Omaha, Neb., assistant professor of theater at Creighton University,
prepared a major theater production, a musical titled Lewis
and Clark, at the university for performance this fall. He adapted
the musical from the expedition's journals.
M.Ed.), Richardson, was named assistant superintendent of elementary
education in Lewisville. He has worked at the Lewisville ISD
since 1987, starting as assistant principal and becoming executive
director of elementary education in 1994.
(M.Ed., '86 Ed.D.), Dallas, has been selected as assistant
professor of education and director of the master of education
program at Dallas Baptist University. He was formerly principal
of J.J. Pearce High School and assistant principal at Highland
Park High School.
('77 M.M.), Santa Fe, N.M., is the newly appointed director
of the contemporary music program at the College of Santa Fe.
He served on the faculty of Texas Tech University for 22 years
before moving to Santa Fe with his wife, Joy.
(M.S.), Alexandria, Va., is president of Successful Life Transitions. He helps
people balance their work and personal lives and find jobs and careers they love.
He can be reached at
Fort Worth, is the executive director of the Parenting Center,
a nonprofit social service agency that serves
families and children in Fort Worth, Arlington and Mansfield.
She has been with the company for more than seven years and was
previously a program director with Catholic Charities.
James Ngon Hoc Ha (M.B.A.),
La Habra, Calif., recently joined Coaster Co. of America, a distributor and importer
of ready-to-assemble furniture and lamps, as vice president of finance. He and
his wife, Chauyen ('77 M.B.A.), are both UNT accounting graduates and CPAs.
(Ph.D.), Dallas, was inducted into the Cleveland Heights High School Distinguished
Alumni Hall of Fame. She is a professional tutor and writer and a former teacher,
curriculum developer and principal for inner-city students.
Georgetown, has been named principal of Richarte High School
for the Georgetown ISD. She holds master's degrees from
the University of Southern Maine and Marian College.