Alex SarabiaCity of San Antonio | Office of the Mayor, Communications and Policy AdvisorMore
Born and raised in San Antonio, Texas, Alex Sarabia serves as a communications and policy advisor to Mayor Ron Nirenberg. In this role, he writes speeches and social media posts, and also works on policy issues such as education, health, civic engagement and international relations. He aspires to promote more inclusive economic development and elevate the educational attainment of the San Antonio community. Sarabia started his career in public service in the office of former mayor and HUD Secretary Julián Castro, and was a congressional intern for U.S. Representative Joaquin Castro (TX-20). He is former Public Policy Fellow with the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute in Washington D.C. and was a Fulbright Scholar in Mexico City. Alex holds a Bachelor of Arts in economics from Boston College and Master of Public Policy from the University of Chicago Harris School.Less
Britanni O. GreeneSt Lukes Hospital, Registered NurseMore
Britanni O. Greene is currently a Labor and Delivery registered nurse (RN) at a Tenet Healthcare Hospital. There she provides mothers and families compassion and support during the magical moments before and after birth. Due to her service to her patients, she was honored with the DAISY Award from the DAISY Foundation.
Although Britanni currently works as a Labor and delivery RN, her heart resides in mental health. After completing her Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing at Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University in Tallahassee, Florida, Britanni began her career on the Neurological Intensive Care Unit and in Geriatric Psychiatry. Her position as Director of Nursing and Nurse Liaison at the Geriatric Psychiatry facility, exposed her to the art of policy making and management. The exposure solidified her need to further her knowledge and abilities.
She is currently pursuing her Doctor of Nursing Practice degree in Psychiatric Mental Health at the University of the Incarnate Word. During her attendance, she was selected to represent the university at the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) Student Policy Summit in 2018 due to her passion for health policy.
The daughter of Navy veterans, Britanni is a self-proclaimed “Navy Brat” that has lived in multiple states throughout her childhood. The exposure to various cultures early in her life helped to shape her love of travel, film, food, reading, history, art, nature, and languages. She enjoys experiencing life with her husband, Marcus and her children, Peighton and Paxton.Less
Catie WhiteYWCA of San Antonio, Director of DevelopmentMore
Catie White is a nonprofit fundraiser and community advocate. Raised Birmingham, Alabama, she is grateful to now call San Antonio her home. Catie is a proud alumna of The University of Alabama, and holds dual degrees in Music and Arts Administration as well as a minor in General Business. She further honed her nonprofit skills with a graduate degree in Business Administration. During college, Catie discovered her true passion: nonprofit administration and fundraising. Her entry into a bright nonprofit career started by being a Flute Instructor and Development Assistant at The University of Alabama Community Music School. This first experience quickly flourished into a career focused on promoting altruism, justice, creativity, and collaboration.
Catie has dedicated her professional and personal development towards creating a brighter world. Her previous professional experience primarily includes tenures with nonprofit arts organizations, but in recent years, she has transitioned to humanitarian organizations. Currently as Development Director for the YWCA of San Antonio, Catie directs and guides all fundraising, communications, marketing, and grants responsibilities on behalf of the organization. She also freely invests her time and experience helping worthy local organizations. An animal lover and musician, she sits on the board for San Antonio Pets Alive! and the Olmos Chamber Ensemble, respectively. Catie is currently the Board Chair for the Young Nonprofit Professionals of San Antonio, and is proudly involved in the Junior League of San Antonio. She is skilled in nonprofit financial management, donor cultivation, donor portfolio management, grant writing, event management, artistic planning, and marketing for nonprofit organizations.
When she has free time, she enjoys being outdoors with her dog, writing funny short stories, creatively exploring her Southern culinary roots, getting lost in libraries, collecting odd Star Wars memorabilia, and practicing yoga.
Christopher MokenByFusion (For Profit) & Re-Mat (Nonprofit), Growth Manager (ByFusion) Founder and Executive Director (Re-Mat)More
Christopher Moken is an advocate for the circular economy and an entrepreneur currently involved in two projects that increase environmental sustainability while driving economic growth. He’s working for ByFusion, a B-Corporation that upcycles ANY plastic waste into building blocks that can be used to construct affordable housing, and is working to launch mattress recycling facilities in several major Texas metro areas through a nonprofit he founded called Re-Mat. He’s passionate about advancing zero waste and circular economy practices across the nation and is always looking for new and exciting projects and partners. He hopes his experience with NLC will allow him to network with others that share his passion, identify and correct his weaknesses, and provide him the opportunity to explore and obtain leadership positions through which he can have a larger impact across the nation.Less
Dr. Royce SullivanAbbi Malish - Touch of Class, Healthcare CompanionMore
Dr. Royce Sullivan, who the community calls DrSully, is know for his persistence for finding clear questions in order to give a sound response or answer. He states he is a millennial transformer a game-changer. He stands guard of his community and city as a Watchman on the wall a Builder of the Breach and an Ambassador of Reconciliation . DrSully’s desire to be apart of NLC solidified itself on he read NLC’s summary he quoted “the program answers why I exist. The phrase that weighed heavily in my being; moreover felt more like a God thing to me is, “The New Leaders Council(NLC) is the hub for progressive Millennial thought leadership.”
Dr. Royce Sullivan grew up on the Eastside of San Antonio, graduating top of my class at Sam Houston High School then, earning an undergraduate degree in Special Education at Howard University. After achieving these milestones DrSully realized he was not yet prepared for life educationally, socially, politically, and in many areas emotionally work and or life that had already come.
Royce Sullivan has began, established, and worked in man non-profits over the years. He says He likes to shake the tree a little. He like to be the voice of a people who have been silenced be also restoring their voice training them to speak out and stand and not be there crutch but there support.
Dr Royce D Sullivan believes wholeheartedly that the NLC is the network for positive progressive inclusionary change.
As the all American middle linebacker Sullivan once was he states he is ready to tackle the issues starting with himself. Sullivan is looking forward to the training institute, saying that he’s ready to be chiseled down to the best him that he can be accurately being launched out to a thinking hub for community change locally and nationally. DrSully quotes “If I don’t make Sense it's time to make CHANGE!”Less
Eliza GradyClearesult, Program CoordinatorMore
Eliza Grady is the program coordinator for large commercial rebate programs at the environmental consulting firm, Clearesult. In this role, Eliza is responsible for managing project compliance, tracking project status, and delivering project reports to CPS Energy.
As an entrepreneur, Eliza was the Chief Development Officer at hyperloop startup, Transonic Transportation. Here she successfully raised the start up’s first round of seed funding, established relationships with the Texas Governor’s Office, the Office of the Texas Speaker of the House, and graduated from the StartOut entrepreneurial bootcamp in San Francisco, California.
Prior to working in sustainability, Eliza worked in San Antonio and Texas politics. In 2017, she successfully served as the regional field director for Ron Nirenberg’s mayoral campaign. And in 2016, she worked as the finance assistant on Pete Gallego’s congressional campaign. While she may not work in politics anymore, she still remains politically active. Eliza is currently deputized as a volunteer deputy registrar in Bexar and Travis county, and in 2018, she volunteered as phonebank captain on Beto O'Rourke’s senate campaign.
Eliza graduated from Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas; here, she studied philosophy and political science. As a student, Eliza served as an officer on the Student Programming Board, and orientation team. She assisted in establishing Trinity's chapter of Texas Freedom Network, and enjoyed participating in philosophy club. She is currently a member of the Trinity University Women's Club.
Elysia Petru HulingsThe Ballet Conservatory of South Texas, Executive DirectorMore
Elysia Petru Hulings, M.P.A. is currently the Executive Director of The Ballet Conservatory of South Texas, the only nonprofit ballet academy and pre-professional company in San Antonio. Elysia’s career has paired a passion for the arts with a commitment to public service. She started early, holding a company position with the only professional ballet company in San Antonio at the age of 14. Elysia later pursued a degree in Fine Arts from the University of Texas at San Antonio, which included more than a year studying art restoration at the Lorenzo de Medici School of Art in Florence, Italy. After school, Elysia served as Executive Director of the Texas Burn Survivor Society, a non-profit that helps provide treatment and care to burn survivors. Elysia then left San Antonio with her now-husband and moved to Washington, D.C., where Elysia served as a finance consultant for multiple elected leaders and policy development organizations, including the New Democratic Coalition, Senator Joseph Biden (D-DE), and Senator Daniel Inouye (D-HI). After several years in Washington, Elysia and her husband moved to Del Rio, Texas, where Elysia served as the Marketing and Sponsorship Director for Laughlin A.F.B. She also started her own ballet company, Border Ballet, through which she produced community ballet productions and worked with young dancers across west Texas. After Elysia and her husband were transferred back to San Antonio, Elysia worked closely with multiple non-profit organizations to expand their development programs and improve their operations. Along with her leadership of the Ballet Conservatory, Elysia has served as the Development Director (working remotely) for the School for Ethics and Global Leadership, a nonprofit semester school dedicated to molding the next generation of American leaders in Washington, D.C. She also leads the San Antonio Chapter President of the Texas Humane Legislative Network, serves as the Vice President of her neighborhood HOA, and was the Development Chair and member of the Board of Directors for Healthy Futures of Texas. Elysia recently received her Masters in Public Administration from the University of Texas at San Antonio with a Certificate in Non-profit Management, and enjoys spending all her free time with her husband and very active toddler.Less
Eric Michael GarzaNorton Rose Fulbright, CounselMore
A native South Texan, Eric Michael Garza was born and raised in the Rio Grande Valley and now calls San Antonio home. He is an attorney whose practice focuses on complex litigation defense for various businesses. He is committed to pro bono efforts and honoring the Texas Lawyer’s Creed to ensure that all persons have access to competent representation regardless of wealth or position in life. He believes diversity cultivates innovation and supports organizations that promote diversity in the legal profession. Eric Michael serves as Vice Chair of the State Bar of Texas Standing Committee for Legal Services to the Poor in Civil Matters, and was a member of the 2018 Texas Minority Counsel Program Steering Committee.
Prior to law school, Eric Michael worked full-time for a San Antonio based insurance company, while completing his undergraduate degree. He received his Bachelor of Business Administration with a concentration in Entrepreneurship from the University of Texas at San Antonio and was part of the team that won the UTSA’s Student Technology Venture Competition in Spring 2013. The team developed a prototype thermoelectric cooling system that adds comfort and improves hygiene for prostheses. The project included touring the Center for the Intrepid, San Antonio Military Medical Center’s rehabilitation facility for amputees and burn victims, where the team learned directly from those in need of the innovative technology. Eric Michael went on to receive his law degree and Master of Business Administration from St. Mary’s University, where he also received the President’s Award and was named a Law Student of the Year for 2016 by the National Jurist magazine.
Eric Michael describes himself as a Whataburger loving, Dr. Pepper drinking, breakfast taco hunting, Texan. He attempts to balance those things with jogs at Hardberger Park and walks with his cocker-spaniel-mix pup, Clinton.Less
Gerrit SchulzeShumway Van, LLC, PartnerMore
Gerrit Schulze is a partner at the Law Firm of Shumway Van who focuses on both transactional law and civil litigation, directing a majority of his practice to business-related law. Mr. Schulze believes that the most vital part of legal representation is to build a relationship based on mutual trust by putting the client first. Prior to joining Shumway Van, Mr. Schulze spent several years representing injured, disabled, or underprivileged individuals in their attempts to receive Social Security benefits. He received his Juris Doctorate from St. Mary’s University School of Law and his Bachelor of Business from New Mexico State University.
Mr. Schulze in actively involved in the non-profit community in San Antonio. He spends his free time volunteering with a non-profit to help raise money and awareness for effective, non-toxic cancer treatments. in addition, he enjoys working on engines and restoring old cars.
Most noteworthy is his diverse background. Mr. Schulze was born in the United States and spent his early years living in Braunschweig, Germany. While he considers Texas his home, Mr. Schulze is proud to maintain dual citizenship. Mr. Schulze is trilingual with native fluency in German and English, and most conversational Spanish. As a first generation American, the son of German immigrants, Mr. Schulze understands the complexities of the current course of law and politics and the value of the freedom they allow us to experience in the United States.Less
Jake Reyna-CasanovaCommuniCare Health Centers, Senior Development AssociateMore
Jake Reyna-Casanova is a driven healthcare professional with a Master’s level training and 4 years of experience. Jake currently serves as a Senior Development Associate for CommuniCare Health Centers, a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) aiming to improve the health of the entire community, especially for the underserved populations. In this position Jake writes and manages grants for the organization, as well as, helps with fundraising, marketing, and development for the organization throughout the year.
Jake received his bachelor’s degree in Public Health from The University of Texas at Austin in 2014 and, shortly after, received his Master of Public Health degree from The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston in 2016. Prior to his current role, Jake worked for a different FQHC in Houston, which is where his passion to help those most in need of healthcare services began. However, as a San Antonio native, Jake and his husband decided to move back to be closer to family. In his current position he is able to continue to showcase his passion and dedication towards helping and giving back to the community around him.
Outside of work, as a member of the LGBT community, Jake loves to serve and give back. He currently serves as a committee member of the American College of Healthcare Executives – LGBT Forum. In this role he is able to assist in creating an environment of inclusion amongst LGBT healthcare leaders and their peers, as well as, promote high-quality healthcare for LGBT individuals and families. Additionally, he has volunteered with the Human Rights Campaign to ensure the path to increased LGBT-equality is maintained. In his free time he enjoys running, being with family, friends, and his fur babies, and finding out what his next adventure will be.Less
Jonathan R. TijerinaCPS Energy, Senior Director of Corporate Communications, Marketing & Smart City OutreachMore
Jonathan R. Tijerina is the Senior Director of Corporate Communications, Marketing & Smart City Outreach for CPS Energy, the largest municipally owned, vertically integrated electric & natural gas company in the nation.
Jonathan's responsibilities include oversight of Public Relations; media optimization; marketing; and internal and external communications. He also leads CPS Energy’s Smart City outreach initiative and drives the comprehensive communications efforts around the company’s foundational People First philosophy.
An eight year veteran of the utility, Tijerina has held positions with increased responsibility in Governmental Relations & Public Policy, Corporate Communications, and two stints in the Office of the President, including serving as Chief of Staff.
Tijerina is a graduate of the University of Texas at San Antonio where he earned a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science. Jonathan is married with two children.Less
Kristian GutierrezLets Go Texas - San Antonio, DirectorMore
Kristian Gutierrez serves as the Director of Let’s Go Texas - San Antonio. In her current role, she collaborates alongside Texas Workforce Vocational Programs a Community Rehabilitation Provider (CRP). In her role as a CRP she assists the state with securing competitive and integrated employment as well as pre-employment training services to individuals with disabilities in the San Antonio region. It is her fundamental belief that the most effective mechanism for helping her clients reach full integrated potential is to equip them with the necessary tools and training's to advocate for themselves as they contribute to their local communities. She is passionately driven by the idea of connecting with area employers who have a desire to diversify, embrace and change the composites of their local workforce.
She previously worked as a Community Outreach Coordinator for Frank-Hickey Pena Architects in Laredo, Texas, where she focused on The City of Laredo’s 25-year Comprehensive Plan. She worked collaboratively with the City of Laredo, planning team, community members and key stakeholders, to initiate policy change that would empower and encourage local citizens who desired changes within their communities.
Driven by passion for community, Kristian aided in the creation of an Urban Agriculture Ordinance policy and Citizen Committee for the City of Laredo. In June of 2017, Laredo Center for Urban Agriculture and Sustainability (LUCAS) was created to increase access to local fresh food for low-income citizens and the community at large; offering educational programs that are surrounded by urban gardens, farmers markets and community; with a goal to provide entrepreneurial opportunities for urban farmers.
Kristian graduated from Texas A&M International University with a bachelor’s degree in Mass. Communications and a minor in Political Science. Born and raised on the border of Laredo, Texas, she has an appreciation for her bi-national roots and is passionate about urban planning, equity and social justice issues.Less
Lauren SnowSelf Employed, Designer & Digital StrategistMore
Lauren Snow is an artist, designer, and creative strategist born and raised in San Antonio, Texas, where she studied design and theatre at the University of Incarnate Word. Lauren has developed her creative abilities across various media, ranging from mastery of oil and digital painting to designing and coding websites.
Her political involvement began in 2013, when she collected community testimony about women’s reproductive rights and delivered it before the Texas Senate Committee on Health and Human Services. Since November 2016, she’s applied her digital design and creative skills full-time to national progressive campaigns and nonprofits, specializing in rapid response execution and creative strategy. Her designs have frequently appeared in viral memes for national progressive organizations on issues including healthcare, immigration, and the Russia investigations.
In the aftermath of the Spring 2018 zero-tolerance policies, Lauren worked documenting and illustrating the experiences of immigrants, refugees, and asylum seekers at different stages of their journey. She’s channeled these experiences into action, organizing art fundraisers and community dialogue events for immigrant outreach across South Texas.
Though a dedicated progressive, Lauren is committed to working in bipartisan initiatives aimed at healing America’s divisions through personal, human connection. She is the designer and digital partner for Living Room Conversations and has worked for many other member organizations of the Bridge Alliance.
Lauren believes that collective creative work can bend the arc of American culture toward justice, and that, through both civic and artistic engagement, we can create a vibrant, beautiful future.Less
Leanne MartinezH-E-B, Sr. Legal Research Manager- Intellectual PropertyMore
Leanne Martinez, a native of San Antonio, Texas, is currently the Senior Legal Research Manager of Intellectual Property at H-E-B, a multi-billion dollar grocery company.
After obtaining an associate’s degree in network administration, Leanne launched her career in the technology department at Trinity University. Continuing with her love of technology, she then joined a technical team at Rackspace, a web hosting company, where she quickly moved up through the ranks. While working on several projects that overlapped with the legal department, Leanne discovered a new-found interest in the law and enrolled in paralegal school at University of Texas - San Antonio. Leanne then joined the Rackspace legal team and served as an intellectual property paralegal before moving to her current role at H-E-B.
After working in the legal field for many years, Leanne started to miss her love of technology, so she co-founded the San Antonio chapter of Lesbians Who Tech +Allies in early 2018. Leanne serves as the organization’s San Antonio City Director and aims to create a community and platform that is inclusive of women from all walks of life who have a shared passion for technology.
Born with a servant’s heart, Leanne has dedicated her life to giving back. She is a proud member of LGBTQ community who feels fortunate to have been accepted wholeheartedly by her friends, family, and colleagues. Knowing that not everyone is so fortunate, Leanne strives to provide support and safe spaces that bring members of the LGBTQ community together and help them feel less alone. She strongly believes that we should all be seen and heard for who we are — not what we are.
Leanne has also served on the Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG) board, participates in Big Brothers Big Sisters of America, co-chaired the Pride employee resource group during her tenure at Rackspace, and now serves on the Corporate Diversity Leadership Council at H-E-B. In her free time, Leanne enjoys photography and experiencing San Antonio’s theater and vibrant arts.Less
Lynette De Vaughn-BakerCity of San Antonio, Health Program SpecialistMore
Lynette is a Health Program Specialist for the City of San Antonio Metropolitan Health District Immunization program. She has an extensive work history in the clerical and administrative field. Lynette is a native of San Antonio, TX, having graduated from Brackenridge High School, the University of the Incarnate Word with a BBA in Marketing and a MAA in Communication Arts, as well as Wayland Baptist University with a M.Ed. in Secondary Education. Lynette has been an active presence in her community for well over 25 years, and is anxious to continue to educate the upcoming generations in the same community that she grew up in. She volunteered and worked on and with various political campaigns and community activism groups since she was a young child and continues to interact with the same groups and more currently. Lynette is a member of True Vision Church, where she is dedicated to teaching the youth and teens during Teen Church on Sundays and serving as a member of the Greeting Ministry. Lynette is an aspiring educator and hopes to teach High School level English/Language Arts or collegiate level English and Speech. Her passion for educating others, volunteer work, and community service are what makes her go, and she has a special knack of combining the three to attain results. Lynette is happily married to Trevor, and the proud mother of sons Terrance (3) and Taylor (2).Less
Mia BalderasTexas House of Representatives, Rep. Diego Bernal, Communications and Outreach DirectorMore
As a native San Antonian, Mia Balderas is passionate about creating positive change in her local community through policy and outreach. She currently serves as the Communications and Outreach Director for Texas State Representative Diego Bernal, House District 123. She leads the communications strategy of the office and assists the District 123 team in researching the policy areas of public education and public health. Prior to working in state government, Mia served as an AmeriCorps VISTA for the City of San Antonio’s Office of Equity. In the Office of Equity, she worked as the Community Engagement Coordinator and managed the office’s social media and gathered community feedback. Mia consistently met with organizations and community leaders to discuss the work of the office and build relationships.
Mia graduated as Valedictorian from St. Edward’s University with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Global Studies with a minor in Spanish. In addition to government, Mia has a strong interest in the areas of immigration, Mexican American studies, and women’s rights.
Outside of work, Mia enjoys spending time with her family, reading, and textile weaving. Overall, she aims to continue to network, connect, and grow within the San Antonio community.Less
Patricia CarlisleTexas Biomedical Research Institute, Program IntegratorMore
Patricia Carlisle is a Program Integrator at Texas Biomedical Research Institute, where she coordinates the high-containment contract research funded by the U.S. Government. This research is in support of developing medical countermeasures to ensure public health preparedness and combat bioterrorism. Prior to her current position, she spent a little over a year in an American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Science and Technology Policy Fellowship (STPF) at the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease (NIAID) at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in Bethesda, MD. Previously, she carried out a postdoctoral research fellowship studying bone regeneration at the US Army Institute of Surgical Research in San Antonio, TX. She also spent one year as an NIH Postdoctoral Fellow in the Laboratory of Clinical Infectious Disease, researching pathogenic fungi. She earned her Bachelor's in Molecular Biology from UT Dallas and her PhD in Microbiology and Immunology from the UT Health Science Center in San Antonio. She has over 8 years of experience in infectious disease research, specifically with pathogenic fungi and hemorrhagic fever viruses. In addition, she has nearly 2 years of research experience in translational regenerative medicine, focused on bone healing. During her scientific career, she has earned numerous awards and recognition for her work, including being selected for 3 national conference talks and being selected as an AAAS Fellow. Patricia has a strong interest in public health policy work that addresses the most pressing infectious disease concerns and ensures that research and program dollars are being spent in the most relevant manner.Less
Roderick ChambersLiberty Advisor Group, Principal at Liberty Advisor GroupMore
Roderick Chambers is a Principal at Liberty Advisor Group. He brings over ten years of successful management and leadership experience with extensive experience in business development, contract management, and client engagement within the defense and national security sectors domestically and internationally. A pragmatic and focused individual recognized for working with foreign governments and other USG agencies on technology, science, economic, trade, energy, and environmental issues both domestically and overseas.
Before joining Liberty Advisor Group, Roderick Chambers was a foreign service officer for nine years with the Department of State and various other USG agencies. Roderick is a certified core collector working in an official capacity with human intelligence collection focusing on elicitation, debriefing, intelligence reporting, and full-cycle intelligence operations. Roderick led several teams both domestic and abroad and was responsible for providing strategic advice to U.S. embassies and diplomatic missions overseas.
Roderick Chambers holds a Master of Science in the Administration of Justice and Security from the University of Phoenix, Phoenix, AZ and a Bachelor of Arts in Analytical Chemistry from Texas Lutheran University, Seguin, TX.Less
Tiffany GalvanSan Antonio for Growth on the Eastside, VP of Development and ProgramsMore
Tiffany Galvan is a San Antonio native who learned early on about the injustices in this world by living and working in the community she serves. She noticed the sadness in children’s eyes when they were uprooted from their lives to be placed in an emergency shelter. She noticed kindness and compassion in the homeless people that were grateful for a warm meal. She noticed the families who received donated gifts at a Christmas giving party that would store their wrapped gifts just so that they would have gifts to place under the tree.
As a graduate of St. Mary’s University with a Bachelor of Arts in English-Communications, Tiffany has committed herself to be a voice for the voiceless. Her professional training and accomplishments include grant writing, grants management, fundraising, development, donor relations, event planning, account management, social media, public relations, marketing, and capacity building.
As the VP of Development and Programs at San Antonio for Growth on the Eastside (SAGE), Tiffany is passionate about using her love of grant writing to elevate the voices within our historic Eastside. To Tiffany, every story and every marginalized voice is important in order to create a more inclusive and economically viable community.Less
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