Mr. Brokovich began his career in education in 1989 with Abilene ISD and taught at Alta Vista and Thomas elementary schools—primarily in mathematics and science. In the fall of 1994, he began serving in an administrative capacity. He has served as an administrative officer with Curriculum and Instruction, an assistant principal at Thomas, Bonham, and Bowie elementary schools, and as the principal at Alta Vista Elementary School. He has served in central administration for seventeen years in various capacities: the Director of Instruction, the Executive Director of Federal Programs, the Executive Director of Elementary Education, and the Executive Director of Instructional Support. Additionally, he has stepped in to serve as the interim principal at Ortiz, Austin, and Johnston elementary schools. During his thirtieth year in education, Mr. Brokovich expressed the desire to return to elementary campus administration. He currently serves as the principal at Johnston Elementary School.
Mr. Brokovich began his formal education at the University of Kansas on a Naval ROTC scholarship and transferred his studies to McMurry College in Abilene where he graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education with specializations in mathematics and reading in 1989. He earned a Master’s degree in Elementary Education from Tarleton State University in 1994 and a Mid-Management certification from Abilene Christian University in 1995.
Mr. Brokovich has resided in Abilene since August of 1986. He has been married to his wife Laura since 1989, and is the father of four children—all of whom are proud to connect, lead, and succeed with AISD.