Board of Directors
Abbi Antablin, Board Chair – Young Ambassadors for Opportunity
Barry Goldware – Goldware Resources
Gene Graham – retired banker
Bob Heston – LegalEASE
Steve McCarthy – Blizzard, McCarthy & Nabers
Dr. Kimberly McLeod – Harris County Department of Education
Eric Moen – Episcopal Health Foundation
Jeffrey S. Rawson – Merrick Capital Corporation
Bert Smith – Prison Entrepreneurship Program (PEP)
Clifford Wright – Berkeley Research Group
Charles Rotramel | CEO
Charles is the Chief Executive Officer of Houston: reVision. Charles is a cum laude graduate of Rice University, where he was awarded the Weber-Durkheim Award for Excellence in Sociology. Charles is also the founder of Youth Advocates, Inc., a Houston-based nonprofit that built a strong youth community around hip hop Culture for more than 15 years. Charles has worked effectively with juvenile justice youth throughout Harris County since 1983.
Rev. Gregg Taylor | Pastor and Community Architect
Gregg is an ordained elder in the United Methodist Church with 30 years of pastoral leadership experience in the local church and non-profit work. As Houston: reVision’s Community Architect, Gregg guides the spiritual life of our expanding community of youth and volunteers, knitting us together with hope and kinship.
Rev. Carrie Leader | Director of Operations and Volunteers
A deacon in the United Methodist Church (UMC), Carrie is appointed full-time by the UMC Texas Annual Conference to reVision as the Volunteer Coordinator. Carrie has a BFA in studio art and a Masters in education, both from UT Austin and a Masters in Church Ministry from SMU. She has previously worked as an elementary school teacher in Alief ISD, and most recently as a compliance officer and bookkeeper with her husband Richard’s company, First Houston Capital.
Bren Gorman, MPAff | Director of Development
A native Houstonian and graduate of the LBJ School of Public Affairs at UT Austin, Bren is a dedicated fundraising professional with over a decade of experience working with legislative advocacy organizations and basic needs ministries. Bren is committed to building a better future for all Texans and lives in the heights with her rescue cat Marfa.
Tisha Wilson | School Program Administrator
Tisha is an experienced educator and consultant specializing in culture/school climate, character and curriculum development. In our Keeping Kids in School program, she works directly with school administrators as an advocate for the youth in our program while providing educational support and emotional encouragement to our youth.
Adriana Garcia | Advocacy Coordinator and School Interventionist
Adriana is a native of Los Angeles, born and raised in the barrios of the San Fernando Valley. Her community and family experience in the gang-affected life influenced her to pursue an education so she could aid in social justice efforts and systemic change. She received her Bachelor’s in Sociology and Theology at the University of Notre Dame and her Masters in Sociology at Rice University.
Joe Trevino | Outreach Worker
Joe was born in San Antonio’s West Side and raised in Houston's East End Second Ward. He has been a community outreach advocate for the past decade and is an Americorps Alumni. He is currently studying Criminal Justice at the University of Houston - Downtown. Joe is an animal lover and firm believer that God has him here to connect with the less fortunate and see eye to eye when no one else will take a look.
Sean Archibong | Executive Assistant
When you call our offices, you are likely to talk first with our Executive Assistant, Sean Archibong. Born in Lagos, Nigeria, Sean moved to Houston at the age of 7. He graduated from Texas A&M Corpus Christi with a bachelor’s degree in marketing. He was a small group leader for a Christian organization called Chi Alpha on his college campus, building relationships with students with the goal of bringing them to Christ. As a breakdancer he has been fully involved with our community over the last 7 years.
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