Christopher G. HollinsHollins Law Group PLLC, PrincipalMore
Christopher G. Hollins is a Houston-based attorney and fifth-generation Texan. He also serves as Finance Chair for the Texas Democratic Party.
Chris developed a commitment to public service through the selfless example of his parents and their devotion to improving the lives of others. His father, George, served for 34 years in the Houston Police Department, and his mother, Christie, managed a career as a secretary while raising Chris, his two sisters, and more than 20 young foster children.
After graduating from Hightower High School in Missouri City, Texas, Chris went on to earn a Bachelor of Arts with Phi Beta Kappa honors from Morehouse College. Chris also completed a joint program with Yale Law School and Harvard Business School, earning both his Juris Doctor and Master of Business Administration degrees. Today, Chris is admitted to the State Bar of Texas and Federal Courts for the Southern District of Texas.
Before transitioning into private practice, Chris attained a strong strategic skillset by working at some of the world’s most distinguished professional service firms. He was a Senior Engagement Manager at global consultancy McKinsey & Company, where he flourished in applying analytics and organizational best practice to transform public safety, defense, and security agencies. Chris was also a Summer Associate with Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz and the investment bank Goldman Sachs. Despite his private sector background, Chris’s most memorable professional experience ensued through his time with the White House Office of Presidential Personnel during the first year of the Obama administration.
A lifelong Democrat and veteran campaign manager, Chris resides in the University Oaks neighborhood of Houston with his wife Morgan and their two year-old daughter Vivian. The Hollins family attends Wheeler Avenue Baptist Church in Houston's Third Ward.Less
Malkia HutchinsonHarris County Precinct One, Commissioner Rodney Ellis, Community Engagement CoordinatorMore
Malkia Hutchinson grew up in Arlington, TX and has lived in Houston for six years. She currently works as a Community Engagement Coordinator for Commissioner Rodney Ellis at Harris County Precinct One. Malkia has grown increasingly committed to reproductive health, rights, and justice work. She has volunteered as a driver with the Clinic Access Support Network, a Houston based organization helping to remove transportation barriers to those in the greater Houston area obtaining abortions. Malkia is currently serving in her fourth year as a Board Member for Fund Texas Choice, a statewide practical support fund that covers transportation and lodging costs for Texans traveling for abortion care.
Malkia completed her Master of Public Administration degree from the University of Houston in December 2016. Her Capstone paper was a program evaluation comparing outcomes of the federally funded Medicaid Women’s Health Program Texas participated in from 2007-2012 and the Texas Women’s Health Program implemented in 2013. Her undergraduate degree is in Sociology with a concentration in the Study of Inequality from Cornell University. Malkia served as a Peace Corps volunteer for two years in rural Swaziland focusing on community health education.
Malkia is the proud mom to a seven-year-old daughter and 11-year-old Chihuahua mix.Less
Amanda RochaJolt Initiative, Logistics Coordinator for Movement MujeresMore
Amanda Rocha is a proud native Houstonian. She is the Logistics Coordinator for the Movement Mujeres program at Jolt, a Texas-based multi-issue organization that builds the political power and influence of Latinos in our democracy. Amanda is especially energized by her work at Jolt as it is organized around major Texas issues while uplifting the strengths and multi-layered identities of the Latinx community.
Amanda has more than 7 years of experience in the nonprofit and social work sectors in Houston. She holds an undergraduate degree from Texas A&M University and a Master of Social Work degree from The University of Houston, where she focused on political and macro social work. While Amanda is proud to call the Houston area home, she is also very proud to be Chicana, as she is part of the 5th generation of families native to Texas.
What motivates Amanda the most to pursue a career in social organizing and politics is the idea that communities already have many leaders, strengths, and values that make them special, but public officials should be better tuned into these existing assets. As a macro and political social worker, she is guided by values that include social justice, the dignity, and worth of the individual, and the importance of human relationships. Amanda has a strong commitment to Texas and to improving the state's public policy by enhancing inclusive civic engagement practices and increasing the consistent dialogue between elected officials and their constituents.
Outside of her career, Amanda is a volunteer member of the Junior League of Houston and a Harris County Volunteer Deputy Voter Registrar. She enjoys cooking and spending time with her family, friends, and two dogs.Less
Andrea SegoviaHuman Rights Campaign, Field OrganizerMore
Andrea Segovia is a native Texan and proud Bi-sexual, Latinx woman. She began her journey of activism and organizing in her early years of primary school ensuring her peers had food at home and now works tirelessly for the advancement of equality for all in Texas. Andrea received her education at the University of Houston where she earned a BA in Political Science. She began her career out of college working to ensure young Latinx voters were voting in her hometown of San Antonio as well as in her new home, Houston. She realized her love for campaigns and organizing for some of the most marginalized communities and never looked back. Since 2015 Andrea has talked to over 28,000 Texans to vote, talk to their elected officials, activate the individuals to volunteer and so much more. Andrea is passionate about the intersectionality of each person and empowering Texans to share their stories and use their voice to create the change they deserve. Andrea actively brings people together to push for equality through her work at HRC as a field organizer. She is enthusiastic about the change happening in Texas and does not plan to stop organizing until the most marginalized individuals have equality.Less
Anneliese BustilloUniversity of Houston, Assistant Director of Sexual Violence Prevention & EducationMore
Anneliese Bustillo serves as the Assistant Director for Sexual Violence Prevention & Education at the University of Houston where she empowers college students to make healthy, informed decisions about their sexual health and their relationships. In spring 2018, Anneliese worked with a team of professional staff members who trained over 8,000 UH employees in person on Title IX, reporting policies, and how to compassionately support survivors of sexual assault. She also oversees the Title IX Talks program, chairs the Division of Student Affairs’ Sexual Violence Prevention Strategies Committee, and sits on the Sexual Misconduct Response Team.
From past experiences working with survivors, Anneliese found her passion in primary prevention. She enjoys speaking with students about consent, bystander intervention, and above all, being an agent for positive change. Anneliese hopes to do more research on how we can challenge societal norms that contribute to the prevalence of sexual violence.
Anneliese holds a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Texas at Austin and a Master of Arts from The George Washington University. While at UT, she was named a Rapoport Service Scholar and an Archer Fellow. In 2017, Anneliese was a finalist for the Texas Tech University President’s Excellence in Gender Equity Award and she was named the University’s Ally of the Year by the Gender & Sexuality Association. Anneliese never shies away from a learning opportunity and is currently striving to increase her knowledge on ableism, transgender rights, and global perceptions of masculinity.Less
Cassie Mira NicholsonFreelance ConsultantMore
Cassie Mira is a technologist and interdisciplinary artist based in Houston, Texas. Her experience teaching adult computer courses in different neighborhood satellite libraries of the Milwaukee Public Library resulted in a commitment to decreasing the digital divide and provide equitable technology access. In addition, as the first transgender woman to come out at work and transition at her workplace, she became a leader in advocating for a fair bathroom policy as well as other policies which affected trans staff, faculty, and students. Through this experience, she became part of the informal peer-to-peer mentoring support network for trans newcomers to the community, acting as a resource for health care and other support needs. She is passionate about organizing for policy issues that affect the LGBTQI* community.
In 2018, she co-curated Failure to Con/Form, a performance series which spotlighted national and local trans, genderqueer, intersex, and gender-non-conforming writers, performers, and visual artists in Houston, Texas. The series organized a story circle for the local trans community focused around topics of healing and safety, which seeded the themes of shelter and fabrication and was funded by the Idea Fund.
Her artistic practice explores human interaction through transitional experience. Informed by LGBTQI* historical moments and the development of technology, she investigates upheaval and the adaptive response of individuals and communities. She utilizes the practices of mash-up and assemblage in combination with durational performance, ritual, and meditation to evoke curiosity, inspire contemplation, and imagine new futures.
Cassie Mira received her Bachelor's degree in Art and a minor in Computer Science from Sam Houston State University. Recently, she has joined the organizing team for Experimental Action 2019, a biennial international performance art festival.Less
Constance LuoTexas Organizing Project, Community OrganizerMore
Constance C. Luo has extensive experience organizing in communities of color in Houston and Chicago to fight for justice in areas such as affordable housing, Hurricane Harvey recovery, immigration reform, and environmental justice. Her specialty is working with black and brown communities that are historically segregated by geography, language, and local government representation. Constance leads language justice initiatives in Houston to ensure that community members can effectively participate in community meetings and in their local government, regardless of their preferred language. She also leads digital communications initiatives in her organizing work such as graphic design, social media branding, and robotexting/robodialling messaging.Less
Jessica WhiteFragomen, Del Rey, Bernsen & Loewy LLP, Associate AttorneyMore
Jessica White is a native Houstonian and the daughter of Colombian and Irish immigrants. She currently serves as an immigration attorney for Fragomen, Del Rey, Bernsen & Loewy, LLP, a global immigration law firm. In her current practice, she primarily assists companies and their employees with their nonimmigrant visa applications, applications for permanent residency, and citizenship. She has previously represented unaccompanied minors fleeing violence in Central America, asylum seekers, and victims of violent crime.
Jessica is a member of the Houston Young Lawyers Association and the Mexican American Bar Association of Houston. Jessica is also a Precinct Chair for the Harris County Democratic Party. She attended Langham Creek High School in the Cy-Fair Independent School District, studied History and Latin American Studies at Swarthmore College in Swarthmore, Pennsylvania, and obtained her law degree from the Charles Widger School of Law at Villanova University in 2012. In her free time, Jessica dances Argentine tango. She is passionate about Houston's diversity and wants to ensure that the city continues to be a welcoming place for all people.Less
Johannah ThompkinsHarris County Precinct One - Commissioner Rodney Ellis, Community Engagement CoordinatorMore
Johannah Thompkins is a native Houstonian. She received her degree in Political Science from Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, Texas, and went on to receive her Masters of Public Administration from the Texas A&M University Bush School of Government and Public Service. She currently works for Harris County Commissioner Rodney Ellis serving as a Community Engagement Coordinator. In her role, Johannah focuses on connecting Precinct One constituents to vital information and resources. She works to bring the community and stakeholders together to support the Commissioner and Precinct mission of creating equity and empowering the community. Johannah leads Commissioner Ellis’ passion project, the Texas Legislative Internship Program (TLIP), which provides students across the country an opportunity to learn and provide service to others.
In her previous role at OneGoal, she successfully created and implemented office operations and re-launched a student-led Ambassador Program. Johannah is passionate about education, mentoring young people, and providing the tools and knowledge to empower communities to speak for themselves. In her spare time, she mentors at USDream Academy, an organization working to empower children at risk of incarceration, through academic, social, and value enrichment. She also serves as a lead instructor for the Women’s Political Institute and Girls in Politics Initiative.Less
Kelly Hubbell-HintonKIPP Texas Public Schools - Houston, Grants CoordinatorMore
Kelly Hubbell-Hinton is an advocate for social justice, a creative, an educator, a social worker, and philanthropy professional. Kelly has a personal passion for working with indigenous communities and contributing to her Navajo (Diné) people. In addition to growing up on the Navajo Nation, Kelly has lived in Phoenix, Dallas, Portland, and now Houston.
Kelly’s professional experience includes over ten years in the education and social work settings, primarily within nonprofit organizations. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Education from Arizona State University and began her professional career as a classroom teacher where her eyes were opened to the inequity and lack of holistic services that some schools offered. She left the classroom to explore the creative side of education and spent the next five years involved in arts-integrated instruction and community art programming.
Kelly also earned her Masters of Social Work degree from Portland State University where she specialized in leadership and nonprofit management. Through program oversight for community school initiatives that addressed the many barriers for youth in the education setting, Kelly has promoted opportunities for families to succeed. She has recently entered the grant coordination realm where she finds joy in telling stories for the benefit of strong initiatives for youth to continue. Kelly comes to the New Leaders Council with a focus on diversifying the philanthropy sector and increasing access for underserved communities.Less
Kelsey ReynoldsThe Salvation Army of Greater Houston, Youth & Young Adult Coordinated Assessor/Housing Youth Development SpecialistMore
Kelsey Reynolds, (They/Them/Theirs) is a Licensed Master Social Worker, who currently serves as the Youth and Young Adult Coordinated Assessor and Housing Youth Development Specialist with The Salvation Army of Greater Houston’s Young Adult Resource Center. A social work graduate of both Southeastern Louisiana University and the University of Houston, Kelsey has had the opportunity to serve as an intern to a variety of community agencies such as Renew Family Resource Center, Thomas Street Health Center, and Montrose Center. For the past year, Kelsey has been a member of the Gender Infinity Conference Development Committee, a collaborative of individuals within the non-profit’s organization that creates affirming spaces for families, learners, advocates, and providers to advance relationships, knowledge, and resources that empower gender diverse people.
They are also the Facilitator of the University of Houston LGBTQ Resource Center’s Trans & Non-Binary Student Discussion Group. Kelsey’s advocacy work also includes collaboration with Transform Houston, a grassroots organization that engages communities through outreach efforts to improve the lives and legal protections of transgender and gender non-conforming individuals. Kelsey’s focus lies in LGBTQ+ equality, the epidemic of homelessness, and racial equality. Kelsey is a proud non-binary, queer individual, who believes in living and achieving social justice through empathy, connectedness, and activism.Less
Lisa SargentCommunity ActivistMore
A believer in the power of personal narratives and community as guiding forces for change, Lisa works for United We Dream-Houston, a nonprofit that fights for the rights of undocumented youth in Houston. She received her Bachelors of Science in Mass Communications from Texas State University. While earning her master's in Sociology and a graduate certificate in Women's Studies at the University of Houston, she conducted a program evaluation Project Row Houses' Young Mothers Residential Program (YMRP), a two-year residency program that holistically assists young mothers in leading self-sufficient lives. Additionally, Lisa served as the Communication Manager for the UH Social Work Policy Insider Advisory Committee (PIAC). Currently, she is a member of the NAACP's Young Adult committee and also serves on the Political Endorsement Committee for United We Dream Action.Less
Mario CastilloYour Houston PAC, Executive DirectorMore
Mario Castillo is a proud native Houstonian who was raised in the historic Near Northside neighborhood. Mario currently serves as the Executive Director of Your Houston, a local non-partisan political action committee dedicated to improving the quality of life in Houston and Harris County.
Mario earned his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science in 2008 and his Master in Public Health with a concentration in Healthcare Policy & Management in 2011, both from Texas A&M University.
In 2008 Mario worked as a Field Organizer in Green Bay, Wisconsin for the Presidential campaign. After finishing graduate school Mario completed an internship with the Department of Health and Human Services Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, working on the Protection and Advocacy for Individuals with Mental Illness Program. He returned to campaign work in 2012 when he worked as a Regional Field Director in central Ohio for Organizing for America.
Mor RegevKIPP Texas Public Schools, Social WorkerMore
Mor Regev is a social worker, professional mentor, certified yoga and mindfulness teacher, and social justice advocate. She is a native Houstonian and attended Lamar High School and Rice University, where she received a BA in Sociology with a concentration in French studies in 2006. While at Rice, she worked, volunteered, and studied abroad in France, Argentina, and Nicaragua. Afterward, she joined Teach for America and taught 5th and 6th grade in the Bronx while earning a Master’s Degree in Teaching at Pace University. After a few years as a mental health researcher, she went on to earn a Master’s Degree in Social Work at the George Warren Brown School at Washington University in St. Louis. While pursuing her degree, she was a Program Manager at the Family Foundation of Maxine Clark, the Founder of the Build-A-Bear Workshop. In this role, she helped to found KIPP Victory Elementary School in St. Louis City.
She returned to Houston in 2014 eager to plant roots in her hometown. Since moving back, she has been the social worker and counselor at KIPP Courage College Prep, which is part of the SKY Partnership between Spring Branch ISD, KIPP, and Yes Prep. At KIPP, she counsels students and their families, provides them with community and school resources, cultivates and manages the parent association and community partnerships, teaches healthy relationships and yoga classes and provides training for school and district staff on a variety of topics including restorative practices, adolescent mental health and yoga and mindfulness. She has presented at social work conferences and trained throughout Texas and in Oklahoma. She also supervises two graduate social work students per year and is passionate about their growth and development.
Mor volunteers with the Rice University Admissions department interviewing prospective Rice University undergraduates. She is part of the National Association of Social Workers, where she serves on the Houston branch's steering committee. She also volunteers at the Santa Maria Hostel, a residential substance abuse and recovery treatment facility teaching yoga to its residents. She loves being back in Houston and recently got married to Eric Sweeney, a native Houstonian and KIPP teacher.
Rosemary Akachukwu JacksonHarris Health System, Primary Care Clinical PharmacistMore
Dr. Rosemary Akachukwu Jackson is a Primary Care Clinical Pharmacist at Harris Health System, a public healthcare system dedicated to improving the lives of the underserved, under/uninsured, and insured patients of Harris County. She also serves an adjunct professor at Texas Southern University’s College of Pharmacy. Dr. Jackson graduated from the University of Florida where she earned her Doctorate in Pharmacy. She furthered her education through the completion of a general practice pharmacy residency in 2012 and a geriatric specialty residency in 2013. She later obtained Board Certification in Ambulatory Care Pharmacy. Dr. Jackson’s aspiration to use her training to serve those in need and to improve access to care for all is what attracted her to Harris Health System; a public health care system in which more than 50% of those served is uninsured. She is a strong believer in the power of education and continuously advocates for patient empowerment and preventative medicine.
In recognition of her commitment to providing exceptional patient care with a caring attitude, she was recognized as a Harris Health Hero. Dr. Jackson’s goal is to always be a community resource and partner with others to improve access to care, promote preventative medicine, and prevent negative outcomes associated with chronic conditions such as diabetes and hypertension.
Dr. Jackson is also active in her local community through involvement with Big Brothers Big Sisters of America, the Alzheimer’s Association, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated, Wheeler Avenue Baptist Church, and the Houston chapter of the University of Florida Alumni Association where she served as the President from 2015-2016. In addition, she is a photographer and enjoys traveling. Dr. Jackson has visited over 15 countries and her experiences, both local and abroad, have allowed her to witness the beauty of diversity. She is a lifelong learner and aspires to continue to expand her worldview.Less
Sana ShahidEmgage, Acting Executive DirectorMore
Sana Shahid currently serves as the Acting Executive Director of Engage's Texas Chapter which is a national nonprofit that works to empower and mobilize the American Muslim community. Sana is also currently the Field Director for the first Muslim woman to run for Sugarland City Council.
Before Engage, Sana was the Asian American/Muslim organizer for the Texas Democratic Party. Her role was to organize and mobilize communities of color for the 2018 midterm cycle. She has also worked on a Congressional campaign prior to that as the Communications Director. Outside of her political work, Sana is part of a feminist collective called South Asian Youth in Houston Unite (SAYHU) and was also one of the organizers for the Houston Women's March 2018 and was responsible for doing outreach into communities of color.
Having grown up in Karachi, Pakistan, Sana is passionate about serving POC and underserved communities through an intersectional framework. She hopes to continue building a network of changemakers around her, read more books in 2019 and see Hamilton live on Broadway.Less
Sasha LegetteWorkers Defense Project, Business LiaisonMore
Sasha Legette is currently the Business Liasion for Workers Defense Project, a membership-based organization that empowers low-income workers to achieve fair employment through education, direct services, organizing, and strategic partnerships. Recently, she served as the Interim Director for the Houston Organizing Movement for Equity Coalition, a coalition of sixteen community organizations focused on ensuring equitable rebuilding programs, policies, and processes following Hurricane Harvey.
In the fall of 2015, she founded Pure Justice, a nonprofit organization that focuses on criminal and social justice reforms for marginalized citizens through policy advocacy, organizing, and post-conviction relief services.
Previously, Legette served as a Federal Government Professor at Tarrant County College in Arlington, Texas, where her students are engaged in learning the legislative process and the impact legislation has on society. She is a graduate of both the University of Georgia School of Law, where she obtained her Juris Doctor and Clark Atlanta University where she obtained her Bachelor’s of Art in Political Science.
Ms. Legette’s passions for criminal, juvenile, and social justice reform are reflected in her work as a legislative aide for the Georgia State Senate, Externships at the United States Department of Justice and the United States Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights, as well as her work as a high school social studies teacher through Teach For America Corps.Less
Selene ArrazoloJP Morgan Chase, VP - Information ArchitectMore
Selene works at JP Morgan Chase as an Information Architect in Corporate Technology. Using her experience with metadata, data management and modeling, she provides the support necessary to identify and secure information across supported corporate functions. A native of Galena Park, a town adjacent to the Houston Ship Channel, she is happy to be back home after working for eight years in Austin startups. Selene’s entry into the tech industry did not quell her passion for social justice. Instead she discovered digital activism which has a long history and is an important part of social justice movements. Through Code for America and her previous employer, data.world, she has worked on projects related to mapping police shootings through a project by the Texas Justice Initiative, building resources for Hurricane Harvey victims during and after the hurricane through Sketch City Houston. In addition, her own personal experience corresponding with family in the prison system and the time she volunteering for the Inside Books Project in Austin reading inmate letters and fulfilling their book wishes opened her eyes to the importance of access to not only tech but information to these often forgotten and neglected populations doing their best to better themselves and prepare themselves to reintegrate into society.
Selene graduated from Smith College with a Bachelor of Arts, majoring in Art History. She received her Master of Science in Information Studies from the University of Texas’ School of Information where she now serves on the Advisory Council, promoting diversity and inclusivity. Before working in tech ever crossed her mind, Selene planned to work as an archivist, inspired by her work with museum collections while studying Art History, this includes internships in Mexican art museums and two summer internships at the Museum of Fine Arts - Houston. Outside of the tech world, Selene enjoys discovering new museums, road trips through the southwest, Curb Your Enthusiasm, all kinds of films, and spending time with her family and friends.Less
Silky MalikOwlfa, LLC, Vice President, StrategyMore
Silky is a native Houstonian and a product of everything this great state has to offer. A through and through Texan, Silky graduated from John Foster Dulles High School in 2002, going on to earn two bachelor’s degrees in psychology and sociology from the University of Houston, and later earned her MBA from the Texas A&M school system.
While working towards her MBA, she worked as a substitute teacher with HISD to gain a better insight into our public education system. After graduating from the University of Houston, Silky joined MD Anderson Cancer Center where she worked in cancer research and conducted community outreach programs at LBJ hospital. Silky continued this community outreach work after moving abroad to Southeast Asia where she worked as a primary school substitute teacher, while also working with one of Malaysia’s largest women’s charitable organizations.
In 2017 Silky ran for the US House of Representatives in Texas’ 2nd District, and came in 3rd in a five-way primary. Silky continues to find more ways to be involved with the local Democratic Party and myriad Democratic clubs around Houston, and she hopes to run for office again someday in the future!
Currently, Silky works in strategy and development for a financial company based here in Houston. Most recently, Silky has accepted a position on KPFT’s talk radio show Coming to America, which explores immigration issues, as well as topical issues important to Houstonians.Less
Yolanda BarnesUniversity of Houston, Graduate Research AssistantMore
Yolanda Barnes is a scholar-activist and proud native Houstonian. She is currently a full time Ph.D. student at the University of Houston studying Educational Leadership and Policy Studies. As a researcher, Yolanda is looking at the ways in which federal and state policies unintentionally create college access barriers for underserved student populations. Additionally, she is exploring the stigma that is often associated with attending a community college and the equitable pathways towards college affordability through sustainable resources and financial support. Professionally, she served as a leadership educator at Loyola University Chicago and the University of Houston-Clear Lake. As an educator, Yolanda worked closely with students to provide space and opportunity to explore their leadership potential, social identities, and calling to be justice-centered leaders. Yolanda also worked in Washington, D.C. for the National Association for Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA), as their Coordinator for Student and New Professional Initiatives.
Yolanda graduated from Texas A&M University (Whoop!) with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and a Master of Science in Educational Administration. In her spare time, she enjoys reconnecting with the city that raised her, being a “cool aunt” to her nephew, watching soap operas with her grandmother, traveling, and fighting against the white supremacist capitalist patriarchy.Less
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