Sandra Maddox

Sandra Maddox

Sandra Maddox

Retired Educator
Dallas, Texas

Chair, Advancement Committee
Board Member: 2020 to present

Civic and Volunteer Activities:
First Methodist Church, Richardson – Board Chair and Chair of Childcare Committee
University of North Texas – PK through College Education Committee
Grant writer for nonprofits

Sandra (Sandy) Maddox received both her Bachelor of Arts and Master of Science degrees from Baylor University and her Doctor of Philosophy from the University of North Texas. She retired in 2014 after over 35 years in K-12 education.

Maddox was appointed in 2005 as deputy executive director of the Region 10 Education Service Center (ESC), where she had oversight of five major divisions, 435 personnel, and a total budget of over six million dollars annually. Prior to her Region 10 experience, she worked in public education in Waco and other districts. While at Region 10 ESC, Maddox had extensive statewide educational responsibilities including state educational projects such as homeless education and dyslexia including the development of the State Handbook for Dyslexia Education and its accompanying app in 2014.

Maddox is currently a capital investor in residential construction as well as a small business owner of People in Touch, a company specializing in increasing independent opportunities for senior adults to engage in life by going out and reconnecting. She is the mother of five children, two of whom received a degree from McMurry University.