The professional, nonprofit and charitable 501(c)(3) organization, “Transforming Education and Changing History” (TEACH), was created by a group of local educators and business partners with the mission to transform the institution of education through training, protocols of best practice and resources that change the work of leadership, instruction and advisement. With involvement from elementary, secondary and post-secondary educational institutions, and in partnership with business and industry professionals, the TEACH organization will help transform the culture of education so that all students can identify and nurture their natural talents and graduate equipped with the skills necessary to contribute in a global society.
The TEACH Board Members have been providing support to school districts and campuses across the nation.
Teresa Dossman, TEACH Co-Chair
Teresa is a retired educator and current national trainer on numerous topics that focus on educational success. After working in K-12 classrooms for over 30 years as a teacher, curriculum director and executive director for curriculum and instruction, Teresa continues to serve as a curriculum consultant and strategic planning coach for numerous school districts. She continues to give back to educators by co-founding TEACH and offering expertise on transformation for greater student success. Teresa has a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Secondary Education and a Master’s Degree in Educational Leadership.
Sandy Maurer, Board Secretary
Sandy retired after 22 years in education as a classroom teacher and counselor. She has elementary teaching experience, middle school teaching and counseling experience, and high school experience as the lead counselor of a 5A high school. Following retirement, she worked as a part-time disabilities counselor for a community college. Currently, she leads a group of mentors at the elementary level. Sandy graduated from Wittenberg University with a BA in German, The University of West Florida with an Elementary Education Degree, and Sam Houston State University with an MEd in Counseling.
Regina has served as an educator for 25 years, teaching 23 years as a CTE/Business and Technology Teacher, presently, Regina is teaching CTE/Engineering and Digital Media at middle school. She has been an educational leader throughout her career as a team leader, department chair, and curriculum writer. In addition to teaching, Regina has taught for Texas Region IV Education Service Center’s INSPIRE program and has written curriculum for various Teacher Alternative Certification Programs.
Susan has served as an educator for 31 years, teaching 15 years in elementary school and 16 years in Middle School. She has been an educational leader throughout her career as a team leader, department chair, instructional specialist, trainer of trainers, and curriculum writer. Since retirement, Susan has developed social studies curriculum, worked as a consultant for Achieve 3000, a contract presenter for social studies curriculum through Texas Region IV Education Service Center, and worked for McGraw Hill Education.
Rebecca King, PH D.
Dr. Rebecca King retired from a career in education after 30 years. She has served as a teacher, counselor, and high school administrator. She currently serves as a consultant for Texas Region IV Education Service Center providing classroom support and field supervision for teachers participating in the alternative certification program. Dr. King holds a Bachelor of Science in Curriculum and Instruction, a Master of Education in Counselor Education, and a Doctor of Philosophy in Educational Psychology and Individual Differences.