Angie Hanan is dedicated to public education and community involvement. She is goal-focused and is committed to accomplishing purposeful, engaging, positive forward progress for all students.
Angie has been married to her very supportive husband, Tom, for 31 years. They have lived in the Fort Bend Independent School District for 29 years, first in Pecan Grove and now in Sugar Lakes. Angie grew up in Moore, Oklahoma and graduated from Moore High School (Go Lions!). She received her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Oklahoma State University (Go Pokes!) and received her Master of Education in Curriculum & Instruction from the University of Houston (Go Coogs!).
Angie and Tom have a 17-year-old daughter who is currently a junior at her zoned school, Dulles High School.
In Angie's free time, she enjoys reading, gardening, traveling, walking, biking, Saturday family TV night (the Great British Baking Show is a favorite), and engaging in long dinner conversations with her family.
Children, literacy, and language instruction have been at the center of Angie Hanan’s universe for almost 30 years. Upon arriving in Houston in 1991, Angie began her career in education as a substitute teacher in Alief ISD. After working as a certified teacher in Alief and Lamar Consolidated ISD, she joined Highlands Elementary in Fort Bend ISD as a regular education/ESL teacher and Reading Recovery teacher. She transferred to Blueridge Elementary to provide support to students and teachers as a Literacy Coach. Angie concluded her tenure in Fort Bend ISD after serving as the district’s English as a Second Language Coordinator. In this role, she collaborated with district and campus leaders, teachers, counselors, and paraprofessionals to develop and implement high-quality student programming and support for the families of diverse learners.
After spending fifteen years in public education, Angie began her own educational consulting business, Hanan Educational Resources. Her consultation provided support to local school districts in various capacities including teacher professional development, campus-based instructional coaching, grant writing, grant facilitation, curriculum audit and technology deployment project management, program evaluation, and curriculum writing. As an educational consultant, Angie has supported several instructional programs in Fort Bend ISD, including Bilingual and ESL, Special Education, pre-kindergarten, Career and Technical Education, and Curriculum and Instruction. She has currently stepped away from her business to focus on her role as a school board trustee.
Angie’s State Board for Educator Certification Credentials
* EC - Early Childhood
**PK - Prekindergarten
Angie is also a certified appraiser for the T-TESS (Texas Teacher Evaluation and Support System).
Many people don't realize school board members are volunteers. In addition to her role as Position 1 Trustee, Angie is involved in the All-In-Mentoring program at Hunter's Glen where she meets weekly with her mentee. She also volunteers time to support high school students who participate in the Leadership 101 program. Recently, she was excited to be the announcer of the Lakeview Spelling Bee. Outside FBISD, Angie currently volunteers as a Scout BSA merit badge counselor and volunteers when needed to support the troop. Before being elected to the school board, her volunteerism spanned many areas. Angie was on the Colony Bend Elementary PTO executive board from 2014-2017. She was an active library volunteer at Colony Bend and Quail Valley Middle School and was recognized as School Volunteer of the Month in April 2014, September 2017, September 2018, and August 2019. Angie served on the Quail Valley Middle School Campus-Based Leadership team from 2017-2019. At the district level, she was a member of the FBISD GT Task Force from 2017-2021.
As an extension of school volunteerism, Angie was a Destination Imagination team manager for seven years for FBISD students and was elected to serve as a member of the Gulf Coast Destination Imagination Advisory Board in 2020. She continues in that role today. Championing for Destination Imagination has been important to Angie, as she believes the critical and creative thinking and teamwork involved in this program exemplify the type of learning that brings children joy and stretches their minds.
In the broader Fort Bend community, Angie has been an active board member of the non-profit organization PACE, The Fort Bend Association of Parents for Academic Excellence, since 2014. This organization has a focus on gifted education but works hard to provide all parents with information on ways to support and advocate for their children. When her daughter was a year-round swimmer with First Colony Swim Team she served as a team parent for short-course and long-course seasons. Angie has volunteered many times during Girl Scout Cookie Distribution Day and at Girl Scout Cookie Booths for her daughter's troop. Additionally, she taught adult ESL at the Fort Bend Literacy Council (2009) and was a member of the Sugar Lakes Homeowner Association board of directors (2013-2017). Angie has been a Volunteer Deputy Voter Registrar in Fort Bend County and Harris County since 2018 and volunteers regularly with the League of Women Voters to help educate the Fort Bend community on registering to vote. She was selected to be a member of the Fort Bend 2020 Census Complete Count Committee.
Angie Hanan is dedicated to public education and community involvement. She is goal-focused and, if re-elected as a member of the Fort Bend ISD Board of trustees, will be committed to accomplishing purposeful, engaging, positive forward progress for all students.
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