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NVUSD Announces Kay Vang as New Executive Director of Fiscal Services
Posted 12/9/19

 

 

NVUSD announced that Kay Vang has been appointed Executive Kay VangDirector of Fiscal Services, pending board approval. Vang is currently the principal of Canyon Oaks Elementary, and in her new role, she will be primarily responsible for the critical components of the district’s day to day financial management.

Vang has over 21 years of experience in education and over 11 years serving as a principal in both NVUSD and schools in the Central Valley. In her administrative positions, Vang was responsible for school site forecasts and budgeting, and she is currently enrolled in the USC School Business Management Program to earn her chief business official certificate.

"Kay Vang brings a new and unique perspective to the Business Services Department, with both school administration and operations experience and a recent expansion of experience and knowledge around school and district fiscal management. We are thrilled to welcome her to our team as we begin implementing new and efficient technologies to support our fiscal goals," said Rob Mangewala, Assistant Superintendent, Business Services. 

During her tenure at Canyon Oaks, Vang served on several district committees, including the 7-11 District Advisory committee, the ACSA Every Student Succeeding Council, Wellness Council, and the Technology Planning and Policy Committee. She begins her new role in January, and long time NVUSD retired site leader,  Ms. Julie Herdell, will serve as the interim principal effective January 6th. The Human Resources Department will be launching a full scale recruitment and selection process for the permanent principal in early spring. Starting recruitment early will optimize the district’s ability to recruit the next effective, outstanding leader for Canyon Oaks Elementary School.

"With NVUSD's three-year strategic plan underway, I am honored to be part of the district leadership team in supporting these goals to bring an exceptional learning experience for our students," said Vang. "I look forward to working closely with the team to build organizational capacity around effective and potentially transformational resource management and, most importantly, to improve our district's fiscal solvency."