Ken Hutchens Nominated to the TASA Board of the Texas Leadership Center
Houston, Texas – VLK Chief Creative Officer, Ken Hutchens, has been nominated to serve on the Texas Leadership Center Board of Directors for the Texas Association of School Administrators (TASA). The Texas Leadership Center board of directors has the responsibility of reviewing and making recommendations to TASA’s Executive Committee about the initiatives and programs of the Texas Leadership Center.
"It’s quite an honor for me as an architect to have been nominated for this board position,” said Hutchens. “I look forward to continuing to support public education throughout the state of Texas while working with the gifted leaders and board members of the Texas Leadership Center."
The Texas Leadership Center was organized to collect and disseminate information within the state concerning exemplary leadership practices, leadership research findings, and administrator performance appraisal strategies. The Texas Leadership Center provides leadership training through a training-of-trainers approach, provides professional development training programs to school administrators, fosters inter-organizational collaboration, and conducts any other activities or business related to public education.
As CCO at VLK Architects, Kenneth Hutchens is responsible for driving VLK's design philosophy. For more than 30 years, he has successfully completed a wide variety of project types and municipal facility projects. Ken firmly believes in a strong collaborative process and his work exhibits the ability to successfully translate client goals into innovative and thoughtful environments.
“I was thrilled to hear of Ken’s nomination to the Texas Leadership Center Board of Directors,” said Dalane Bouillion, Principal, and Educational Planner, VLK Architects. “TASA is renowned for its prominence in educational leadership in Texas. Ken’s personal belief in our Texas public schools, coupled with his many talents, make him more than an asset to the Board. I know, firsthand, how TASA makes the difference in so many educational settings in our state. I am thankful VLK Architects supports his newest role.”