Where Are They Now - Volume XII

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.

Amy Molina
Denton, TX
'07 B.S. Interdisciplinary S

Molina is the Secondary E.S.L. and Dual Language Coach for Denton I.S.D. She has experience as an elementary bilingual teacher and instructional specialist. In 2013, Amy was recognized as the Bilingual-ESL Education Association of the Metroplex Elementary Teacher of the Year for DFW, and the Texas Association of Bilingual Education Teacher of the Year.

Jennifer McNatt Mattingly
Lewisville, TX
'96 M.Ed. Educational Administration

Mattingly has served more than 22 years in public education and was recently named the Texas PTA Principal of the Year. She is currently the principal at Lewisville ISD's Christa McAuliffe Elementary in Highland Village, Texas. She has also been named Who's Who Among America's Teachers and Denton County ARC Administrator of the Year. Mattingly is married to Chris Mattingly, a fellow UNT alumnus and LISD principal.

Gregory Knell
Austin, TX
'13 M.S. Kinesiology

Knell is an Epidemiology Ph.D. student at the University of Texas Health Science Center School of Public Health in Austin, Texas. His research interests center around physical activity measurement and assessment and he hopes his work will be utilized by public health officials to develop programs that aid in overcoming the physical inactivity pandemic.
Kevin McCawley Stewart
Denton, TX
'11 M.S. Educational

Stewart was among the first staff members at the UNT Kristin Farmer Autism Center. After a year of working with individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders as the Lead Interventionist at the Center, he now works as the Director of Outreach and Training.
Erin Pack-Jordan
Salt Lake City, UT
'11 M.Ed. Secondary Education
'08 B.A. History

Pack-Jordan is the Director of Debate at Corner Canyon High School in the Salt Lake City, Utah area. She was named 2012-13 Teacher of the Year at Gustine ISD where she taught high school English, coached debate and served as the district UIL Coordinator. She previously worked at Princeton ISD.

Brenda Barrio
Pullman, WA
'13 Ph.D. Special Education
'08 M.S. Special Education
'07 B.S. Interdisciplinary Studies

Barrio is an assistant professor at Washington State University and currently focuses in teaching and conducting research in the areas of bilingual special education, teacher preparation and response to intervention.