Highly skilled and accomplished Chief Operations Officer and Senior Administrator with proven experience in senior roles within education, disaster response and capital planning. Recognized for leadership abilities, strategic planning, media abilities, program design and effective implementation. Possess expertise in capital planning, public health, budgeting, emergency preparedness, and
facility and asset management. Proven success in effective team building, stakeholder collaboration, and developing and maintaining relationships with colleagues at all levels within the district, organizations, and governmental bodies, both locally and statewide.
Cited for extraordinary communication abilities in-person, written and via social media. Known for
being an effective spokesperson representing the school district regarding critical issues during the
pandemic, crisis management and emergency preparedness. Passionate about ensuring that the
district’s operations enhance the individual student’s learning experience.
Tiffany Delcour is the Chief Operations Officer for NOLA Public Schools. She is responsible for Facility and Asset Management, Capital Planning, Child Nutrition, and Information Technology. Before joining the District, Tiffany served as the Assistant Superintendent of Operations for the Recovery School District. Tiffany earned her bachelor’s degree from Central Methodist University and her Masters of Science in Public Health from Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine. Tiffany is committed to the continued promotion of educational outcomes for all students, investing in critical infrastructure, advancements in public health and ensuring emergency preparedness is an ongoing priority for our system. In addition to her day-to-day responsibilities at NOLA Public Schools, Tiffany also serve as the Board Chair for Luke’s House, a free clinic in the Central City neighborhood of New Orleans, and as the Vice Chair for the Touro Infirmary Foundation, LCMC.