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  • Jolanda Jones
    Second VP/DIstrict IV- HISD School Board
    Attorney/Law Office of Jolanda Jones
    Criminal Justice 1
  • Susan Pennebaker
    Principal and COO
    Pennebaker, Inc.
    Class XLI
  • Kendra Thomas
    Legal Review Manager
    MHMRA of Harris County
    Criminal Justice 4
  • Sherry Weesner
    President
    SMW Principle Solutions
    Community Development Class 1
  • Bruce Coe
    Assistant Director, Development
    The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
    Class XXXIII
  • Jacqueline Bostic McElroy
    Assistant District Attorney
    Fort Bend County District Attorney's Office
    Class XLVIII
  • Cheryl Peters
    Executive Director, Honors and Weekend College
    Houston Community College
    Education Class 4
  • Reagan Flowers
    CEO
    CSTEM Teacher and Student Support Services, Inc.
    Education Class 1
  • Don Wukasch
    Retired Physician, Cardiovascular Surgeon
    University of Texas, Texas Heart Institute
    Class I
  • Juan Morales
    Director of Public Affairs
    Walmart
    Class XLII
  • Sherman Lewis
    Founder/CEO
    Lewis Group
    Class XXX
  • Rebecca White
    Former President and CEO
    Houston Area Women's Center
    Class XXIX
  • Taryn Sims
    President
    Wulfe Management Services, Inc.
    Class XXXI
  • Ivette Mayo
    President
    Yo Soy I Am, LLC
    Community Development Class 2
  • Starla Reichek
    Assistant to the President, HFT
    Houston ISD
    Medical Community Class 4
  • Jack Doherty
    President & CEO
    The Doherty Group, LLC
    Class XVI
  • Martha Montalvo
    Executive Assistant Chief
    Houston Police Department
    Criminal Justice 3
  • Beatrice Garza
    Retired - President and Chief Executive Officer
    AAMA
    Class XXIII
  • Roger Harris
    Development Specialist Manager
    Houston First
    Class XXXIX
  • Ange Finn
    AAMET Certified EFT Practitioner (Stress Relief and Wellness)
    Tap Into Yourself, LLC
    Class XXIX
  • Allan Van Fleet
    Partner
    Van Fleet LP
    Class XXVI
  • L. James Bankston
    Retired - Senior Minister
    St. Paul's United Methodist Church
    Class XXVI
  • Stephen Klineberg
    Professor of Sociology, Founding Director, Kinder Institute for Urban Research
    Rice University
    Class X
  • Marie Arcos
    Vice President, Governmental and Community Affairs
    YMCA of Greater Houston
    Class XLVII
  • William King

    Class VI
  • Debra Schmidt
    Retired - Major
    Harris County Sheriff's Office
    Criminal Justice 3
  • Margaret Wallace Brown
    Interim Director, Planning and Development
    City of Houston
    Class XLVIII
  • Darren Asher
    Deputy Asst. Director
    Houston Dept. Of Health & Human Services
    Medical Community Class 5
  • Sharon Murphy
    Partner
    McConnell Jones Lanier & Murphy LLP
    Class XXIII
  • George Hanks
    United States District Judge
    US District Court for the Southern District of Texas
    Class XXIV
  • Melanie Flowers
    Attorney
    Flowers Firm, P.C.
    Criminal Justice 2
  • Audrey Trotti
    Founder and President
    Watershed Market
    Class XXXIII
  • Dale Trevino
    President
    The Trevino Group
    Class XXII
  • Remmele Young
    Associate Vice Chancellor, Governmental & External Affairs
    Houston Community College
    Class XLIV
  • Charles Gregg
    Attorney & Counselor
    Class XVII
  • Carol Oeller
    Retired--Director
    Harris County Pretrial Services
    Criminal Justice 4
  • Sandra Salazar
    Managing Director - Energy Group
    PNC Financial Services Group
    Class XXXVII
  • Chau Nguyen
    Chief Marketing and Development Officer
    Houston Area Women's Center
    Class XLVII
  • Barbara Litchfield Anderson
    Principal/President
    Litchfield & Willis Inc.
    Class IV
  • Richard Beech
    Senior Safety Officer
    Johnson & Johnson, DePuy Synthes
    Medical Community Class 4
  • Pamela Potter
    Director Practice Operations
    Houston Methodist Specialty Physician Group
    Medical Community Class 5
  • Hector Monterroso
    Bishop Assistant
    Episcopal Diocese of Texas
    Class XLVII
  • Arturo DeLeon

    Attorney At Law
    Class XXII
  • Caprice Cosper
    Retired - Director
    Office of Criminal Justice Coordination - Harris County
    Criminal Justice 1
  • Samuel Golden
    Managing Director and CEO
    Alvarez & Marsal Financial Institutions Advisory
    Class XX
  • Yolanda Smith
    Executive Director
    NAACP
    Class XLII
  • Leslie Smith, II
    Director
    Change Happens Community Development Corporation and Change Happens Ministry
    Class XXVI
  • Algenita Davis
    Director
    Lewis Affiliated, Inc.
    Class XVIII
  • John Sargent
    Professor of Psychiatry & Pediatrics
    Tufts Medical Center
    Medical Community Class 2

ALF Senior Fellows

ALF Fellows and Senior Fellows number more than 4,500 nationwide. In Houston, they have created a network that brings together a broad cross-section of leaders committed to building a stronger community.  To date, we have now graduated forty-one General Fellows classes and eighteen Sector classes (with approximately twenty-five diverse leaders each) – five in health care, five in public education, five in criminal justice, two in community development and one in workforce development.  Fellows are selected by a committee composed of former participants in the program who are charged with recruiting a class that truly reflects the diversity of Greater Houston and who show outstanding leadership and potential, as evidenced by:

  • their achievement of positions of significant responsibility and leadership, both at work and in the community,
  • integrity,
  • professional stature, showing excellence in or contributions made to their professional or occupational field, and
  • willingness to challenge their own assumptions and increase their understanding and awareness of others.

These Fellows are drawn from the arts, nonprofits, corporations, government and politics, media, education, the professions, philanthropy and religion, and are diverse along many dimensions.  ALF Fellows apply their leadership acumen and honed skills in major corporations and small businesses, in elected and appointed positions at the local, state and national level, and in religious, cultural, and other nonprofit organizations.

 

 

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