‘I’m excited to join our outstanding TASR team and work with them to fulfill our vision’

Victoria ISD board names Director of Secondary Professional and Paraprofessional Talent
Steve Carroll
Steven Carroll

VICTORIA, Texas – The Victoria ISD Board of Trustees has approved the hiring of Steven Carroll as the new Director of Secondary Professional and Paraprofessional Talent.

Carroll has over 30 years of educational experience, all of which have occurred at VISD. Following the start of his teaching career at the former Stanly Elementary in 1993, Carroll worked at the former Crain Middle School. He also worked at a number of VISD elementary schools. Most recently, he has served as the Principal of Dudley Elementary for the last four years.

Carroll earned his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Texas State University and a Master of Education in Administration from the University of Houston-Victoria (UHV).

Steven Carroll released the following statement

“Over the last year and a half, under the leadership of Mrs. Tammy Nobles, the TASR Department has made great progress in their operations and system management,” said Carrol. “I’m excited to join our outstanding TASR team and work with them to fulfill our vision of making Victoria ISD the premier district in the state of Texas.”

Carroll will replace Lisa Cortez, following her resignation. His responsibilities will include:

  • supporting the Executive Director of Talent Acquisition,
  • Support and Retention (TASR) in the overall management of the district’s human resources functions,
  • supporting the strategic planning and implementation of human resources processes for secondary professional staffing,
  • paraprofessional staffing, wage and salary administration,
  • performance appraisal and employee relations
  • and implementing legally sound and effective human resources management programs, policies, and practices.

Tammy Nobles, executive director of TASR, expressed her excitement to have Carroll move into this role with VISD.

“Mr. Carroll’s wealth of knowledge, vast experiences, and campus leadership success will be so valuable in this role as well as to the strategic planning and transformation the TASR Department is undertaking,” Nobles said. “I am both honored and delighted to have someone of his caliber who already has such a rich history with our district, employees and community joining the TASR team and supporting our staff and students!”