Frenship ISD introduced that Lela Vela, FISD director of finance, has been chosen as a 2022 Rise Award recipient by the Texas Association of College Small business Officials.
Vela is one particular of only seven public education administrators throughout the condition of Texas to acquire the award this calendar year, in accordance to a news release from the district.
Vela and the other recipients of the Increase Award were picked based on their management characteristics, achievements, and their desire to continue on rising their job. The award also acknowledges the recipients as future leaders who are on the rise in the faculty enterprise group and occupation.
Vela has been with the Frenship family members for 10 many years, serving in numerous roles in the Frenship ISD Enterprise Office environment like Accountant, Coordinator of Accounting, and now Director of Finance. Not only is Vela an lively member of TASBO, earning their best certification of Registered Texas Faculty Small business Administrator, but she also participates in numerous neighborhood and Frenship committees and serves as a mentor to young organization industry experts and pupils.
“For the past 10 yrs, Mrs. Vela has been an inspiration and guiding power in the budgeting, accounting, and financial operations for Frenship ISD,” said Frenship ISD Assistant Superintendent Main Economic Officer Farley Reeves. “She has provided masterful leadership to the district neighborhood in establishing sound budgeting strategies, giving economic direction, training, and excellent support to all stakeholders.”
As a Rise Award recipient, Vela was honored in entrance of school enterprise leaders across Texas at the 2022 TASBO Engage Meeting Awards Luncheon. Vela suggests she was humbled to acquire the honor, and she is energized to go on growing as a leader to superior provide Frenship ISD.
“My motivation is to continue on to acquire and improve myself and my coworkers with a collaborative ecosystem, a coronary heart for provider, and a pupil-focused attitude,” mentioned Vela. “The amount of education and learning, guidance, and aid we can present to campus employees and central office team is paramount in buy to enable them to focus on what they need to have to concentrate on, our learners. I hope to foster this frame of mind and use it to improve our leaders who want to serve in schooling.”
This report initially appeared on Lubbock Avalanche-Journal: Frenship ISD director of finance receives condition management award