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Greetings and Welcome to the 2019 TCWSE Conference! Your presence and participation is absolutely the greatest blessing the Texas Council of Women School Executives could ever ask for! Why? Because YOU are TCWSE! That’s right, without YOU, we don’t exist! Each of you make this great organization what it is today and because you are reading this, YOU are TCWSE! Today, tomorrow and beyond, our greatness is created from your dreams, realities and successes. To our President Elect and Committee Chair Karla Moyer and Conference Committee: We are grateful for the excellence in collaboration and construction of this years’ conference. Your hard work has paid off and we thank you for planning sessions and speakers to enhance our weekend journey of new experiences in learning, mentoring, networking, career advancement support and renewal! To our Conference Attendees: Connect! Learn! Release those dreams so they become realities! Once you leave, we are counting on you to keep the dream alive and bring not one, not two, but at least 4 more with you next year to the 2020 Conference! Spread the news about the best organization in Texas for women school executives at all levels. Be sure your Regional Education Service Center districts are all represented at the conferences in the years to come. Yes, that’s how valuable this conference is to all women school executives and those who support education! To our Sponsors: There are no words that adequately say thank you for the sponsorships promised and fulfilled each year! Great and small, we need you all! Without you, our dreams would not be realities during this conference! You are an amazing part of our lives and we shall never forget your generosity in giving. I am grateful for the opportunity to have served as your 2018 President and will continue to place priority on recruiting for TCWSE. My life has been enriched by the relationships and bonds established throughout the years. Finally...

Dream girls, dream and imagine your success Recognize your potential and the drive you have to be your very best Then release those dreams and watch God do the rest! Enjoy the conference,

Dr. Sharon Ross, 2018 President

The national spotlight is on women leadership positions. Now is your time to explore appropriate avenues open to strong women who accept the challenge. Now is the time to sharpen skills, update resumes, and apply where you can to improve the quality of education for all students. Strong leadership for effective change in learning is the greatest need at this time. Public education is under siege and we have a responsibility to accept the challenge. Division under the title of “choice” is not new. Every student deserves the best in quality education. We can take the lead and see that every child develops to the capacity that God has designed. Commit today, plan your pathway, take action. You CAN make a difference!

Margret Montgomery Sheffield

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TCWSE Mission & Goals

The mission of the Texas Council of Women School Executives is to create and maintain a united community of professional educational executives by promoting equity and quality in leadership through renewal, mentoring, and career advancement support.

Our Goals Establish an ongoing communications system Establish and maintain a network of university women/contacts Establish a structure that will make the organization effective and functional Plan and hold effective and well-attended conferences Establish and maintain a network of strong regional groups Establish collaborations with the media, state/national organizations, and governmental entities Develop fundraising and grant writing projects Develop research projects Recognize exemplary practitioners Develop and provide membership services

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TCWSE 2019 Conference Agenda* Friday, January 25 3–6:30 p.m.

Registration

4–6 p.m

TCWSE Executive Board Meeting

Salon D Foyer 406

Saturday, January 26 7 a.m.–6 p.m.

Registration

Salon D Foyer

7:15-8:45 a.m.

Continental Breakfast

Salon D Foyer

8:15-9:30 a.m.

1st General Session Karla Moyer, President/Consultant/Kareer Koaching

9:45-10:45 a.m.

Focus Session #1

In Rooms Assigned

11 a.m.-Noon

Focus Session #2—Career Panels

In Rooms Assigned

Noon-2 p.m.

Celebration Luncheon/2nd General Session Lisa Meysembourg, Superintendent, Schulenburg ISD

2:15-3:15 p.m.

Focus Session #3

In Rooms Assigned

3:30-4:30 p.m.

Focus Session #4

In Rooms Assigned

4:30-6 p.m.

Welcome Reception

Salon DE

Salon DE

Salon DE

Sunday, January 27 (All sessions in Salon DE) 7:30-8:15 a.m.

Continental Breakfast

8-8:15 a.m.

Greetings from TASA President

8:15-9 a.m.

President’s Address and Installation of 2019 Officers

9-10 a.m.

Mentoring with Master Specialists

10-11 a.m.

3rd General Session/Door Prizes Kim Huseman, Founding Partner and Chief Talent Development Officer, Leadership Partners

*See page 7 for the Female Superintendents’ Summit information. All summit activities take place in 415-16. TCWSE’s SBEC Provider Number: 500139

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2019 TCWSE Awards & Recognitions Margret Montgomery Leadership Award

Given to an outstanding Texas educator who has demonstrated exemplary leadership and supported professionalism for women in education and who exemplifies the mission of TCWSE. The recipient of the Margret Montgomery Leadership Award must be a member of TCWSE.

Bravo Awards Presented to exemplary practitioners, innovative programs, and initiatives that promote community and parental involvement.

Pat Shell Scholarship This professional development scholarship is named in honor of Patricia M. Shell who passed away in 2012 after a long and illustrious career in public education. Pat was an outstanding Texas education leader and mentor to both men and women educators. The recipient must be a Texas woman superintendent, with preference given to TCWSE members.

Join us for the 2nd Annual Student Art Show and Silent Auction!

*Visit the Awards & Scholarships page at tcwse.org for more information and lists of past recipients.

TCWSE will once again showcase inspiring young women artists. Proceeds go directly to students who choose to participate in the Silent Auction. Come by and marvel at the talent of these amazing young artists!

Résumé Reviews TCWSE mentors offer one-on-one Résumé Reviews for Aspiring Leaders and Systems Leaders. Sign up for a mentor at the registration desk. During the conference meet your résumé review mentor and exchange contact information. (Thanks to modern technology geography is not an issue!) After the conference, your mentor will reach out to you to set a date and time to conference and provide free recommendations to enhance your résumé.

Hilton Austin Hotel

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4th Annual Female Superintendents Summit Salon 415AB Saturday, January 26 — 2:15-4:30 pm Leading the charge for Texas public schools: Why we must advocate for our schools now!

Featured Speakers:

Deann Lee, Superintendent, Millsap ISD

Kelli Moulton, Superintendent, Galveston ISD

Robin Perez, Superintendent, Nederland ISD

Martha Salazar-Zamora, Superintendent, Tomball IS.m. Roundtable

Saturday Sessions 7:30-8:15 a.m.

Newcomer Session

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Let The Dreams Begin! As you to begin your journey from Dreams to Realities, join us in this newcomer session to blaze a trail from the past, in the present, and for the future! Ready, Set, Go! 8:15-9:30 a.m.

1st General Session

Presiding:

Sharon Ross, Retired Superintendent and 2018 TCWSE President

Speaker:

Karla Moyer, President/Consultant, Kareer Koaching

Salon DE

Today’s Dreams: Tomorrow’s Realities Embrace your uniqueness and get in touch with your purpose and passion so YOUR DREAMS become YOUR REALITIES. Prepare to be inspired, empowered, and challenged. Remove your limitations so you can be stretched and freed. You can live your dreams! Dream ON! 9:45-10:45 a.m.

Focus Session #1

Leadership & Innovation: Four Books That Will Impact You and Your Team

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Speaker:

Jill Siler, Superintendent, Gunter ISD Facilitator: Hope M. Appel, Assistant Superintendent, Vernon ISD, and TCWSE Region 9 Representative

So many books and so little time! Come hear about four books that have made a profound impact on Gunter ISD in the areas of leadership and innovation: Lead Like a Pirate (Shelley Burgess & Beth Houf), The Power of Positive Leadership (Jon Gordon), Learner-Centered Innovation (Katie Martin), and The Innovator’s Mindset (George Couros). Jill will share not only some powerful truths from these books but also how GISD has used books to impact their leaders and instructional staff.

Balancing the Things you NEED, WANT and MUST HAVE

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Speaker:

Christina Winters Gears, CEO/President, Creating & Managing Wealth, LLC Facilitator: Kathryn Washington, Principal, Goodrich ISD, and TCWSE Historian/Region 6 Representative

Will you have enough money in retirement? What are your financial blind spots? This presentation is designed to help you develop a strategy and identify your blind spots so that you can properly plan for your financial future.

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Saturday, January 26

Are You BrandED? Speaker:

Jessica Johnston, Director of Communications and Community Relations, Brenham ISD Facilitator: Jamie Goodwin, Educational Specialist, ESC Region 20, and TCWSE Region 20 Representative

Each of us has a brand, whether we consciously shape it or allow others to do it for us. You may not be intentionally building your educational brand, but every post you make and hand you shake conveys your identity and communicates the value you offer. This session will explore easy steps to define, build, and manage your leadership brand. If we want to change the perception about public education, we have to get brandED!

Dancin’ the #MeToo-Step: How to Bring Equity to Your Local School District

Susan Morrison, General Counsel, Texas School for the Blind & Visually Impaired Gretchen Rathgeber Ellis, Principal, Co-Founder and CFO, GWA Partners, LP, and SAFE Treasurer Facilitator: Pat Lewis, Deputy Superintendent of Innovation & School Improvement, Grand Prairie ISD

Texas women have to dance with the one who brung’ em in boots, high heels, or sneakers— backwards without missing a beat. Hollywood women slayed Harvey Weinstein, but how does #MeToo play out in Dimebox, Texas? Come take a spin in the Texas version of #MeTwo-step with a school attorney/employment lawyer and a women’s advocate & business executive. Susan has represented employers, plaintiffs and defendants in sexual harassment suits and investigated workplace complaints of hostile environment and discrimination for the past 35 years. Gretchen was CFO of a $1.5 billion telecommunications company and serves on the board of SAFE, providing shelter to victims of sexual assault in central Texas and SAFE School education for K-12. You’ll learn how to keep the conversation going at home, church and school without losing your cool. Each generation has something to share here.

11 a.m.–Noon

Focus Session #2—Career Panels

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Panelists:

Christine Bedre, Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum/Instruction and Leadership, Westwood ISD Jennifer Jones, Assistant Professor, University of Texas-Tyler Facilitator: Denise Kornegay, State & Federal Programs Director, Paris ISD, and TCWSE Region 8 Representative

This interactive session is for both aspiring and current leaders who want to make their dream of moving into a central office leadership position a reality. Presenters will discuss successful strategic tactics to use while preparing to climb to the top. Participants will leave with ready-to-implement ideas and documents to assist in the journey to the top! Topics covered: resume building, selecting references, 60/90 day plan, interviewing, appearance, interviewing, networking, and much more.

Aspiring Principals

408

Panelists:

Robin Branecky, Special Programs/Administrator, Flatonia ISD Kara Garlitz, Principal, Reagan County ISD Kathy Jost, Principal, Lufkin ISD Cindy Tierney, Principal, Lufkin ISD Amy White, Principal, Marfa ISD Facilitator: Alice Clayton, Principal, Angleton ISD

Panelists share their individual journeys to achieving the principal’s position. There will be time for Q&A.

Aspiring Superintendents Panelists:

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Aspiring Central Office

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Sherri Bays, Superintendent, Floresville ISD Susan Bohn, Superintendent, Aledo ISD Jodi Duron, Superintendent, Elgin ISD Tanya Monroe, Superintendent, Comfort ISD Denise Shetter, Superintendent, Kermit ISD Facilitator: Edie Martin, Assistant Superintendent Curriculum and Instruction, Millsap ISD Panelists share their individual journeys to earning the superintendent’s position. There will be time for Q&A.


Saturday, January 26

Aspiring Higher Education

412

Panelists:

Danna Beaty, Associate Professor, Tarleton State University Collette Bloom, Professor, Texas Southern University Stacey Edmonson, Dean, College of Education, Sam Houston State University Dessynie Edwards, Assistant Professor, Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi Yanira Oliveras-Ortiz, Assistant Professor, University of Texas-Tyler Pam Winn, Professor, Tarleton State University Facilitator: Tina L. Seaman, Assistant Principal, Katy ISD, and TCWSE Past President (2017)

Panelists share their individual journeys to joining the ranks at a higher education institution. There will be time for Q&A.

Noon–2 p.m.

Celebration Luncheon / 2nd General Session

Presiding:

Sharon Ross, Retired Superintendent and 2018 TCWSE President

Speaker:

Lisa Meysembourg, Superintendent, Schulenburg ISD, and TCWSE Vice President

Salon DE

Pursuing Dreams When Life Gets in the Way ... Everyone has a story to tell—a story of personal experiences and challenges overcome that shape and define us as individuals and leaders. These stories are powerful in that they can motivate and inspire others when times get rough and dreams seem out of reach. Today Lisa will share her story and lessons learned along the way. 2:15–3:15 p.m.

Focus Session #3

Moving from Vision to Reality by Empowering Others Speakers:

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Shelly Huddleston, Director of Secondary Curriculum and Instruction, San Angelo ISD Jennifer Crutchfield, Director of Advanced Academics and Fine Arts, San Angelo ISD Jana Rueter, Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum and Instruction, San Angelo ISD Facilitator: Denise Beutel, Executive Director, Teaching and Learning Services, Richardson ISD, and TCWSE Region 10 Representative San Angelo ISD has embarked on a journey of transformation to develop leadership across the district to create a culture with the goal of engaging all students in a relevant and inspiring education. Join us as we walk through the journey of taking our district vision and designing a curriculum to meet the challenges of today’s students, as well as creating a future-ready learner profile and an educator profile. We will share lessons learned along our journey at every level.

From the Recruiters’ Perspective

408

Panelists:

Casey Callahan, Executive Director, ESC Region 15 Michael Smith, CEO/President, Education Solutions and Services, Inc. Marian Strauss, Senior Consultant, Texas Association of School Boards (TASB) Facilitator: Irma Ojeda, Director of Athletics, Marfa ISD

Meet highly successful recruiters who know what boards, superintendents and their districts want and need. Learn the Dos and Don’ts from the recruiters’ experiences and perspectives. Is it your professional background, resume, references, appearance, personality, presentation, or fit? What job seekers should really know before applying!

Ensure Digital Learning Access: Digital Day One, All Day, Every Day

410

Panelists:

Kristi McBride, Instructional Technologist, Schulenburg ISD Karla Burkholder, Director of Technology, Schertz-Cibolo-Universal City ISD Shawntee Cowan, Director of Technology, Duncanville ISD Cindy Darden, Director of Instructional Technology, Hillsboro ISD Colleen Hess-Dunn, VP of Instructional Technology, ClassLink Facilitator: Lisa Meysembourg, Superintendent, Schulenburg ISD, and TCWSE Vice President

In Schulenburg ISD teachers and students enjoy fast, secure, and equitable digital access any time and any place, including the first day of school. They have unlocked the full potential of their digital devices and resources, while ensuring the digital door is always open. And behind that unlocked door, they have a window into meaningful usage analytics that can drive instruction, professional development, and purchasing decisions. Join our panel discussion as Schulenburg ISD, Schertz Cibolo Universal City ISD, Hillsboro ISD and Duncanville ISD share their successes and discuss how 9 individualized access to digital resources can impact the teaching and learning lifecycle and inform strategic level decisions, from investment priorities to instructional design.


Saturday, January 26

3-5 Critical Minutes: Responding to an Armed Intruder Situation Speaker:

412

Tracy Brewer, Assistant Superintendent, Navasota ISD Facilitator: Gwen Perkins, Area Superintendent, Denton ISD, and TCWSE Region 11 Representative Un-armed civilians have options that increase their odds of survival in the unthinkable situation of having to respond to an armed intruder situation. Learn techniques that have been well established by first responders and law enforcement based on data including the FBI research on armed intruders. Knowing this information can positively impact your odds of survival in any armed intruder situation whether it be at a school, church, mall, theater, or any location.

3:30-4:30 p.m.

Focus Session #4

Entry Plans as a Pathway to Advance Your Career

406

Speaker:

Tina Herrington, Superintendent, Wharton ISD Facilitator: Shirley M. Coleman, Retired Superintendent/Consultant and TCWSE Past President (20022003)

It is vital for school leaders to have an entry plan that outlines their first 90-100 days in a new leadership position. Experienced school superintendents will share the development and implementation of their own entry plans. In addition, the presenters will share how they incorporate entry plans into the application and hiring processes in their own school districts. An overview of the framework shared in The New Leader’s 100-Day Action Plan will be included in the presentation.

The Presidency of African American Females in Higher Education

408

Speakers:

Jennifer Butcher, Professor, Abilene Christian University Dianne Reed, Professor of Education and Director of the Doctoral Program in Executive Educational Leadership, Houston Baptist University Chaundra Smith, Campus Manager and Adjunct Professor, Houston Community College Facilitator: Dana M. Beaty, Associate Professor, Tarleton State University

African American females are prevalent and in the pipeline of education; however, they are not traditionally given opportunities for upper-level executive positions in post-secondary educational institutions. This presentation will provide an in-depth description of the pathways many African American females in post-secondary institutions are taking to reach a level of professional success, such as presidency and other executive positions.

Every Great Dream Begins with a Dreamer—Preparing for Tomorrow’s Realities 410 Speakers:

Accelyn Williams, Assistant Principal, Houston ISD Jennifer Jones, Assistant Professor, University of Texas-Tyler Facilitator: Jill Rivera, Executive Director of Professional Development, Midland ISD, and TCWSE Region 18 Representative

You have strength, patience, and passion to reach for the stars and change the world. Stepping out of your comfort zone and emerging into professional and networking opportunities can help you to focus on what’s ahead. Strategies to reach beyond your dreams and achieve tomorrow’s realities will be shared. Learn how to grow and surround yourself with what you want to see. Be inspired to dream big, encourage and support the dreams of others, and have the confidence to overcome barriers to advancement.

Know the Most Powerful Educational Agencies/Organizations in Texas Panelists:

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Brandon Core, Associate Executive Director, School Transformation and Leadership Services, TASA Stephany Wagner-Thornhill, Director of Design Services, TASB Tom Maynard, Member, State Board of Education Casey Callahan, Executive Director, ESC Region 15 Amy Jacobs, Superintendent, Coahoma ISD, and Board Member, University Interscholastic League Facilitator: Silvia Martinez, Intern/TEPI Fellow, Texas Education Agency Every Texas administrator must know the role, mission, and vision of the most powerful educational organizations in Texas. Come to the table and learn about each organization’s role in your own organization and for you as an individual.

10 4:30-6 p.m.

Welcome Reception

Salon DE


Sunday Sessions (all sessions in Salon D)

7:30-8:15 a.m.

Continental Breakfast & Networking

8-8:15 a.m.

Greetings from TASA President

Gayle Stinson, Superintendent, Lake Dallas ISD

8:15-9 a.m.

President’s Address and Installation of 2019 Officers

Presiding:

Sharon Ross, Retired Superintendent and 2018 TCWSE President

9-10 a.m. 10-11 a.m.

Mentoring with Master Specialists

3rd General Session/Door Prizes

Presiding:

Karla Moyer, President/Consultant, Kareer Koaching, and 2019 TCWSE President

Speaker:

Kim Huseman, Founding Partner and Chief Talent Development Officer, Leadership Partners

Your Best You! This session is all about you. The best version of you. It’s about acknowledging what you want for yourself, what you feel good about, what you love, and what brings you joy, so you can receive the best life has to offer. Kim gives you tools for you shine as a leader and in other aspects of your life. Leave ready to begin your journey to become Your Best You!

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35th Annual Conference 2019 Conference Committee Conference Coordinator

2018 Executive Board Officers President

Sharon D. Ross, Retired Superintendent

President-Elect

Karla Moyer, President and Consultant, Kareer Koaching

Committee Members

Vice President

Lisa Meysembourg, Superintendent, Schulenburg ISD, 13

Jean Bahney, Austin ISD

Secretary

Shelly Lee Slaughter, Superintendent, Cumby ISD, 8

Historian

Kathryn Washington, Elementary Principal, Goodrich ISD, 6

Ann M. Halstead, TASA

Past President

Tina L. Seaman, Assistant Principal, Katy ISD, 4

Jennifer Smith Jones, University of TexasTyler

Executive Secretary/ Ann M. Halstead, Assistant Executive Director, Services and Treasurer Systems Administration, TASA, 13

Karla Moyer, Kareer Konsulting

Alice Clayton, Angleton ISD Shirley M. Coleman

Kathleen Jost, Lufkin ISD Denise Kornegay, Paris ISD

Regional Advisory Committee

Pat Lewis, Grand Prairie ISD

Tina Herrington, Superintendent, Wharton ISD, 3

Edie Martin, Millsap ISD

Lindsey Pollock, Principal, Houston ISD, 4

Silvia Martinez, Texas Education Agency Lisa Fay Meysembourg, Schulenburg ISD Irma Ojeda, Marfa ISD Jill Rivera, Midland ISD

Veronica Williams, Doctoral Student, Texas A&M University, 4 Robin Perez, Superintendent, Nederland ISD, 5 Kathryn Washington, Elementary Principal, Goodrich ISD, 6

Sharon D. Ross

Jennifer Smith Jones, Assistant Professor, University of Texas-Tyler, 7

Shelly Lee Slaughter, Cumby ISD

Denise Kornegay, State & Federal Programs Director, Paris ISD, 8

Cindy Tierney, Lufkin ISD

Hope M. Appel, Assistant Superintendent, Vernon ISD, 9

Kathryn Washington, Goodrich ISD Amy White, Marfa ISD

Greeters TCWSE Past Presidents

Denise Beutel, Executive Director, Teaching & Learning Services, Richardson ISD, 10 Gwen Perkins, Area Superintendent, Denton ISD, 11 Diane Davis Frost, Superintendent, Corsicana ISD, 12 Kimberly Royal, Elementary Principal, Austin ISD, 13 Katherine Edwards, Brady High School Principal, Brady ISD, 15 Rhonda Dillard, Executive Director of Human Resources, Frenship ISD, 17 Jill Rivera, Executive Director of Professional Development, Midland ISD, 18 Jody L. Kotys, Retired Superintendent, 19 Jamie Goodwin, Educational Specialist, ESC Region 20, 20

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Review Committee of Past Presidents (active) Margret A. Montgomery Sheffield, Consultant, Montgomery Consultant Services, Inc. (1984–1985) Yvonne Katz, Superintendent (Retired)/Trustee, Alamo Community College District (1986–1987) Janiece T. Campbell, Retired Professor (1987–1988) Virginia L. Collier, Retired Superintendent/Professor (1990–1991) Genevieve Brown, Retired Dean (1993–1994) Jackie Jenkins, Consultant, Jackie Jenkins Ph.D. Consulting (1994–1995) Juneria P. Berges, Consultant, Juneria P. Berges Consultant (1995–1996) Beverly J. Irby, Professor and Chair, K-12 Educational Administration Programs, Texas A&M University (1996–1997) Barbara A. Sultis, Retired Superintendent/Educational Consultant (1997–1998) Dianne Hess, Consultant, Dianne Hess Consulting (1998–1999) Judi Jones Benestante, Consultant, The Benestante Group (1999–2000) Anita M. Pankake, Retired Professor (2000–2001) Elizabeth A. Clark, Associate Superintendent, Curriculum and Instruction, Birdville ISD (2001–2002) Shirley M. Coleman, Retired Superintendent/Consultant (2002–2003) Vicki Miller, Retired Administrator (2004–2005) Nancy K. Vaughan, Retired Superintendent/Category Manager for Instruction and Intervention, School Specialty (2005–2006) Jennifer S. Blaine, Associate Superintendent, Talent and Operations, Spring Branch ISD (2006–2007) Viviana Lopez, Director, Education Initiatives, Texas Education Agency (2007–2008) Priscilla White, Retired Consultant/Consultant (2008–2009) Diane Stegall, Retired Superintendent/Financial Advisor, Modern Woodmen Fraternal Financial (2009–2010) Lu Stephens, Retired Professor/Consultant, (2010-2012) Denise Daniels, Assistant Principal, Katy ISD (2012) Jean Bahney, Executive Director, Special Education, Austin ISD (2013) LaTonya M. Goffney, Superintendent, Aldine ISD (2015) Stacey McGraw, Teacher, Allen ISD, 10 (2016)

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