Lon 'Monty' Montgomery Hamm
('91), North Richland Hills, who taught art in Texas schools
for seven years, is working for the Neiman Marcus Group in Las
Colinas. He also freelances and creates caricature portraits for
executives at DeGolyer and MacNaughton and appears as an extra
a stagehand in the new movie The Alamo. His 11-year-old son, Myles,
plays ice hockey as a goalie in Euless.
Glenda Sullivan Lee,
Durham, N.C., is the new assistant director of career services
University. She has 15 years of experience in human resource
management and has earned senior professional human resource certification
from the Society of Human Resource Management.
Annette T. Griffin
(Ed.D.), Carrollton, has been an educator in the North Texas area
for more than 30 years. She has been the superintendent of the
Carrollton-Farmers Branch ISD since 1997.
Ingram ('87 M.B.A.), Denton, has been named assistant trust officer
at Texas Bank's Denton South banking center. She most recently
as trust accountant and administrative assistant at Wells Fargo/First
State Bank of Texas.
North Richland Hills, won Lockheed Martin's
Communications Excellence 'Comet' Award this fall.
He is senior manager of media and trade relations for Lockheed's
Missiles and Fire Control in Grand Prairie. He won the award
for his international media plan for the Patriot Advanced Capability-3
Liz Lyons Atherton,
Georgetown, is the owner of Ciao! Talents, a talent agency representing actors
whose credits include the movies Secondhand Lions, Spy Kids and The
and television series such as NYPD Blue, JAG, Monk and Saturday
(Ph.D.), Arlington, vice president of academic affairs at the
University of Texas-Arlington, is serving as the university's
interim provost. She joined the faculty
at UTA in 1987.
Forestburg, was named director of lifelong learning at North
Central Texas College. She also earned credentials as a
certified program planner from the Learning Resource Network.
A. Montague Nolting,
Pflugerville, has accepted the position of executive director
at the Roy F. and Joann Cole Mitte Foundation. She had served
as the foundation's assistant vice president of academic
affairs since February 2003 and formerly was development director
for the UNT College of Arts and Sciences.
Anthony 'David' Lewis,
Amarillo, has been promoted to the position of manager of the Target
store in Amarillo. He still has strong ties to the university — his
parents, Tony and Chelita Lewis, and his sister, Mary Brockett,
all work for UNT.
('98 M.S.), Aledo, accepted a position last fall as counselor
for the Preparatory Campus of Southwest Christian School in Fort
Worth. He and his wife, Holly, have two children, Braden and Cara-Lee.