Advisory Board

Project Schoolhouse is blessed with a very hard-working advisory board.

Advisory Board

Walter Moreau

Walter is the Executive Director of Foundation Communities, which works in Texas to create affordable housing where families succeed. During his 25 year career he has secured subsidy financing of more than $200 million to create more than 3,500 units of service-enriched, nonprofit-owned affordable housing. FC operates ten onsite learning centers and five supportive housing communities for the homeless. FC offers an array of onsite health programs to its 5,000 residents. The organization is a leader in green building, and is the largest private producer of solar power in Central Texas. Walter led FC to develop the Community Tax Centers and Insure Central Texas, which serve over 25,000 families each year.

Moreau received the JAJ Fannie Mae Fellowship in 2007, and the Texas Houser Award in 2004. He holds a Masters Degree in Public Affairs from the University of Texas LBJ School of Public Affairs (1994).

Evan Morgan

Evan joined the Project Schoolhouse Advisory Board in 2019 following his four year service on the Board of Directors, finishing his term as Board President in 2018. In his board capacity, Evan helped to broaden Project Schoolhouse’s donor base and was instrumental in raising significant funds to increase the organization’s impact in Nicaragua.

In 2018, Evan relocated to Brisbane, Australia to serve as the director of advancement at the Faculty of Science at the University of Queensland (UQ). Prior to UQ, Evan served as Director of Development at Rice University in Houston Texas raising major gifts in the Northeast, including New York City.

Evan joined the board because of Project Schoolhouse’s immense potential in solving fundamental problems such as access to clean water and education for seemingly little resources, e.g.it only takes $30,000 USD to build an entire school. In 2016 Evan travelled to Nicaragua with fellow board members to witness the transformative effect PSH is having in the remote rainforests. To hear more about his experience, read about The Tawa Inauguration.