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Nancy L. Jones
Irving ISD Board of Trustees
Term Ends 2011
Nancy L. Jones was elected to the Irving ISD Board of Trustees in May 2008. Her background with IISD includes participation on campus improvement committees, parent-teacher associations, and district committees.
She served on the campus improvement committees for Barton Elementary School and Crockett Middle School, and for 17 years she has served on the Parent-Teacher Associations for Barton, Crocket, de Zavala Middle School and Irving High School where she served as PTA President. Ms. Jones has also served as volunteer coordinator for the IISD Council of PTAs for two years. In 2007, she served as secretary for the Citizens Task Force for Bond Assessment and was a member of the Excellence Now Committee for two years. As a member of the Board of Trustees, she serves on the facilities & land committee and the curriculum, instruction, & student committee.
Ms. Jones currently works as an educational consultant and is the proud mother of two sons, Cameron and Austin, who graduated from Irving schools. She is originally from San Bernardino, California, and earned a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration and marketing from California State University at Long Beach.
In 1982, Ms. Jones moved to Irving and earned her Master of Arts degree from Amberton University in Garland. She is a long-time member of Evergreen Baptist Church in Irving and enjoys reading, watching sports and continuing her work with young people.