Governor Abbott Appoints Seven to Texas Council for Developmental Disabilities
Deborah “Debbie” Carlisle of San Antonio is a personal care attendant for Alegre Home Health Care. She also serves as a clinical assistant at Premier Orthopedic Surgery and Sports Health. Carlisle received a Bachelor of Arts in English from Schreiner University and an Associate in Applied Science in Surgical Technology from Baptist School of Health Professions.
Kyle Cox of College Station is a special projects coordinator for 12th Man Technology. Cox received a Bachelor of Science in Political Science from Texas A&M University and a Master of Public Administration from the Bush School of Government and Public Service.
Angela “Angie” Panzica of Houston is a program facilitator for Baylor College of Medicine. Panzica received a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Master of Social Work from the University of Houston.
Jaime Thomas of Abilene is a regional coordinator for Partners Resource Network. Thomas received a degree in Early Childhood Education from Cisco Junior College.
Scott McAvoy of Cedar Park is the executive vice president for the Marbridge Foundation. McAvoy received a Bachelor of Arts in psychology from the University of Maine and a Master of Business Administration from the University of New Orleans.
Randell Resneder of Lubbock is the executive director of Disability Awareness Programs of Texas. He is a former gubernatorial appointee to the State Independent Living Council. Resneder received a Bachelor of Science in Family Studies/Human Development from the University of North Texas and a Master of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies and Master of Education in Instructional Technology from Texas Tech University.
Amanda Miles of Alvin is a board member for Alvin Meals on Wheels. She also serves as the board vice president of Gulf Coast Self Advocates. Miles is a graduate of Pearland High School.