Dickson Educational Services values community involvement and desires to be an organization that not just gives back to the community but is involved in the community. As part of that initiative, all company decisions are first brought before the Advisory Board to ensure accountability of the organization’s mission and resources. Qualifications of the Advisory Board includes a passion for students, family, and stewardship of funds received from serving state organizations.
Lindy Dickson originally started her education career as an ESL teacher in Seoul, Korea and continued at a Fort Worth private school. Mrs. Dickson is fluent in both English and Spanish and passionate about empowering parents to be involved in their student’s education. She now serves her family as a home school parent and part-time tutor and mentor.
Connie D. McCulloch
Connie McCulloch’s background includes over 30 years of state service including management and human resource roles at Texas A&M University, Texas Tech University, and a private government office in Fort Worth. Mrs. McCulloch’s involvement includes serving as board chair at Lubbock’s Communities in Schools, accomplished presenter in the value of education to numerous students and classrooms in West Texas, and several other state and government round tables.
Debbie Nix is an accomplished Office Manager as Assistant to the Chief of Police in Irving and later as Assistant to Mayor in North Richland Hills. Mrs. Nix is now retired after serving the City of North Richland Hills for over 15 years. Mrs. Nix’s responsibilities included partnering with the local community and serving as a lead in Human Resource initiatives. Her public service and knowledge of civic government and politics is a tremendous value to the services offered by Dickson Educational Services.