TIBI’S BOARD OF DIRECTORS
The Texas International Bible Institute is blessed with a wonderful group of leaders on our board. Current board members include Randy King, Greg and Jamie Lemon, Alan Mashburn, Flo Mata, Dick Nill, and Gustavo and Micaela Villanueva.
These people represent various congregations in Texas, largely from Houston and Abilene. Some are elders, deacons, or ministry leaders. They come from all walks of life, providing the TIBI with the expertise we need to begin and maintain a quality organization. Please pray that God will direct them as they help set the goals, policies, and direction of the school.
Randy King is from the Southeast church of Christ in the Clear Lake area. He is a lawyer who brings his expertise in the legal issues related to beginning and maintaining the school–contracts, leases, and other things. He also is involved in fund raising, and is currently serving as president of the board.
Alan Mashburn is an accountant who from the beginning has counseled us on financial and legal matters related, including helping us obtain our 501(c)3 status as a nonprofit. He also has served as treasurer during the first several years.
Flo Mata is a man with wonderful experience in business and technology. He has worked in the Woodland Oaks congregation, as well as his current congregation in Colorado Springs, and participated in other ministries such as the Impact Youth Development Center in Houston, Texas.
Gustavo and Micaela Villanueva are members of the University church of Christ in Abilene, TX, where they help lead the bilingual ministry. Both are fully involved in mission projects of all kinds, and Gustavo is also an elder of the church. He brings his academic experience as an experienced school principal and administrator in the Abilene ISD, which will help TIBI with its academic goals and programs. Micaela has a tremendous passion for evangelism and the love of God for everyone.
Lewis Norman serves as the head of the missions’ committee at the Chisholm Trail Church of Christ, in Duncan, Oklahoma, where he has been a member for many years. Lewis holds a Ph.D. in organic chemistry and has done postdoctoral fellowship work at Rice University. He worked at Halliburton for almost 40 years and since retiring, does consulting work. He is passionate about missions and loves the Lord from a humble heart.