TACAC Leadership

As a membership organization, TACAC has elected officers to lead the programs and committees of the organization.

TACAC Executive Board 2016

2016-2017 Executive Board

Organizational Chart

President/Secondary Delegate Ismael Rodriguez, The College Board
President-Elect/Alternate Delegate Angelica Melendez, South San Antonio High School
Past-President/Chief Delegate Beverly Woodson Day, University of Texas at San Antonio
Treasurer Vanessa Gibson, Midway High School
Executive Assistant Diana McAfee, TACAC

 

NACAC Delegates

College Delegate
Mickey Saloma
, Lyle School of Engineering, Southern Methodist University
College Delegate
Marisol Scheer
, University of the Incarnate Word
College Delegate
Hope Young
, KIPP Houston High School
Secondary Delegate
Kenneth Bordelon
, Houston Independent School District
Secondary Delegate


Demetra Durham, Young Women's Leadership Academy - Grand Prairie

Secondary Delegate
Monica Lopez
, Episcopal High School - Houston
Secondary Delegate
Clark Mitchell
, Sunnyvale High School

 

2016-2017 Executive Board Committee Chairs

Admission Practices


Joseph Miller, Cristo Rey Houston

 
Marisol Scheer, University of the Incarnate Word
Advancement Brad Durchslag, Trinity University  
College Fairs
National College Fairs: 
Clark Mitchell, Sunnyvale High School


Regional College Fairs:Victoria Herrera, Texas Christian University

Communications
Abby Rosensweig
, Fort Worth Country Day 
 
Conference
D
emetra Durham, Young Women's Leadership Academy - Grand Prairie
 
Government Relations
Ka'rin Thornburg, The University of Texas at Austin

Caroline Enriquez
, The University of Texas at Austin
Inclusion, Access and Success
Myra Fuentes
, The University of Texas at Austin
 
Membership


Nick Howell, University of Houston


Charlotte Winkelmann
, Hays CISD
Nominating and Awards
Beverly Woodson Day
, University of Texas at San Antonio
 
Professional Development
Micah Lyles
, Hockaday School

Jordan Sass
, University of Houston
Strategy Planning
Mickey Saloma
, Lyle School of Engineering, Southern Methodist University


Assessment Coordinator: Hope Young, KIPP Houston High School

 

TACAC offers our members an opportunity to nominate candidates for TACAC officer positions and awards.  Nomination forms are due to the TACAC Past-President by early spring at least 2 months prior to the state conference.

 

Nominations

TACAC offers our members an opportunity to nominate candidates for TACAC officer positions and awards.  Nomination forms are due to the TACAC Past-President by early spring at least 2 months prior to the state conference. A call will be put out in January.

Executive Positions

President-Elect – Single-slated candidate.  Position alternates between university and high school counselor each year.  Will become President the following year.  Primary duties include but not limited to chairing Conference Planning Committee, serving on and attending all meetings of the Executive Committee and Executive Board, assisting the President with duties as deemed appropriate, and identifying association members who might be appropriate selections for committee chairpersons.  Serves a one-year term. 

Treasurer-Designate – Single-slated candidate.  Position shadows Treasurer one year prior to assuming responsibilities of Treasurer.  Primary duties include but not limited to maintaining the official financial records of the Association and to report on the financial condition of the Association at General Membership and Executive Board meetings.  This person is a member of the Executive Board and Committee.  Serves a three-year term.

NACAC Assembly Delegate – Double-slated candidate (unless more than one vacancy).  At least one member from both high school and university is selected each year.  Primary responsibilities include considering the views of TACAC to determine how to vote on issues at the national conference.  Serves on the Executive Board.  Serves a three-year term.