Having served in a variety of profit and nonprofit organizations, Tina Lee brings a wide array of skills to her position as Executive Director. Her experience includes: overseeing the operations of an entire organization, setting HR policies and procedures, coordinating various fundraising initiatives, hiring personnel, budgeting and financial forecasting, and working closely with the Board of Directors to support the vision and mission of the organization’s on-going activities. Her leadership skills are well recognized in the community and by organizations such as the Chamber of Commerce, the Lion’s Club, and Rotary Club. With her excellent communication and customer service skills, she is well respected within the business community as well as among churches and organizations. Tina brings a wealth of experience from over eight years of working for a nonprofit food pantry where she first became a volunteer, then was hired as office manager, and finally promoted to Executive Director of the entire organization. Tina knows what it takes to run a successful nonprofit and maintain excellent communication with individuals, churches, businesses and organizations that support the mission and vision.
As a former business owner, Gail Wilhelm brings over twenty-five years of experience in management development and performance improvement in the public and private sector. As an advocate for the poor in the community, she possesses a keen insight in determining social needs, and then coordinating fundraising activities with key personnel to mobilize available resources and provide for the poor in the community. She has the unique ability to foster positive relationships between groups in the community. For the past 10 years, Gail has worked with PfISD social workers who assist the low-income and homeless families in Pflugerville. Many families have benefited from resources they have received through her community awareness and fundraising efforts.
Branch Manager, Woodforest National Bank
National Property Subrogation Supervisor, Farmers Insurance
A mother of seven and grandmother of six, Allison Herrera works as a Claims Supervisor at Farmers Insurance where she has worked for the past 30+ years. She has a Bachelor's degree in Management/Human Resource Development from Park University. In her spare time, she delivers Meals on Wheels weekly in the Pflugerville area, visits residents at a local nursing home, volunteers at food pantries, and has spent time helping to rebuild homes with SBP in San Marcos. She also enjoys volunteering at her church, Fellowship - Round Rock, in various capacities including the Concierge team. She desires to serve her community by sharing her love and compassion with others.
Attorney & Counselor at Law, Campos & Cunningham, LLP
Steve Campos has experience in a wide array of civil law, with a concentration in family law. He earned a business degree from Stephen F. Austin State University and graduated in 1989 from The University of Texas School of Law. In 1994, he formed Steve R. Campos, P.C.; and eventually partnered with Jack Cunningham to form Campos & Cunningham, LLP, a boutique law firm that has acquired a reputation for integrity and compassionate service. Steve is also an accomplished musician, having performed publicly with the piano and guitar since the 1970's; and continues to help lead worship at various churches and small groups. With his wife Julie and their two children, he remains active with the Austin community, including having volunteered at the Travis County Jail for over a decade. Steve strives to improve life in the city through his private practice, his innovations, and his service, giving all the glory and thanksgiving to the God he serves.