Frank Reilly is a lawyer, a municipal judge, and teaches political science courses for Texas Tech University.
He served as mayor of the City of Granite Shoals from 2005 until 2011, and practices law with the firm of Potts & Reilly, LLP of Horseshoe Bay, with a practice that includes estate and probate matters, constitutional law, nonprofit law, and small business advising.
Frank has 30 years of experience in advising non-profit organizations, and serves or has served on various boards of 501(c)(3) and public entities, including for Opportunities for Williamson and Burnet Counties, Inc., the entity that provides Meals on Wheels and Head Start services for the two counties, board chair for Burnet Senior Housing Opportunities, Inc., which provides senior housing in Marble Falls, presiding officer of the Texas Weather Modification Advisory Committee of the Texas Department of Licensing & Regulation.
Nancy’s passion is education, and she has taught everything from third grade through graduate school.
Most of her career has been in teacher education, not only in colleges and universities in the US, but also in six foreign countries in the Middle East, Africa, and South America.
She has also spent many years working with teachers in over 30 American Indian tribal schools across the nation.
She is experienced in funded projects, having served as director, principal investigator, or project coordinator on ten state and federal grants and has been the evaluator on 16 additional grants and hopes to help HCCT in this area.
Cathy’s love of performing began at 9 years old. She sang “St. Louis Woman,” on stage at her elementary school, with a boa! She majored in English in the School of Education, but completed her degree at St. Edward’s University, in Austin. She taught on the elementary and middle school levels for 10 years before she left the field.
She then began to pursue singing and acting on the community level. Cathy has performed, directed and choreographed many shows, mostly musicals.
While living in Austin Cathy spent many years singing with the Round Rock Community Choir. That is where she met her life
partner, Mark King. She has two daughters and three grandsons.
In 2000, she started AKA Vocal Show Group with several RRCC people aboard. Moving to Lakeway in 2014 made everything fall into place. AKA had performed
at HCCT in the early days of the theatre but living in Austin was a challenge. Once in Lakeway, she discovered HCCT again, is
honored to be invited to be on the board and looks forward to the future of HCCT.