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Humble ISD Education Foundation has new members

Posted by Texas Education on August 28, 2008

This just in from the Chron.com website. Six new members have been added to the Humble school district’s Education Foundation board of directors for the 2008-09 school year.

The new executive board is being lead by Chair Corinn Price. Mrs. Price is entering her third year as chair. Also on the executive board are Lupe Lopez as vice-chair, Paul Saunders, treasurer, school district superintendent Guy Sconzo, Secretary, and Keith Lapeze serving as the appointed trustee to the Education Foundation. Serving the executive board in at-large positions are Tracy Stunja and Kim Riley.

The other new members to the board are Tom Broad of Memorial Hermann Northeast Hospital, Beth Cipriani an area volunteer; Marietta Winters of Green Oaks Diagnostic; Nancy Williams, a local motivational speaker and writer; and Cheryl Burnett who represents the Humble school district’s council of PTA’s.

“I can’t think of a more exciting or challenging time to be a part of the Foundation than right now when our kids, their teachers and our schools need us the most,” said Tom Broad. “That’s why I agreed to be a part of the Humble ISD Education Foundation. And I want to be able to say that I didn’t just talk about what our schools need but that I actually helped to do something about it.”

Also joining the Education Foundation is Jeanette Ramirez, who comes from the Hayes school district. She holds the position of fund development associate.

Directors serve three-year terms and also serve on subcommittees to oversee fundraising, long-range planning and development, community relations and administration. The education foundation is a non-profit charity that raises funds to award to Humble school teachers through the Innovative Education Grant Program. For more information about the education foundation, visit www.humbleisdfoundation.org.

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