The Molly Gerold Human Rights Award

This award is named in memory of Molly Gerold, a counselor for the Northeast Independent School District in San Antonio. Molly was an innovator and was the district's counselor for the gifted and talented program. She was a creative, energetic woman who served as the Elementary Vice-President for the Texas School Counselor Association, contributed her poetry to the TCA Journal, and co-authored several articles.

Biographical Data

Please be brief and include only the most relevant information about education (institution and degree); significant work history; professional honors and or recognition; memberships, especially offices held and committee assignments within TCA. A resume or professional vita may be substituted for this page if desired.

  • Give specific activities of nominee's contributions to human rights.
  • Documentation or implications for change relative to an area of human rights.
  • Summary statement of why the nominee should be the person to receive the TCA Molly Gerold Human Rights Award.
  • A press release will be sent the newspaper and radio station of each of the award winners. Please list the address and fax numbers of your nominees local newspaper and a radio station.
  • A letter will be mailed to the supervisor of each of the award winners. Please list the name, address and fax number of your nominees supervisor.

Special Note:

  • Nominee must be a member of TCA.

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