Our dedicated board members are instrumental in guiding the foundation towards its mission of developing vibrant communities and improving lives. Committed to the delivery of optimal programming and supportive services, our board brings a wealth of experience and passion to our cause.
Our annual and regular board meetings are generally scheduled on the first Thursday of each month and are open to the public. These meetings provide transparency about our decision-making processes and the progress of our initiatives.
Stay informed on the HATC Foundation's initiatives and activities by checking out our past and upcoming board meetings, as we continue on our mission of fostering self-sufficiency, youth development, and family enrichment within our communities.
A native of Austin, Jimmy currently serves as the Development Director for Stepping Stone Schools, a family-owned business. Prior to that, he spent 15 years working in federal, state and local politics. Jimmy has a degree in Economics from Southwestern University and is a graduate of the LBJ School of Public Affairs. He has three children and lives in Central Austin.
Mr. Roberts is a retired program manager from the Texas Military Force’s Employer Support of the Guard and Reserves (ESGR) program and has served as Deputy Division Director for the Texas Attorney General’s Office, Consumer Education, and Elder Outreach Division. Additionally, Mr. Roberts has served as Planning Commissioner for the City of Beaumont, Texas.
Sharal A. Brown is the owner and President of Majestic Services, Inc., a thriving woman-owned commercial construction business in Austin, Texas. Her company serves clients across Texas as a General Contractor, constructing new buildings, additions, alterations, maintenance, and repairs for commercial and institutional buildings. Majestic Services also provides Construction Photography, Project Management, Construction Management, Cost Estimating, Scheduling, Office Engineering, Clerical, and Quality Control services.
Jan is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with over 30 years of service to disadvantaged populations. Since earning a Masters Degree in Social Work from UT she has worked with refugee populations, served as National Director of organizing for Stand for Children in Washington, DC, and in 2016 was named Social Worker of the year by Central Texas VA for her work with Austin City Council, Austin Energy and the VASH program to provide reduced utility bills to newly housed Veterans. After retiring in 2022, Jan expanded her volunteer work with organizations supporting survivors of trauma, and nonprofits dedicated to protecting and restoring the natural and human environment.
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