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Trustee Profiles

Cameron Bryan - Place 4

Cameron Bryan is the Place 4 Trustee on the Carroll ISD School Board, who was elected to his first three-year term in May 2021 and currently serves as President of the Board. He has made Southlake his home since 2004, and together with his wife, Amanda, has two Dragon alumni and two current Dragon students.

Mr. Bryan is a career public servant and leader in the aviation industry. Having managed large airport infrastructure programs across the nation, his career encompasses over 30 years of capital planning and budget experience. Mr. Bryan graduated from Auburn University with a degree in civil engineering.

Over the last decade, Mr. Bryan has mentored, coached, and taught hundreds of Southlake’s children in various youth programs. While having served a seven-year tenure on the board of directors for Dragon Youth Football, he also was an Odyssey of the Mind volunteer coach. Mr. Bryan is currently the president of the North Texas Football League. 

May 1, 2021: Elected - 3-year term, expires May 2024

Hannah Smith - Place 5
Vice President

Hannah Smith is the Place 5 Trustee on the Carroll ISD School Board and currently serves as Vice President of the Board. Mrs. Smith lives in Southlake with her husband, John, and their four children.

Mrs. Smith has spent two decades involved in high-profile litigation at top law firms and at the U.S. Supreme Court. She worked directly for Justices Clarence Thomas and Sam Alito and later advocated successfully for religious freedom, contributing to over 25 briefs and four landmark victories at the U.S. Supreme Court.

Mrs. Smith focused on education policy and the Teacher Preparation Program to earn her degree from Princeton University and its School of Public and International Affairs. She earned her law degree from BYU, graduating with honors and as a member of the Order of the Coif. She served as Executive Editor of the Law Review.

In Southlake, Mrs. Smith has served our school, church, city, and Metroplex communities. She has volunteered for two Carroll ISD School Board Committees (Budget & Finance and Student Health), the new CISD superintendent focus group, as a CISD substitute teacher and PTO volunteer, and as a leader of her church youth group and Cub Scout Pack at White’s Chapel. She served on the Southlake Zoning Board of Adjustment and is a member of the Southlake Executive Forum and Southlake Executive Women. She also served as Parents Guild Vice President for Membership of the Greater Dallas Youth Orchestra.

In recognition of her leadership, Mrs. Smith received BYU’s Alumni Achievement Award, the JRCLS’s Women-in-Law Leadership Award, and the Center for Constitutional Studies’ James Madison Award.

May 1, 2021: Elected - 3-year term, expires May 2024

Andrew Yeager - Place 7

Andrew Yeager is the Place 7 Trustee on the Carroll ISD School Board, who was elected to a three-year term in May 2022 and currently serves as Secretary of the Board. Mr. Yeager and his wife Patty have been married for 24 years and are the proud parents of two Dragon graduates and one current Dragon. He has resided in Southlake for eight years and is an active and respected leader and community volunteer.

Mr. Yeager is a successful media sales director and adjunct professor with a long history of community involvement and leadership. Born in Ann Arbor, Michigan, Mr. Yeager was raised by a community college professor who instilled in him the value of hard work and education at a very young age. That early emphasis on education and growth would ultimately go on to drive his dedication and passion for pursuing knowledge, growth, and excellence in every endeavor he undertook. Mr. Yeager earned his B.A. in Communications from the University of Michigan and M.A. in Integrated Marketing with honors from Marist College in New York. 

After earning his undergraduate degree, Mr. Yeager forged a successful career in media sales. With 30 years of experience in management and team leadership working for some of the world’s largest media companies, he has proven himself as a consistent and proven leader in both the office and the community.

Mr. Yeager volunteers with the Carroll High School Marching Band Boosters and is a member of Southlake Sister Cities. He is a member of the Grapevine Sailing Club, having participated in both its Main Street Days fundraiser and as a fleet secretary. Mr. Yeager has also volunteered for the Junior Achievement business education program, National Clear the Shelters Pet Adoption Day, and is a mentor to his media sales students. He coached his daughters' soccer team for eight years and led the YMCA's Adventure Guides/Indian Princess program.

November 15, 2021: Elected - 6 mos., expires May 2022
May 7, 2022: Elected - 3-year term, expires May 2025

Michelle Moore - Place 1

Michelle Fernandez Moore is the Place 1 Trustee of the Carroll ISD Board of Trustees and formerly served as President of the Board. After being appointed in July 2015, she was elected in 2016 to complete the third year of her term and was re-elected for a three-year term in May 2017, as well as re-elected for a three-year term in May 2020. Mrs. Moore recently completed Leadership TASB, a rigorous, year-long educational leadership study program for Trustees across the state, and earned the designation of Master Trustee.

Mrs. Moore’s passion for education extends beyond her school board activities. She is the National Director, Foundation & Corporate Relations for the United Negro College Fund (UNCF), where she has been instrumental in securing more than $300 million to support the college and career aspirations of minority students. 

Mrs. Moore is also a very active volunteer in Carroll ISD and Southlake. She serves on the Carroll Education Foundation Advisory Committee and is an active Board member of the Southlake Association of Gifted and Talented (SAGT), a local parent association that promotes and encourages advanced academics.

She was also a member of the district's Strategic Planning Committee and is active in the PTO, National Charity League, Carroll Medical Academy Boosters and Odyssey of the Mind as a volunteer coach. She was recognized as the Campus Volunteer of the Year at Carroll Elementary (2016) and Eubanks Intermediate (2015). In 2017, she was named Volunteer of the Year by the Southlake Chamber of Commerce.

Mrs. Moore attended Tulane University where she received a B.A. in political science and is a graduate of the CISD CLASS program and Leadership Southlake. She lives in Stone Lakes with her husband, Brandon, and their children, Katie and Harrison.

July 14, 2015: Appointed-10 mo. appointment, expired May 2016
May 7, 2016: Unopposed (election canceled 3/28/2016)-1-year term, expired May 2017
May 6, 2017: Unopposed (election canceled 3/6/2017)-3-year term, expires May 2020
May 2020: Unopposed 3-year term, expires May 2023

Eric Lannen - Place 2

Eric Lannen was appointed Place 2 Trustee in May 2020 and formerly served as President of the Board. He has lived in Southlake with his wife, Jill, and one of their three children since 2014. The Lannens have two older children who graduated from Carroll in 2016 and 2020.

Mr. Lannen has spent 30+ years working in human resources and overseeing other business support functions including communications, real estate, facilities management and security. He is currently the Chief Human Resources Officer for Archaea Energy, a renewable energy company with locations in more than 20 states. Prior to joining Archaea Energy in November 2021, Mr. Lannen’s professional experience included executive leadership roles at Basic Energy Services, Dyncorp International, McDermott International, IBM, Kellogg Brown & Root (KBR) and Halliburton Company. Mr. Lannen graduated from Texas A&M University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Sociology and a minor in Real Estate. He holds two professional certifications: a Senior Certified Professional by the Society of Human Resource Managers, and a Senior Professional in Human Resources by the HR Certification Institute.

Mr. Lannen is an active member of the CISD community. He is and has been a volunteer and supporter of Young Life Ministries for over 30 years and helped start Southlake Young Life in 2016. He has served on the Crime Control & Prevention Board (CCPD) for the City of Southlake, which is responsible for the CISD School Resource Officers (SRO) Program. He has served as the president of his local neighborhood Home Owners Association for the past five years. Mr. Lannen was on the Carroll Education Foundation Board until joining the school board and he continues to serve on the CEF Advisory Committee. He has more than five years’ experience serving on various CISD school board committees including: four years on the District Advisory Committee, four years serving on the School Health Advisory Council, and two years on the Budget & Finance Committee. Mr. Lannen is a graduate of the CISD CLASS program and a graduate of the City of Southlake’s Citizens Academy. He is very involved in his local church, 121 Community Church, where he is a part of the outreach team.

May 2020: Unopposed - 3-year term, expires May 2023

Sheri Mills - Place 3

Sheri Mills was sworn into her second three-year term on the Carroll ISD Board of Trustees in May 2017, and re-elected for a three-year term in May 2020. She and her husband, Mike have been residents of CISD since 1998 and are the proud parents of three Dragons. 

Mrs. Mills is the Vice President of Program Development for Neuroscience Education Institute, where she is responsible for writing and winning educational grants to provide Continuing Medical Education to Psychiatrists and Neurologists. In this role, she uses Adult Learning Principles to provide education to improve the lives of patients with mental illness. Mills has worked in Continuing Medical Education for mental health since 1994.

Mrs. Mills is also an active volunteer in our community, being awarded Volunteer of the Year for the City of Southlake in 2013. Mills served on the Board of Directors for the Carroll Education Foundation, was a 2012 Graduate of the CLASS, a member of SAGT, a volunteer for various PTO's, a long-time volunteer for GRACE. 

As a trustee, she served on the district's School Health Advisory Committee, the District Advisory Committee, and the Safety Task Force in ashared effort with the City of Southlake. 

May 10, 2014: Unopposed (election canceled 3/24/2014) 3-year term, expired May 2017
May 6, 2017: Unopposed (election canceled 3/6/2017) 3-year term, expires May 2020
May 2020: Unopposed 3-year term, expires May 2023

Alex Sexton - Place 6

Alex Sexton is the Place 6 Trustee on the Carroll ISD School Board, who was elected to his first three-year term in May 2022. Mr. Sexton is an Air Force veteran and business developer with more than 20 years of experience in project management and logistics. As parents of three Dragons, Mr. Sexton and his wife Jennifer (a former full-time elementary teacher for five years in Title I schools) are deeply invested in the future of CISD and helping our local schools achieve success. 

Throughout his life, Mr. Sexton has maintained a strong commitment to service before self. He received a Bachelors Degree in Business Administration from The Citadel, Military College of South Carolina, before going on to receive his M.B.A. from Wright State University. Mr. Sexton has attended graduate level marketing courses at Clemson to further strengthen his education.

With a professional background in contracts, finance, and marketing, Mr. Sexton seeks to put his executive experience and team-building skills to work as a member of the CISD school board – helping to responsibly manage the district’s resources and maximize returns for all Dragons. He is a member of the CISD Strategic Planning Committee and has a long-standing commitment to the community that also includes serving on the City of Southlake Zoning Board of Adjustments. Mr. Sexton previously served as a Cub Scout Leader, a youth soccer and football coach, and has volunteered his time in various capacities in classrooms in multiple states.

May 7, 2022: Elected - 3-year term, expires May 2025