Trustees and Advisory Board

Board of Trustees

Sarah Aguirre
Sarah Callahan Baker
Clarissa Barboza, Junior League of Houston, outside board rep*
Samuel F. Bowen, Jr.
Stacey Brod
Evelyn Valdez Capetillo
Ganesa Collins
Jason Consoli
Mark Dalton
Israel Favela
Tyrone Hill III, alumni representative
Donald Johnson, Ph.D.
Tammy Jones
James Lewis
Barbara Palmquist
Peter Pham
Alan G. Ratliff
Mauricio Vázquez
Jeffrey Wefel, Ph.D., ABPP
Byron Willeford


Advisory Board

Sofia Adrogué, P.C.
Edward R. Allen III
John N. Andell
Leigh Ann Arnold
Rosemary Anthony, Ed.D
Caroline E. Baker
Barton R. Bentley
Suzanne Blakely
Alejandro J. Bolaños
Mary Lou Cabrera
Jennifer Christ
Kelly P. Cliburn
Barbara M. Collie
Laura Mitchell Dalton
Bruce W. Derrick
Gardner Dudley
Felix Fraga
Al Galik
Cristina García Gamboa
Luke Gilman
Pamela S. Giraud
Alfred C. Glassell III
Sandra S. Godfrey
Carlos Gonzalez
Lincoln Goodwin
Janice C. Hall
Eugene Blake Hawk

The Honorable Belinda J. Hill
Wendy J. Hines
Rose Hochner
Kay S. Holmes
Gary Hornberger
Ethel Emerson Hutcheson
Thomas Irwin
Jarvis D. Johnson
John W. Johnson
Kay Joyce
Mavis P. Kelsey III
Thomas R. Kelsey
Stephen L. Klineberg
A. John Knapp, Jr.
Reagan Kneese
Andrew Kollaer
Ruben Linares
Bruce Longaker
William N. Mathis
Edmund John McAleer III
George O. McDaniel III
Rebecca A. McDonald
David D. Medina
Ruthie Johnson Miller
M. Peter Morris
W. James Murdaugh, Jr.
Guadalupe Navarro, Jr.


Lisa Neblett
Brendan O’Leary
Leon M. Payne, Jr.
Brett Perlman
Larry A. Peterson
Mary K. Peterson
Belinda Phelps
Lori Pinder
Stephen M. Popp
Robert Sanborn
Ann G. Smith
Chrissie N. Stamey
Susan P. Stasney
W. Spencer Stasney
Ryan Synnott
Paul Teten
H. Grant Thomas, Jr.
Steven D. Timms
Robert Trainer III
Eliot P. Tucker
Payson E. Tucker
Robert H. Walls, Jr.
Barrett Webster
Eileen Westerman
Benjamin D. Wilcox
Francie Willis
Bess Baker Wilson

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