TMI welcomes four new members to its Board of Governors, appointed last month by the Rt. Rev. David Reed, bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of West Texas.
Roxanne Bond holds a master’s degree in Organizational Development and is Managing Director of Human Resources and Diversity and Inclusion Officer at USAA Real Estate, where she is responsible for leading talent management efforts, executive coaching, designing and maintaining rewards and recognition, and strategic planning of workforce and cultural initiatives. She serves as a board member and is a past board chair of the Children’s Shelter of San Antonio. She and her husband Alan are parents of TMI students Nathan and Sabrina, and she has volunteered at TMI as a co-chair of the TMI Fund and member of the TMI Fund Parent Cabinet, on the Booster Club board and as a member of the Stars Over TMI Committee.
Gerald Hill is a partner in Civic Interest, which provides nonprofit management consulting services. He is the former executive director of the Seton Hays Foundation, which supports the Seton family of Hospitals in Hays County and is former Vice President of University Advancement of Texas State University. He previously has served as a member of the TMI Advancement Committee.
Braden Neiman, M.D., is a board-certified neurologist who is a partner in the Neurology Institute of San Antonio and co-founder and owner of Complete Emergency are and Corinthian Reference Laboratory. He and his wife Traci are parents of TMI students Aidyn and Allison Neiman. The Neimans were co-chairs of the 2019 Stars Over TMI gala, TMI’s premier fundraising event.
Lynne Wilkerson has served as Chief Probation Officer of the Bexar County Juvenile Probation Department in San Antonio Texas since 2014 and previously served as the department’s general counsel. She served on the steering committee of My Brother’s Keeper San Antonio, an initiative that works to increase postsecondary achievement for boys and young men of color and has participated in the Juvenile Justice Leadership Network through Georgetown University’s Center for Juvenile Justice Reform. Wilkerson also is a past president of the board of St. Paul’s Episcopal Montessori School and was a member of the Executive Committee of the San Antonio Symphony Society. She and her husband Basil Scaljon are parents of TMI alumnae Zoe Scaljon and Macleay Scaljon Martinez.
Members of TMI’s Board of Governors assist with financial and educational decisions, serve on committees and act as liaisons between the school and its supporting constituencies.