Board of Directors

Mainspring Schools, a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization, is governed by a Board of Directors. Our board of directors serves as the guardian of the Mainspring Schools mission. They set policy, raise funds and advocate for the school in the community.

Katie Felice, President
Lisa Killough, Treasurer
Lynette Barksdale, Google
Stefanie Cavanaugh, Apollo Endosurgery
Rafael Colorado, Dell
Evie Feltoon, Community Volunteer
Marisol Foster, Webber Family Foundation
David King, Graves Dougherty Hearon & Moody

Brett Korensky, Merrill Lynch
Stephen Mallard, Wells Fargo
Kate Manser, You Might Die Tomorrow
Patsy Woods Martin, Annie's List
Paulina Pizarro, Community Mentor
Suzanne Stewart, Community Volunteer
Fred Tedesco, Immediate Past President


Advisory Council

While not directly part of our Board of Directors, members of the Advisory Council advocate for the school in the community and offer valuable assistance whenever possible. 

Janna Banks, Austin Voices for Education & Youth
Roslyn Breen, Life Investor
Mandy Brooks, United Way for Greater Austin
Stefanie Cavanaugh, Apollo Endosurgery
Jeanne Crosno, Philanthropist/Child Advocacy
Ashley Degollado, Innography
Roger Edmondson, Excelleration Partners
Ron Hubbard, Early Childhood Educator

PD Jolley, Early Childhood Educator
Margie McClurg, Community Volunteer
Sue Pacey, Nonprofit Volunteer
Eddy Perez, Walsh Gallegos Treviño Russo & Kyle P.C.
Travis Phillips, Graves Dougherty Hearon & Moody
Joe Sims, KPMG Emeritus
Suba Vasudevan, Facebook