Justin Willis played primarily outfield in 2006 for the 2A Regional Semifinalist team. As a high school Senior, he played basketball, baseball, football, cross country and track. He recieved scholarship offers from Jarvis Christian College and Southwestern Assemblies of God University.
Willis went on to play baseball for Jarvis Christian College located in Hawkins, TX. He was named RRAC Academic All-Conference 2007-2009. After college he played a stint in the Pecos Laegue of professional basbeall clubs.
Willis earned a B.S. from Jarvis Christian College, Sociology and Kinesiology, Hawkins, TX in May 2009. He continued his education and earned an M.Ed. from Stephen F. Austin State University, Nacogdoches, TX in May 2011. In August 2016, Willis completed his Doctorate Degree in Education from Texas A7M University-Commerce.
Willis has held positions as teacher and principal at various schools, including New Summerfield ISD, Tyler ISD, and Palestine ISD. He also received the Congressional Award, President's Volunteer Service Award and Daily Point of Light Award.
Willis supports research efforts in education and has participated in several conferences, including the Education Law Association Conference, Westminster, CO and the Collaberative Educational Programsfor the Americas Conference, San Antonio, TX.
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