Angela Lee Domingue, Ph.D. is the principal of Belaire High School in Baton Rouge. Dr. Domingue has 21 years of professional experience in Louisiana public schools. She has served as a teacher of English, assistant principal, principal, director of elementary programs, assistant superintendent of high schools, and special assistant to the superintendent. She managed the development and implementation of the strategic plan for the East Baton Rouge Parish School System and led the AdvancED district accreditation process.
Dr. Domingue has taught at West Feliciana High School and at Woodlawn High and Scotlandville Magnet High in East Baton Rouge Parish. While teaching in local high schools, she taught in the department of English at Southern University, Baton Rouge as an adjunct professor.
Dr. Domingue earned her Master of Education degree in secondary education from Southern University in 1993. Later, she earned thirty hours above the Master’s degree from the University of New Orleans in English liberal arts and continued to earn certification in supervision and administration. In August 2012, she earned the Doctor of Philosophy degree in pre-K-12 educational leadership from Louisiana State University.
She is a member of the Louisiana Educators Association, Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society, and Kappa Delta Pi International Honor Society in Education. She is an alumnus of Leadership Greater Baton Rouge, a fellow of the Effective Leadership Program at the Center for Leadership and Public Values at the Terry Sanford Institute of Public Policy at Duke University, and the SUPES Academy.
Dr. Domingue has presented at national, regional, state, and local conferences and has held offices in organizations including the Academic Distinction Fund, Health Care Centers in Schools, the Children’s Coalition, the Capital Area Reading Council, and the Greater Baton Rouge Literacy Coalition. A native of Baton Rouge, she lives in the capital city with her husband, the Reverend Errol K. Domingue.
What concerns are on citizens’ minds as they go to the polls this fall?
The presidential election may be getting all of the attention, but Louisiana residents will be making several important decisions at the ballot box in November. The U.S. Senate seat left up for grabs by retiring Sen. David Vitter has drawn a field of 24 candidates. Louisianians in the south- and northwest parts of the state will also be voting on congressmen. So, what national concerns are on citizens’ minds as they go to the polls this fall? What statewide issues should be on the mind of Louisiana’s next Congressional leaders? Louisiana Public Square looks for answers on “Election 2016” Wednesday, October 26 at 7p.m. (Taping Tuesday, October 25)
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• Greg Hilburn / Gannett Newspapers
• Martin Johnson, Ph.D. / LSU Manship School of Mass Communication
• Albert Samuels, Ph.D. / Mandela School of Public Policy, Southern University
• Guest Host: Patricia Smith / Assistant to Dean of Political Science Dept., Southern University
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