Leah is the current President of CCAAP. She is also actively involved in her church, Lewisville Education foundation, LISD schools, and the DFW Metro NAACP Chapter. As a profession, Leah is a healthcare manager with long-term tenure at Children's Health in Dallas, Texas. Leah lives with her family in the North Texas area and enjoys her volunteer efforts and spending time with her extended family.
An Electrical Engineer with over 40 years of experience in Microchip design. Presently the owner and operator of Motion Control Sensing Devices, Inc. (MCS Devices, Inc) A provider of custom Microchips and Microchip designs for the robotic motor industry. Our products are commonly used in the drive motors of Ink Jet printers, 3D printers, and many industrial robotic applications. Also a provider of light and magnetic sensing microchips.
I am a retired New York City Bus Operator for the Transit Authority. After serving 24 years, I relocated to Texas. I was active with the New York City School Board and PTA. I am mom to my son, Christopher 33, and daughter, Gabrielle 17. I teach part-time as an assistant Pre-K teacher at Children’s Courtyard in Lewisville.
Grew up in Columbus OH attending public schools as the daughter of HBCU alumni. Briefly considered becoming a concert pianist but loved science more. Received degree in chemistry from OSU, cum laude, then attended medical school at The University of Chicago on a military scholarship. Served 7 years active duty in US Army and 4 years in the reserves. Practiced as an Internal Medicine physician for 30 years in Texas, retiring in 2018. Have traveled extensively around the world and have studied several languages including Latin, and Russian. Raised 2 children who attended LISD and received engineering degrees in mechanical and biomedical engineering from The OSU. Married to Ernest Levert Sr. Lockheed Martin Fellow, Engineer, former American Welding Society President, and Scoutmaster for 20 years.
A long-time community leader in the city of Lewisville, Mark has been a member of CCAAP for many years. He currently serves as the Treasurer.
VP, Community Relations
Originally from Saginaw, MI, I have been a Texas resident since 1983, and a Flower Mound resident since 1987 with my husband and 2 daughters. I am a former member of the Lewisville Chapter of Habitat for Humanities before their relocation to Denton. I am a Charter Member of CCAAP and have served as an Executive Board member. I have been a Band and Choir Booster Club member, and a PTA member throughout my daughter's school years. I am also the founder of the Marcus Black History Club in 2002, and their Marcus Mentors program partnering with Rockbrook Elementary back in 2011. I have been part of various charitable efforts in our local community. I enjoy Singing, Community Service, Decorating my Patio of Peace, Supporting Activities for Senior Citizens, and helping those in need.
When I entered college, my goal was to become a social worker. My husband was in the military and away quite a bit so he thought it would be better for me to have a job that would not take me away from our two children often. I chose to teach and thoroughly enjoyed it. It was a rewarding profession and gave me many memories to cherish. I believe that learning should be life-long so I became a Certified Family Life Educator while pursuing a doctorate in Family Studies at Texas Woman's University.
Technology and Social Media
Antonio Montez has over 25+ years of experience in Information Technology Management with specific expertise in customer and technical support, training, project management, desktop and server support, quality assurance, telecommunications, and administration. He is currently the Director of Technology Services for Trinity Broadcasting Network. Antonio has held advisory board positions with the Helpdesk Institute and Rainbow Days a children’s charity. He has spoken at a number of industry conferences on topics such as IT Service Management, ITIL, and Customer Support. He is married and is the father of four.