Foundation Welcomes New Board Members
Lone Star College Foundation is proud to announce its newly elected board members. The members were voted in at our most recent board meeting and will serve three-year terms.
Steve Berry handles Corporate Sales Training, Corporate Office Public Affairs, and Social Media for Waste Connections headquartered in The Woodlands. Berry is involved in various community endeavors including The Woodlands Chamber of Commerce and Memorial Hermann The Woodlands Medical Center's Advisory Council. He is also a community college graduate from Miami, Florida.
Scott Brady is a Partner and Project Executive for Joiner Architects in Kingwood. The Humble native is involved in his local Chambers and Rotary Club. Brady is also a proud LSC alumnus and was named the 2016 Haden McKay M.D. Citizen of the Year for Humble, TX.
Richard Cantu is the Deputy Executive Director-Operations for East Aldine District. Cantu serves on Lone Star College's Hispanic Advisory Council and is a board member for the Houston Intercontinental Chamber of Commerce, North Harris County Education Alliance, and the Aldine Education Foundation.
Lee Robison is the Sr. Vice President of Human Resources and Administration at Noble Energy, Inc. located next door to LSC-University Park. She is a member of the D. Bradley McWilliams YMCA board of directors and was named their 2017 Volunteer of the Year.
Nancy Shortsleeve is active in the Humble/Kingwood area including co-chairing the 2017 In the Pink of Health luncheon for Northeast Hospital Foundation and sitting on the boards for Humble Area Assistance Ministries, Lake Houston Area Chamber of Commerce and Kingwood Medical Center. She is owner and President of Logostuff, a promotional product distributor.