Officers & Executive Committee
The Executive Committee is TASA’s primary decision-making body, and consists of: four officers (the president, vice president, president-elect, and past president); one member elected from each of the 20 ESC regions; four at-large members; and the chairs of TASA’s Advocacy, Legislative, Member Engagement, and Professional Learning committees. The officers and Executive Committee work closely with TASA’s executive director and staff to conduct the business of the association.
A Message from TASA Leadership
2021-22 TASA Officers
Major Committee Chairs
Executive Committee Election Requirements & Eligibility
The information below is specific to the current election cycle. Read the Election Procedures for more information.
2022 Executive Committee Elections: Operating Procedures
Each nomination to the Executive Committee shall be supported by signatures of TASA members in the region, totaling a number equal to 15 percent of the active members in the region, but no less than five signatures. The required number shall be based on the total number of active members in the region at the end of the 2020-21 membership year (May 31, 2021).
A petition may be initiated by the candidate or any TASA member in the region. Petitions shall be in the hands of the TASA executive director not later than February 15, 2022. Each member presenting a nomination must state that the nominee is a paid-up member of the Association for the current year and that permission of the proposed nominee has been secured to offer his/her name as a candidate for election to the Executive Committee. Any active TASA member in the region, other than a paid staff member of the Association, is eligible to sign a petition on behalf of a nominee.
To obtain a petition, contact Ann Roland in the Executive Office.
Eligibility Status/Petition Requirements
Executive Committee members currently representing even-numbered ESC regions are listed below with their eligibility status. Members are eligible to serve two consecutive two-year terms. Petition requirements are based on 15 percent (but no fewer than five) of regional active members, 2020-21 final count.
*15 percent of regional active members, 2020-21 final count (no fewer than 5)
|ESC Region||Active Members||Required Signatures*|
* Not eligible for re-election
|2||Sharon McKinney||Port Aransas ISD|
|4||Martha Salazar-Zamora||Tomball ISD|
|6||Darol Hail||New Waverly ISD|
|8||Judd Marshall*||Mount Pleasant ISD|
|10||Kevin Worthy*||Royse City ISD|
|12||George Kazanas*||Midway ISD|
|14||David Young||Abilene ISD|
|16||Donna Hale*||Miami ISD|
|18||Ariel Elliott*||Greenwood ISD|
|20||Michelle Carroll Smith*||Lytle ISD|