Mrs. Victory Lindo-Lemons

Mrs. Victory Lindo-Lemons

Assistant Professor, School of Education


About Mrs. Victory Lindo-Lemons

Mrs. Victory Lindo-Lemons grew up as an “Army Brat.” Her father served in the Army, and her mother later became an elementary teacher after being a stay-at-home mother. Mrs. Lindo-Lemons graduated from Louisiana Christian University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Music. She later returned to Louisiana Christian University and earned her Master of Education in Educational Leadership. Her Doctor of Education in Curriculum and Instruction is being pursued from the Northcentral University. Her classroom teaching experiences include teaching English Language Arts in middle school grades and supervising teachers as an Instructional Coach, Lead Teacher, and Assistant Principal at the middle and high school levels.  Currently, she teaches Survey of Education Foundations, Assessment of Instruction, Behavior and Classroom Management, and Secondary Curriculum and Instruction courses in the undergraduate program.  At the graduate level, she teaches the TEACH internship courses and is also the program coordinator. Her husband, Tony, is a native of Alexandria, Louisiana. She has one son, Immanuel, and two daughters, Lyric, and Melody. Her favorite things include leading worship, playing video games, drinking several cups of coffee daily, and taking trips with her extended family. She attends Heart of Worship where she and Tony lead the Young Adult’s Lifegroup class. She is a proud Louisiana Christian University alumna and is honored in having the opportunity to serve in the development of teachers.


  • B.A. Louisiana Christian University
  • M.Ed. Louisiana Christian University

Academic Programs

  • Undergraduate