Mr. Anthony Hill

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Degrees and Certifications:

Wittenberg University, BA Accounting; Atlanta University (now Clark Atlanta University), MBA Finance; University of Dallas, Graduate School of Management, Certificate E-Commerce Management

Mr. Anthony Hill

Began Serving on School Board: May 2007 (Re-elected in 2010, 2013, 2016 AND 2019)
Up for Re-Election: May 2022

Occupation/Place of Employment:
Financial Analyst; In the past he also worked as a Consultant/Newbold Advisory, Consultant/Carlisle & Gallagher Consulting Group and Financial Analyst (Software, Hardware and Capital Planning) & Information Technology Security / IBM

Family:
Spouse: Jo Ann, IBM - Technology Executive, Healthcare Industry
Children: Son Caleb, NTH@C Graduate

Hobbies:
Theatre, Visiting historical places and museums, Sporting Events, Jazz and Gospel Music

What factors most strongly influenced your decision to run for the School Board?
The talent and growth potential of the young people in the district was a very strong influence. Another key influence was the level of support given by the parents and community for public education. A third factor was the commitment and quality of the district staff (teachers, administrators, superintendent, and support staff). Lastly, the existing challenges facing public education that present a great opportunity to drive creative solutions for student achievement and staff development.

Volunteer Commitments:
 ♦ Mobility Credit Union (2005 - present)
      ♦ Supervisory Committee member; chairperson (past – 3 years)
      ♦ Audit Committee chairperson (past – 3 years)
      ♦ Risk Management Committee chairperson (2015 - present)
      ♦ Member Board of Directors (2007 - present)
      ♦ Board of Directors Vice Chair (2008 - 2018)
      ♦ Board of Directors President (2018 - present )
 ♦ Coppell YMCA Board of Directors (2009 – 2015)
 ♦ Metrocrest Services Director (2011 – 2015)
      ♦ CISD Liaison (2015 – present)
      ♦ Technology Committee (2011 – 2018) and Chairperson (8/2018 - present)
      ♦ Finance (2011- present)
 ♦ North Lake College North Campus Executive Community Council (2011 – present)
 ♦ Theatre Coppell (2007 – present)

School Board Credentials:
 ♦ Master Trustee, 2013 Leadership TASB Class
 ♦ Member of Texas Association of School Boards (TASB)
 ♦ Member of North Texas Area Association of School Boards (NTAASB)
      ♦ Director (2008 – present)
      ♦ Treasurer (4/2010 – 4/2012; 6/2019 - 4/2020)
      ♦ Vice President (4/2012-4/2014)
      ♦ President (4/2016-4/2018)
 ♦ Member of School Board Advocacy Network (SBAN)
 ♦ Texas Association of School Boards (TASB), Risk Management Fund Board (3/2014 – present), Vice Chair (2016-2018); current Vice Chair Claims Subcommittee (2018 - present)

On what committees do you serve as a CISD School Board Trustee?
 ♦ NTAASB (North Texas Area Association of School Boards) Director
 ♦ SHAC (Student Health Advisory Council)
 ♦ TASB RMF – Claims Committee
 ♦ Long Range Technology Planning Committee
 ♦ School Safety and Security Committee
 ♦ Career Technical Education (CTE) Advisory Committee
 ♦ Texas Education Agency (TEA) Board of Trustees Advisory Council
 ♦ New Tech Strategic Design Committee
 ♦ CISD Distinguished Alumni Committee
 ♦ Middle School (’17), Ninth Grade (’17), and Elementary (‘18) Naming Committees

Which campuses have you adopted this year?
MKB, TCE, Wilson, CMS North, CHS9, CHS, NTH@C, VP@C

What are your 1-5 year goals for the students in CISD? 
 ♦ Ensure the new Strategic Design is implemented to meet the current and future needs of students, and supporting the campuses on their Campus Improvement Plans.
 ♦ Expand educational channels for students across elementary, middle school and high school such as blended learning, flipped classrooms; increase the number of educational organizations, and enhance business partner relationships to grow knowledge of career technical education pathways.
 ♦ Leverage the cultural diversity of the student population within the district

Is there valuable insight and some information you feel a prospective school board candidate should know BEFORE they seek election?
 ♦ You will need to spend a lot of time learning about your responsibilities as a trustee by doing research on the topics you will be required to make decisions on, preparing for meetings by reading any documentation provided by staff, and attending meetings (regular and special board meetings, special committee assignments, district events, campus events, regional and state activities…).
 ♦ You will have to be open to understanding all aspects of how a school district operates and how the laws at the federal and state level affect your options.

What have you learned about being an elected public official that has helped you successfully perform your duties for the children and citizens for the district?
It is very important to regularly review the reasons why I ran initially and afterwards, understand the current educational environment within and external to the local community and assess how well I am working toward those changing objectives.