Executive Board

Executive Board

Dana Bible

Dana Bible | Co-Chair

Dana E. Bible is an Assistant Professor of Business Communication at Sam Houston State University. She is the program sponsor for the Business Learning Community, a subset of the University’s Student Success Initiative. Prior to accepting a full-time faculty position, she worked on the administrative side of the University and as an adjunct instructor for almost a decade. Her commitment to serving her students and the academy is evident through her mentorship and committee work.

Dr. Bible has a doctorate in Educational Leadership with a concentration in Higher Education from Sam Houston State University. After earning her bachelor’s degree in Business, and an MBA from Sam Houston State University, she pursued a career in the private sector before finding her calling in higher education. It is this winding career path that drives her research agenda, which primarily focuses on developmental networks, leadership, and diversity. In addition to her primary research areas, she also enjoys collaborating with scholars from a variety of disciplines and research areas.

When not working, she enjoys toiling away in her organic gardens with her 2 dogs, Lord Ehno J. Montgomery and Prince Piper Pants Collins.  

Tiffany Driver

Tiffany Driver | Co-Chair

Tiffany (Flenoy) Driver is an SHSU alumna from Katy Texas, who graduated in December 2004 with her degree in Public Relations. Upon graduation, she began her professional career at SHSU in the Department of Student Activities, where she served for three years. In addition to working at Sam, Tiffany has also worked at Rice University and Houston Community College. To the We LEAD Co-Chair position, she brings a diverse background in working in events & programming (13 professional years); ranging from very high end donor related events for a University President to large & small scale events focused on students. Tiffany has a Masters in Higher Education from Abilene Christian University and is currently an Assistant Director for SH - ELITE & evolve. Tiffany is also a wife to an SHSU Criminal Justice graduate (Joe) and Mom to a rambunctious, spunky and carefree child (Rory). In her free time, she enjoys reading, spending time with family, going to the movies alone and painting her fingernails. Her nails actually have their own Instagram page with a whopping 134 followers!

Gabby Sauceda | Program Director

Vacant | Treasurer

Vinessa Mundorff

Vinessa Mundorff | Membership Chair

Meghan Burton

Meghan Burton | Marketing & Webmaster

Meghan Burton is a second-generation graduate of Sam Houston State University with a BBA in marketing and an MBA. Meghan has worked in marketing to prospective SHSU students her entire professional career and loves her job. Meghan has experience with marketing strategy, advertising, copywriting, graphic design, web editing, video editing, marketing research, and reporting. Outside of work, Meghan enjoys being very involved in her church, crafting for her side hustle, spending time with family & friends, spoiling her dogs, playing board or arcade games, and watching movies.

Meghan is excited to serve in the marketing & webmaster role for We LEAD because she believes the group is a great resource for professional development and networking and she would like to help promote it further so it may continue to thrive.

Vacant | Secretary

Jaime Anderson

Jaime Anderson | Faculty Board Member

Jaime Anderson joined the faculty in the Department of Psychology and Philosophy at SHSU in 2016. Originally from Cincinnati, Ohio, she received her B.A. in Psychology and German from the University of Dayton, her M.S. in Clinical Psychology from Eastern Kentucky University, and her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the University of Alabama (Roll Tide!). Jaime loves her position in the psychology department, particularly mentoring undergraduate and graduate students on research and training a new generation of clinical psychologists. She is excited to have the opportunity to be involved with an organization dedicated to women’s leadership, and hopes to help WeLEAD grow on our campus. In her free time, Jaime enjoys spending time with her husband and puppies, reading, playing board games, and exploring her new Texas home.

Lisa Chaddick

Lisa Chaddick | Faculty Board Member

Lisa has a Bachelor’s degree in Health and a minor in Business from SHSU, a Paralegal certificate from Suffolk University, and a Master’s degree in Public Health from the University of Michigan. She is currently a doctoral student in SHSU’s Higher Education Leadership program where she hopes to become an academic program evaluation specialist.

Lisa began her career at SHSU in 2011 and worked for Student Affairs for 4 years. She currently works in Academic Affairs as the Internship Coordinator for the Department of Population Health. Lisa’s professional purpose at SHSU is to coordinate, prepare, guide, and teach students in their internships so they can earn their college degrees and have a better quality of life.

When not at work, Lisa enjoys spending time with her family and pets (Rainy, Franny, Stormy (cats), and Blue (the most handsome Crowntail betta fish - ever)), going for long walks, cooking, gardening, and enjoying nature. She is an advocate for animals, the LGBTQ community, the environment, and the homeless.

Lisa hopes to serve WeLead by coordinating outstanding educational programming for women and their allies here at SHSU.

Jennifer Didier

Jennifer Didier | Faculty Board Member

Jennifer J. Didier is currently a Professor in the Department of Kinesiology in the College of Health Sciences at Sam Houston State University. She earned her B.S. and M.S. in Kinesiology and Psychology from Texas A&M University, and her Ph.D. in Motor Behavior, Biomechanics, and Psychology from Louisiana State University. She was a professor at Southeastern Louisiana University in the Department of Kinesiology and Health Studies for eight years before accepting her position in 2010 at Sam Houston State University. Her research interests include ACL injury prevention strategies for female athletes, the integration of motor learning concepts in physical education, and the reliability and validity of research tools used in exercise science. She has a very smart, outgoing, active six year old daughter who keeps very busy outside of work and is married to Brad, a special education teacher here in Huntsville. Jennifer and her husband are avid recreational cyclists and recently converted to the WFPB (whole food/plant based) way of eating to do our part to save our health and the planet. Jennifer is also a retired triathlete, competitive cyclist, and soccer player, and currently spends her limited free time year round promoting physical activity and healthy living and fundraising for Bike MS and other charities.