Department of Defense Education Activity

Dr. Angelique Lamonski selected as Chief of Staff, DoDEA Mid-Atlantic District

MID-ATLANTIC DISTRIC — September 22, 2020 — Mid-Atlantic-Chief-of-Staff-LamonskiDr. Donato Cuadrado, the Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA) Mid-Atlantic District Superintendent, is pleased to announce the selection of Dr. Angelique Lamonski as the Chief of Staff, DoDEA Mid-Atlantic Office, located at Fort Bragg, North Carolina. 

“The Mid-Atlantic is looking forward to having Dr. Lamonski add value to our district leadership team,” said Dr. Cuadrado, “Her student-centered focus and her solid education background will benefit the Mid-Atlantic as we continue to strive toward continuously improving as an organization that provides excellence in education for every student, every day, everywhere.”

Dr. Angelique Lamonski comes to the Mid-Atlantic District Chief of Staff position with almost two decades of work within the Department of Defense Education Activity system. Prior to working in DoDEA, Dr. Lamonski taught various grade levels and content areas in the states of Colorado, New York, Kansas and Georgia.

Dr. Lamonski began her career in DoDEA in 2002 as a teacher. Her leadership experiences include serving as an Assistant Principal and Principal at Fort Benning, Georgia; and in Europe at Baumholder, Bitburg and Spangdahlem, Germany. Dr. Lamonski served most recently as a Professional Learning Instructional Systems Specialist at West Point, New York.

Dr. Lamonski received her bachelor’s degree in Liberal Arts with an emphasis in Elementary Education from Adams State College, Alamosa, Colorado and later earned her Masters of Science Degree in Education from St. Bonaventure University, St. Bonaventure, New York. She obtained her Doctor of Philosophy degree in Educational Leadership from Northcentral University, Scottsdale, Arizona.

Dr. Lamonski is humbled in receiving the following honors. She was the DoDEA Georgia/Alabama Teacher of the Year and named a “Woman of Distinction” by the Columbus, Georgia Optimist International Club. She was also awarded the Dr. Mary E. Walker Forces Command Certificate of Achievement.

Dr. Lamonski is no stranger to the military community as her father served in both the Marines and Air Force. She has four children, with three out of four family units actively serving in the military. Dr. Lamonski is excited to begin her role as the Mid-Atlantic District Chief of Staff.

Dr. Lamonski has devoted her career to educating our children and believes in excellence for all. She takes pride in stakeholder relationships and works diligently to meet the academic, social and emotional needs of every child and family.