logo logo


Board Members

The RRHA Board consists of five members, each of whom serves a two-year term. The board sets policy according to the U.S. Department of Urban Development (HUD) and governs the federally subsidized housing units in Round Rock. One of the five members must be a resident of one of the RRHA units. For the other four members there is no City residency requirement.


Sheila Hyde, Chairman

Sheila Hyde is an accomplished auditor/analyst with more than 27 years of experience in the public sector. She understands complex intergovernmental environments, values effective partnerships, and is very passionate about education and community development. Specializing in business process improvement, cost containment, and fiscal policy, Sheila works with stakeholders at all levels. At home, she has been active in many local boards and organizations including RRISD Partners in Education, Leadership Round Rock ISD, Round Rock Ethics Commission, and the Williamson County BCRC.

Sheila has earned both bachelor's and master's degrees in finance and management. When she isn't glued to a computer screen, Sheila spends time with her family and pets, learning to cook Mediterranean food, and trying very hard not to be the worst Pokémon Go player in the state.

Sheila was appointed as a Commissioner of the Round Rock Housing Authority in 2014. She was elected Chair in 2015, and was reappointed for an additional two year term in 2016.


Pastor Bernard Buhl, Vice-Chairman

Pastor Buhl currently serves as founder and Pastor of the One Way Baptist Church (OWBC) in Round Rock, Texas. He has served as Pastor for 21 years.

Pastor Buhl has earned a Bachelor's of Theology Degree and is currently working toward his Master's Degree.

In addition to serving on the board at the Round Rock Housing Authority, Pastor Buhl serves on the Round Rock Community Task force; Executive Leadership team for the Williamson Baptist Association; and the Black History Committee of Round Rock. He has also been selected to serve on the Ethic Board of Round Rock. Previously, Pastor Buhl served on the board of directors of the Round Rock Servicing Center for 2 years.


Susan Kinney, Commissioner


Tina Steiner Johnson, Commissioner

After attending school in Round Rock, Tina Steiner began work as a Paraprofessional in 1997. She returned to school to complete an Associates of Art from Austin Community College (ACC) then received a Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies from Texas State University in San Marcos, TX.  She is certified to teach all content grades 4-8 and Special Education Early Childhood through 12th grade.  Tina has recently earned her Master's in Reading with an Emphasis on Secondary Education and will begin her doctorate in Educational Leadership next month. She is a National Teaching Consultant with the National Writing Project.

Tina was appointed Commissioner of the Round Rock Housing Authority in March 2017.  She is a 47-year resident of Round Rock she is very active in the community. Tina is a member of El Amistad Club, NCC Truancy Diversion Intake Advisor, Chamber Of Commerce Infrastructure Council, Community Liaison for the Heart of Round Rock, Local Legend Selection Committee, and the Rodeo Austin Ambassador Committee.

She has participated in Leadership Round Rock and Citizens Police Academy (Class 2 and 29) and is a Williamson County Volunteer Deputy Voter Registrar and former Precinct 150 Chair for the Williamson County Democratic Party.

Sonia A. McMasters, Resident Commissioner

Sonia was born in a very strong conservative Democrat home. Her father taught her the work of politics by introducing her to elective officials. When she turned 18 years of age, she was able to choose whatever party she wanted to join. She chose to assist her community within the Republican Party. She does not use this power to receive anything in life. She understands some of this is an advantage and works as a team member to help others. That is the part that she loves in her life. She is affiliated with the political groups listed below:

  • Sect. for the Republican National Hispanic Assembly - State Chapter for the State of Texas

  • Sect. for the Republican National Hispanic Assembly - County Chapter Travis/Williamson

  • Outreach Coordinator for the Texas Republican Assembly (Williamson County)

  • Pct. Chairman for Pct. 150 (Downtown Round Rock) and was prior Pct. Chairman for Pct. 436 (which is now 423 at Stony Point High School)

Please send correspondence to any Board Member in care of:

 Round Rock Housing Authority, P.O. Box 781, Round Rock, TX 78680

Email us at: rrha.board@roundrockha.org






Copyright © Round Rock Housing Authority. All Rights Reserved.
Designed by USA CyberPages