Board of Trustees
Dr. Dawson is a licensed Obstetrics and Gynecology physician at the Brazos Valley Women’s Center. He also holds positions in healthcare administration, small business operations, and operates a small cattle ranch in the Brazos Valley. Dr. Dawson comes to the Allen community from Richardson, Texas. Dr. Dawson received his Bachelor’s in Biomedical Science at Texas A&M University, his MD at Baylor College of Medicine, and completed his residency at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, followed by an MBA at the University of Texas at Dallas.
Dr. Dawson and his wife, Cynthia Jansky, MD, and his two children, Eli '24 & Sam '19 have been members of the Allen family since 2009.
An Allen alum, Mr. Dyson came to Allen Academy as a student in 1994 and graduated in 1998. Following his education at Allen Academy, Mr. Dyson received a B.S. in Political Science and an MBA from Texas A&M, before earning a J.D. from South Texas College of Law in 2007. Mr. Dyson then served as a senior associate at Norton Rose Fulbright in Houston, Texas, until 2014. Since that time, Mr. Dyson has served as General Counsel for Dyson Energy Group, a family-owned and operated oil and gas exploration and production company.
Mr. Dyson and his wife, Teri, have two children, Jamey '31 and Drew '29. Mr. Dyson’s son became a student at Allen in the fall of 2014, on the 20th anniversary of his own enrollment at Allen Academy.
Mr. Dawson became Miramont’s Country Club’s General Manager in 2014, bringing more than two decades of leadership experience in the hospitality, private club management, and restaurant industries to the club. Dawson, a native of Ohio, arrived at Miramont after serving as General Manager of Chenal Country Club in Little Rock, Arkansas. Mr. Dawson is an active member in the Club Managers Association of America, and he is an Advanced Certified Birkman Consultant, providing executive coaching and training services.
Mr. Dawson and his wife, Nikki, and their children, Olivia '24 and Maddie '28, have been members of the Allen family since 2015.
Mr. Ortgies leads an investment group with offerings in the automotive and healthcare space. Prior to, Mr. Ortgies' professional career was in the automotive industry as a General Manager/Partner in auto groups along with leadership roles with Toyota/Lexus Financial Services and Gulf States Toyota.
Mr. Ortgies' thoughts on Allen: “Allen provides our daughter a tremendous opportunity to develop herself. Last school year in the span of about 2 weeks, she won a golf tournament, her school play was chosen to compete at the state level and her rocket team's rocket blew up at a competition. Allen offers kids the opportunity to grow in moments like these.”
Mr. Ortgies and his wife, Maria, along with their daughter, Katherine '24, have been members of the Allen family since 2015.
Gina Flores is a retired school teacher with 20 years of service in both public and private schools. She is active in the community serving on boards past and present which include Texas A&M University, Sam Houston State University, Bryan ISD Foundation, Boys and Girls Club, and CHI St Joseph’s Hospital.
Gina and her husband Bill have lived in the Bryan/College Station community for 13 years and have two grown sons, Will and John. They also have four grandchildren—Britain, Charlie, Fitz, and Duke.
Mrs. Malechek is the Vice President of The Adam Corporation overseeing commercial and residential real estate, residential construction, and private country club community. She received her Bachelor’s in Communications with a Minor in Business from Texas A&M University.
Mrs. Malechek is an Allen Academy alumnus whose significant contributions, generosity, and leadership continue to advance the school’s achievements. She and her husband, Trey, have been members of the Allen family since 1992, with three graduates — Madison ’07, Mackenzie ’11, and Ty ’13.
Glenda C. Mariott graduated from Texas A&M University with a bachelor's degree in Finance in 1979, and in 2013, graduated from St. Mary's University Interior Design program. After graduation from Texas A&M, she held various management positions in the banking industry, rising to the position of Vice President of Operations, Human Resources and Employee Benefits. In 1992, she left the banking industry and began her career in the building, remodeling, and interior design business. She is the owner of G Designs, a build, remodel and interior design firm which has completed residential and commercial projects in the Brazos Valley, as well as throughout the state of Texas. In 2005, she designed for, and managed her construction team in the completion of a 10-day Extreme Kitchen Makeover.
In 2003, she was appointed to the Texas Residential Construction Commission (TRCC) by Governor Rick Perry where she served until 2010; from 2006 through 2009, she served as the vice chair of the commission. TRCC's mission was to promote quality construction for Texans by registering industry members and residential construction projects, providing information and educating homeowners and the residential construction industry, acting as a resource for complainants, and offering a neutral, technical review of alleged post-construction defects. She is a past president of the Brazos County A&M Club and the Bryan-College Station Homebuilders Association. In 1996, the Bryan-College Station Homebuilders Association named her Builder of the Year. At Texas A&M University, she has been a guest lecturer and adjunct professor for the Department of Construction Science. She served on the Board of Directors at The Association of Former Students from 1997 to 2003, and in 2002 was elected Chair of the Board of The Association. In 2013, Glenda received the Texas A&M University Distinguished Alumnus Award, the highest award bestowed upon a former student of Texas A&M University. She is also a member of the Endowed Century Club, 12th Man Foundation, and A&M Legacy Society.