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Wendy Fuller

Wendy Fuller

Having worked in several roles in education as a pre-K teacher, school counselor, mentor, principal and adjunct college professor, Wendy Fuller is excited for her next role as CAST Lead Principal. Opening in August 2020, the East Central ISD school will connect students to leadership and management positions in some of the fastest-growing industries in the city — retail, hospitality and tourism, and e-commerce. A product of the East Central Independent School District, Wendy learned her colors and the alphabet at the same campus that will be renovated for the college and career-focused high school. “It’s exciting that it’s my home district,” she said recently. Over the next year, she’ll work with industry and community partners to create course pathways, plot out learning experiences outside of the classroom, and identify potential mentoring and internship opportunities for her future students. “Every milestone that I’ve accomplished is because someone I admired believed in me,” she said. She’ll create the same support system for her students. Wendy has a Doctoral degree in Education from Capella University, a Master’s Degree in counseling from the same university, and a Bachelor’s Degree from UTSA in Education.

I hope to ignite passion in my teachers who directly impact students through engaging and innovative lessons, fostering a love for life-long learning.

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CAST Schools are partnership schools, co-created by industry, civic leaders, and other external partners, who participate in decisions about curriculum, budget, and school governance. In addition to their critical role in the school design, our partners provide mentorship, real-world work experiences, internships, and job opportunities, shaping the career readiness of students and helping them seamlessly transition into college or the workforce while nurturing a homegrown and committed source of talent.

  • Steve Fitzer, BCMS
  • Connie Gonzalez, Leo Gomez, Brooks City Base
  • Mary Worth, Mission Trail Baptist Hospital
  • Dr. Matos, Peripheral Vascular Associates (PVA)
  • Niki Belmares, SA Children’s Hospital
  • Dr. Ochoa, Carl Negley, SAVE Clinic
  • Dr. Luis Martinez, Trinity University
  • Mary Matic, Leo Maltos, Dr. Seidenfeld, Dr. Phillips-Madson, Dr. Parker, UIW
  • Dr. Chapa, Dr. McCormick, Dr. Ron Rodriguez, Dr. Chiquita Collins, UTHSCSA
  • Dr. Karcher, Dr. Sohn, UTSA
    Jessica Ruiz, SA Hospital
  • Michael Gates, SA Zoo
  • Mike Rivas, Dr. Luz Neira, SA Food Bank
  • Eroy Burns, Chris Payne, Boy Scouts
  • Brandyn Moore-Rodriguez, United Way
  • Saani Fong, Romanita Matta-Barrera, SA EDF/SA Works
  • Syndney Rouse, Anne Bathalter, Clarity
  • Lindsey Payne, The DoSeum
  • Tony Magaro, Southwest Research Institute
  • Dr. Stephanie Garcia, IDRA
  • Jenessa Short, Randy Surratt, The Patient Institute
  • Dr. Kirk, TSAOG Orthopaedics
  • Claryssa Cortez, Patricia Kittle, SA Metro Health
  • Anita Martin, University Health System
  • Meriam Good, Mind Science
  • Katherine Bowen, Chef SA
  • Katie Chain, HEB
  • Helen Holdsworth, Witte Museum
  • Lauren Geraghty, Communities in Schools
  • Wayne Fagan, Colonel McNish, The Dee Howard Foundation
  • Louise Cantwell, The WEX Foundation
  • Sara Santiago, Family Services Association
  • Ryan Beltran, Elequa
  • Kate Martin, UT Public Health
  • Carrie Merson, SA River Authority
  • Breana Trevino, City of SA – Solid Waste Management