Houston Community College
Sandie Mullins has led a life engrossed in the success of the community in which she lives. As Houston Community College Board Trustee for District VI, she offers a background that uniquely complements the Board in its current form. Sandie has a deep understanding of the relationship between a community and its leaders, and the needs of those who work to live and thrive in West Houston.
Sandie adds a distinctive skill set to the HCC Board. Her strong business background and experience as a community health educator creatively engages the HCC Board dynamic.
Sandie received her MBA from St. Mary's University and was elected President of the Graduate Business Student Association. Sandie is the only member of the Board with an MBA, bringing a supplemental value to the esteemed group currently assembled.
Sandie joins several other HCC alumni on the HCC Board. This institutional knowledge plays an essential role in developing a platform and creating success for HCC.
Community service has played a central role in Sandie's career, beginning with her undergraduate degree in Community Health Education from Texas A&M University. She served the largest healthcare provider in San Antonio - Baptist Memorial Hospital System - as Community Health Education Coordinator, where her duties encompassed marketing for physicians, marketing the health careers programs and being a part of the expansion of the hospital system, which had reached six hospitals upon her departure. She was a Lecturer on the nationally broadcast audio conference "Community Health Education Issues in the '90s."
Sandie has also been a civic leader. She served as Coordinator for Super Neighborhood 17. Her tenure with the Houston West Chamber of Commerce includes serving as Co-Chair of the Business and Education Committee and the West Houston Public Safety Committee. She has been and is a member of the Chamber's Governmental Affairs, Economic and Teacher of the Year Committees. The Chamber recognized her work, naming her the Committee Volunteer of the Year.
Within the education community, Sandie has been a member of several PTO Boards and Shared Decision Making Committees. She recently sat on the West Region P-16 Education Council, which reviews and recommends curriculum alignment.
March of Dimes Walk America, American Heart Association, American Red Cross, Humana and Texas Children's Hospitals, Collaborative for Children, West Houston Leadership Institute and Grace Presbyterian Church are several of the non-profit endeavors to which Sandie has dedicated her time.
For all of Sandie's extensive commitment to her community, it is her family that is at her core. Sandie is the proud mother of Kyle, 15, and Grant, 7. Sandie lives just a mile from where she grew up in West Houston, and they attend Grace Presbyterian Church.
Message from the Vice President: The Agenda
Remember the last time you went to a meeting and nothing was accomplished? Worse yet, an individual or group attempted to take over and run the meeting?
Holding a meeting without an agenda is an invitation to disputes, disengagement and a general waste of time for all parties. Of all the undertakings that corporations and groups utilize on a frequent basis is the “meeting” and most meetings fail to produce their desired outcome.