Kevin R. Hattery
President & CEO

Kevin joined the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Houston in February 2013 as President & CEO.  He is responsible for ensuring that Boys & Girls Clubs meets its overall strategic and operational objectives.  Prior to joining BGCGH, he spent 15 years with Junior Achievement serving in multiple roles at the national headquarters and three affiliate offices in Georgia, New Mexico and most recently Southeast Texas.

He has nearly two decades of experience in the non-profit sector and his professional career has focused on community development, economic development and education development.  He holds a bachelors degree from Eastern Kentucky University. Kevin is a class XXXI member of Leadership Houston. 

 

Zenae Campbell
Vice President of Program Services

Zenae joined the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Houston in December 2013 as Vice President of Program Services.  She is responsible for all program services, inclusive of traditional and shared space programming, as well as program outcomes, operations, program development and implementation; and budget management. 

Prior to joining BGCGH, she spent over a decade designing, implementing and managing youth, adult, school and community programs in California with agencies such as the Anti-Defamation League, California/Nevada Community Action Partnership, the Sacramento City Unified School District and others.  Zenae has also consulted for various organizations throughout the country, including the Harris County Department of Education Cooperative for After-School Enrichment (CASE).

Zenae brings a wealth of knowledge around education and community partnerships and development. She earned her Bachelors of Arts in Political Science from the University of California, Riverside and also has a Masters of Public Administration.

 

Carlos Rodriguez
Vice President of Administration

Carlos joined Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Houston in February 2015 as Vice President of Administration. He is responsible for ensuring all administrative functions, including human resources, finance and information technology, are running efficiently and aligned with the organization's strategic operational objectives. 

Carlos has more than 25 years of experience in corporate management with increasing level of responsibility in the private sector with companies such as MIC International Corp, Eaton Corporation and Orbis Capital Partners. Carlos also served as Vice President of the Board of Directors of Habitat for Humanity Northwest Harris County as well as member of its Executive Committee and has a record of volunteering with Catholic Charities, Habitat for Humanity and AARP tax aide volunteer program.  

He holds a law degree from Catholic University UCAB (Venezuela), a Master’s degree from Georgetown University and an MBA in corporate finance from Case Western Reserve University.

 

President's Office

Naomi Hollingsworth, Executive Assistant / Office Manager

 

Program Services Team

Everett Curl, Sr. Director of Operations

Nick Cantu, Fort Bend County Director

Lisa Boone, Manager of Operations - Shared Space Clubs

Tiffany Burks, Manager of Operations

D'Jomme Adia, Manager of Programs & Quality

Ashley Shields, Prevention & Intervention Specialist

Britney Harris, Impact Specialist

 

Development Team

Mandy Porter, Senior Development Manager

Laura Renaud, Special Events and Marketing Manager

Tiffani Wesson, Corporate Volunteer Outreach Manager

Sara Kruger, Development Associate

 

Administrative Operations Team

William Quinn, Controller

Judy Alford, Human Resource Manager

Brenda Stanley, Senior Accounting Specialist

David Holt, Accounts Payable Specialist

 
 
NEWS & EVENTS

Phillips 66 Invests in BGCGH
 

We are excited to share with you that Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Houstonhas been selected to receive $525,000 from Phillips 66 to help address literacy for kids over the next three years. This transformational gift will help us launch a formal literacy program for our 6 - 9 year old Club members.

Phillips 66 invests in education because an educated workforce drives our global economic future and this gift will help Houston's kids improve their future through literacy development. BGCGH's partnership with Phillips 66 will help create new opportunities for Houston's kids who need us the most!

 

Thank you Phillips 66 for your investment in our kids!

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