Mon, Jun 5, 2023 at 11:17 PM
Houston, Texas (KTRK) – The Houston Independent School District announced its new government headed by Superintendent Mike Miles Monday morning.
Miles, who was hired by the Texas Education Agency last week, replaced Millard House II as part of the state’s takeover of its largest school district.
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The appointment of the Cabinet came as follows, according to a press release issued by the department:
- Kerry Briggs, Chief of Staff
- Orlando Reddick, Division Supervisor
- Luz Martinez, department supervisor
- Imelda de la Guardia, department supervisor
- Jim Terry, President, Finance and Business Services
- Wanda Paul, Chief Operating Officer
- Christine Dobson-Hall, Chief Academic Officer
- Sandy Massey, Head of Leadership and Professional Development
- Katusha Woods, General Counsel
- Scott Gilhousen, Chief Information Officer
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Woods, Gilhausen and Paul all worked under the previous management at HISD.
Paul also worked at Miles in the Dallas Independent School District.
Riddick and De La Guardia previously worked for HISD, and the remaining five members came from outside the area.
Two of these, Terry and Macy, previously worked for Third Future Schools, a network of charter schools founded by Miles.
Miles stepped down as its CEO after accepting a supervisor job at HISD.
The province said the announcement of this leadership team is “only the first in a series of leadership appointments that will take place in the coming weeks.”
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