DALLAS, Jan. 15, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Leadership Women Board of Directors has elected Anette Carlisle, education advocate, consultant, and host of the 'Anette on Education' podcast series, as next Board Chair. Anette succeeds Lana Porter, who stepped down at the end of 2019 following four years as Chair. Founder and director of Panhandle Twenty/20, Anette drove significant change around education and poverty in the region and beyond. Now in her fifth year as Amarillo College Regent, she served as an Amarillo ISD Trustee for 19 years before that. A poverty reduction coach, she holds both a BS and an MS in zoology from Texas Tech University. Anette believes the future of our communities relies heavily on strengthening the leadership potential of women.
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