2023-2024 TEPSA State Election

Each year TEPSA members elect two officers:

  • Member At-Large: A 2-year term that supports the work of the association.
  • Vice President: A 3-year term that supports the work of the association and culminates in serving as the President.

 

Every three years, members elect the NAESP Representative.

The new governance structure will be fully implemented in 2024-2025. See the Executive Committee Phase-In Chart.

Election dates: February 21 – March 7

Voting Instructions

On February 21, eligible voters will receive an email with login instructions. Please contact Heather to retrieve your password.

2023-2024 Executive Committee

Cindy Tierney
Lufkin ISD
Region 7
President-Emeritus
Continued Term

Cooper Hilton
Coppell ISD
Region 10
President-Elect
Continued Term

Gerri Spellmann
Alamo Heights ISD
Region 20
Member At-Large
Continued Term

Annette Sanchez
Beeville ISD
Region 2
NAESP Representative
Continued Term

Vic Eugenio
Fort Worth ISD
Region 11
NAESP Zone 8 Director
NAESP Elected Position

Harley Eckhart
TEPSA Executive Director

Vice President – Contested

Dana Boyd
Principal, Parkland Elementary School
Ysleta ISD, Region 19, Early Childhood Special Education-5th grade

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Jason Morgan
Principal, Lumberton Intermediate School
Lumberton ISD, Region 5, 4th-5th Grade

Member At-Large – Contested

Reynaldo Rodriguez
Principal, Rising Scholars Academy
South Texas ISD, Region 1, 6th-8th Grade

Jaci Underwood
Principal, Preston Smith Elementary
Lubbock ISD, Region 17, Early Childhood-5th Grade

Candidates for state office must:

  • have served on a TEPSA Standing Committee or on the TEPSA Board of Directors,
  • have been a TEPSA member in good standing for at least three years; and
  • be supported by his or her TEPSA Region Executive Committee and superintendent.

The Texas Elementary Principals and Supervisors Association (TEPSA), whose hallmark is educational leaders learning with and from each other, has served Texas PK-8 school leaders since 1917. Member owned and member governed, TEPSA has more than 6000 members who direct the activities of 3 million PK-8 school children. TEPSA is an affiliate of the National Association of Elementary School Principals.

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