educational leadership from Sam Houston State University in 2004. Dr. Bamberg is certified as a superintendent.
She began her teaching career in the Tuscaloosa County School District in 1977 where she was assigned to teach English at Boteler Junior High School. In 1981, she transferred to Hillcrest High School where she continued to teach English. In 1982, Dr. Bamberg moved to the Houston area and joined Aldine ISD. She was assigned to teach English and reading at Hoffman Middle School. In 1987, she was named the program director of middle school language arts and in January, 1997, she was promoted to the position of Director of Curriculum and Instruction. In 1998, she was named Executive Director of Curriculum and Instruction and in July 2001, she moved into her present position as Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum and Instruction.
Dr. Bamberg has 29 years of experience in the field of education and she has spent 25 of those years in Aldine ISD. Dr. Bamberg and her husband David have a son, who is a sophomore in high school.