Executive Director to Become First African-American President-Elect of TxDLA
Beginning this July, Charlene Stubblefield, executive director of Prairie View A&M University’s Center for Instructional Innovation and Technology Services (CIITS), will step into her new role as president-elect of the Texas Distance Learning Association (TxDLA), the leading Texas membership association for distance learning professionals. She will be the first African-American elected into this position in the organization’s 23-year history.
“I am excited and grateful for this opportunity to lead this organization as it implements effective distance learning strategies for Texans and beyond,” said Stubblefield.
TxDLA Board Chair Dr. Michelle Singh said, “Ms. Stubblefield has served the association proudly for many years and has assumed progressive leadership positions such as GulfCoast Regional Coordinator and now currently serves as the Regional Group Coordinator on the Board of Directors. She will lead the association dedicated to the progression of digital learning across the state and prides itself on bringing together some of the brightest and most talented individuals in the industry.”