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Midland I.S.D. announces new Executive Director of Communications

(Source: Midland ISD) (Source: Midland ISD)
MIDLAND, TX (KWES) -

The Midland Independent School District has announced their new Executive Director of Communications.

Lacy Sperry received unanimous board approval during their board meeting on Monday night.

Sperry graduated from Southern Methodist University with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Corporate Communications and Public Affairs. She graduated from Texas Tech University with a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree in 2016.  She comes to Midland ISD following 12 years with Energy Future Holdings (Parent company of TXU Energy and Luminant) where she began as a Corporate Communications & Media Specialist and is currently a Business Development Manager managing a portfolio of approximately 250 of the largest accounts in West Texas.

“I have a very clear, concise communication style and can effectively deliver a message in a motivating way,” she stated. “I am looking forward to joining MISD in support of one of the most important efforts of our community, which is educating our future leaders.”

“I am excited to add Lacy Sperry to our leadership team, she will bring energy, excitement, and years of professional experience to the district,” commented Orlando Riddick, MISD Superintendent of Schools.

Sperry will begin her role starting on Monday, Sept. 18, 2017.

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