We sought Mr. Garza's counsel due to his dedication to San Antonio schools and education in general. He will be a very valuable asset to our academic coaching program.
San Antonio, TX (PRWEB) December 19, 2011
iCue Network is excited to announce that Ed Garza, President-Elect for the San Antonio Independent School District, is joining the online academic coaching site’s advisory board.
Garza attended Thomas Jefferson High School and graduated in 1986. For two years, he attended the University of Texas at Austin and then transferred to Texas A&M, where he earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Landscape Architecture in 1992. He also earned his Master of Science in Land Development from Texas A&M in 1994.
Garza served as San Antonio mayor from 2001-2005, starting when he was only 32 years old, making him the youngest mayor the city’s rich history. In addition to his time as mayor, Garza has also served on the San Antonio City Council and as a trustee for the San Antonio Independent School District, which serves more than 55,000 students. He is also president and CEO of Zane Garway, an urban development and investment firm in San Antonio.
“We sought Mr. Garza's counsel due to his dedication to San Antonio schools and education in general. The foresight and purpose he has put into every other position held in the past made him a perfect candidate. He will be a very valuable asset to our academic coaching program,” said Mark Bowring, CEO of iCue Network. “We're proud to have him onboard.”
Publications such as Texas Monthly, Urban Land magazine and the HispanicBusiness magazine have featured Garza for his accomplishments. One such accomplishment was the creation of more than 5000 jobs when Mayor Garza was able to secure the presence of Toyota in the area through Toyota’s investment of $1 billion in San Antonio’s infrastructure.
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