Counselor Corner

Ms. L. Bynum, Lead Counselor (

This is the beginning of my 27th year working in education. I have taught in special education and math, have served as a math specialist, and an administrator, before becoming a counselor. 

I attended the University of Houston for my undergraduate degree, Prairie View A & M for my master’s in educational administration, and St. Thomas for my masters in Counseling. 

I am proud to serve as an educator in Aldine and be a member of a family of educators. I am married with two adult children. 



Ms. C. Branch (

Chu Branch has been an educator in Aldine ISD for 17 years.  She started as a 6th Grade Mathematics teacher at Caraway Intermediate and then served as a Counselor at Shotwell Middle School for 2 years, Eisenhower HS for 7 years, and now going into her 5th year at Davis High School. Ms. Branch received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Baylor University and her Master of Education from the University of Houston. She services ELL students for alpha A-O.  Her responsibilities include ELL Counselor, Student Aides Supervisor, UIL Eligibility & NCAA Clearinghouse Advisor and College Decision Day Coordinator.


Ms. B. Bumpus (

Brandy Bumpus has been a proud Davis Falcon since the school opened its doors in 2012. She has been an educator for 22 years, beginning her educational career in Bynum ISD as the only high school English teacher on staff. After 5 years as a Bynum Bulldog, she relocated and taught 10th grade English at W.L. Hauke Academic Alternative School in Conroe ISD. Ms. Bumpus earned her Master’s in School Counseling from Texas Southern University in 2007. Upon earning her masters, she became a school counselor at Ray L. Shotwell Middle School in Aldine ISD. She swam with the Sharks for 5 years, until she had the opportunity to soar with the Falcons when the new high school opened. Ms. Bumpus has thoroughly enjoyed all the experiences she's had at Davis, as well as the good friends she's made at the school over the years. She is very proud of her Falcons and attends sporting events regularly. Ms. Bumpus earned a second master’s degree in educational administration from Lamar University in 2017, and she hopes to further her involvement in the education of the next generation for many years to come. Ms. Bumpus serves as our dual credit counselor for both academic and CTE classes. She is also our Lone Star College contact, TSI testing coordinator, and sponsor of the PTSA. 


Ms. K. Fuller (

A native of Mississippi, Ms. Karen Fuller has spent most of her life in Texas. Ms. Fuller is a graduate of Jackson State University, where she earned her B.S. in Business Marketing.  After discovering her passion for working with kids, she pursued and completed two Master’s Degrees at Prairie View A&M University, one in Administration & Counseling, and the other in Education & Administration.  Ms. Fuller has worked in the field of education for over 20 years. 

As she starts her 3rd year at Davis Sr. High, Ms. Fuller continues her passion for working with students of all backgrounds.  Her priorities are working to improve student engagement, build instructional capacity, while successfully preparing students to meet their post-high school goals.

In addition to her counseling role, Ms. Fuller serves as the At-Risk Coordinator, Dream Team Coordinator, and Honor’s Reception Coordinator. When Ms. Fuller is not at school she enjoys traveling to new and exciting places, attending church and spending time with family and friends. 


“The function of education is to teach one to think intensively and to think critically. Intelligence plus character – that is the goal of true education.”—Martin Luther King, Jr.


 Ms. T. Merik (

Greetings!  I am excited to begin another year with the exceptional staff at Benjamin O. Davis, Jr. Senior High School.  This is my ninth year in education and my fifth year as a school counselor.  I am a graduate of Baylor University where I earned my Bachelor of Business Administration in 2009.  I am also an alumnus of Lamar University where I earned my Master of Education in School Counseling in 2014.  Previous to becoming a school counselor, I was a math teacher for four years, and I also worked as a supply chain analyst for HEB Grocery prior to joining the education profession.


I truly believe that our children are our most precious resource.  An investment in our students is an investment in our future as they will surely produce economic and social dividends for many years to come.  


As a school counselor, it is my goal to develop student achievement in the areas of academic, social, personal, and career exploration.  What does that mean?  It means that I am here to support YOU, the student.  In order to do so, I serve as a liaison between students, parents, teachers, administration, and the community to provide my students with as many resources and benefits as possible.  In essence, as a counselor, I am in "your corner" and I am here to help you.  


I will work hard to lead all stakeholders in implementing a comprehensive school counseling program that works to provide educational equity and social justice advocacy for all students.  


I have an open door policy and will gladly meet with you, if I am available, without an appointment.  However, I do stay very busy working with our wonderful students at "Big Davis," so please leave a message or send me an e-mail if you are unable to meet with/reach me.  I will respond to your message as quickly as possible.  


I am also one of the coordinators for AP Testing as well as the Service (Volunteer) Hours contact.  Please feel free to reach out to me should you have any questions.


I wish you a GREAT day!  Whether you do or not, it's up to you!



Ms. T. Tisdale (

Tamara Tisdale is entering her 13th year of education. She taught theater and dance for 10 years before becoming a counselor 3 years ago. Tamara is a graduate of Grambling State University with her Bachelor of Arts degree and Prairie View A&M University with her Master of Educational Administration and Master of Arts in Counseling. She is the counselor for alpha split  Roa-Tre for the 2018-2019 school year. Her responsibilities are AP Coordinator, GT Coordinator, Genesys Works Contact.  


Ms. A. Uriegas (

Alma Uriegas is starting her 10th year in education.  She started as a Special Education Aide at Rivera High School in Brownsville, TX and then a Mathematics Teacher at KEYS Academy in Harlingen, TX.  She’s currently starting her 4th year as a school counselor at Davis High School.  Ms. Uriegas received a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics from the University of Texas at Brownsville and a Master of Education in Educational Psychology from the University of Texas at Austin.  She serves ELL students for alpha P-Z and students last names Wall-Z.  Her responsibilities include ELL Counselor, PSAT Coordinator, Volunteers in Schools of Aldine (VISA) Coordinator, and College Decision Day Assistant.



Ms. R. Williams (

Regina Williams has been in education for 18 years. She began her career in Spring ISD, as a social studies and ELA teacher and a graduation coach. Ms. Williams then served Magnolia ISD as a counselor and now has the privilege of being a counselor at Davis HS in Aldine ISD. She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree at Angelo State University and her teacher certification at Texas Tech University. She is an alumnus and current student of Sam Houston State University, whereas she earned her Master of Education in Counseling and is pursuing her Doctor of Philosophy in Counselor Education. Ms. Williams serves students with last names Garcia through Johnson at Davis. She is the Honor Graduate and Diploma coordinator, the CTE Counselor, the Superintendent Advisory Committee Director, and the parent liaison committee advocate. You can follow her on twitter @counselorrmw!


Ms. C. Howell Little, Counselor Secretary (

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The counseling department will only be making academically necessary changes approved by the administration for the Spring 2019 semester. The schedule change form will not be available for any requests. 

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