Where Are They Now - Volume X

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.
 
 Adams Dale T. Adams '64, '60 (Houston, TX) began this fall his 47th year at Lee College in Baytown, Texas, as an instructor of English, Humanities, and Film Studies, having served some 15 years as Chair of the Division of English and Humanities. An author of numerous articles and publications, one of his most recent was "Twice Convicted, Once Executed: A Literary Naturalist's Interpretation of Richard Brooks' Film In Cold Blood" in Literature/Film Quarterly.  Gish Dr. David Gish '84 (San Marcos, TX) currently serves as Head Athletics Trainer at Texas State University and is in his 24th season. Gish also is in his first year of a four-year term on the Executive Board of the Southwest Athletic Trainers Association. In 2007, he helped develop and write a high school athletics trainers' sports medicine course for the Texas State Athletic Trainer's Association, and continues to be an instructor for that course. Gish was awarded the 2010 Service Award by the National Athletic Trainers' Association for service to the profession.
 Smartt Joy Allred Smartt '77 (Coppell, TX) is the Director of Academics and Support Services in Highland Park Independent School District in Dallas, Texas.  Smartt previously served as an elementary principal and Director of Elementary Curriculum in Coppell ISD.  She has more than 30 years of experience in the field of education.  Fonteno Kimberly Fonteno '79 (­Houston, TX) serves as a Regional School Improvement Officer for the Houston Independent School  District, supervising a number of elementary campuses.  Fonteno will receive a doctorate of education through the Cooperative Superintendency Program from the University of Texas at Austin in June 2013. She completed her undergraduate degree in elementary education at UNT.  She received the "No Excuses Leaders" award presented in Washington DC, by the Heritage Foundation.
 Goddard Dr. Michael Goddard '00 M.Ed., '04 Ed.D. (Prosper, TX) currently serves as Assistant Superintendent of schools in the Prosper Independent School District. He entered public education 11 years ago as a teacher and has since held positions of Summer School Principal, Dean of Students, Associate Principal, Principal and Assistant Superintendent. He and his wife Dena, a PISD elementary school teacher, live in Prosper with their son Brock and two Cavalier King Charles Spaniels.  Moffitt Kevin B. Moffitt '03 M.Ed, '97 M.Ed (Denton, TX) is currently a principal at Central Elementary in Lewisville ISD, one of the largest elementary schools in North Texas. His current focus is increasing student engagement through dual language programs, inclusion programs, and educational technology.  He also serves as an adjunct professor at North Central Texas College in the Department of College Preparatory Studies.
 Brogdon Dr. Gayle L. Brogdon '72 (Los Fresnos, TX) has been a member of the faculty at the University of Texas at Brownsville since 1978 and currently serves as the associate dean in the College of Education. DeMaria
Dr. Andrea L. DeMaria '08 (Charleston, SC) recently accepted a Tenure-track Assistant Professor position at the College of Charleston. She is teaching courses within the BS in Public Health degree, as well as pursuing an active research agenda in female reproductive and sexual health.