May 11, 2017
Dr. Joyce Alexander, left, dean of Texas A&M University’s College of Education and Human Development, presents Holmsley Elementary School counselor Deborah Gant with the 2017 Dean’s Roundtable award during a May 5 ceremony in College Station.
May 11, 2017—Holmsley Elementary School counselor Deborah Gant is one of 29 transformational leaders who was included in Texas A&M University’s College of Education and Human Development 2017 Dean’s Roundtable. Gant was honored during a May 5 ceremony at the Hildebrand Equine Complex in College Station.
Established by Dr. Jane Stallings in 1991, the Dean’s Roundtable has recognized more than 550 individuals who have been role models, mentors and servant leaders in their communities. Over the years, sponsors of the event have raised more than $450,000 in support of scholarships, programs and college initiatives.
The 2017 Dean’s Roundtable honorees include superintendents, principals, classroom teachers, professors, counselors and other professionals who have devoted their careers to helping others.
Gant has served CFISD for 11 years, all at Holmsley Elementary.
“It has been a privilege to serve the students, staff, parents and school communities that I have worked in over the years,” Gant said. “The Texas A&M Dean’s Roundtable recognizes educators who are making a difference in the lives of the students that they serve. It is truly an honor to be recognized for making a positive impact in the lives of the students and school communities that I serve.”