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Gregg Harrison is a local attorney who has been practicing personal
injury law since 2001. Gregg attended the University of
Hartford for undergraduate school and then received his
JD from Thurgood Marshall School of Law in Houston.
Gregg has one son Max, 12, who attends Lanier Middle
School. Gregg and Max stay pretty busy with West
University Little League baseball, school and traveling to
Gregg is on the boards of Urban Angels Houston, Simply
Clean Water and The Great Age Movement. In
addition to his law practice and being a dad, Gregg owns
a photo-booth company that has supported and donated
to many charities in Houston. Gregg is also the founder
of Houston Power Lawyers which is an attorney social
organization that helps raise money for local and national
Photography, painting, writing, design, and fashion are an
integral part of Gregg's interests and everyday life away
from his law firm and business.
Gregg Harrison's Donation
Known as the vintage influencer in corporate America and Ms.
Houston Vintage 2016, Mimi Irvin “aka” OfficialCorporateChic
is far from ordinary. Mrs. Mimi Irvin was born in Yokosuka,
Japan and comes from a military background. She received a
Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from
Southern University A&M College in Baton Rouge, LA.
Mrs. Irvin went on a whim and started a fashion blog called
Corporate Chic on Facebook to inspire women to think outside
the box with their corporate fashion, while accomplishing it on
budget. Within a couple of months of her “whim blogging,”
one of her social media confirmations of being a fashionista
was being voted by many she didn’t know as the Vizions IN
Fashion Online Contest Winner in 2013. She has been
recognized as 2016 Houston’s Most Fashionable, 2017
Houston’s Most Influential Trailblazer, brand
ambassador and volunteer for Magpies & Peacock which is a
nonprofit 501c3 design house based in Houston, Texas, and
Ms. Houston Vintage 2016. Her current following on Facebook,
Instagram and other social networks stands over 38K followers
and this number is continuously growing. Mrs. Irvin is the
owner of her very own online Vintage Shop MeYe Label
(pronounced MY Label) and designer of a new accessory
collection called MeYe Chic Bow Ties. Mimi’s mission is to
inspire women that they can "Dress the Part, Shop Smart".
In various featured guest appearances, Mimi expresses her
passion of being a huge fan of vintage, self-branding and
communicates her inspiration to women to and their "treasure
find" and honestly say it's “MeYe Label".
Mrs. Irvin is a firm believer that DREAMS can be accomplished
no matter the age, race or gender.
Mrs. Irvin and her husband Sustin Irvin currently live in Katy,
Texas. They have two sons: Sustin II age 16 and Rason age 15.
Mimi Irvin's Donation
Katina—or Kat, as most people call her—is an accomplished businesswoman, former advertising executive, and international model. Kat is now one of Houston’s leading beauty industry experts, often appearing on Fox News and other platforms. As a coach to aging women everywhere, she provides advice on looking as good on the outside as one feels on the inside.
Kat is currently the owner of Renew Body Contouring and Med Spa, Houston’s top-rated address for body contouring and leader in cellulite reduction, skin tightening, and other non-surgical procedures. She is renowned for her trusted expertise in numerous anti-aging procedures, and her clinic is frequently featured by many local media outlets.
She has a longstanding dedication to fundraising for worthy causes, and always has, even as a young girl. She donates countless time and energy to help Houston women and children live a better life. If you have not attended one of her events or benefits yet, make sure you do as they are occasions you won’t want to miss!
Katina Kearns' Donation
Marie Taylor Bosarge is the Founder, President and Director of Music Doing Good, Inc., a non-profit arts organization which inspires and transforms lives through innovative music-based programming and performance experiences. Music Doing Good has three outreach programs which bring musical enrichment to children in underserved communities. The organization provides an in-school program to Houston area Title I schools, instruments to students and schools, and scholarships for music lessons to students. Music Doing Good touches the lives of thousands of individuals annually by creating a world where we all live in concert.
In addition to her work with Music Doing Good, Marie is the Director and Vice President of Capital Technologies, Inc. (“CapTech”), which manages the holding and business, investment, and philanthropic activities of various trusts for the benefit of the Bosarge family. CapTech manages multiple operation companies, philanthropic projects, and various investment holding companies. Marie is a member of the Board of Trustees for the Houston Symphony and the University of Houston Moores Society and a member of the Advisory Boards for University of St Thomas and Casa de Esperanza de los Niños, Inc. Marie was recently inducted in 2017 into the University of Houston’s Ezekiel W. Cullen Society which recognizes and celebrates the university’s most generous donors. These recognized donors are the alumni, parents, and friends whose past support has played a sustaining role in improving the lives of countless people in the community and around the world who benefit from UH’s teaching, research, and outreach programs. Other organizations Marie donates to include MD Anderson Cancer Center (Houston), American Association for Cancer Research – Ki Hong Award, Texas Children’s Hospital, A Glimmer of Hope. The Bosarge Family also donates to Stem for Life Foundation, American Association for Cancer Research, Texas Public Policy Foundation, University of St. Thomas (Houston), Texans for Lawsuit Reform, George W. Bush Foundation, Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Science (Maine), Houston Museum of Natural Science, Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens, Bosarge Family Aquatic Center at Boothbay Region YMCA (Maine), Texas A&M Foundation – The Bush School of Government & Public Service and Jobs for Maine’s Graduates, Inc. – JMG. Other donations to organizations include the Dakota Territory Air Museum, The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, The Opera House at Boothbay Harbor (Maine), Cuckolds Fog Signal and Light Station Council (Maine), and Howell Opera House (Michigan).
Additionally, The Bosarge Family Office is home to another educational non-profit organization, Texas Flying Legends Museum. The museum is dedicated to teaching the history of World War II through the “Warbirds” that contributed greatly to the Allied victory. Their mission is “Honoring past generations and inspiring the leaders of tomorrow through active display of WWII Warbirds.” Students who participate in Music Doing Good outreach programs are often invited to the museum to add value to their educational experience. When the film “Red Tails” was released, Music Doing Good in Schools ushered more than 250 students to see the film and visit the Texas Flying Legends Museum to view the airplanes and hear firsthand accounts of WWII from several of the legendary Tuskegee Airmen. They all came away from the event with the mantra, “Never Give Up!”
Marie obtained her B.A. in Education and a minor in Interior Design from Southeastern Louisiana University and is an alumnae member of the Sorority Sigma Sigma Sigma. She spent a number of years writing poetry, while teaching school. She is married to Dr. W.E. Bosarge, Jr.
Marie Bosarge's Donation
D’Artagnan Bebel currently serves as Vice President, General Manager of 3 operating units for the Fox Television Stations Division of News Corporation including: Fox 26 KRIV-TV, MY 20 KTXH-TV and Fox26Houston.com in Houston, Texas since January 2000. He was promoted to his current position from Memphis, TN where he was Vice President, General Manager at Fox 13 WHBQ-TV for two years. Mr. Bebel has been in broadcasting for over thirty years serving in a variety of sales and sales management positions for companies including Fox, CBS and The Dispatch Group.
In his current position, recent career accomplishments include: expanding local newscasts from 35.5 to 52.5 hours per week; conceived popular news franchise segments: WHAT’S YOUR POINT, FOX FACEOFF, THE ISIAH FACTOR:UNCENSORED, PEOPLE FOR $ALE: HOUSTON’S DIRTY LITTLE SECRET, DARK SECRETS: UNCOVERING CHILD PREDATORS and the Emmy Award winning, MYFOXHOUSTONLIVE!com. He planned and executed the merger of KTXH station operations with KRIV in 2006.
D’Artagnan is a proud graduate of Howard University in Washington, DC where he received a Bachelor of Arts, Cum Laude in Broadcast Management. He went on to attend Columbia University Graduate School of Business in his hometown of New York City where he received a Masters of Business Administration, Magna Cum Laude in Marketing. In September of 2000, Mr. Bebel was bestowed with the Howard University School of Communications Legacy Alumnus of The Year Award and has his picture on permanent display in the school.
Mr. Bebel has served on several Boards, some of which have included: Committee Co-Chair: Houston Super Bowl LI Host Committee, City of Houston Mayor’s Human Trafficking Task Force Committee, Houston Region Amber Alert Program, Harmony Charter Schools Advisory Board, Texas Association of Broadcasters, 2006 Board Chairman, Better Business Bureau of Houston, Zina Garrison’s All-Court Tennis Academy, The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion, Minority Media & Telecommunications Council Brain Trust, American Women In Radio & Television Advisory Board, Star of Hope Mission, Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation International, and the Houston Area Urban League. He and his wife, Angela, have served as National Co-Chairs for the American Tennis Association 87th National Championships, and as Honorary Co-Chairs for the Mental Health & Mental Retardation Association Gala and the Sisters Network 6th Annual National African American Breast Cancer Walk.
In addition to Mr. Bebel’s service on various Boards, he is in high demand as a keynote speaker for various galas and community events, as well as a motivational speaker for colleges and schools. He was invited to perform with the Houston Symphony as Special Guest Narrator for several performances of “Peter & The Wolf.”
Mr. Bebel is the recipient of numerous awards including: several Certificates of U.S. Congressional Recognition for Community Service, NAACP-Drum Major For Justice Award, Children At Risk-Outstanding Community Service Award, MLK Dream Keepers Award, National Association of Minorities In Cable-Distinction in Communications Award, City Of Houston Proclamation-“D’Artagnan Bebel Day,” Alpha Kappa Alpha-Celebration of Soaring Achievement Award. He has been recognized by American Women In Radio & TV as the Houston market’s “Best TV Station Manager” for an unprecedented two years in a row in 2007and 2008.
He and his wife Angela, have been married for 30 years and are the proud parents of four: D’Artagnan II, 2 year Captain of Men’s Tennis Team and Academic All-American graduate of Southwestern University; Alysia, graduate of University of Houston and twins Julian and Kalina, currently college students. Mr. Bebel served as Coach for his older son’s USTA Jr. Team Tennis, 14 & Under Division when they won the 2002 Texas State Championship. D’Artagnan, self describes himself as a “weekend warrior who likes to watch sports, but would rather be playing.” He is a competitive tennis player and has been a USTA Texas State ranked player. He is an SSI Certified Master Diver & Assistant SCUBA Instructor; an NRA Certified Firearms Instructor; a certified Texas Department of Safety LTC Instructor. He also plays golf, enjoys boating, biking, travel, food and wine and the performing arts. He and his family reside in The Woodlands, TX.
His purpose in life is to improve the lives of those in the community within which he lives and works, and to someday enjoy life living on a beach on an exotic island, as the owner-operator of a shaved ice hut, beach bar, dive shop and charter boat rental business.
D'Artagnan Bebel's Donation
Jacy Cooper, is the co-owner of Sette, a fashion forward boutique located at 2606 Westheimer. Pronounced Sèt-te, Sette is the Italian word for the number “seven,” but to Jacy and her sister, Kady Smalley, it signifies “the time and space between us."
Sette offers a unique and personalized one-on-one shopping experience to help evaluate each client’s closet and ensure their needs are met for the current and upcoming seasons.
Jacy Cooper’s entrepreneurial spirit led her to open Stems & Co., a local floral and event planning studio, which later led to her involvement of the conceptual process within Clark Cooper Concepts. She and her husband, Grant Cooper, spend most of their time chasing their two kids, Caymus & Gjelina and dreaming up more concepts to build in Houston.
Jacy Cooper's Donation
Professionally, Jillian Day is a fundraising generalist with more than five years of experience in various roles. As a Director of Development at the Houston Zoo, she now focuses on individual giving by connecting donors with meaningful opportunities to save wildlife. Previously, she built out the volunteer program and managed the fundraising team at Vita-Living, Inc, a social services that serves adults with developmental disabilities. Prior to her career in fundraising, Jillian worked in healthcare consulting for seven years. She specialized in team effectiveness and program evaluation first at UTHealth and then at MD Anderson. Jillian holds a Master's in Sociology from Portland State University with a minor in Statistics and a graduate certificate from the UTHealth School of Biomedical Informatics.
Personally, Jillian married into Texas by meeting a native-born Houstonian while living in Florida, her home state. She and her husband now live in Sugar Land with their many cats and spend most of their free time with both families. Causes related to underserved populations and animals are closest to Jillian's heart and where she volunteers. She's also deeply involved with her local professional organization, the Association for Fundraising Professionals, as a board member.
Jillian Day's Donation
Sheila is a shareholder with Briggs & Veselka Co, Houston’s largest independent accounting firm. She is an attorney-CPA and offers a powerful blend of financial expertise and legal perspective to her clients. Sheila joined B&V in 2007 and currently serves on the Firm’s six-member Executive Committee of the Board of Directors, where she actively participates in the Firm’s management, and development and implementation of the long-term strategic goals of the Firm.
Sheila received her degree in Public Accounting from Mercy College, her MBA from Long Island University, and completed her JD from the University of Houston Law Center. She is currently the president of the Houston CPA Society, and serves on the board of the Texas Society of CPAs (TSCPA), and a member of the Governing Council of the American Institute of CPAs (AICPA). Sheila also serves on the Foundation Board of Houston Public Media (HPM). She is also a member of the State Bar of Texas and the Houston Bar Association.
Sheila grew up in the Philippines and came to the United States in 1992 as a student to pursue her undergraduate degree. She ended up staying after graduation and since moving to the United States, has lived in New York, Rhode Island, and now, Texas. Outside of the office, Sheila loves to spend time with her family – husband, Jose, and two sons, Anthony (14) and Jacob (7). She also loves to travel, read, and play tennis and golf.
Sheila Enriquez's Donation
Harry and Tracy Faulkner
Harry, an Indianapolis native and Purdue University alumnus, moved to Houston 34 years ago to work for Shell Oil then obtaining his Masters in Petroleum Engineering from University of Houston (Go Coogs!). In 2004, after retiring as the President of the National Concierge Association, Tracy moved to Houston and has been here ever since. They both consider themselves true “TEXANS!”
Tracy and Harry met at a Leukemia and Lymphoma Society charity event, and they have been inseparable ever since. They’ve both been a Man and Woman of the Year Candidate for the LLS raising over $135K in their 10 week runs. Currently, Tracy is an ambassador and co-chair for the iWrite Literacy Organization and the Gala Auction Chair of Houston Achievement Place. She has also recently been appointed to the Mayor’s Task Force on Human Trafficking. Harry is a seasoned veteran in oil and gas, and serves as the sole petrophysicist for Hilcorp Energy, the largest private oil company in Houston.
Today, Tracy and Harry live with their son, Robby, and their four rescue dogs via The Friends of BARC, of which they’ve just been named this year’s Honorary Chairs. They are active and involved parents--Harry has been a Den Leader, Assistant Coach and Dugout Dad, and Tracy supports Robby as a Scout Leader, Team Mom, Room Mom, and overall cool mom on the block. The Faulkners believe in education equality and mentor schoolchildren despite their busy schedules—Tracy mentors students from 3rd to 8th grade at four schools each week, and Harry is known as “Coach Harry” by his mentees in the Chess Club at Yellow Stone Academy, which he started.
The couple lends their name, talent and home to countless charities, and have chaired events for many including: Big Brothers & Big Sisters, Elves & More, Friends of BARC, The KNOW Autism Foundation and Houston Achievement Place. In 2015, Tracy and Harry co-chaired The Women’s Home Gala “Landmarks & Legacies” the same year she walked the runway as a reNew & reDo model. We are thrilled to have her back this year and to welcome Harry to the runway too!
Harry and Tracy Faulkner's Donation
Zenobia Harris Bivens
Zenobia Harris Bivens is a native of San Angelo, Texas. After graduating from Northwestern University School of Law, Zenobia moved back home to practice law in Houston, Texas. At the start of her career, Zenobia clerked for the Honorable Carl E. Stewart, Chief Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit. She also clerked for the Honorable Justice Dale Wainwright (ret.) of the Texas Supreme Court. Currently, Zenobia is an attorney for the law firm of Berg & Androphy, where she primarily practices commercial business litigation, including oil and gas, contract, and securities litigation; qui tam litigation; and white collar criminal defense. Zenobia also is helping her firm develop a pro bono program that provides free representation in criminal cases to residents of Houston’s Fifth Ward.
Zenobia is the wife of Darvell Bivens, an elementary school math and science teacher, and the proud mother of their handsome two-year-old son, Dean.
Zenobia Harris Bivens' Donations
A native Houstonian, Victoria loves the diversity and uniqueness our city has to offer. Victoria uses her talents for many causes that fight for human rights, currently focusing on transgender issues. Victoria's love for her city, and all who call it home, has made it her goal in life to spread love and acceptance to all. Victoria Hellyer's Donation
Staci Henderson is a long time fundraiser, chairing
countless luncheons and galas and raising well over a
million dollars in the past few years alone. She co-owns
JoyBox Flowers and Philanthropic Fetes. She volunteers
her time and creativity to numerous charitable
organizations, which have included The Diabetes
Association, Jamie’s Hope, Learn Grow Lead, Houston
Children Give Back, Love146, Texas Children’s Hospital,
MD Anderson Cancer Center, Fresh Arts, Child Builders,
The Wade Smith Foundation, City Artworks, Virtuosi of
Houston and countless others.
She serves on the board of Houston Children Give Back,
which encourages a giving heart, philanthropy and action
among Houston’s children. She is a supporter of the
Leukemia and Lymphoma Society and is a member of the
“Be the Match” donor program.
She is an avid lover of fashion and was honored as Lights
Camera Action Houston’s “Fashionista of the Month” as
well as nominated as one of Houston’s top “Style Makers”
in Houston by CultureMap Magazine.
Staci Henderson's Donation
Leisa Holland-Nelson is Partner, Vice-President/CMO of ASTOUNDZ, Houston’s first One Click, One Search, One Company resource for all things Interactive, Optimized Responsive Websites, SEO, Social Media and Business Solutions, where she is responsible for sales, marketing and the brand. She is also the author and voice of "Women Mean Busine$$", a weekly segment focusing on extraordinary women, on The BusinessMakers Show seen on-line on HiDriveTV.net and heard on 20 radio stations across the U.S.
Ms. Holland-Nelson, a fifth-generation Houstonian, was honored to be named one of Houston’s Fifty Most Influential Women, a Senior Fellow of The American Leadership Forum, two-time Chair of the Board of the Greater Houston Women’s Chamber of Commerce, one of HBJ/ Mass Mutual’s Powerful Women in Entrepreneurship, a Celebrated Entrepreneur by Houston Technology Center, a Greater Houston Women’s Chamber of Commerce Breakthrough Woman, and an ABC/Channel 13 Woman of Distinction.
Leisa Holland-Nelson's Donation
Aike is a Frank Sinatra fan who practices graphic design – in that order. He’s currently a senior designer at Limb Design where he creates and conceptualizes for clients such as the SuperBowl LI, Houston Southeast District, Grace’s Restaurant, and most importantly, The Women’s Home. He is a proud father to his daughter-puppy, Zi Zi Gabor. Aike Jamaluddin's Donation
Van is the girl next door – in high heels and with high ideals! A giant among women of shorter stature, she believes good things come in small packages and it’s the little things that count, like short accountants. She’s a Rice alum, with her geek on fleek! Also a Francophile, elle est chic! By day, she walks a tightrope 74 floors up from the ground and banks on her smarts with her colleagues in Private Wealth Management. By night, she is a catwalking crusader for The Women’s Home.
As a model citizen and citizen model, she serves on Bank of America’s Board of Community Volunteers and champions active volunteerism with many local nonprofits. With her love for jazz and swing-era dances, she has been a long-time member and instructor with The Houston Swing Dance Society. Besides danceology, her other interests include mixology, Netflixology and Anthropologie! She has 23 followers on Instagram (of which no more than 7 are family). Look out for her in the next Justice League movie as Catwalk Woman, fighting for women everywhere!
Van Ngo's Donation
Michael Pearce is a married father of three, in-house counsel for an energy company, society blogger for The Houston Chronicle's Chron.com, and host of Eyes On Houston for Houston Life on KPRC2. He has chaired countless events, including reNew and reDo last year, and sits on several boards. He is also in recovery and shares his story every year with the women of The Women's Home on his sobriety anniversary. He has won several awards throughout his career but he says his greatest reward is making people laugh. Michael Pearce's Donation
Brad Rossacci serves as Director of Innovation for 900lbs of Creative and is a globally recognized thought leader in innovation. Brad often refers to himself as an opportunity excavator, challenge crusher, and just an all around creative nerd. He is incredibly thankful to architect tactical breakthroughs in innovation through the collisions of science, technology, and design. As the result of extensive work in the blended discipline, Brad’s story is evolving how we excavate unforeseen opportunities, crush unsolvable challenges, elevate the human experience, and achieve optimal outcome.
His primary focus is incubated through a Mars-Shot challenge: “How might we utilize the complex systems of science, technology, and design to simplify and exponentially evolve the human experience?
He is an advocate for education, STEAM, aerospace, community engagement, the start-up economy, emerging technologies as tools, people being awesome, and the power of the brilliant city of Houston, to name a few; and serves in a number of board and advisory positions to activate perspectivism and elevate how we evolve these landscapes.
Brad loves to experience every moment of life with his beautiful wife through once in a lifetime style experiences; embarking on wild cross-country road trips, engaging in cozy city walks, enjoying seaside conversations and reading, discovering the natural intimacy of our breathtaking planet, finding new trails to run, engaging in Instagram worthy food + drink; + deep diving into any moment that motivates the mind to erupt with excitement.
Brad Rossacci's Donation
Ally Shell – van Koolwijk, wife, mother, sister, fashion philanthropist, and lover of Houston fashion, food and philanthropy. Houston Chronicle’s ‘It Girl” finds inspiration thru the environment and by those with whom she surrounds herself with. Shell regularly contributes to several non-profits and arts organizations, serving on a committee, chairing an event, donating money, time or staffing including and not limited to the Fashion Group International, Inc of Houston, Mercury Orchestra, Art League of Houston, Recipe for Success, Dress for Success, Women’s Home and more. Ally’s favorite accessory and brother Jeff together run The Shells Neal Hamil Agency and are known as the goto agency for booking fashion models and commercial talent. The dynamic duo also focus on supporting local designers with the Little Black Dress Scholarship program and FashionHtx showcasing emerging designers. Wife to her adorable Dutch hubby, Martijn and mother to their three amazing children Halla, Rijk and Rollo and the families bitchapoo, Sir JackHilton.
Ally Shell's Donation
Jeff Shell is a principal at the Neal Hamil Model and Talent Agency of
Texas since 1997. Established in 1984, Neal Hamil Agency has several
divisions including fashion, runway, commercial, talent, fitness, plus-size
and kids. The agency reps models, actors, hair and makeup artists, stylists
and more, and they coordinate and produce fashion shows, special
events, TV commercials, advertising and marketing services, and more.
Established in 2008, Jeff Shell is the founder and executive director of the
Little Black Dress Designer Foundation, one of Texas’ largest fashion-based
competitions for students in fashion design, giving away over $100,000 in
scholarships to students who participate in the challenge to remake the
Shell has been rubbing elbows with international fashion designers for 15
years including Carmen Marc Valvo, Naeem Khan, Badgley Mischka,
Carolina Herrera, J. Mendel, Monique Lhuillier, Nicole Miller, Narciso
Rodriguez, Tory Burch and more.
Established in 2005, Jeff Shell founded the Green Valentine. Taking root as
a community tree planting at Stude Park in the Heights, the Green
Valentine has sprouted up as a series of green-minded events promoting
our love of community, living a sustainable lifestyle, and supporting all
things local. What better time of year than Valentine’s month to feature
local artists and craftsmen, music, food and non-profits we adore.
Shell regularly contributes to several non-profits and arts organizations,
serving on a committee, chairing an event, donating money, time or
staffing including the Fashion Group International, Inc of Houston, Houston
Grand Opera, Houston Ballet, the Alley Theatre, DiverseWorks, Recipe for
Success, Dress for Success and more. Jeff is also an artist, entrepreneur,
photographer, gardener, raises chickens, amongst other things. Jeff Shell's Donation
Todd is a native Texan who has lived in Houston for over 19 years. Todd has worked for CORT, a Berkshire Hathaway Company, for over twenty five years where he works with over 250 non-profit supportive housing organizations and treatment facilities across the country, which allows him the ability to tap into his passion for philanthropy. In addition to working with the CORT offices nationally in providing furniture solutions for these organizations and recovery centers, he works with key community leaders who can help fundraise and find volunteers to further their goal of reducing homelessness and achieving recovery. He currently sits on the Board of Directors for the Texas Homeless Network in Austin, The Way Home marketing committee for the Houston Coalition for the Homeless and the Advisory Council for US VETS. Todd Shell's Donation
Overseeing Clark Cooper Concepts Marketing, Public Relations and Social Media efforts, Shannon brings expertise from a Corporate Communications and Culinary Background. Upon graduation from Southern Methodist University, Shannon served as a Strategic and Crisis Communications Associate for Perry Street Communications before attending Culinary Institute LeNotre. Upon receiving her Culinary degree, Shannon spent time as a cook for Oxheart Restaurant in Houston and noma in Copenhagen. Shannon Smith's Donation
Karan K. Sra, M.D., FAAD is an award-winning
dermatologist who works at both Houston Skin
Associates and Adara Medical Spa in Houston, Texas. Dr.
Sra is a native Houstonian who received her
undergraduate degree from the University of Texas at
Austin before attending medical school, internship, and
Dermatology residency at the University of Texas
Medical Branch at Galveston. She is an active member of
her community, and has made charitable contributions to
The Women’s Home, the Latin Women’s Initiative, and
the American Cancer Society.
Karan Sra's Donation
Beth Wolff is a woman of recognized vision and accomplishment. A graduate of the University of Texas, she has built a successful residential real estate business, founded in 1978, while establishing herself as a leader in every aspect of her community. Her commitment to customer service has served as the guide for the firm’s 40+ Realtors and set a standard for residential Realtors.
Involved in every aspect of the Houston Association of Realtors, Beth has been recognized by the group with the prestigious Presidential Citation, the John E. Wolf Citizenship Cup and served as Chair in 1992.
Beth has been appointed to serve the city by five different mayors, with her most recent appointment on the Houston Planning Commission. She served on the boards of the Better Business Bureau, Greater Houston YMCA, Greater Houston Partnership, American Red Cross, Houston Symphony League and is the president of the Houston Symphony League. Beth also co-chaired the Steering Committee for Opportunity Houston.
She is honored to be in the Junior Achievement Hall of Achievement, a recipient of the NCJW Faith & Humanity Award, and the Greater Houston Women’s Chamber Hall of Fame. Most recently recognized as a Houston Business Legend, Beth is honored to be a 2014 Woman of Distinction.
Beth Wolff's Donations
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