Nadine Wolfe

National Trainer, Director of Family-School Partnerships


Nadine is the Director of Family-School Partnerships and a National Trainer with Family Leadership.  She has a long history of working with students, families and community partnerships.  She recently retired from a Texas School District serving as their Director of Student, Family & Community Services.  Her experience in writing, implementing and evaluating grants in all areas of Title I Federal Programs, Family Engagement, Extended Day Programs and various educational grants enhances her qualifications to serve in this role.

Nadine earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Health Education and one in life/Earth Science as well as a Master’s Degree in Educational Leadership with Principal Certification.  She has served on various State and National education committees and organizations. She serves as a mentor to new state/federal program directors and is highly respected by her peers.

Nadine was born and raised in San Antonio, Texas.  She has been married to her husband Judson for over 40 years.  They have two adult daughters Kimberly and Shelia. In retirement she enjoys traveling and spending time with friends and family.  Nadine is honored to join the Family Leadership Team and looks forward to helping schools create exemplary school-home-community partnerships.