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The College of Education Board of Visitors is a volunteer body providing feedback, recommendations and support to advance the College’s goals.

Specific responsibilities of the Board are to provide feedback on the effectiveness of existing activities in meeting the College’s mission; to provide advice and counsel to the dean regarding key issues; to serve as a communications link between the College and the various sectors of the community assisting the development of good relations between the College and the community at large; and to work with the dean to raise funds to ensure that the College meets its goals and objectives.

Jim Chadwell, Ed.D. ’91 ’96 ’09

Eagle Mountain-Saginaw ISD

Dr. Olga Martinez Hickman
Executive Director, Bachman Lake Together
Dr. Anthony Johnson, '98 '05 '10
Executive Director, Survive and Thrive Education
Trevon Jones, '20
Director of Equity, Inclusion, and Community, Trinity Valley School
Mary M. Keller, Ed.D.
Military Child Education Coalition Co-Founder
President and CEO (Retired)
Julie Knudsen, '04 '07
Head of Middle School
Trinity Valley School
Elva LeBlanc, Ph.D.
Interim Chancellor, Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost, Tarrant County College
Antonio Martinez '83
Principal, North Side High School
Joseph A. Monteleone ’09
Kellie Mossler ’15 ’16

COE Alumni President
Ex-Officio Member

George Nunez '19 '22
Academic Advisor, Bob Schieffer College of Communication
Martha (Hackley) Salmon, Ph.D. ’66, ’71

Community Volunteer

Cathy Sewell, Ed.D., '96 '19
Deputy Executive Director of Instructional Services, ESC Region 11
Chris Shropshire
Program Officer, Rainwater Charitable Foundation
Enrique Sondakh-Dorantes '23
Partner & Outreach Success Manager, Diversity Abroad
Hugh W. Thompson III, ’68

Cutrale Citrus Juices USA
Retired, President

Maryett (Vansau) Thompson, ’70

Community Volunteer

Julie Vu '17
Assistant Superintendent, Curriculum & Student Services
Kennedale ISD


Join the TCU College of Education Board of Visitors! We’re looking for new members who want to engage with our faculty, staff, community partners, and students to ensure that they reach their full potential both on-campus and beyond.  In this role you will provide advice and counsel to the dean, serve as links to the community, advocate for and support the College of Education. Take the first step: express your interest by completing the form below: