VisionBridge Group is a comprehensive consulting firm dedicated to assisting Public Schools through the Bond Process, Leadership Development, Owner's Representation + Construction Management of their project. 

In all of our services we listen. In all that we do, we make sure the solutions we provide are actually addressing the needs that brought you to us. We want every Client to be successful in their efforts and with our local expertise we can lead you through that finish line.



Our consulting team is led by Scott Moore. Scott is a two-term Trustee for the Conroe (TX) Independent School District, the tenth largest district in Texas, currently holding the office of 1st Vice President. Scott has experience managing a district with over 65,000 students, 8,500 employees, and an annual budget of more than $550 Million. As a member of the District Level Planning and Decision-Making Committee, Attendance Boundary Committee, Facility Planning Committee, and the Board of Trustees, Scott has helped guide the district through the construction of 9 schools and renovations and upgrades to 65 campuses. Scott has a background in Commercial Construction and understands the complexity of the built environment, particularly as it pertains to schools. During Scott's time of service at Conroe ISD, the district has successfully passed two different bond referenda totaling over $1 Billion while simultaneously lowering their tax rate almost 9 cents. He holds a Bachelor's degree in Political Science and History from Lamar University and a Master of Divinity degree from Southern Methodist University. Scott is currently conducting his Ph.D. field research for his dissertation on School Board Transformational Leadership and Classroom Educator Organizational Commitment through Our Lady of the Lake University. He is also a Texas Education Agency (TEA) Registered Provider for school board training. Scott's vast knowledge of school operations, school boards, leadership development and construction make him a valuable asset to districts looking to engage an Owner's Representative / Construction Manager, Bond Strategist, or Leadership Development Specialist.



Cal is a graduate of Texas A&M University with a Master’s Degree in Public Administration emphasizing State and Local Management and a Bachelor’s Degree from Sam Houston State University in Business Administration with minors in Entrepreneurship and Business Communications. With a strong analytical background, he has worked on a variety of large scale projects by collecting data and translating it into beneficial information and a strategic plan. Additionally, Cal has experience in Project Management emphasizing community relations and consulting through architectural design. Highlights of his career include:

  • Working with several municipalities on large scale projects and developing data reports

  • Helping manage several architectural projects from initial consultation through schematic design and budgeting phase

  • Worked with a Team of highly qualified individuals to develop a Balanced Scorecard for City of Austin (TX) Communications and Technology Management

  • Presented and Developed Presentations to multiple Organizations and Churches



Dr. Mel Brown is a nationally recognized professional as an administrator, teacher, trainer, consultant, and author. After a successful career working for governmental agencies, he left the public sector and is now serving as a Leadership Development Consultant. In addition he serves as a public speaker, trainer, consultant and Executive Coach. Highlights of his experience include:

  • Past-President of the Board of Trustees for Conroe Independent School District which has 64 campuses, more than 65,000 students, and more than 8,000 full-time employees

  • Served as an adjunct faculty member in the Criminal Justice Department at the University of Texas at Arlington, in the College of Criminal Justice at Sam Houston State University, in the College of Juvenile Justice and Psychology at Prairie View A&M University, and in the Social Work Department of The School of Religious Education at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.

  • Has written extensively for state and national publications,

  • Served on the Texas Governor’s Juvenile Justice Advisory Committee during the terms of Republican Governor William P. Clements and Democratic Governor Ann Richards,

  • Served as a member of the Commission on Accreditation for Corrections (an accrediting body for prisons, probation agencies, parole agencies, juvenile detention facilities, jails, halfway houses and other correctional programs),

  • Served as a member of Texas Judicial Advisory Council—appointed by the Presiding Judge of the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals, and

  • Has provided expert testimony in court cases, as well as before committees of the U.S. Senate, the Texas Senate and the Texas House of Representatives

An avid learner, he has earned five academic degrees including a doctorate and three masters degrees. His graduate studies are reflective of his diverse interests and include courses in the fields of education, criminal justice, social work, theology, psychology, counseling, and administration. He is also a John Maxwell certified speaker, trainer and coach.