Anderson High School Administrators
Brian Lancaster grew up mostly in Colorado Springs, and attended Colorado State University in Fort Collins, CO. He began college as an Electrical Engineering major with an Air Force ROTC scholarship, but struggled with the initial thought: "Wait a minute, I don't feel passionate about this, so why am I doing it?" After that, he resigned from the Air Force ROTC program and switched to being an English Education major, graduating in 2009. He worked for three years as an English specialist at GOAL Academy, an online charter school in Colorado. He then moved to Austin to be closer to his brother and nieces, and worked for two years at John P. Ojeda Middle School in Del Valle ISD, and then for four years at W. Charles Akins High School in Austin ISD. In 2019, he graduated with a Master of Education in Educational Leadership from Texas State University, and was hired to be an assistant principal at LC Anderson High School in the summer of 2019. In his spare time, he enjoys playing trombone with Minor Mishap Marching Band, helping organize the Honk!TX music festival, exploring Austin with his wife Ali, and playing computer games.
12th grade Assistant Principal
CTE, AVID, Athletics, PE/Health, DELTA
Mr. Molina is originally from California, but moved to Texas as quickly as he could at an early age! Mr. Molina had the opportunity and honor to serve in the military after high school. During his first enlistment, Mr. Molina was stationed in South Korea for a year, and upon returning back home, he was stationed in Georgia in where he was deployed to the Middle East. Upon returning and completing his service, Mr. Molina went on to college in South Texas until he decided to leave college to reenlist immediately after 9/11/2001. During his second stint in the military, Mr. Molina was stationed here in Texas and deployed to Iraq in 2003 in where he served in combat operations during Operation Iraqi Freedom I until 2004. After 2004 and finishing his second enlistment, Mr. Molina returned to finish college and received his undergraduate and graduate degrees from Sul Ross State University and is currently pursuing his doctorate degree from Concordia University. As a teacher, Mr. Molina taught social studies, coached football and baseball, and was a class sponsor. Mr. Molina is entering his 16th year as an educator and looks forward to assisting students and families here at Anderson High School. In his spare time, Mr. Molina loves to spend time and have fun with his family, travel, draw, watch movies, eat, and have fun with his two dogs.
9th grade Assistant Principal
Social Studies, World Languages
Erin Barbier was born and raised in South Louisiana. Language, culture, and the LSU Tigers are her passions. As a student, she was part of the first cohort, a pilot, of the French Dual Language Immersion class at her elementary school. Erin earned a BA in French Studies from Louisiana State University, where she was a member of the Golden Band from Tigerland. She also holds a M.ED from The University of Texas at Austin and completed her principal certification at Stephen F. Austin University. Mrs. Barbier has taught in the Dallas area, Eanes ISD, and was most recently the World Languages Coordinator with Austin ISD.
Mrs. Barbier believes that all students can achieve and each student has a unique and special gift.
When not at work, she loves spending time with her family, including the pup Roux, working on crafts, and just relaxing! She looks forward to getting to know all of our Anderson students and families.
11th grade Assistant Principal
Math, Fine Arts, ESL
Michael Shackelford is originally from Birmingham, Alabama, but he's called Austin home since 2004. Michael graduated from Furman University in Greenville, South Carolina in 2003, and he received his Master's in Education Leadership and Principal's Certification from the University of North Texas in 2017. Michael worked at O. Henry Middle School from 2009 until 2021; he started as a substitute teacher his first year, became a Social Studies teacher, and eventually became the campus Instructional Coach. He was the head cheerleading coach at O. Henry for eleven years, and he also coached Soccer and Track. Outside of school, you can find Michael enjoying his family and friends or spending time with his dog, Thor, and his cat, Atticus. He enjoys weightlifting and all things Marvel. Michael is very excited to be at Anderson High School, and he's even more excited to be a part of this amazing community!
10th grade Assistant Principal
Science, Special Education
Robin Spencer hails from the cold wintery climates of the north but has been in Austin for over 25 years. Ms. Spencer attended Ryerson University where she received her B. A. in early childhood education and then attended York University where she received her M.Ed. in primary education. She received her M.Ed. in administration from Concordia University in 2015. When she first arrived in Austin, Ms. Spencer worked as a teacher liaison at a residential treatment center in S. Austin. She first joined the AISD team at Burnet MS then spent the last several years at Murchison MS both as a special education teacher and as an administrator. She joined the Anderson team in February of 2020. Her favorite pastimes are working with Amos, the therapy dog, visiting libraries and nursing homes, rolling around on the floor with her cat Wilie, and playing video games on her PS4.