Board of Directors
Anita Remerowski, JD, MD
Anita Remerowski is a Medical Director with Molina Healthcare of Texas. Molina Healthcare is a managed care company which provides health insurance to individuals through government programs such as Medicaid and Medicare.
Dr. Remerowski began her career with a JD in law. Her experience includes the following positions: (1) an attorney with Attorney General’s Office of Anchorage, AK; (2) attorney with South Dakota Legal Se Attorney Specializing in American Indian Law; (3) a Director of Indian Legal Services; (4) a Director with the American Indian Law Project, NARF; etc.
Anita then proceeded to medical school at Northwestern Medical School in Chicago where she completed her medical degree and went through her Internal Medicine Residency. She has been in solo practice, a hospitalist and group practice.
Her vast and varied educational and professional career experience has provided her with a unique perspective and high competence in the non-profit arena.
Elizabeth Williams is an experienced estimator with JE Dunn Construction. She has a demonstrated history of strong operations within the construction industry. She is skilled in subcontracting, process scheduling, construction, value engineering, and pre-construction.
Elizabeth earned a Bachelor of Science (BS) degree focused in Civil Engineering from The University of Texas at Austin.
Leslie is a Certified Public Accountant experienced in serving individuals, partnerships,
and corporations with tax returns and payroll reporting. She excels at communicating with her clients to ensure they understand applicable accounting standards and helps clients maintain appropriate accounting records. Ms. Hamilton has also worked with several non-profit agencies on reporting requirements for state regulators. She has also worked tirelessly with faith-based organizations to build education programs and served for many years by teaching and mentoring. She holds a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Accounting from Texas State University and has been a CPA for more than 30 years.
Ms. Henderson supports the one-on-one teaching approach of Each One Teach One and believes that everyone needs to be able to read in order to fully participate in all the freedoms and rights of our great nation.
Lynda Cabell serves as chief financial officer and senior vice president for the San Antonio Area Foundation. Prior to that, Cabell served 19 years in various accounting roles at USAA, including senior vice president. Her previous experience includes four years in public accounting and four years as an accounting manager at a gas transmission company.
Cabell received a Master of Business Administration degree from St. Mary’s University and a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Accounting from Texas Tech University.
She is married and has two adult children. In her spare time, Cabell likes to read, and paint. She also serves on the board of Masters Leadership Program Alumni Association.
Norma Davila is President and Owner of Education Source. A thirty-five year veteran of educational and vocational consulting, she has implemented and managed successful pre-collegiate programs for private non-profit agencies and educational institutions including the Hispanic Student Success Program (Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities), the Health Careers Opportunity Program (Center for Health Policy Development), “Family Relations in Three Generations of Chicanos” (U.T. Health Science Center at San Antonio), The Frank M. Tejeda College Prep Academy and the Mexican American Unity Council Youth Project. She is an active consultant to The College Board and The American College Testing Service.
Ms. Davila holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Sociology from the University of Texas at San Antonio, and a Master of Public Health Degree from the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston. She is a certified Workforce Development Professional and served as Chair of Professional Development for Texas Workforce Advocates.
As a retired insurance executive and actuary and former STEM teacher, Judy believes literacy and numeracy are essential foundations for a productive, fulfilling and happy life. She enthusiastically supports the efforts of Each One Teach One to improve adult literacy and numeracy in the San Antonio metropolitan area.
Sylvia R. Reyna, Ph.D.
Dr. Sylvia Ramirez Reyna received a Master of Arts degree from the University of Texas at San Antonio and a Doctorate in Educational Leadership from Texas A & M University at College Station. Over a 37-year career in four urban Texas school districts, Dr. Reyna served as a teacher, principal, assistant and associate superintendent, chief of administration, and chief of school leadership in four urban school districts.
In 2014, she retired as Chief of School Leadership from Dallas Independent School District, the second-largest school district in Texas—educating over 159,000 students, supervising 223 schools, and over 450 school- and district-level administrators.
In addition to her public school experience, Dr. Reyna served as an adjunct professor at the University of Texas at San Antonio and Texas A&M San Antonio. She currently serves as an assistant professor of practice at the University of Texas at Austin in the Department of Educational Leadership and Policy to prepare school executives and superintendents through the Cooperative Superintendency Program.
Throughout her career, Dr. Reyna demonstrated a keen ability to build school leaders’ capacity and engage district communities in meaningful partnerships. She worked collaboratively with stakeholders to develop, implement, and monitor district-level strategic plans, effective instructional practices, responsive student-centered programs and services, and family, community, and school engagement programs in four school districts. Through her current role as a consultant in school improvement efforts in Texas public schools, she demonstrates substantial depth and breadth of experience in collaborating with colleagues to develop strong organizational cultures framed with high expectations, focused on targeted and aligned organizational goals and objectives, to garner improved efficacy.
Though she remains busy with her professional duties, her commitment to serving others– rooted in values of social justice, charity, and education, is evident by her service on the Board of Directors of the National PTA, an association serving more than three million members. Her service to the community continues as a member of the Board of Directors of Each One Teach One, an adult literacy non-profit organization, the Pan American League Charitable Organization, the Judge Andy Mireles Charitable Foundation, and the San Antonio Parks Foundation. Her leadership qualities are evident as the currently elected President of the San Antonio Women’s Federation, Vice President of the Kappa Beta Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma Society International, 2nd Vice President of the Pan American League, and the Vice President of the Incarnate Word High School Alumnae Association.
Dan is a native of San Antonio. He received his Bachelor of Arts in architecture from Princeton University, and his Masters of Architecture from the University of Pennsylvania. In San Antonio, he first joined the firm of Bartlett Cocke and Associates, which later became Kell Munoz Wigodsky. Eventually he established his own firm of Wigodsky & Associates Architects. He has designed buildings of almost every type throughout the city. He retired in April, 2020.
Most recently, Dan was a member of Class XVI of the Masters Leadership Program, and is a new docent at the McNay Art Museum. He likes to swim as often as possible.
Powerful, inspirational speaker, fitness expert, spiritual teacher and business owner, Shay Wilson has been presenting and speaking for years. And, she has been overcoming adversity against seemingly impossible odds and inspiring others her whole life. In her talks, Shay provides the “WOW” that audiences crave, while delivering the substance that everyone values.
A former D-1 basketball star, a women’s semi -pro football player, and a former juvenile probation officer, Shay Wilson uses stories from her journey that took her from a rough neighborhood in Austin, Texas to her having her own business as a fitness and motivational coach to CEO’S and other high profile clients that have worked and stayed with her more than 15 years. She uses her wit, enthusiasm, skill, and strength to engage, inspire, motivate, and challenge all who hear her story.
Shay interconnects her life experiences to show how achieving success is at everyone’s fingertips. With honesty and vulnerability, she shares how over coming a major disability, that should have kept her from being able to walk helped her to become a star basketball player, an up and coming probation officer, and a successful business owner. She effectively shows her audiences how they can use certain fundamental building blocks to overcome fear, adversity, change, and trauma. It’s these fundamentals that she has learned and mastered that she will share with audiences to help them Expect the Best and succeed in their specific career or in life. Shay’s inspirational capabilities create a bond between audiences young and old alike, enabling them to visualize the success they’ve always dreamed of but more importantly, energizing and motivating them to make those dreams a reality. Shay’s passion for helping people attain success will ignite anyone within earshot of one of her talks!