Clark Hill Strasburger BOLD™ offers our time, influence, expertise, networks, and elbow grease to improve our communities.
Attorneys Serving the Community provides women lawyers a collaborative platform from which to proactively support local non-profit organizations whose programs benefit women, children or families.
The Bridge Breast Network saves lives by providing access to diagnostic and treatment services for breast cancer to low income, uninsured and undersinsured individuals. Jessica Hoffmann serves as Chairman of the Board.
Founded in 1947, Mission Road is one of two non-profit organizations in Texas caring for children with developmental disabilities who have been removed from their family by Texas Department of Protective and Regulatory Services because of neglect and abuse. Laura Mason is a longtime member of the Board of Directors and its current Chairman.
Nexus Recovery Center is at the forefront of specialized substance abuse services for females and assists women, adolescents, and children on their journey to recovery. Laura O'Hara a member of the Board of Directors.
Suicide Crisis Center offers a 24-hour crisis line, crisis intervention training, Survivors of Suicide counseling program, Teens Can Survive outreach program, and more. Ashley Kisner is a longtime member of the Board of Trustees and its current Vice President.
Susan G. Komen's mission is pretty simple: to save lives and end breast cancer forever - by providing education, support research, offer grants, and advocate for better breast cancer policy. Betsy Kamin serves on the Houston Affiliate's Board of Directors and is the Chair of the 2015 Komen Houston Race for the Cure.
Undermain Theatre is a company of artists seeking to inspire, educate and challenge audiences and artists through its production of innovative theater with particular interest in poetic and language-driven work. Ashley Kisner is currently serving as President.
United Way of Metropolitan Dallas strives to impact areas that change people's lives forever: preparing kids to graduate and succeed, helping families leave poverty permanently and enabling people to live healthy, responsible lives. Carol Glendenning serves as a Director of the United Way Foundation of Metropolitan Dallas.