Outreach Program Honors Texas Fellows Recognizing VI Professionals in their Role as Recruiters

The Texas Fellows program acknowledges the individual recruiters (Texas Fellow) and welcomes the new VI professional (Candidate) to the field.  You are eligible to be a Texas Fellow if you were a significant person in the candidate’s recruitment. Candidates must have started their training program, seeking their first certificate (TVI or O&M), after May 15, 2014.

Texas Fellows and Candidates receive additional recognition and incentives. For more information, and an application go to the following link: Professional Preparation or How Do I Become a VI Professional?.
For more information about becoming a Texas Fellow or working as a VI professional contact Mary Shore at [email protected]

Texas Fellow

  • Shelly Gonzales
  • Lonnie Fortner
  • Tashia Ellington
  • Deborah Thompson
  • Janiel Hayes
  • Charlotte Simpson
  • Marcia Hopkins
  • Kandice Burke


  • Katie Nash
  • Judy Martinez
  • Heather Gill
  • Kelly Bevis Woodiel
  • Irma Garza
  • Cindy Holifield
  • Jennifer Brown
  • Cassidy Sherwood
  • Alecia Jarrett
  • Jennifer Gillispie
  • Michelle Peacock
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