Sandra Mossman, Ed.D, and her husband, Gary, have resided in Nassau Bay for over forty years. They have three children (all graduates of Clear Creek ISD) and six grandchildren. Mr. and Mrs. Mossman are elders in their church and are involved in many civic organizations.
Dr. Mossman served as Superintendent of Schools for CCISD from 2003-2008, overseeing an approximate budget of $250M. In an educational career spanning twenty-seven years, Dr. Mossman began her employment with CCISD in January 1985, holding numerous positions of increased responsibility until she was appointed Superintendent, becoming the first female superintendent and the first employee to come up through the ranks of the District to become superintendent. During this time, she received many awards recognizing her achievements, chief among them being named the 2007 Region IV Superintendent of the Year and being one of five finalists for State Superintendent of the Year. Her bachelor’s degree was earned from Iowa State University, her master’s degree from the University of Northern Iowa, and her doctorate from Baylor University in 1999.
Councilmember Mossman was first elected to City Council in May 2010 and was reelected in 2012, running unopposed in both elections. She has a great love for the City of Nassau Bay and has many interests regarding its future. Her main goal is that the City maintain a balanced budget and be fiscally well-managed. Beautification, upkeep of the waterways, and dredging of Lake Nassau are all of importance to her.