Chapel Hill Academy
Fort Worth, Texas
Todd Landry brings extensive corporate, government, and nonprofit experience in child and family social services and business to his role as Chief Executive Officer of Lena Pope and, by extension, Superintendent of Chapel Hill Academy charter school. His professional accomplishments are recognized nationally and led to his appointment as Director of Nebraska’s Division of Children and Family Services. On April 1, 2009, Mr. Landry became the fifth agency leader in the 88-year history of Lena Pope in Fort Worth, Texas. During his tenure at Lena Pope, Chapel Hill Academy charter school has grown from 115 students to over 500 students (PreK through 5th grade). The school is currently undergoing an expansion to 8th grade. He currently serves on several local and national boards, including as the current board treasurer of CWLA (Child Welfare League of America) and as the Texas Education Agency appointed charter school member of the Region 11 Education Service Center board of directors.