TCEA Announces Special Interest Groups Officers for 2018-19

TCEA is pleased to announce the newly-elected officers for our Special Interest Groups (SIGs) who will serve for the 2018-2019 year. TCEA’s SIGs connect educators with similar backgrounds and focuses. They promote networking, collaboration, and thought leadership around issues and interests in technology in education.

The following officers assumed their roles on April 1, 2018.

CAMP-SIG
President: Emily Richeson, Liberty Hill ISD
Vice-President: Matthew Lincheck, Deer Park ISD
Secretary: Sydney Musslewhite, Lubbock-Cooper ISD
Treasurer: Jerri Davis, Eustace ISD
Communication Liaison: Twyla Felty, Eustace ISD
Past-President: Jay Jackson, Katy ISD

LIB-SIG
President: Kristi Starr, Lubbock ISD
Vice-President: Nancy Jo Lambert, Frisco ISD
Secretary/Treasurer: Brandi Rosales, Richardson ISD

ROBO-SIG
President: Angela Jumper, Granbury ISD
Vice-President: Bill Long, Harper ISD
Secretary: Michelle Heard Newman, Mesquite ISD
Treasurer: Paulette Roundtree, Malakoff ISD

TA/CS-SIG
President: Sylvia Wood, Leander ISD
Vice-President, Computer Science: Trenton Hall, Brenham ISD
Vice-President, Tech Apps: Kim Garcia, Georgetown ISD
Secretary/Treasurer: Jo Cadena, Klein ISD
Content Rep, Computer Science: Gerald Page, Frisco ISD
Content Rep, Tech Apps: Delta McFarland, Needville ISD
Past-President: Hal Speed, CS4TX

TEC-SIG
President: Tonia Meadows, Friendswood ISD
Vice-President: Jeannine Freeman, Fort Sam Houston ISD
Treasurer: Brad Stewart, Lufkin ISD
Media Officer: Brenda McDonald, Anderson-Shiro CISD

VL-SIG
President: Jody Rentfro, Lewisville ISD
Vice-President: Elaine Plybon, Keller ISD
Secretary/Treasurer: Carolyn Mitchell, Lewisville ISD

TCEA (tcea.org) is a nonprofit, member-based organization that has supported the use of technology in education for the last 38 years. Our primary focus is on integrating technology into the PreK-16 environment and providing our members with cutting-edge knowledge and resources through conferences, workshops, online and print publications, and collaborations
with higher education and business.

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