Degrees and Certifications:
Trent Lovette, Ed.D.
Chief of Governance, Policy and Program Evaluation Leadership
Dr. Lovette has been a Texas educator for nearly 20 years, serving as a teacher, coach, principal and administrator. He came to Crowley ISD in 2000, and has served in leadership roles at Crowley Learning Center, Crowley Ninth Grade Campus, North Crowley High School and the district’s central administration office.
“I love Crowley ISD,” Lovette said. “We have a great family atmosphere that you do not always find in many other districts. I love the people and the students in CISD. I believe that with hard work dedication of our staff, lives are changed here every day.”
Recognized by his peers, Lovette has collected a multitude of awards and honors over his career. In 2008, he was named State of Texas ATPE Administrator of the Year and was the featured Keynote Speaker at Yale University Leadership Week.
As the first person in his family to go to college, Lovette believes that education can change lives. He graduated with a bachelor’s degree in biology with a minor in chemistry from Palm Beach Atlantic University in West Palm Beach, Fla. He earned a master’s degree in educational administration with principal certification and his superintendent certification from the University of Texas at Arlington, followed by his doctorate in educational leadership from Texas Christian University.
Dr. Lovette is married to his wife Amanda, a pediatrician, and they have two sons, Ethan and Joshua. Ethan attends the University of Alabama, while Joshua is a senior in high school. The family has two cats and two dogs. In his free time, Lovette enjoys outdoor activities like exercise, tennis, hiking, golfing, fishing and traveling. He is also a die-hard college football fan.