"Born, Raised, Lives and will die in SE Georgetown". Her mother and grandparents are all Georgetown Residents. She graduated from Georgetown High School, married Zeferino Mendoza from San Luis Potosi Mexico, and has three Sons - Zeferino, Pedro and Cordero Mendoza.
Her passions include Higher Education and Giving a Hand Up to those who cross her path with whatever their needs are. Kathy has worked as a:
Board Vice President
Rebecca Mireles is has been employed at the Boys and Girls Club for a total of 7 years and is their Teen Director. She is also employed as a Bail agent for Williamson County with Off the Hook Bail Bonds for a total of 11 years. In the past, she’s worked for the Williamson Burnet County Head Start in Georgetown and Round Rock for 7 years and was Parent President for 2 years.
For 6 years, Rebecca has also been on the Project Graduation, a program offered by many high schools. She attended Austin Community College and Central Texas College in Killeen.
Rebecca has three wonderful children: Dominic, Aelissa and Sadye.
Glenda Harbert retired as a pastor in the Presbyterian Church, USA. She has lived in Georgetown for 4 years. She has been enjoying her two youngest of ten grandkids and great-grandmother to five. She enjoys the extra time to be active in the community and social justice issues.
My name is Lisa Nava. I was born and raised in Georgetown, Texas. I graduated from Georgetown High School. I received my Associates Degree in Speech from Austin Community College. I am currently working on my Bachelor’s Degree in Communications with a minor in Public Relations at Concordia University-Texas.
I am the principal’s secretary for Richarte High School in Georgetown, Texas. My husband Ben and I have four children and three grandchildren. I am the community advisor for the Native American Student Organization at Southwestern University in Georgetown, Texas. My family and I participate in Native American powwows and we do performances and speaking engagements regarding the Native American culture.
Ben moved to Georgetown in 2013 with his wife and two daughters, now enrolled in Carver Elementary. He and his wife joined the PTA, where he became treasurer and then president. He is a Carver Watchdog Dad greeting kids as they come to school. Ben was part of the Citizens Advisory Committee which studied the district’s needs and recommended the $160 million school bond that has built two new schools and upgraded and expanded many more.
Ben also has a technical background, being Principal Engineer for Dell and currently a Technical Consultant for Dimension Data North America.