The Texas Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy, an education and advocacy organization committed to reducing the rate of teen pregnancy throughout Texas, has named Hector Campos, Ellie Haggerty, LuAnn Morgan, David Wiley, and Dr. Amy Young to their Executive Board of Directors.

Hector Campos is a Project Director at Cardea Services, a training, organizational development and research organization, based in Austin, Texas where he has been on staff since 2009. Before joining Cardea, Mr. Campos was the CEO of Campos Training and Consulting Group. Prior to that, he was Project Coordinator/Trainer for ETR Associates.  In that role, he provided training and technical assistance on HIV and pregnancy prevention Evidence Based Interventions. He has more than 25 years of experience in training and consulting throughout the U.S. and designs and facilitates trainings on cultural diversity, leadership, organizational development and strategic planning. Mr. Campos attended the University of Texas at San Antonio and will complete a BS/MS in Leadership and Organizational Development from California Coast University in December 2016.

Ellie Haggerty is a Public Health Evaluator for St. David’s Foundation where she works to measure the impact of the foundation’s $50 million annual investment in the health of the Central Texas community. Ellie has eight years of public health experience and currently chairs Healthy Youth Partnership, a local collaboration focused on improving adolescent health in Austin. She earned a Master of Public Health degree from Columbia University and a Bachelor of Arts degree from Washington University in St. Louis.

LuAnn Morgan is the Sales Director for Cavallo Energy Texas. She began her 24+ year career in the electric industry with Texas Electric Service Company in Odessa, Texas. Ms. Morgan took early retirement in 1999 and was elected to Midland City Council where she served for 10 years. During that time, she was an Instructor at The University of Texas Permian Basin for Statistics and Marketing, and later joined Warren CAT. In 2004, Governor Perry appointed Morgan as commissioner to Texas Department of Licensing where she continues to serve today. Morgan holds a Bachelor of Science from Texas Tech University, MBA from University of Texas Permian Basin, Economic Development Certification from Texas A&M Extension Agency, and completed Doctoral requirements for a degree in Psychology.

David Wiley, Ph.D., Professor of Health Education at Texas State University and founder of The Texas Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy, is a lifelong health educator who has focused his professional life on addressing health issues of adolescents. Dr. Wiley has authored or co-authored 40+ peer-reviewed articles and has presented more than 150 keynote addresses and workshops across the United States on the role of schools in promoting healthy children and healthy communities. As a vocal advocate of coordinated school health education, Dr. Wiley has testified on numerous occasions before the Texas State Board of Education (SBOE), Texas Legislature, and Texas State Board for Educator Certification (SBEC). He also is the Vice-President of the Board for Communicare, Inc,, a federally qualified health center based in San Antonio. Dr. Wiley earned a Master of Science degree in Physical and Health Education from Texas A&M-Commerce  and a Ph.D. in Health Education from the University of Texas at Austin.

Dr. Amy Young is the inaugural Chair of the Department of Women’s Health, and a professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, at the Dell Medical School at The University of Texas at Austin. She was most recently the Abe Mickal Professor and Chair of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at LSU Health Sciences Center in New Orleans where she also served as the Center Director of Surgical Services of the Interim LSU Public Hospital, Vice President of the LSU Healthcare Network (HCN) Board of Directors, and chair of the LSU HCN Clinical Practice Leadership Group. Dr. Young graduated with degrees in Chemistry and Biology from Vanderbilt University, and then matriculated at the University of Mississippi Medical School in Jackson. After earning her MD degree, she completed her internship at Emory University and residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology at Baylor College of Medicine.

About The Texas Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy

The Texas Campaign is dedicated to improving the quality of life for children, families and communities across Texas. They provide statewide leadership around this issue by focusing on what works and connecting Texas communities to the research and tools they need to make an impact. For more information, visit