TEMA Leadership

Executive Board of Directors


Adrian Carter, MEM

Fort Bend ISD
Vice President

Melissa Crizer, AEM, MEM

Energy Manager, Klein ISD
Melissa has been a proud member of TEMA since 2015. She joined the Klein ISD Energy Management team in the Fall of 2020 with a vision of continuing to build a sustainable Energy Management program that demonstrates a commitment to conserving financial and natural resources while maintaining a safe and productive environment for staff and students.
Prior to entering the field of Energy Management, Melissa worked at M.D. Anderson Cancer Center in the Investigational Pharmacy. Once she realized that she had a passion for working with kids and teaching others, she changed careers and joined the world of education where she taught Chemistry and Physics for 10 years and then served as a campus administrator for 5 years. In 2015, Melissa was asked to develop an Energy Management Department & a new passion was discovered.
When she’s not at work, Melissa enjoys spending time with family and friends. She’s been married to the coolest football coach ever for 18 years and together they have a teenage daughter. On the weekends, you can find Melissa at the high school football game, road tripping across Texas, enjoying cookouts with friends, or binge-watching British crime dramas.

Manny Villalobos

Cypress-Fairbanks ISD

Michele Linn

Director of Risk Management, Grapevine-Colleyville ISD
Member-At-Large & Brazos Valley Chapter Rep

Paul Buckner, AEM, CEM

Director of Construction and Energy Management, Bryan ISD
Past President

Ricky Shelton, AEM, CTSBS

Energy Manager, Barbers Hill ISD
Ricky Shelton graduated from Dallas Baptist University in 2010 with a Business Degree. He holds a ATEM and a CTSBS (Certified Texas School Business Specialist) certification.
TEMA Chief Executive Officer/Executive Director

Cami Brumley

Cami is a graduate of the University of Texas at Austin with a BFA in Theatre Studies. She taught at James Madison High School in San Antonio, TX for 17 years as a Speech teacher, Head Theatre Director, and the Auditorium Manager. She has also taught in private schools to give her a grand total of 19 years in the classroom. Cami made the move to TEMA in 2015 to assume the role of TEMA Administrator. Now, as the Chief Executive Officer, she is dedicated to "dramatically" expand the reach and impact for those involved in resource management.
TEMA Chief Operating Officer

Ashley Williams, AEM, MCRP, DBA

Ashley is from St. Charles, MO and earned her Bachelor of Architecture and Masters of Regional and Community Planning from Kansas State University. She is now working towards her Doctor of Business Administration, focused on Social Impact from Walden University. As the City of Temple’s first Sustainability and Grant Manager, she implemented new programs and policies enabling the City to decrease utility spending, increase engagement, and improve operations. Ashley also served as the City of Temple’s Director of General Services, overseeing Sustainability, Grants, Community Development, Facilities, and Strategic Initiatives. She is now the Chief Operating Officer for the Texas Energy Managers Association, expanding professional development opportunities for those involved in resource management.