Desiree Boardwine

Desiree Boardwine

Content Developer

Desiree Boardwine as NACSA’s content developer, creates and maintains relevant communications messaging and content that is critical to advancing NASCA’s mission and goals. Before joining NACSA, Desiree was a full-time English teacher at a public high school. She was a teacher leader in her district, advocating for the need for quality educational experiences for both students and staff. In addition, she was a part-time content developer for a local non-profit organization. Her work has helped to promote and design educational performance opportunities for children and adults.

She holds her Master’s in Educational Technology with a specialization in Instructional Design from Kent State University, where she also earned her Bachelor’s in Integrated Language Arts. Desiree is passionate about creativity, ingenuity, and learning. She believes that all students should have access to high-quality educational opportunities that will help them discover and pursue their own interests.

In her spare time, she enjoys playing guitar, writing music, spending time with her family and friends, and cuddling her lovable dog, Ozzy.


Most Recent Posts
NACSA passes the mic to EnTere Ed Collective
As we think about the future of education—especially for kids who look like us—it’s hard not to also reflect on where we’ve come from. Countless folx of color have paved...
Untapped Expertise: Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) as Charter School Authorizers
Today, NACSA and the Progressive Policy Institute (PPI) released a report titled Untapped Expertise: Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) as Charter School Authorizers, calling on policymakers to increase pathways...
The Work is Never Done: NACSA Resources for DEI in Authorizing
In some circles recently, diversity, equity, and inclusion have become taboo words. NACSA, however, stands strong by the idea that a more diverse, equitable, and inclusive authorizing profession will result...