Dr. Caroline Adams Vornberg
Dr. Caroline Adams Vornberg spent her first 16 years in Dallas attending DISD schools. Her family relocated to Louisiana, where she graduated from high school and earned her Bachelor’s degree in elementary education from Northwestern State University. She began her teaching career in Slidell, Louisiana as a reading teacher for 7th graders. She moved to the Houston area and taught in three school districts. Caroline earned her master’s degree in curriculum and instruction at the University of Houston. She served as ESL teacher and department head in Alief ISD, then returned to the Dallas area where she worked in both Mesquite and Garland ISDs, finishing her career as an instructional support teacher. In 2002, she completed her EdD degree in curriculum and instruction at Texas A&M University in Commerce. Twenty years of her teaching has focused on English as a second language. Caroline has been an adjunct professor at TAMU-C and University of Texas at Arlington, served as accreditation chair and as a team member for Advance-Ed (SACS). She served as secretary, membership chair, and president of the A&M-Commerce chapter of Phi Delta Kappa. Caroline retired in 2011 and resides in Texas and Colorado.