TSBA Board of Directors
Mark Clark served as the 2019 TSBA President-Elect, 2018 TSBA Vice President and the 2017 TSBA Treasurer. He also served as South Central District Director from 2012-2016. Mark served on the Fayetteville Board of Education from 1994-1998 during his term as a Fayetteville Alderman, and after a four-year term as Fayetteville’s Mayor, he returned to the School Board in 2002 as an elected member. Mark served as Vice-Chairman of the School Board from 2004-2008 and as Chairman from 2008-2015. In 2014, he was named to the All Tennessee School Board. Mark received a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from Tennessee Tech University and a Master of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from Southern Methodist University. Subsequently, he completed 18 months of post-graduate work in engineering and mathematics at Auburn University, during which time he taught undergraduate courses in engineering. In August, 2019, Mark retired from Federal service after 31 years with the Defense Intelligence Agency. He currently serves as Vice President for Intelligence Programs at QuantiTech, Inc. in Huntsville, Alabama. Mark leads congregational singing, teaches classes, and serves as a deacon at the Washington Street Church of Christ. He and his wife, Laura, have four children, Sara, Will, Travis, and Megan who, along with husband Alex, has graced them with four grandchildren.
Coffee County, President-ElectBio
Brett Henley served as the 2019 TSBA Vice President, 2018 TSBA Treasurer and the 2017 TSBA South Central District Director. He served as a 2016 TSBA At-Large Member and has been a member of the Coffee County Board of Education since 2010. He has served as Board Chairman since 2014 and was the Chairman for the Director’s Evaluation Committee from 2012-2013. He has served on the Manchester Chamber of Commerce Education Committee since 2012. Brett is the Manager of Henley Propane Inc., and Henley Mini Storage, in addition to being a Certified Flight Instructor. He and his wife, Chrissy, who is the Deputy Court Clerk in Coffee County, have two children: daughter, Ashley, who received her doctorate in Physical Therapy degree in 2016 and currently works for Intelligent Physical Therapy; and son, Andrew, a student at Tennessee Tech, majoring in Software Engineering.
Oak Ridge, Vice PresidentBio
Keys Fillauer served as the 2019 TSBA Treasurer. He has served on the Oak Ridge Board of Education since 2001. He has served as Board Chairman since 2009 and was Parliamentarian from 2007-2009. He is a former TSBA Board of Director, having served as the East District Director from 2014-2016 and as TSBA At-Large Member in 2010. He was selected for the All Tennessee School Board in 2012. Keys serves as the current Foreman for the Anderson County Grand Jury and served on the Oak Ridge Boys and Girls Club Board from 2000-2007 and as Vice President for four of those years. He currently serves as President of the Knoxville Ronald McDonald House. He is a member of the Oak Ridge Sports Hall of Fame and Anderson County Hall of Fame. Keys has his B.S. degree from the University of Tennessee in Chattanooga and is currently President of Fillauer Family Partnership. He is a retired teacher and coach of 31 years. He and his wife, Melanie have one son, Parks, who is completing his Phd. In Clinical Psychology at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville.
Candy Morgan currently serves as the TSBA East District Director. She first served on the TSBA Board of Directors as 2018 At-Large Member before being appointed to fulfill an unexpired term as East District Director. Candy has served on the Maryville Board of Education since 2012 and served as Vice Chairman in 2016-2018. She served as Board Secretary in 2014-2016 and as TN Legislative Network Representative since 2012. She served on the TN Legislative Action Committee; TSBA Journal Editorial Advisory Board, SCOPE Group Leader, and as a TSBA Ambassador of Education. She has served as the Maryville City Schools Foundation Chair in 2012; Vice Chair in 2011 and Ex-Officio Member 2013-2017. She is the Past President of four Parent/Teacher Organizations at local schools, has achieved level IV in the TSBA Boardsmanship Program and has served as a TSBA Convention presenter. She is active in her community having served on the Junior Service League in 2004-2010 and Leadership Blount Class of 2013. She is a graduate of East Tennessee Regional Leadership Association Class of 2019. She is a founding member and current board of director for Blount County Youth Court since 2013. She has served on the Educators Roundtable for Blount Partnership Workforce Board since 2017. She also is the Chair of the Leadership Blount Alumni Committee. Candy has a Bachelor of Science degree from Troy University. She enjoys photography as a hobby. Candy and her husband, Pat, have three children, Hannah, Emily and Will.
Johnson City, Immediate Past-PresidentBio
Kathy Hall served as the 2019 TSBA President, 2018 TSBA President-Elect and the 2017 TSBA Vice-President. She is in her fourth term on the Johnson City Board of Education and was first elected in 2005. She served as board chairman from 2008 – 2015. She is actively engaged on her board and as a volunteer in Johnson City Schools. Kathy achieved Level V/Master School Board Member status in the TSBA Boardsmanship program. Her participation in TSBA has also included: Northeast District Director, Board of Directors as At-Large Member, the Tennessee Legislative Network Board, the Tennessee Legislative Action Committee, and a presenter and moderator at TSBA annual convention. Kathy was twice honored as Outstanding School Board Member of the year by the Tennessee PTA and received the TN School Board Member of the Year/C. Hal Henard Distinguished Service Award in 2017. Kathy is a former advertising executive with a Bachelor of Individualized Study Degree from the University of Minnesota. Along with a devotion to school board governance, she is an active community leader and volunteer with involvement on several committees and boards,including; The Johnson City Public Library board, Junior Achievement, Chamber Workforce and Education Committee, Friends of the Library, PTA’s and many church committees. Her favorite activity is spreading her love of books to children through story-times at elementary schools. She and her husband, Duke, have one son, Hunter, who is currently a Senior in college.