School Board Trustee Angela Conrad selected to Leadership TASB
The Texas Association of School Boards (TASB) has selected Humble ISD Trustee Angela Conrad to the Leadership TASB Class of 2016. She joins 36 school board leaders handpicked from across the state based upon a written application to the yearlong leadership program. There are 1,027 independent school districts in Texas.
“Angela Conrad is a visionary leader,” Humble ISD Superintendent Dr. Guy Sconzo said. “We are proud that Humble ISD will be represented in Leadership TASB through her participation.”
TASB is a nonprofit association established in 1949 for school board members, the largest group of publicly elected officials in the state. The districts they represent serve approximately 5 million students.
Conrad was elected to the Humble ISD School Board in 2013. She chairs the Board’s Technology and Data Governance Committee and the Board and Superintendent Evaluation Committee. She also serves on the Legislative Committee and is the School Board representative to the Humble ISD Education Foundation Board.
Conrad earned a bachelor’s degree at Lamar University and a master’s degree at Arizona State University. She works as an instructional designer for Insperity. The mother of two resides in Kingwood with her husband, Troy Church. Her daughter, Daryn, is a sophomore at The University of Texas-Austin and son, Braeden, is a Kingwood High School senior.
Conrad’s experience also includes 14 years in public education, with six years classroom experience as a math teacher and eight years experience in the Humble ISD Instructional Technology department. She has conducted parent seminars on internet safety and cyberbullying and presented at the National School Boards Association conference on school board members’ effective use of social media.
“I am honored to be a part of
Leadership TASB and look forward to building relationships with school board
members from throughout Texas, as together we share a common commitment to
children, teachers, and strong communities,” Conrad