We asked members of the community how their organizations help the community. We’ve shared some of the responses below.

Brenda James | Breakthrough Coach

Coaching helps people grow personally and professionally. It’s important to have someone who doesn’t judge you and holds space for you to explore your challenges, fears, and roadblocks, and who also challenges you to be open to new perspectives and paradigms. Read more>>

Colleen Dippel | Social Entrepreneur

Families Empowered is a Texas-based non-profit with a vision that one day, all families will have access to schools and learning environments that work for them. Read more>>

Lauren Scott | Houston Dinner Club Founder

Houston Dinner Club gives our community an opportunity to meet new people and try something new. After a world of social media, dating apps, and virtual meetings, it’s easy to feel isolated and meeting in-person can be rare. Read more>>

Beth Ferester | Realtor, owner of Corcoran Ferester Realty, and owner of Lovebeans Coffeehouse

I like to think that being a realtor and owning my own company helps clients through one of the most important purchases of their lives. I also teach new agents and help our experienced agents navigate the industry which gives me a great deal of satisfaction helping all of these people. Read more>>

Sheri L. Raleigh | Owner/Chef Instructor

Cast Iron Skillet Culinaire, LLC was established to provide cultural awareness of the Creole Heritage through culinary edutainment. Read more>>

Nōn Wels (he/him) | Founder of The Feely Human Collective and Host of the You, Me, Empathy Podcast

I started The Feely Human Collective to be a space for us to grow our individual and collective capacity for empathy, vulnerability, and emotional curiosity—three crucial tenets of connection, healing, and growth for our own hearts and the hearts of our communities. Read more>>