Spring Branch Education Foundation (SBEF) has named new members to its Board of Directors for the 2021-22 term. As the nonprofit partner of Spring Branch Independent School District, SBEF provides a vehicle for donors to make tax-deductible gifts to enhance the education of the district’s 35,000 students and to support the district’s teachers.
Lisa Schwartz, a community leader and co-owner of Balfour Yearbook’s Houston/European office, will complete a two-year term as the Board’s chair.
Other officers of the 26-member executive committee are: Debra Aitken, Joe Elliott, Suzanne Farrow, Becky Fenn, Dominique Harvey, Susan Marks, Evan Perroni, Donald Roseman, James Shaddix and Suzanne Stiles. J. Carter Breed is the SBISD Board of Trustees representative.
The Board of Directors welcomes seven new members who will serve three-year terms: Matthew Cone, CEO, Frio Energy Services; Stuart Ford, senior vice president, Allegiance Bank; Michael Jarboe, senior associate minister, Memorial Drive United Methodist Church; Shannon McNary, corporate social responsibility manager, CITGO Petroleum Corporation; Kay Miller, substitute teacher; Tracie Pierce, realtor, Better Homes and Gardens Gary Greene; and Tim Raymond, retired.
For a complete list of the SBEF Board of Directors, click here.
About Spring Branch Education Foundation:
Spring Branch Education Foundation is committed to supporting SBISD students and educators. It partners with the district and community to fund programs that enhance education and ̅prepare students for the future. All Foundation dollars, donor designated or unrestricted, are only used to support programs that align with the Foundation’s mission by funding teacher grants, district grants and scholarships for SBISD students. Since 1993, the Foundation has donated more than $16 million to the district. SBEF is a 501(c)3 organization; all donations are tax deductible.