Professor Kathleen Flournoy completed her bachelor's and master's degrees in anthropology at the University of Arizona. She holds a second master's in history from Tarleton State University. Professor Flournoy served as director of the Swenson Memorial Museum in Breckenridge and as a public school teacher before joining the faculty at Ranger College. In addition to history, she also teaches an anthropology course.
Dr. Yong-Hee Park completed his bachelor’s degree in history at Dongguk University at Seoul, South Korea. He holds a master’s degree in political science from the University of Alabama at Tuscaloosa. He received a Ph.D. in political science from Texas Tech University, with specializations in international relations and American politics. He has published peer-reviewed articles in the Journal of Conflict Resolution, one of the most prestigious academic journals in the field of International Relations. He lives with his wife, and has one daughter and twin boys. His daughter attends Texas A&M University, while his sons attend University of Texas at Austin.
In addition to teaching history courses, Mrs. Harvey leads the Ranger College debate squad.
She completed her bachelor's degree in theatre and her master's in history at Hardin-Simmons University. From there, she taught theatre and speech at Abilene Christian High School and Breckenridge High School. She is an award-winning director and forensics coach. She is married and has a son in elementary school.
Nancy Nutto Hughes graduated from Trinity University from 1979 with a double major in psychology and political science. She received her JD from Baylor University in 1982. Hughes served as Chief Staff Attorney for the 11th Court of Appeals for over 28 years until her retirement in 2010. She teaches Federal Government as well as State and Local Government on the Ranger Campus, as a dual credit course, and through the ITV program.
Nancy Tidwell Bond holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Tarleton State University. Before beginning her teaching career at Tarleton, she worked as an assistant to Governor and Mrs. Ronald Regan. She retired from Tarleton in 2008 and has continued to teach government for Ranger College, where she has been an adjunct faculty member for the past 20 years. Her interests include gardening and raising and training Quarter horses.