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Board of Directors

Victor Moran
Victor Moran - President

Ronald Beams
Ronald Beams - Chaplain

Dolly Hendry
Dolly Hendry - Secretary

Mrs. Dolly Hendry is the owner and chief consultant of Randolph/Hill Consulting. Her 20 plus years of experience in technical, financial, and business writing have spanned both the private and non-profit sectors. Mrs. Hendry’s current specialization is in businesses and individual consultation regarding incorporation of business entities, filing for tax exemption status, and the completion of grants, business and technical writing projects. This expertise has assisted many for-profit and non-profit companies in launching. Her future project, The 501(c)3 Firm (an expansion of R/H Consulting), will provide online services and classes for organizations and individuals who desire to learn about the tax exemption process and board development. Dolly is an experienced public speaker and has given numerous seminars and talks about entrepreneurship and venture capitalism. She is happily married to Herlin Hendry and has two sons, Julius and Caleb.

Susan Marks
Susan Marks - Treasurer

Susan Marks is an established CPA and financial leader in the Houston area. She became a licensed CPA after receiving her bachelor’s degree in Finance from the University of Texas and her MBA from Texas A&M University. Her combination of business acumen and financial prowess have aided her during her 20-year career in various a senior financial positions in a number of Fortune 500 companies. Ms. Marks has extensively studied and excelled in public speaking and presentations, ultimately resulting in her receipt of the David Abel Standard of Excellence from Toastmasters. She has been a member of the St. John Vianney Catholic Church’s congregation since 2011.

David Armijo
David Armijo

Mr. David Armijo currently serves as the District General manager for H&R Block. Utilizing his Bachelor’s Degree from Colorado Christian University in Organizational Management, his work with H&R Block has led to his tenure as both the Director of Multicultural Initiatives and, currently, the East Texas District General Manager, giving him responsibility for an area stretching from Nacogdoches to Orange. Mr. Armijo has also been certified in non-profit management by the University of Notre Dame. David has been strong in his relationship with Christ since a young age. Growing up in New Mexico, his parents, grandmother, and great aunt instilled in him the importance of having a Christ centered life. Today, he attends Champion Forest Baptist Church, where he co-teachers Re|Engage Marriage Ministry with his wife, Charlene. The two have been married for over twenty years and have three daughters, Alicia, Julia, and Kaylene.

Kenneth Eakins
Kenneth Eakins

Kenneth DeVon Eakins is a native Houstonian, who has had the privilege of traveling the world as an international missionary. After receiving his bachelor’s degree in Business Management from Berklee College and his master’s in Intercultural Studies from Fuller Theological Seminary, Mr. Eakins has decided to return to school and work towards another master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. He utilizes his educational and vocational experience to create a uniquely diversified approach to providing effective care to clients with mental health needs and substance abuse issues. He currently serves as the Outreach Case Manager at Star of Hope Mission in downtown Houston where he works to provide resources ranging from income and housing assistance to emergency shelters and treatment centers for the homeless community in the Greater Houston and surrounding areas. Mr. Eakins is currently on staff as a worship leader at Freedom Fellowship Church in Magnolia, Texas.

Sunny Chin
Sunny Chin

Mr. Chin is the former owner of C&G Pharmacy in Aldine, Texas. He has 40 plus years in the pharmaceutical industry and has recently retired. During his tenure at C&G, he specialized in detailed and extensive distribution of prescription medication. His work eventually led to a position on the Dean’s Advisory Committee for the College of Pharmacy at his alma mater, the University of Houston. At age 35, Mr. Chin accepted Jesus into his life and became an active member of Chinese Baptist Church in the Memorial area of Houston. While there, he served one term on the steward and finance, mission, welcome, and teller committees. He also taught an adult Sunday school course. Now, his membership is with the Champions Forest Baptist Church. Sunny is happily married to June Chin and has five children: Candice, Penny Hsu, Jason, James, and Jessica.