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A critical mass of the people in the society seeking the interests of others and not just their own and influencing their companies, communities, government agencies and any group to which they belong to do the same.
Mary Beth is a Fellow at the Child Trauma Academy where she provides training and consultation on grief / traumatic loss. She has her Masters' Degree in Social Work, and has served as a volunteer in a number of organizations. She is presently a volunteer with the Nobel Women's Initiative, Episcopal High School and Sylvan Rodriguez Elementary School, and she serves as a Council Member of The University of Texas at Austin's School of Social Work Advisory Council.
Chris is the Business Development Director for Trice Education Resources, Inc. Prior to joining Trice, Chris served as Interim President & CEO of the Center for Houston’s Future. He earned his MBA from Clark Atlanta University, and his BBA from Texas State University.
Dr. Fustok is the Director of the Institute of Cosmetic Surgery and has a private practice specializing in plastic, reconstructive and cosmetic surgery. He is a leader and activist in the Arab community in Houston.
Chairman of the Board - Ron is the CEO of Carlson Capital, L.P., a multi-strategy alternative asset firm. In this role, he focuses on strategy, internal processes, and talent management, and leads Carlson's expanded energy practice. Prior to joining Carlson, Ron had a 26-year career with McKinsey & Company, an international consulting firm where he led several practice groups, including those in Strategy, Corporate Finance, Petroleum, Chemicals and Risk Management.
Michael is an active member of the Houston community. He was the President and CEO of St. Luke's Episcopal Health System for 14 years and currently serves as CEO Emeritus. He has served on a variety of community boards, including United Way - Texas Gulf Coast, Harris County Hospital District, and the Houston World Affairs Council.
John is a corporate attorney in Houston, Texas providing legal counsel and services to businesses in and around Houston. He is an elder in the First Presbyterian Church of Houston and serves as the chairman of the Board of the Presbyterian School.