Congratulations Dr. Hudson
(CEDAR HILL, TEXAS) Cedar Hill Unbiased Faculty District Superintendent Dr. Gerald B. Hudson turned the primary Ok-12 Faculty Superintendent to obtain the United Negro Faculty Fund (UNCF)-Tarrant County Training Endowment (TCEE) Humanitarian Award on April 16 in Fort Value.
“It’s a nice honor,” Hudson stated. “It’s good that somebody acknowledges and appreciates the issues I’m attempting to do. For them to even take into account me is extremely humbling.”
Hudson was one in all six honorees that had been acknowledged throughout a ceremony that featured speeches by Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson and Fort Value Mayor Betsy Worth. Fellow honorees included Texas Southern College administrator Dr. Kendall Harris and former Dallas Mavericks ahead Sam Perkins.
Tammy Pierce, chairperson for the Dallas-based United Black Contractors Affiliation, chosen the honorees.
“He’s an excellent one who has achieved excellent issues,” Pierce stated. “He’s a younger African American male and a Superintendent. With a view to attain this place, he’s needed to overcome lots of boundaries. Every of the honorees has positively impacted kids in some kind or trend. Cedar Hill ISD is among the high faculty districts.”
‘Excellent Job as an Academic Chief’
UNCF Space Growth Director Matilda Louree stated Hudson has performed an excellent job as an academic chief.
“We applaud the management of Dr. Hudson and this award — we help the work that he’s doing in schooling,” Louree stated.
Hudson was born and raised in Dallas, graduating from Skyline Excessive Faculty. He graduated from Texas Tech College earlier than turning into a trainer and a coach, then earned a Grasp’s Diploma and a Doctorate from Texas A&M College-Commerce.
He first turned a Superintendent in 2017, with Jasper ISD, in southeast Texas, after which returned to the Metroplex as Cedar Hill ISD’s Superintendent in 2019.
“Cedar Hill ISD may be very proud, however not stunned, to study of this honor for Dr. Hudson,” CHISD Board President Cheryl Wesley stated. “He’s extraordinarily dedicated to all of our students and educators each day.”