Where Are They Now - Volume IX

We proudly recognize the achievements of our alumni as they accomplish wonderful things around the globe. Within each issue of Results!, you'll find a list of graduates who have made a difference in their communities and beyond. If you would like to be featured, please send us an e-mail.

 
 Moore '62, '67 G.A. Moore, Aubrey, TX, is Texas' winningest high school football coach and was officially enshrined in the Texas Sports Hall of Fame and Texas High School Coaches Association Hall of Fame this year. Moore played football at UNT from 1957 to 1960, coached for 43 years and was also inducted into the UNT Athletics Hall of Fame in 2002.  Grant '05 Dr. Kizuwanda Gayden Grant, Dallas, TX is Vice President of Academic Affairs at Paul Quinn College.  She earned her Ph.D. in Higher Education from UNT in 2005.  Prior to attending UNT, Grant studied mathematics education at Columbia University, Teachers College (2001) and Grambling State University (1998).  She is married to Jamie Grant and has one son, Jamie II.
 McBurnett ‘92, ‘93, Keith McBurnett, Burnet, TX
currently serves as superintendent of schools in the Burnet Consolidated Independent School District. He was previously the deputy superintendent for Pflugerville ISD and the Executive Director of Elementary Administration in Keller ISD.
 Coppola '89,'99, Dr. Bill Coppola, Arlington, TX currently serves as President of Tarrant County College's Southeast campus. His main focus is increasing student success through community and civic engagement. Prior to Joining TCCD he was Executive Director at Kingwood College.
 Plemons '94, '06, Debbi Plemons, The Colony, TX
is a licensed professional counselor supervisor, working as a school counselor at Morningside Elementary in Lewisville ISD.  She also teaches parenting classes and provides counseling through LISD's family center. Plemons was recently named Lewisville ISD Counselor of the year for 2011-2012. 
 Zimmerer '10 Jared Zimmerer, Denton, TX is the author of The Ten Commandments of Lifting Weights: Recommendations to the Devout Body Builder, in which he gives advice for men and women to live balanced, holistic lifestyles. He is currently working on a group author project defining authentic masculinity.
 Lamb '10, Dr. Keith Lamb, Wichita Falls, TX
is the Vice President for Student Affairs and Enrollment Management at Midwestern State University.  In this role, he serves as the institution's Senior Student Affairs Officer and Chief Enrollment Officer.  In addition to his administrative responsibilities, he enjoys teaching a graduate educational research course each semester.
Mclawhon
‘09, Dr. Ryan McLawhon, College Station, TX, is the Assistant Director of Institutional Assessment at Texas A&M University. He oversees the assessment of general education at Texas A&M and collaborates with faculty and staff to gather information on student learning achievement for both accountability and curricular improvement. His previous work included distance learning course design and faculty development.