RonAmber Deloney is a native of Dallas, Texas. As a project manager, she enjoys being a visionary and watching the moving parts of a project connect and flow. As a professor, she is committed to honest, well informed critical thinking. As a performance poet, her stage act is a conversation about street corners, observations on classroom dialogues and a lyrical presentation of street images. As a DJ, she’s spinning Alice Coletrane and Tom Misch. In Berlin, she’s with the New Night Babies. A Fulbright research grant alumna, she has performed throughout Europe and worked with The Last Poets, and managed project budgets up to $500K. She has an MA in Art Politics from NYU, an MSEd. in Adolescent Education from St. Johns University and BAs in English and German from Austin College.
IET Project Manager and Trainer
2018 to Present
Paul Quinn College
2012 to Present
SMU/Ignite Arts Dallas
2016 to 2017
PCAH/The White House
Reading Lab Manager
2014 to 2016
MA Art Politics
New York University
MSEd Adolescent Education
St. Johns University
BA English, BA German
Project Management International
IC3 GS5 Global Digital Literacy
German - fluent
Reading Lab Manager at Dallas ISD
Managed implementation of learning software for Read 180, Achieve 3000, Apex and FastForword blended learning intervention programs from installation to activities. Coached students, teachers and administrators on software usage and data analysis.
· Winner of statewide C.R.E.S.T. award along with counseling team for proposing and implementing strategies to promote student excellence.
· Selected by Dallas ISD as a presenter to 100 educators at the 2014 National Circle of Learner’s Conference on motivating student users of FastForword learning software.
Project Manager at SMU
Responsible for planning, staffing, training, and development of project staff. Program management for 4-day New Cities, Future Ruins convening/festival. Monitoring and program oversight of multiple projects 4-day festival with 200+ attendees and 30+ stakeholders. Creation and ownership of project calendar, project schedule and project budget of $250K. Interfaced with project coalition partners and donors. Realized over $30K in budget savings. Recruitment, training and management of 8 direct reports across six disciplines. Negotiated vendor contracts and arranged related services. Oversee travel and lodging contracts for national and international participants.