Warzon Named Executive Director of Auxiliary Services
Waller ISD (WISD) is pleased to announce the promotion of Molly Warzon to the role of Executive Director of Auxiliary Services effective July 1, 2022. In this role, Warzon will oversee the work of the district’s Maintenance, Transportation, and School Nutrition Services Departments where she will coordinate with department directors to ensure local, state, and federal compliance of programs, build continuity of services, and ensure coordination amongst departments to best serve the needs of WISD staff, students, and community.
“I am honored to serve our district in this new role. What these departments do to take care of our staff, students, families, and schools is critical. We ensure they are fed, provide transportation, and make sure our schools are clean and safe,” Warzon said. “I believe in proactive planning and communication and working together to build efficient, effective programs. We have a strong foundation in these departments, and I hope to build on that. Our district is growing fast, and we need to be prepared to keep up with our operational needs.”
Warzon joined the WISD family in 2013 as a school nutrition supervisor before earning her roles as assistant director and then director of School Nutrition Services. She is a proven leader of staff and operations, and as a mom herself, she always has what’s best for students and parents as her top priority.
“During Molly’s time leading our School Nutrition department, she worked diligently and creatively to ensure our students were fed, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. Her success has shown in the smooth operations of both her staff and financial responsibilities,” WISD Superintendent Kevin Moran said. “She is a learner who is always working with appropriate entities to ensure compliance and is not afraid to think outside the box to do what’s best for the WISD family. I have watched her grow in her leadership and knowledge over the last ten years, and I look forward to seeing her continue on that path in this new role.”
With this change, Warzon as well as the Maintenance, Transportation, and School Nutrition Services departments, will now report to WISD Chief Financial Officer, Audrey Ambridge.
Warzon earned her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Nutrition Science from Texas A&M University (TAMU). Before joining the WISD family, she served WIC and TAMU AgriLife Extension. She and her husband Kyle have two children; a two-year-old daughter and son who attends Holleman Elementary.