Misti Seay, a Texas native, is married and has six children and nine grandchildren. She earned her BS from UT Tyler and her master's degree in Educational Administration from Lamar University, and she also holds a principal's certificate. She worked in education for 17 years before pursuing her new passion, working with the foreign exchange program. Misti enjoys traveling, roller skating, chasing tornadoes, and spending time with family. She has been serving with Discovery since 2010.
LisaBeth “LB” Thomas is known as a brilliant marketer, an award-winning producer, and a motivational speaker. She is the founding president of Texas Women in Business, and she was named a “Woman of Influence” by the Austin Business Journal. Currently, LB has teamed up with the governor’s office to spearhead Not on Our Watch (N.O.W.), a grassroots movement to bring awareness, education, and prevention to the issue of child sex trafficking. Ask LB why she has served with Discovery since 2013, and her answer always comes quickly: “Discovery helped me find the freedom from fears that were holding me back from having the life and relationships I only dreamed of.” She serves to help others find that freedom too.
Bryan Smith has worked in software technology for over 30 years and holds 13 US Patents. He attended Discovery in 2014, and he thinks about Discovery every day. He spends time volunteering for other organizations like CASA, Austin Blessings Co-Op, and the Lake Travis Community Library. He holds a master’s degree in Computer Science and Mathematics from Cal Poly, and he served as a Major in the US Army Reserves. He enjoys hiking, home improvement projects, and tech gadgets. Bryan and partner Angie enjoy Town Lake and hanging with their adult children one one grandchild.