2024 – 2025 Officer Elections (Completed)

The 2024 TxSRT Officer election is completed.  The results are:

The election was conducted via Election Runner. 

443 eligible voters. 

71 votes received (16% of eligible voters)


Dr. Kevin Clark was elected President-Elect with 71 votes for 2024 – 2025 and will be President 2025 – 2026 and Board Chair 2026 – 2027. 

Brian Spence was elected Vice President with 26 votes for 2024 – 2025. 

Both officers will be installed at the 93rd Annual Meeting and Educational Symposium during the business meeting on Saturday, April 13, 2024. 

Descriptions of officer duties may be found in the following:

President-Elect for 2024-2025

Dr. Kevin Clark 

Dr. Kevin R. Clark is an Associate Professor and Associate Director with the School of Health Professions at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston. Dr. Clark is a top producer of research in the medical imaging and radiation therapy field, authoring more than 100 scholarly and peer-reviewed journal articles since 2014. He is a Fellow for AEIRS and ASRT, making him one of only 18 educators who hold dual fellowships with both organizations. Currently, Dr. Clark serves as the CE Program Coordinator for TxSRT, Director-at-Large for AEIRS, and Executive Editor of the AEIRS journal, Radiologic Science & Education. In his spare time, Dr. Clark enjoys playing the piano, watching the Houston Astros, and baking homemade southern buttermilk biscuits.


Vice President for 2024-2025

Brian Spence


Brian Spence, MSRS, RT(R), is the radiologic technology program director at Tarrant County College. He also serves as the College’s Radiation Safety Officer. Brian has been a radiologic technologist for 21 years and has taught at TCC since 2011. He worked in the clinical setting for approximately 13 years. Brian has authored or co-authored several articles related to teaching and learning in radiologic science education. He is the faculty sponsor of TCC’s chapter in the Lambda Nu National Honor Society for Radiologic Sciences. Brian continually encourages students to involve themselves in the radiologic technology profession. He is a member of the ASRT, TXSRT, and NTRTS. Brian and his wife live in Granbury with their children. He serves on his church’s safety team and enjoys fishing, golf, and the beach.