Hometown: Austin, TX
Education: BA in Sociology, BA in Criminal Justice and Criminology, Master of Public Administration (MPA), Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership (Ed.D.)
Career: Community Health Equity and Inclusion Division Manager, Tarrant County Public Health
Why is HOPE Farm important to me? HOPE Farm is important to me as I desire to see boys to grow up to be godly men leading with integrity in their homes, community, and the world. I have a heart for boys and want them to become the men that God has called them to be. As a single mother of two God-fearing, amazing young men, I understand that it continually takes a village to help raise and guide them. HOPE Farm provides a safe, loving, caring, and Christ-centered environment where boys can thrive and flourish academically, physically, emotionally, and spiritually. Not only do they get the support they need, but so do their mothers. We need more organizations like HOPE Farm serving our communities because our young boys are worth the investment!