Brad Domitrovich served as TSPRA's 2008-2009 president while working for Bandera ISD. Currently, he is employed by Georgetown ISD. Brad, who joined the Association in 2001, is a veteran marketing and communications professional with more that 25 years experience in the academic, entrepreneurial and corporate environment.
He began working with Bandera ISD in 1995 and served in the Communications Office since 2001. Brad extensively developed the electronic communications systems for the district. As many parents of Bandera students commute to San Antonio, they find corresponding via the internet and web the best way to know about their children’s school activities and academic progress.
Brad was first elected to the TSPRA Executive Committee in 2004 and served two terms as Area Vice-President for the San Antonio Region. In that position, he worked to recruit new TSPRA members, assist fellow regional members and organize monthly meetings and guest speakers.
Brad and his wife, Gina, have two daughters. He was very active in the Bandera community as a member of the Bandera Business Association, Chamber of Commerce and the Bandera County Planning Committee for Crime and Justice. He also is a founding member of the Bandera Area Lions Club.
“A Million Success Stories Every Day” was Brad’s theme for his presidential year and conference. School districts do so many good things every day. Brad wants association members to continue emphasizing these success stories at every opportunity.
This article was updated on August 5, 2012, and is accurate as of that date.