Denise Phillips is a native Houstonian. She is very active at her church, the Pearland
West church of Christ, where she is involved with many of the ministries and
work of the church (including teaching childrens’ and ladies’ Bible classes,
and chairing various other ministries and committees). She is married to Gregory
L. Phillips, and they will be celebrating 18 years of marriage this year. They
are the proud parents of Sidney Elizabeth (16), Wesley Lanier (14), and Madison
Jewel (11). Cynthia received a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from
Texas Southern University in General Business, and completed a Teacher’s Bible Certification
Program, which included Christian Counseling, at Pearland West Church of
Christ. Cynthia is a busy stay at home mom, which she volunteers her time at
her childrens’ schools and various non-profit organizations. Cynthia has also
successfully founded, designed, and managed as Executive Director for 5 years a
children’s summer camp program at the South Union Church of Christ. She has
served as the past President, and Gala Chair, of the Spouses of Houston
Barristers. She is also a member of Jack and Jill of America and Alpha Kappa
Sally Eisen Miller, PhD has worked with families since she received her masters degree in social work 45 years ago and her doctorate in Family Science some years later. Domestic abuse has been one of numerous symptoms Dr. Miller has encountered both personally and professionally.
Having lived all over the world, she has experience with numerous cultures, ethnic and religious groups as well as the military. Along with her clinical practice, she has taught and supervised medical and social work students , psychiatrists, psychologists, and marriage and family interns.
She has a passion for social justice and holds leadership positions in numerous community organizations, including the Czech Center Museum Houston, Holocaust Museum Houston, a congregational Justice and Peace Council, and the Houston Association for Marriage and Family Therapy.
Mohajer attended the University of Houston (Central Campus)
and received a Bachelor in Business in Management in 2001, which was eventually followed
by a Master’s in Liberal Arts in Communication in 2011 and a Master’s in
Business Administration in General Business in 2014. Ms. Mohajer has over
several years of experience in the medical field and 15 years of experience in
the energy industry, currently working as an Area Sales Manager for Green
Mountain Energy, an NRG company. With a hefty schedule managing over a dozen people,
she continues to give her spare time to various charities such as: Bo’s Place, The Assistant League of Houston,
Children’s Assessment, Know Autism, Women of Wardrobe, Recipe for Success, the
Arthritis Foundation, the Denali Foundation, Iranian American Medical
Association (IAMA) and the Kidney Foundation to name a few. She also has a great passion for Persian
History, its culture and arts.
Jean E. Jordan retired from AT&T after 35 years of service. Jean also worked in the Houston Independent School District at Hartman Middle School for seven years in the Special Education Department and later retired. Jean is very active in her community and in church. She works on various committees and ministries in her church. Jean volunteers at M.D. Anderson Hospital and volunteers at elementary and middle schools helping with daily activities. Jean is a travel agent, meeting planner, event planner and a coordinator of all.