Vicky is the Senior Grant Secretary for the Grosvenor Center for Geographic Education. Vicky is a native Texan from San Antonio and has been married to her husband for 32 years. After living in Dripping Springs for 20 years, they currently reside in Wimberley. She dearly loves her Golden Retriever fur babies, loves to travel, enjoys cooking and eating good food and wine tasting. Her happy place is the beach. She is the proud grandmother of two sweet baby girls. She received her degree from UT in teaching. She taught 5th grade for two years and then spent the next 10 years as a stay at home mom being involved as a room mother, going on various field trips for boy scouts, and helping her son earn his Eagle Scout designation. She has worked for non-profits such as the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center and St. Edwards University in the Development Department, and recently at a local bank in Wimberley, as the Executive Assistant to the President. She enjoys working in the Geography department for Dr. Boehm in the Grosvenor Center and looks forward to many years at Texas State University.
Dr. Joann Zadrozny
Dr. Zadrozny is the Senior Research Associate for the Grosvenor Center for Geographic Education. She received her Ph.D. in Geographic Education (2018) and Masters of Applied Geography with a concentration in Geographic Education (2014) from Texas State University and a Bachelor of Science - Elementary Education (K-6) and Bachelor of Arts - Geography (2012) from Southern Connecticut State University.
Dr. Zadrozny is a member of the National Council for Geographic Education, Association of American Geographers, National Council for the Social Studies, Texas Council for the Social Studies, and National Council for the Social Studies. She is currently the managing editor of the academic journal, Research in Geographic Education.
Her research interests include teaching and learning of geography, geography standards and alignment, and educational policy.
Sherri Driscoll is the Operations Manager for the Texas Alliance for Geographic Education, part of the Grosvenor Center. She joined the Alliance in September 2019 after spending 15 years as the Director of Education at the Alamo in San Antonio. She is a U.S. Army veteran and spent six years on active duty including a deployment in support of Operation Desert Storm. After moving to San Antonio with her husband, a retired veteran, she earned her teacher certification and taught at St. Anthony Catholic School before taking the position at the Alamo. The Driscoll’s have three children: a son working in education in Indiana, a daughter in medical school in Houston and a daughter is in her sophomore year at the University of Texas.