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Board of Directors

The governing Board of Directors for Children's Advocacy Centers of Texas is composed of 25-35 volunteers from throughout the state who, along with their commitment to the mission of children's advocacy centers, bring a variety of vital professional expertise and experience to the organization.

 

Lasse Wagene President Ambrose Resources
Houston, TX

 

Jeff Jeter President-Elect The University of Texas at Arlington
Austin, TX

 

James Kimbell Vice President Strasburger and Price, LLP
Houston, TX

 

Revlynn Lawson Secretary Linebarger Goggan Blair & Sampson, LLP
Austin, TX

 

Gina DeBottis Metts Treasurer Retired Former Executive Director
Houston, TX

 

Joe Cosgrove, Jr. Past President JEC Legislative & Regulatory Consulting, LLC
Austin, TX

 

Michelle Apodaca Haynes and Boone, LLP
Austin, Texas

 

Elizabeth Brock CenterPoint Energy
Houston, TX

 

Blaine Brunson Morgan Stanley
Austin, TX

 

Michelle Carter CAC of Central Texas
Belton, TX

 

Dr. Victoria Constance Children’s Safe Harbor
Conroe, TX

 

Lynn Davis Dallas Children’s Advocacy Center
Dallas, TX

 

Julie Evans Alliance for Children
Fort Worth, TX

 

Cleve Glenn Seyfarth Shaw
Houston, TX

 

Lee Hon Ex-Officio Polk County District Attorney
Livingston, TX

 

Michael Keener KP Energy
Houston, TX

 

Michael Kelsheimer Gray Reed & McGraw P.C.
Dallas, TX

 

Tracy King AT&T
Austin, TX

 

Jessica Mahaffey Direct Energy
Houston, TX

 

Victoria Medina Children’s Advocacy Center of Hidalgo County, Inc. / Estrella’s House
Edinburg, TX

 

Doug Mueller Dickson Furniture Industries
Houston, TX

 

Lindsay Mullins BNSF Railway
Austin, TX

 

Terri Smith Smith County CAC
Tyler, TX

 

Marion Tanner Garth House
Beaumont, TX

 

Monica Vargas-Mahar Tenet Health Corporation
El Paso, TX

 

Leslie Ward AT&T
Austin, TX

Did you know:

Out of 40,000 child victims served at a CAC in Texas last year, 26%

were not old enough to attend kindergarten.