Meet the Board

Position Name & Email Term Began Term Expires

Eddie Winn


2023 2026

Shawn Denison

2023 2026

Laurie Turner

(Vice President)

2023 2026
4 Paul Cameron 2024 2027
5 Elizabeth Ivey 2024 2027

Matt Fuller


2022 2025

Nate Robb

2022 2025

Position 1:Eddie Winn (Board Secretary)

Eddie Winn

Eddie Winn is a dedicated parent and community member who has served as a school board trustee since May 2023. He has been a resident of Montgomery for over 20 years and has made significant contributions to the community. Eddie is the General manager/sales manager for Eagle Forest Products in the Southern U.S. Eddie's wife, Alice, is an instructional coach in the school district, and together they have three daughters. Their oldest is a 2023 graduate of Lake Creek HS and two others attend schools in the Montgomery ISD.

Eddie was a member of the 2022 Community Bond Task Force and played a key role in the planning of the CTE and Ag-Science centers, which were approved by voters in the May 2022 Bond election. Eddie is committed to ensuring that all students receive a high-quality education and is passionate about improving the school district for the benefit of the community.


 Position 2: Shawn Denison

Shawn Denison

Shawn Denison grew up in Spring, Texas and graduated from Klein Oak High School in 1988, where he participated in FFA, various vocational programs and also earned a rank of Eagle Scout. He worked while attending college until his acceptance into the police academy in 1992. Shawn holds a Master Peace Officer license and has 30 years of law enforcement experience with Harris County. Throughout his career he has held positions in Patrol, Traffic, Animal Cruelty, Environmental Crimes, and was an Incident Management Coordinator for HCTRA (Harris County Toll Road Authority). Shawn recently retired after over 30 years of service to Harris County and followed that short time of rest by taking a position with Montgomery County Constable's Pct 1.

Shawn and his wife Kelly have lived in Montgomery since 2004 and have three sons, two that are MHS graduates and one currently attending Lake Creek High School. Kelly has been an educator in the district since 2005.

Shawn and his family are avid outdoorsmen and enjoy hunting, fishing, competition archery, and backpacking the high country.


Position 3: Laurie Turner (Board Vice-President)

Laurie Turner

Laurie Turner grew up in Tulsa, Oklahoma. She graduated from Harding University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Elementary Education. She continued her education to earn a Master of Education in Reading in 1999. Laurie taught for four years before coming to Montgomery, TX. in 2003. She previously taught in both public and private schools as well as in Guatemala for a year as a missionary teacher. After moving to Texas, Laurie earned her certification in Special Education. She taught Language Arts under Special Education at Montgomery Junior High for three years. After staying at home for some years while her children were young, Laurie came back to teaching in MISD as a Dyslexia Interventionist. She was trained on the Neuhaus program, Basic Language Skills, and taught on many campuses in the district. She is currently tutoring students privately in the Montgomery area.

Laurie has been married to Jeremy Turner since 2003. Jeremy is an alumnus of Montgomery High School and is a 17 year veteran of the Houston Police Department. Together they have two children, Levi and Avery, who attend school in MISD.

Outside of work, Laurie loves being involved at her church. She has been a Sunday school teacher, camp counselor, youth group mentor, and a praise team member. She helped start a group for young mom's called First Steps of Faith and she and her husband have served as Life Group leaders.

Laurie served as board president for the 2023-2024 school year and provides knowledge and experience as an educator to the board. She is a strong advocate for each and every student receiving the education and tools needed to succeed in life and an advocate for MISD teachers receiving the support they deserve.



Position 4: Paul Cameron

Paul Cameron

Paul Cameron was born and raised in Texas and has close ties to Montgomery since his family has lived here for several decades. He graduated from Texas A&M University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Construction Science and a minor in Business Administration. During his time at Texas A&M, he was a member of the Corps of Cadets and The Ross Volunteers.  


Upon graduation, Paul was commissioned into the U.S. Air Force and attended pilot training at Laughlin AFB. Throughout his Air Force career, Paul has served five deployments, flown more than 120 combat missions totaling over 1,200 combat hours and held numerous leadership positions at the Squadron, Group and Wing levels. He also received a Master’s Degree in Homeland Security and is a graduate of Air Command and Staff College. He is currently a Lt Col, serving as an Air Force Academy Liaison Officer in the Air Force Reserves where he mentors our high school juniors and seniors who are applying to the U.S. Air Force Academy. Additionally, he is a 737 Captain for a major airline based out of IAH.


In 2017, Paul and his wife Jennifer of 19 years, separated from active duty and moved back to Texas. They knew Montgomery, TX was the place to grow their roots and raise their two children within MISD schools. They are both very active in the community by volunteering their time with their children’s dance and swim teams, Meals on Wheels, Bentwater Volunteer Families, Grammy’s Cookie Convoy and they are active members of North Shore Church.


In his free time, Paul enjoys traveling with his family, hunting, fishing and spending time on their family ranch.

 Position 5: Lizzy Ivey 

Lizzy Ivey Headshot

Lizzy received a bachelor's degree in special education from Texas A&M University, a MsEd in Literacy Intervention from SUNY Potsdam, a MsEd in Educational Administration from Missouri State University, and a diagnostician certification from Lamar University. Lizzy is currently pursuing a doctorate in Educational Psychology at Texas A&M University where she is a part of a grant through the US Department of Education's Office of Special Education and Programs. Her research and instruction at Texas A&M focuses on preparing future educators in the science of teaching reading.  Lizzy hold’s licenses in multiple states as a school administrator, reading specialist, special education teacher, English-language Learner teacher, and educational diagnostician, and has worked in schools across the globe. Lizzy is a member of the Society for the Scientific Study of Reading, Council on Exceptional Children- Teacher Education Division, International Literacy Association, and the American Council on Rural Special Education. 

Lizzy’s family became a part of the Montgomery community in 1996, when her father purchased land in Dobbin, which is known today as the “Flying I Ranch”. She and her husband, Jon, are proud to be raising their three children, Clara, Connor, and Adrian, in the area, and stay busy with baseball games, golf matches, and swim meets.


Position 6: Matt Fuller (Board President)

Dr. Matt Fuller

Dr. Fuller grew up in Sealy, Texas and was active in sports, band, UIL competitions, and Boy Scouts, where he earned the rank of Eagle Scout. He graduated from Texas A&M University with degrees in Biology and Educational Administration. Matt earned his doctorate in Educational Administration and Foundations from Illinois State University. Matt is a Professor of Educational Leadership at Sam Houston State University where he teaches classes and conducts research on educational law, finance, history, ethics, educational research methods, and safety. He currently serves as the Director of the doctoral program in Higher Education Leadership at Sam Houston State. He is a Fellow with the Institute of Higher Education Law and Governance Roundtable and the National Data Institute at the National Center for Education Statistics in Washington, D.C. Matt is a member of the American Threat Assessment Professionals Association and the Education Law Association. He is the author of numerous articles and books on educational leadership, legal issues, safety, and ethics.

Matt is also the owner and operator of a small family farm in Montgomery where they raise fresh produce, eggs, and honey. He also helps on his family's farm in Weimar, TX with cattle and honey bees. He is an Advanced Master Beekeeper and volunteers with local schools, churches, and organizations teaching the public about the benefits of honey bees. He is a member of the Texas Farm Bureau and the Montgomery County Fair Association.

Matt and his wife, Kerri, have two sons, both of whom are students in Montgomery ISD. Kerri is an educator as well and works for MISD. Matt served as Board President from 2020-2023 and is a servant leader in the district. He is thankful to play a part in shaping the future for our children and our community.



Position 7: Nate Robb


Nate Robb was elected to the Board of Trustees on May 7, 2022 and was sworn in as a new Board member on Tuesday, May 17. He served as Board Vice-President for the 2023-2024 school year.

Nate grew up in the Woodlands and attended McCullough High School. He has lived in Montgomery with his wife, Karli, and their three children since 2007. Two of their children are graduates of Montgomery High School (Class of 2019 and 2020), and one currently attends Montgomery Junior High School.  

Nate pursued his passion and desire for being a business owner immediately following high school and now owns a commercial construction company and a fiber optics company. He and Karli are both committed to and heavily involved in the Montgomery ISD community. Nate has a strong passion for the district’s Ag-Science programs, and has served as the FFA Booster Club President at Montgomery High School for three years. He was also a member of the MISD Community Bond Task Force that presented the 2022 Bond proposal to the Board of Trustees before it was approved by voters in May 2022. Nate stated that it was his involvement in his work on the Bond Task Force that made him believe he could make a positive impact as a member of the Board of Trustees.  

In his free time, Nate and his family enjoy outdoor activities, especially hunting and fishing. 


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