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Board Members

 Dr. Eustace S. Lewis, President

Instructional Systems Specialist - Army Medical Department Center & School

Dr. Eustace S. Lewis is an Instructional Systems Specialist with the Medical Education and Training Campus (METC) on Fort Sam Houston, Texas.  Appointed to the Fort Sam Houston Independent School District Board of Trustees in May 2000, he served four 2-year terms as Vice President.  Dr. Lewis was reappointed  to serve another 2-year term in April 2014 and is currently serving as President of the Board. In September 2003, he was one of only 36 board members in Texas to graduate from the year-long Leadership TASB 2002-2003 program, which earned him the prestigious “Master Trustee” designation.  Dr. Lewis is a member of the following organizations: Bexar County School Boards Coalition, the National Caucus of Black School Board Members, the National Alliance of Black Educators, Alamo Area Alliance of Black School Educators, the National Association of Health Services Executives, and the Texas Alliance of Black School Educators.  He is dedicated to ensuring a quality education is provided for the military child at Fort Sam Houston ISD and committed to shaping the future of public education so that all school children are given the opportunity to achieve.


Deborah E. Seabron, Vice President

Chief - Strategic Initiatives and Integration, 502d Air Base Wing, Joint Base San Antonio

A native San Antonian, Deborah Seabron has a total of 40+ years of federal civil service in various positions and agencies and is currently employed as Chief, Strategic Initiatives and Integration, 502d Air Base Wing, Joint Base San Antonio. Because of her passion for children and education, she joined the Fort Sam Houston ISD Board of Trustees in 2004. She held the positions of Board Secretary from 2006 – 2008 and Board President from 2009 – 2015 and is a proud graduate of Leadership TASB. She also served as Board of Director (Region 20) for the Texas Association of School Boards from 2013 – 2015 and is a 1991 graduate of the San Antonio Greater Chamber of Commerce – Leadership San Antonio. Ms. Seabron helped to create the “Rising Stars Leadership Program” at Fort Sam Houston Elementary School. This mentoring program introduces 5th graders to leadership roles and responsibilities as well as providing them with a strong sense of self-worth. A 1985 graduate of the University of the Incarnate Word (B.A. Business Administration) and 2005 graduate of the National Graduate School (M.A. Quality Systems Management), Deborah is a doctoral candidate at Our Lady of the Lake University, San Antonio, Texas.


Willie E. White, Jr., Secretary

Management Analyst, Budget – Installation Management Command

Mr. Willie E. White is a Management Analyst for the Installation Management Command (IMCOM), Fort Sam Houston, TX. He oversees the corporate civilian training budget Spend Plan and the IMCOM Academy Budget of $11 million which supports 75 Army bases and over 750K civilians globally. Appointed to the Fort Sam Houston Independent School District Board of Trustees in September 2015, he currently serves as the School Board Vice President. Additionally, Mr. White serves on the San Antonio Chapter of President Barack Obama’s “My Brother’s Keeper” initiative, the San Antonio Chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), and the National Caucus of Black School Board Members. Mr. White holds a Bachelor of Science in Management and a Masters of Business Administration (M.B.A.) from The University of Phoenix. He is committed to safeguarding and sustaining high quality education for all military children while serving the soldiers and families of our “Wounded Warriors” to ensure that no service member’s child is left behind.


Jeanne Warren

Director - Youth Services

Jeanne Warren, a board member since May, 2001, is the Fort Sam Houston Youth Services Director. Her commitment and dedication to the children of the Fort Sam Houston military personnel has remained strong and enduring. She has been with the Youth Services Program since 1989 and has served in many advisory groups, including the Volunteer Advisory Council, the Youth Advisory Council, and the Juvenile Review Board. Warren's involvement with Robert G. Cole Campus Educational Improvement Committee has provided her with insight into the dynamics of an educational environment. Warren has completed numerous courses in psychology and sociology from Cameron University in Lawton, Oklahoma and the University of Texas at San Antonio.


LTC Aaron J. Braxton II

Director - Patient Administration Systems and Biostatistics Activity

LTC Aaron J. Braxton II serves as the principle advisor to senior executive leaders and command teams within Army Medicine, US Army Medical Command (MEDCOM) and Department of Defense Health Affairs (DOD-HA). He has served in various leadership and staff positions throughout his 22 years of federal service for the Department of the Army (DA) and the Army Medical Department (AMEDD). LTC Braxton earned his Bachelor of Science Degree from Austin Peay State University in Health Care Administration. He received his Master of Science degrees from the University of Pittsburgh and Alcorn State University as well as an Educational Specialist Degree from Mississippi State University. LTC Braxton is a Doctor of Education candidate at Grand Canyon University in Educational Leadership (K-12 Leadership). He is nationally licensed as a Chemical Dependency, Addiction, and Mental Health Counselor as well as a School Counselor (K-12). LTC Braxton has served as an Adjunct Professor of Health Science at Alcorn State University and Central Texas College. LTC Braxton's theoretical and  experiential training affords him an opportunity to continue his service as a change agent in our  American school system while striving to contribute to the development and  competitive processes in our pluralistic society.