Board of Directors
Partner; PriceWaterhouseCoopers LLP
Amy is a Partner in the assurance practice of PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP. She has over twenty years of experience providing assurance services to both domestic and international companies in the energy, utilities, and industrial products sectors. Amy also serves as a mentor and coach for staff and has taken on various leadership roles including PwC diversity initiatives and recruiting.
Amy is Certified Public Accountant licensed in the state of Texas and is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. She received her Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Accounting from Baylor University and her Master of Accountancy degree from Baylor University. Amy also serves on the Accounting Advisory Board for Baylor University’s Accounting and Business Law department.
Board Director | Army Veteran
Executive Director, JP Morgan
Miles is an Executive Director in J.P. Morgan’s Investment Banking practice based in Houston. He specializes in the energy sector where he advises many of the industry’s leading corporations and partnerships. Miles has spent the past decade advising public companies on their most important strategic initiatives, including mergers & acquisitions, raising new debt and equity capital, and other corporate finance topics. He has substantial experience working with and advising c-suite executive and boards of directors.
Miles earned a B.A. from American University’s School of International Service, a Master of Science in Foreign Service from Georgetown University, and an M.B.A. from Georgetown University. He is a veteran of the U.S. Army; he enlisted after high school and completed tours of duty in the former Yugoslavia and Iraq.
Wyona Freysteinson, Ph.D.
Professor; Texas Woman’s University
Dr. Freysteinson is a Professor and full graduate faculty scholar at Nelda C. Stark College of Nursing at Texas Woman’s University in Houston, Texas. Prior to accepting a full time position at Texas Woman’s University, Dr. Freysteinson had extensive experience across the continuum of care. She was a director of nursing for the largest non-profit home health in Southwestern United States.
In addition, she opened and directed a home and inpatient hospice program in this organization. Dr. Freysteinson has extensive experience in skilled nursing and hospital nursing including emergency, neurosurgery, and medicine.
Dr. Freysteinson’s primary research focus is body image. Her studies of the experience of viewing self in the mirror for individuals who have suffered a recent visible body disfigurement due to surgery and/or trauma has resulted in sensitive meaningful nurse-patient communications. Her work with homeless women veterans has led to a greater understanding of the embodied experience of military sexual trauma as experienced in the mirror, in society, and in intimate relationships. She has published numerous articles and has presented her work locally, nationally and internationally.
In service to the community, Dr. Freysteinson is the Founder and Director of the Saint Elizabeth Anne Seton’s Parish Nursing Ministry. She is also the Vice President and a founder of the non-profit organization National Women with Disabilities Empowerment Forum. Some of the workshops provided by this organization include: Self-esteem, Motherhood, Advocacy and Empowerment, Art and Creative Expression, Healthy Relationships, Body image, Women’s Health, Employment, and Financial Independence.
Law Office of David A. Kahne
Son of an Army Air Corps and Air Force World War II Veteran, David received his law degree from Harvard University and has been a lawyer, within his own firm, for nearly 30 years. He represents individuals with disabilities in the areas of housing, physical access, and programmatic accessibility. He assists Lone Star Legal Aid in litigation on behalf of the low-income, including veterans, and serves as general counsel to, or as a director of, several non-profit organizations serving the low income or disadvantaged community.
David is licensed as a lawyer of Texas, its Federal District Courts, the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals, and the United States Supreme Court. He also holds an undergraduate degree in applied mathematics and law degree from Harvard University. With a passion of giving back and the desire to impact others, David joined the Grace After Fire Board with the hopes to give back to the Veteran community assisting in the organization's mission and vision by providing support to women Veterans and their families.
Community Development and Mortgage Lending Officer
Born and raised in Chicago, IL, Renee moved to Mississippi in 1998, where she started her
career with BancorpSouth. She moved to the Houston area in 2018 as a Personal Banker and
CRA Liaison for the Greater Houston area. In her previous position she opened and serviced
new accounts and partnered with local community organizations such as Habitat for Humanity and Catholic Charities, etc., to enlighten others about Financial Literacy.
Renee’s current position is a Community Development and Mortgage Lending Officer with
Her role as a CDL will be to make sure everyone has access to fair and equitable lending services and to continue building relationships and providing educational workshops for homeownership. Her goal is to continue building stronger communities by ensuring that every person has access to financial knowledge and bank products.
Professor, Baylor College of Medicine
Fanny Schultea MS, MSEd, CPO/L, FAAOP, is a US Army, Military Police, and OIF combat Veteran. Fanny is a board certified and licensed Prosthetist Orthotist and Assistant Professor at Baylor College of Medicine in the School of Health Profession’s Orthotics and Prosthetics Program. Fanny is also the Director of the O&P iQ evidence database from the American Academy of Orthotists and Prosthetists (AAOP). She is an AAOP Fellow and Vice Chair of the AAOP Upper Limb Prosthetics Scientific Society.
Fanny is a member of the Enhancing Skills for Life workshop planning committee, an international educational conference for individuals with upper limb loss or difference, their families, and caregivers. Fanny is passionate about building awareness of inclusion and support for individuals with disabilities in their experiences transitioning in and out of the healthcare system. Her professional activities focus on the translation of research to continuing education and clinical practice and process improvement strategies in healthcare.
Fanny spends the rest of her time with her husband and son who both share her love of the outdoors.
Vice President of College Services, Northeast Lakeview College
Dr. Tangila Dove, Vice President of College Services, holds over twenty years of direct experience in operational and financial accounting in the community college system, non-profit, local government agency work, and private sector. Dr. Dove has been employed at the Alamo Colleges since 2000, where she provides leadership to Northeast Lakeview College’s administrative and operational services. Under her purview, she oversees the alignment of budget and financial services, Human Resources, Institutional Effectiveness and Planning, Facilities Development and Support, Department of Public Safety, College Resource Development and Information Technology striving to achieve the Alamo Colleges’ overall goal of student success. Most recently, she served as the college’s accreditation liaison. Under Dr. Dove’s leadership, Northeast Lakeview College was recently received initial accreditation, with commendation, by the Southern Association of Colleges Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC), in December 2017.
Prior to her role as Vice President of College Services, Dr. Dove served as the Director of College Services at Northeast Lakeview College. Before joining Northeast Lakeview College in August 2006, she was the Campus Budget Officer at Alamo Colleges-St. Philip's College. Additionally, Dr. Dove has taught as an adjunct faculty member in Accounting for St. Phillips College-Northeast Campus; and as an Operational Management and Technical Management adjunct faculty member for Wayland Baptist University.
During her tenure as Vice President of College Services, Dr. Dove served as President for the Community Colleges Business Officers (CCBO) Board of Directors, for the 2015-2016 year. She completed the Harvard Kennedy School Crisis Leadership in Higher Education Program this 2016 and the Harvard School of Education, Institute for Educational Management in 2017. Dr. Dove is a 2015 graduate for Leadership Texas, a 2009 graduate for the Community College Business Officers Leadership Academy and a 2007-2008 graduate for the Alamo Colleges Leadership Academy for Success. Dr. Dove is also a two-time award recipient for the National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development (NISOD) in 2007 and 2011.
Dr. Dove’s professional affiliations include: Community Colleges Business Officers (CCBO), National Association of College and University Business Officers (NACUBO), the Alamo Chapter Project Management Institute, and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. Dr. Dove’s degrees include a B.B.A. in Accounting from Jackson State University, an M.B.A from Webster University and a Ph.D. in Higher Education Administration from Capella University.
Production Engineer; Oxy, Inc
Jeremy is a successful leader with a diverse background in military operations, project management, construction and oil & gas. He earned his B.S. in Civil Engineering from the United States Military Academy, West Point, NY and his MBA from the Jones School of Business, Rice University in Houston, TX.
Throughout his diverse career, he has worked with wild land firefighting, fixed site security, operations in time constrained environments, training/mentoring, technology application and transformation, commercial construction, data management/analysis, and oil & gas production. He has extensive knowledge in team building, strategic/operational planning and execution, and problem solving & decision making. He has proven success in safely delivering results in time-constrained, high-stress environments.