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Dr. Elizabeth Clark is the Associate Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction at Birdville ISD and a lecturer at the University of Houston Clear Lake. With more than 39 years of educational experience, she was formerly Chief Academic Officer with the Katy Independent School District. While she has been very involved in many professional organizations, her primary involvement is now with Texas Association for Supervision & Curriculum Development (where she has served as president), Texas Council of School Women Executives, (where she has served as president), and the Texas Association of School Administrators.