Randy Mott currently serves as the Executive Vice President, Global Information Technology and Chief Information Officer of General Motors where he is responsible for the company’s global IT strategy and all IT assets. Prior to joining GM, Mr. Mott served in similar roles at Hewlett-Packard, Dell, Inc., and Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. Mr. Mott’s vision and leadership approach has garnered him global recognition in leading transformational initiatives focused on optimizing IT as a business. An Arkansas native, Mr. Mott earned a Bachelor of Science in mathematics from the University of Arkansas. Mr. Mott and his wife Shannon have lived in Austin since 2000 and have been actively involved in Hyde Park Baptist Church since then. They have three adult children and two young grandsons. In addition to supporting local ministries, they have actively supported mission work domestically and internationally. Mr. Mott looks forward to serving on the HPS Board to support and continue the School’s mission of providing a Christ-centered education to current and future students.
Alan McNeil has lived in Austin for 42 years, is married to his wife of 31 years, and they have three sons. Mr. McNeil brings over 34 years of multi-disciplinary experience in Banking, Finance Operations, Accounting and Internal Controls through his career in Banking and Corporate Finance. In his current role, he is responsible for the development and execution of strategies, policies, and procedures, and for the management and operation of global teams. Mr. McNeil and his family have been actively involved through the years in the church, various church programs and ministries. He has been a member of Hyde Park Baptist Church since 1983 and has served in various roles of the church. Mr. McNeil was a previous parent volunteer for the Child Development Center and Hyde Park Elementary School. In addition, he has served his local community as a current Board member of the Williamson County ESD#1, past Board President of NAMUD#1 (having served 24 years), past President of Rattan Creek Neighborhood Association and served with local Cub Scout and Boy Scout troops. He earned a Bachelor of Science, Cum Laude, in Management from Park University and is a Certified Treasury Professional (CTP), Certified Accounts Payable Manager, Distinguished (AMPD) and a Project Management Professional (PMP).
Dr. John Turner is a native Texan, but is new to the Austin area. Dr. Turner holds an undergraduate degree in Accounting from the University of Houston; Masters degrees in business, Christian education and theology from Baylor University and Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary (SWBTS); as well as a Doctorate in preaching, also from SWBTS. Dr. Turner holds his license as a Certified Public Accountant and currently serves as the Executive Pastor at Hyde Park Baptist and The Quarries Church. Dr. Turner is married to Beth, and they have three children: Ruthie, Timmy, and Annie. He has a deep desire to see Hyde Park Schools continue on in its past and current successes.
Trey Graves grew up in Bandera, Texas. He graduated from The University of Texas at Austin with a Bachelor of Science in Physics and received his doctorate in Physics from Texas A&M University. Mr. Graves has 25 years of experience as a research scientist and currently works in the semiconductor equipment industry. A member of Hyde Park Baptist Church for the past 20 years, Mr. Graves serves as a Deacon and is active in the Worship Ministry where he sings and plays the guitar. He and his family have lived in Central Austin for over 20 years, and he enjoys hiking, running, cycling, and discovering new places to explore in and around Austin. Mr. Graves is honored to have the opportunity to support the excellent Christ-centered education that Hyde Park Schools provides to the city of Austin.
Mason Mileur is a native Texan, born and raised in East Texas. After graduating from Houston Baptist University with degrees in Biology and Biochemistry / Molecular Biology, he attended medical school and completed his residency in Internal Medicine at University of Texas Health Science Center in Houston. He met his wife Christie while both were residents in the Medical Center, who then brought him to her hometown of Austin shortly after they were married. They have four children (Daniel ‘32, Grayson ‘33, Lucy ‘34 and Joanna ‘36) who all attend Hyde Park and love it. The Mileurs attend church at Austin Christian Fellowship and are honored to serve the Austin community through their medical practices. Mason considers it a privilege to serve Hyde Park families as a board member and help continue the tradition of excellence in Christian education.
Dr. Lori Naglieri is a board-certified family physician who pursued her calling in 2009 by opening her own practice, River Hills Family Medicine, where she emphasizes spending time with her patients and building life-long relationships. She graduated Summa Cum Laude from Texas A&M in 1996 and earned her Doctor of Medicine Degree from U.T. Southwestern Medical School at Dallas in 2000. Although not an Austin-native, Dr. Naglieri has considered Austin her home since 2003. She is married to Mike who is a Lieutenant with the Austin Fire Department and together they have two children, Grace and Michael, who both attend Hyde Park Schools. By serving on the Hyde Park School Board, she is hopeful to ensure that the next generation of leaders continue to receive the exceptional Christ-centered education, both in and out of the classroom, which parents and students have come to expect. She considers it a privilege and a blessing to be called to the medical field, but being “Mom” is by far her greatest joy. In her free time, she is active at Austin Christian Fellowship, and enjoys Texas Aggie football, running, and spending time on the lake.
Casey Roy is a native Houstonian but has called Austin home since 2008. He holds a Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance from the University of Texas, and a Juris Doctorate from the University of Houston Law Center. Mr. Roy is a Trial Attorney with the United States Department of Justice, U.S. Trustee Program. He previously served 12 years as an Assistant Attorney General with the Texas Attorney General’s Office, prior to which he was in private practice in Houston. He and his wife Betsy have two children, Archie (5th Grade) and Eloise (3rd Grade), both of whom attend Hyde Park. The Roys currently serve as Co-Treasurers of the Hyde Park Elementary School PTF. Mr. Roy is also a Member and Past President of the Bryker Woods Neighborhood Association Board of Directors. The Roys attend Riverbend Church and are active in the Church’s adult community group. Mr. Roy considers it a privilege to serve as a member of the HPS Board, and is committed to seeing Hyde Park School thrive as a Christ-centered school of academic excellence.
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Martha Carson was born and raised in San Angelo, Texas. After graduating from Central High, she attended the University of Texas at Austin, graduating with a B.S. in Education. She received her M.ED. in Curriculum & Instruction in 1994 also from the University of Texas at Austin. She also has a Mid-management Administration Certification from Texas State University. After working in Austin Independent School District for six years as a 4th-5th grade elementary teacher, Ms. Carson worked as a professional development specialist for two years. She then served as an Area I Superintendent Intern where she helped lead and supervise 14 schools. The following year, she became a principal at Ortega Elementary for seven years. During her tenure, Ortega Elementary became the first school in AISD, with over 93% student poverty, to gain academic recognition from the Texas Education Agency. Ms. Carson then served as an Assistant Director of Bilingual/ESL education for one year before becoming the Executive Director of Bilingual Education/ESL where she led a program for over 26,000 students. During her work in that office, AISD's bilingual education and ESL students met and exceeded various state metrics for educational achievement. Nine years ago, she began working as the Director of the Hyde Park Baptist Church Child Development Center (CDC). The HPBC CDC has had dozens of children over the last 9 years who have attended Hyde Park Schools after leaving the CDC PK Program. Ms. Carson is married to Ralph Carson. Both are members of Hyde Park Baptist Church and have greatly enjoyed volunteering in teaching young children in the HPBC Children's Ministry. Ms. Carson is enthusiastic and excited about serving on the HPS Board.
Alyca Garrison was born and raised in Austin and attended Hyde Park School from kindergarten through 12th grade (HPS ‘04, Valedictorian). She then attended Baylor University where she earned her Bachelors degree in Accounting and a Masters in Taxation. After working for 5 years as a CPA, Ms. Garrison went back to school and earned her JD from Baylor Law School. She is now an employee benefits and executive compensation attorney practicing in the Austin area. Ms. Garrison is a member of Hyde Park Baptist Church and has served in various roles at the church. She also previously served on the Hyde Park School Board from August 2013 – July 2016. Ms. Garrison recently married her husband, Greg, in early 2020. Ms. Garrison attributes much of her success to the strong Christian education and foundation she received at Hyde Park Schools and is honored to serve on the HPS Board again.
Dr. Villarreal is a true native Texan and Austinite, born only a mile from the Texas Capitol. He earned his Bachelor of Science degree from Trinity University and his Master’s and PhD from Purdue University in Environmental Microbiology. David served as Adjunct Faculty first at Purdue and next back at Trinity for numerous years teaching courses and doing research in microbiology and molecular biology. He currently has served the people of Texas for 24 years as an Environmental Scientist dealing with issues of food safety, emergency management, water quality, endangered species, and microbial ecology. Dr. Villarreal also currently is appointed to over two dozen state environmental councils, committees, and taskforces dealing with these issues. He is also active in ministry serving in leadership roles in the local chapters of Reasons to Believe (Christian apologetics) and the Christian Medical and Dental Associations, as well as the Texas Capitol Fellowship. David has also held leadership roles as a previous member of several churches in Austin, New Braunfels, and San Antonio and is currently a member of Grace Covenant Church. He is married to Deborah who is a Family Physician, and they are very blessed with their daughter Daniella (Hyde Park Class of 2030). The Villarreal family is grateful to be part of the Hyde Park Schools community starting their 4th year now with the school. They are excited to work to continue the school’s growth and prosperity for many decades to come.
Mia Garza McCord is President of Hourglass Strategies, LLC, a government and public affairs consulting firm in Texas.
A South Texas native, McCord began her work in Texas government and politics after graduating from the University of Texas at Austin in 2004. She has nearly two decades of experience in Texas public policy, campaigns, government relations, and most recently, serving as President of a conservative think tank, the Texas Conservative Coalition Research Institute (TCCRI).
Prior to founding Hourglass Strategies, LLC, McCord's service as President of the Texas Conservative Coalition Research Institute (TCCRI) was notable as the organizations first Hispanic and first woman to serve in this capacity.
She's currently a senior advisor for the public policy think-tank.
Mia's political passions have led to a recent effort aimed at meaningful and sustained Republican Hispanic Outreach in the state through the Coalition Por/For Texas where she serves as executive director.
In addition to her professional roles, Mia strongly believes in giving back to the community. She currently serves on the Board of Directors for Red State Women and Clear Skies Texas, and the Advisory Boards for the LBJ Women’s Campaign School and the Texas Federation of College Republicans. She’s a Leadership Network Member of American Enterprise Institute (AEI), a member the Women’s Symphony League of Austin, the ZACH Theatre Marketing Committee, Vice-President for the Hyde Park Parent Teacher Fellowship, and is currently a Fellow with the ADL/Aspen Institute’s Civil Society Fellowship. Most recently, Mia was appointed to serve on the Blue Cross Blue Shield of Texas Community Advisory Board.
McCord lives in Leander, Texas with her husband John, and their two children, John Mark and Estela who both attend Hyde Park Schools. The McCords love being part of the HPS community and look forward to continuing to serve HPS families, staff, and administration.
David King has lived in Austin and the central Texas area for over 50 years, including graduating from the University of Texas in the College of Engineering. Mr. King has been a part of the high-tech industry since 1986, with 28 of those years being employed by IBM as a computer engineer. Additionally, Mr. King has been affiliated with PFS Investments for over 25 years, having both his series 6 & 63 securities license. Mr. King met his wife, Kim, at Hyde Park Baptist Church where he has been a member since he was a young child. They have two adult children. Mr. King’s wife, Kim, and mother have, collectively, worked for Hyde Park Schools for over 20 years. His two siblings are both graduates from HPS, with one sibling having served on the HPS Board previously.
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