TACAC Leadership

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

2018-2019 Executive Board

President/Delegate

 

Mickey Saloma

John Paul II High School

President-Elect/Alternate Delegate

Micah Lyles

The Hockaday School

 

Past-President/Chief Delegate

Angelica Melendez
South San Antonio High School

Treasurer

Megan Greene
San Jacinto College

Executive Assistant

 

Mosadi Porter

 

NACAC Delegates

College Delegate

Keith Ahee
Sam Houston State University

College Delegate

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

College Delegate

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

College Delegate

Victoria Herrera
Texas Christian University

Tony Sarda
Lamar University

 

 

Tom Becker
University of Pittsburgh

 

 

Secondary Delegate

 

 

 


Hope Young
 KIPP Houston High School

Secondary Delegate
Joseph Miller
St. Agnes Academy
Secondary Delegate


Demetra Durham
L. V. Berkner High School

Secondary Delegate
Clark Mitchell
 Sunnyvale High School
Secondary Delegate

Carl Tippen
 Westlake Academy

 

2018-2019 Executive Board Committee Chairs

Admission Practices



Jonah O'Hara
 St. Stephen's Episcopal School, Austin

Tom Becker
University of Pittsburgh

Advancement Brad Durchslag
Trinity University
 
College Fairs


National College Fairs: 

Clark Mitchell,
Sunnyvale High School


Regional College Fairs: 

Victoria Herrera,
Texas Christian University

Communications

Mackenzie Payton
The University of Tulsa

 
Conference
Marisol Scheer
University of the Incarnate Word

 
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
Thomas Jefferson High School

 

 

 PICTURE TO COME

 

 

Bridget Adiukwu
Lamar University

 

Membership

 

PICTURE TO COME

Georgina Cervantes
Our Lady of the Lake University

 

PICTURE TO COME

Michael Minter
Houston ISD

 

Nominating and Awards

 

 

Angelica Melendez
South San Antonio High School

 
Professional Development
Micah Lyles
 Hockaday School

Kimberly West
University of Oklahoma

Strategy Planning

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Transfer Ad Hoc



Joseph Miller
St. Agnes Academy

 

April Cano

Texas Christian University

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rachel Butler

Drake University

 

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.