Where Are They Now - Volume XVI

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.


Cheryl Anne Stewart Daugherty
Sanger, TX
'86 B.S., Physical Education and Health

Daugherty is the physical education teacher at Chisholm Trail Elementary in Sanger ISD and was a Teacher of the Year for 2014-15. She enjoys riding horses, biking, kayaking and more with her family, including daughter Charity, son Curtis and son Caleb, who is a student at the UNT Health Science Center's College of Pharmacy.


Bobby Burns
Irving, TX
'01 Ed.D., Educational Administration

Burns is superintendent for the Carrollton-Farmers Branch ISD, where he started as a high school English teacher and athletics coach in 1988. He has earned Superintendent of the Year for Region 10 by the Texas Association of School Boards. 

Alexandria Neeley
Amarillo, TX
'14 B.S., Interdisciplinary Studies

Neeley teaches in a Title 1 school in Amarillo. Her students are part of the No Excuses University, which exposes them to college at a young age and encourages them to set high goals and achieve them without the limitations of excuses. This year her students will be representing the Mean Green spirit with class cheer-offs and spirit competitions!

Jamie McCormick
Denton, TX
'07 B.S., Interdisciplinary Studies

McCormick is the kindergarten through fifth-grade art teacher at Tomas Rivera Elementary in Denton. She is certified EC-4 Generalist and K-12 Art. She has been married to her husband, Ian, for 10 years and the couple have two boys (Lang and Luke). She is also a proud alum of the Gamma Eta Chapter of Alpha Phi International Fraternity.

Todd Herauf
'04 M.Ed., '14 Ed.D., Educational Leadership

Herauf recently joined River Oaks Baptist School as associate head of school for acaemics, having previously served as an administrator in Coppell ISD.

Kimberly Lowry
Glenn Heights
'14 Ph.D.,Higher Education

Lowry received the 2015 NASPA Community College Professional Award. She is associate vice president for academic affairs and student success at Eastfield College in the Dallas Community College Distruct. The award recognizes her contributions to the creation of a community college campus that promotes student learning and personal development.