TAGT Announces 2021–2022 Emerging Leaders Class
The following outstanding district leaders were selected to join the 2021–2022 TAGT Emerging Leaders Program:
- Amanda Daniels Ed.D., Elementary G/T Coordinator/Teacher, Melissa ISD
- Amy Donnelly, District G/T and Testing Coordinator, School of Science and Technology
- Jennifer Ellis, District Instructional Coach, Montgomery ISD
- Christy Hooper, District G/T Coordinator, Ponder ISD
- Abbee Jefferies Ed.D., G/T Specialist/Secondary Science, ESC Region 16
- Lorra Lynch, Instructional Coach, Montgomery ISD
- Shawna Marks, Curriculum Assessment Specialist, Amarillo ISD
- Kenya Oliver M.Ed., Advanced Academics Coordinator, Del Valle ISD
- Lindsay Orr, Elementary G/T Coordinator, Ferris ISD
- Danielle Berner Peterson M.Ed., Secondary Gifted and Talented Facilitator, Katy ISD
- Amanda Smith Ed.D., Coordinator of Advanced Academics, Alvin ISD
- Christy Thorman, Assistant Principal/District G/T Coordinator, Venus ISD
- Christina Wrob Ph.D., Advanced Academics Specialist, Southwest ISD
A special thank you to ELP Partner, J. Taylor Education, for support of this program. J Taylor Education publishes products and provides training focused on the Depth and Complexity Framework, and offers workshops both nationally and internationally on the best practices for introducing and using the Framework tools to elicit high-level thinking.
The Texas Association for the Gifted & Talented (TAGT) connects and empowers educators and parents to meet the unique needs of gifted and talented students from every cultural background who see the world in unique ways and are developing minds that just might discover innovative answers to the most challenging questions of their generation. TAGT provides more than 3,000 members a forum for exchanging ideas and information about the education of G/T students. For more information, please visit txgifted.org.
CONTACT: Lacy Compton, M.A.
Professional Learning & Partnerships Director