Greer (’84 BS, Electrical Engineering) was named chief operating officer at Oncor in October. He joined the Dallas-based company in 1984. He serves on the Texas Board of Professional Engineers and was a 2010 recipient of the Leadership in Power award from the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.
Kemp (’80 BA, Physical Education/English) is athletic director for the Arlington Independent School District. She is the first woman and first African-American in that post. Previously, she was an assistant athletic director, principal, assistant principal, and girls basketball coach in the Arlington ISD.
Price (’72 BS, Biology) was elected mayor of Fort Worth in June after serving 10 years as Tarrant County tax assessor. Before being elected to office, she owned Price Cornelius Title Service.
Bala (’87 BS, Electrical Engineering) received his 75th patent in July. He is a principal scientist conducting research and development in digital color imaging with Xerox Corp. in Webster, N.Y., working there since 1993. His research and inventions have been incorporated into several leading Xerox color products.
Alejandro (’98 BSN) was named a fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives. He is senior regional director of case management for the east region of Kindred Healthcare.