The Dallas County Promise Steering Board is an oversight group that looks for larger connections and relationships to support the strategy set by the Alignment Council.
The Dallas County Promise Alignment Council is a representative group of leaders across the county who are directly impacting the work of the Promise. As a thought-leadership group, the Council helps guide the strategy through which Dallas County will achieve 60x30TX with equity.
Joe May, Chancellor, Dallas County Community College District
Todd Williams, CEO and President, The Commit Partnership
Bob Mong, President, University of North Texas at Dallas
Susan Simpson Hull, Superintendent, Grand Prairie ISD
Robert (Bobby) Garza, President, Mountain View College
Susan Hoff, Chief Strategy, Impact, and Operations Officer, United Way Greater Dallas
Drexel Owusu, Senior Vice President Education and Workforce, Dallas Regional Chamber
Chemene Crawford, Associate Vice Chancellor, Dallas County Community College District
Stephanie Holley, Vice President for Student Access and Success, University of North Texas at Dallas
Michelle Bailey, Assistant Superintendent for Secondary Schools, Carrollton-Farmers Branch ISD
Eric Reeves, Managing Director, High Steps LLC
Justin Lonon, Executive Vice Chancellor, Dallas County Community College District
Jim Spaniolo, Retired President, University of Texas Arlington
Pyeper Wilkins, Executive Director, Dallas County Community College District Foundation
Working Groups: Dallas County Promise working groups focus on specific aspects of the high school-to-career pipeline to understand the challenges and opportunities. These groups outline strategies to reduce barriers to college completion.
High School Impact and Improvement
Student and Parent Leadership
Higher Ed Innovation
College and Workforce Alignment
Data and Technology Innovation
The Dallas County Talent Council is made up of superintendents, college presidents, and workforce leaders who review the high school-to-career pipeline in Dallas County in order to understand patterns and identify opportunities and obstacles for Dallas County students.
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