President • Pflugerville ISD

Dr. Doug Killian was recently named Superintendent of Pflugerville ISD, and served in that role at Hutto ISD since 2010. In 2014, he was named the Greater Austin Chamber of Commerce’s 2014 Superintendent of the Year and in 2015 was Region 13’s Superintendent of the Year. Locally, Killian is a member of Rotary and Lions Club, and is involved in the Chamber of Commerce.

Doug is married to Lorie Killian, a Registered Nurse, for 25 years, and the Killians are blessed to have three wonderful boys.

Doug began his educational career at United ISD severing as a 1st Grade teacher. He has held various administrative positions including serving as superintendent in Poteet and Huffman, as well as rolls in ESC 3 and 20. He believes the success of Texas in drawing business to the state has created a new issue in our communities: the incredible pressure of classroom facilities and funding needs in many fast growth districts. The Fast Growth Coalition is essential to bringing those needs to the forefront.

Remember Texas Public Schools!


Jamie Wilson


Past President • Denton ISD

The Denton ISD Board of School Trustees named Dr. Jamie Wilson superintendent of schools in July 2012. During his 24-year career he has built a reputation through public education advocacy, growth management and instructional innovation. His life-long ties to the Denton community positioned him to become the leader of the school system.

As a collaborator, Dr. Wilson has forged unprecedented partnerships with local business, universities and organizations. Most recently, the district co-founded Mentor Denton which seeks to place an adult mentor with each of the districts at-risk students, which account for 42 percent of the district’s 28,000 students.

Dr. Wilson joined Denton ISD in 2005 as assistant superintendent for secondary academic programs, where he immediately focused on improving educational programs for the district’s growing student population. He is committed to student engagement with a focus on student achievement. During the five years he’s served as deputy superintendent, Dr. Wilson has played a major role in managing the district finances, especially in 2011 when the state cut public school funding and the local district’s revenue by $11 million.

Dr. Susan BohnDR. SUSAN BOHN

Vice President • Aledo ISD

Dr. Susan K. Bohn started as Superintendent of Aledo ISD in June of 2018.
Bohn previously served as the Superintendent of Lockhart Independent School District since 2015. Prior to Lockhart, she worked nine years in Lake Travis ISD as Interim Superintendent, Deputy Superintendent, Assistant Superintendent and General Counsel. Her professional career also includes working in Fort Bend ISD as a high school teacher and as a school attorney for Bracewell.
During her tenure in Lockhart, located 30 miles southeast of Austin, she successfully led this fast-growth district with multiple milestones. Bohn worked alongside the Board of Trustees and administrative leadership team to rebuild the district’s culture, expectations, trust and stability. The Lockhart ISD Board of Trustees nominated her for the Texas Association of School Boards Superintendent of the Year in 2018.
Lockhart ISD accomplished a District of Innovation designation, completed the eXcellence in Governance training (first Board/Superintendent team in the state) and created and implemented the first curriculum and instruction framework in the district’s history.

Bohn has three degrees from the University of Texas at Austin, a Bachelor of Arts in the Plan II Honors Program; a Master of Public Affairs from the LBJ School of Public Affairs; a Juris Doctorate from the UT School of Law. She also has a Doctorate of Educational Leadership from Texas Tech University.

Bohn is a native Texan and a graduate of Austin public schools. She is active in leadership positions, serving on the UIL State Executive Committee and the executive boards of the Fast Growth School Coalition and the Texas Association of Suburban/Mid-Urban Schools.



Secretary • Tomball ISD

Dr. Martha Salazar-Zamora has been an educator in Texas for the past 30 years.  Currently she serves as Superintendent of Schools for Tomball Independent School District after working as their Chief Academic Officer for three years.  Previously she served the Round Rock Independent School District as Deputy Superintendent for Curriculum and Administration and Houston Independent School District as the Assistant Superintendent of School Support Services. She also served Spring ISD as an Assistant Superintendent and Kingsville Independent School District as the Superintendent of Schools for three years.

She is a member of the Texas Education Agency Commissioner’s Cabinet and the President of Texas Association of Latino Administrators and Superintendents (TALAS). Dr. Salazar-Zamora was recently invited to serve on the 2019-2020 TASA Higher Education Committee and TASA 2019-2021 Legislative Committee.

Dr. Salazar-Zamora earned a doctorate of education at Texas A&M University, a master of education in educational administration and a master of education in special education at Texas A&M University-Kingsville, and a bachelor of science at Texas A&M University. 


Dr. Kevin Rogers


Treasurer • Lewisville ISD

With more than 31 years of experience in Lewisville Independent School District (LISD), Superintendent Dr. Kevin Rogers has a proven track record of creating an educational environment where all 53,000 students and 6,000 staff members can thrive.

From ensuring each student has a safe and nurturing environment in which they can learn, to advocating at the state and national level for students, staff and the communities LISD serves, Dr. Rogers is the epitome of a servant leader. He has invested countless hours in shaping the future of others, through his role as a teacher, coach, campus administrator, mentor and friend. In addition, Rogers has served as an adjunct professor for the University of North Texas (UNT) and on boards of directors for non-profit organizations serving children.

Dr. Rogers’s dedication to education isn’t only recognized within the boundaries of LISD. In 2010, the University of North Texas named Dr. Rogers UNT Outstanding Ed.D. Doctoral Student in Educational Administration. He was named Texas School Counselor Association’s 2015 Counselor Advocate of the Year; and received the National PTA Life Achievement Award in 2015. Most recently, the Flower Mound Chamber of Commerce named him the 2017 Citizen of the Year. He earned his bachelor’s and doctorate degrees from UNT and his master’s degree from Texas Woman’s University.