The Texas Council for Developmental Disabilities (TCDD) is pleased to announce the selection of five Regional Coordinators who will work in locations across Texas to engage communities, support advocates, and expand the reach and impact of the Council. The positions are coordinated through the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service (AgriLife). Learn more about the Regional Coordinators below.
Morgan Bradley, College Station
Before joining TCDD, Bradley was a co-program manager for the Community Partner Program in the College Station AgriLife office. Bradley is a doctoral student at Texas A&M University. Her research involves health education, preventing chronic disease, and eliminating health disparities in underserved communities. Bradley holds a master’s in public health from the Texas A&M School of Public Health, and a bachelor’s from The University of Texas at Austin (UT-Austin).
Rosa Guel, Weslaco
Guel was a program coordinator with AgriLife prior to joining TCDD. She has a bachelor’s in social work from UT-Austin, and a master’s in adult education and instruction from the University of Phoenix. Guel enjoys spending her free time with her family and doing activities such as walking, flower arranging, and arts and crafts.
Skyler Mueller, Amarillo
Mueller joined TCDD after holding a variety of positions at the Amarillo Recovery from Alcohol and Drugs Shelter Program, where she helped people overcome barriers and improve their quality of life. She graduated from West Texas A&M University with a bachelor’s in psychology. When not at work, Mueller enjoys being with her family, gardening, and traveling.
Anthony Ross, Corpus Christi
Ross’ professional and educational background includes experience in wildland firefighting and emergency planning and response. For the past several years, he has been involved in recovery efforts related to Hurricane Harvey. In his free time, Ross enjoys leisure activities such as cooking, photography, woodworking, volunteering, and spending time with his German Shepherd, George.
Richard Williams, Dallas
Williams has worked professionally in the education and social service fields. He joins TCDD after working for the City of Dallas as both a peer counselor with the Women, Infant, and Children Program, and also as a case manager and outreach coordinator in the Homeless Solutions Department. Williams graduated from Kansas Wesleyan University with a bachelor’s in communications. He and his wife have two adult daughters.
All five Regional Coordinators joined TCDD in November 2019.