Pandora Agnew launched her career in education as a Teach For America Corps member in the Las Vegas Valley. Agnew then served as an elementary and middle school teacher and a middle school dean of students in the Clark County School District while earning her Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Nevada Las Vegas. Agnew relocated to San Antonio, Texas, where she taught middle school science at the Young Women’s Leadership Academy. In 2019, Agnew moved to elementary school leadership as an assistant principal of instruction at IDEA Public Schools in the San Antonio region where she assisted her campus in achieving its first Texas Education Agency ‘A’ rating. Agnew most recently served as an instructional leader in HISD. Agnew graduated from Loyola University Chicago where she received Bachelor of Arts degrees in Political Science and Women’s Studies.