Vernessa Gentry, principal of Bramlette Elementary, will serve as vice chair of the Membership, Marketing and PR Committee for the Texas Elementary Principals and Supervisors Association (TEPSA). Officers from the 20 TEPSA districts across the state were installed at the association’s July Leadership Conference.
Gentry is a former District 7 TEPSAN of the Year and was named Principal of the Year by the Texas Association of Secondary School Principals.
TEPSA represents more than 5,800 elementary and middle school leaders, including principals, assistant principals, central office administrators and supervisors of reading, mathematics, science, special education and other disciplines. The organization was formed in 1917.