We value and respect all women Veterans seeking support. We demonstrate visionary leadership. We create an environment that fosters committed community integration, belonging and social connectedness, for the women we serve, our employees, key stakeholders and partners. We engage in and promote the access of resources to all women veterans and improve their quality of life. We practice the highest ethical behavior and personal integrity. We implement responsible financial management in the development of resources and programs.
Mea WilliamsPresident and CEO
Mea Williams, born in Cambridge, Ohio, is a Navy Veteran, a mother, a wife and the President/CEO of Grace After Fire, an organization that assists women Veterans with the transition process and reintegration back into the civilian sector after their military service.
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Laly CholakAlamo Regional Outreach Coordinator
As an Outreach Coordinator, Laly provides peer support service through Table Talk: Color Me Camo, referral services to women veterans and their families and connects them with external service providers. She earned her BS in Anthropology at Texas State University focusing on Archaeology and a minor in Geography.
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Tana PlescherHarris County Outreach Coordinator
Tana Plescher is the mother of two teenagers, a US Navy Veteran OIF/OEF. She grew up in Irving, Texas and recognized at an early age that she was put on this Earth to help others. That dream eventually turned into a career in medicine.
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