Gayle Fisher is mom, educator and author to improve the world of learning differences and mental health awareness. Gayle grew up on a farm in Illinois. She then moved to Houston and worked 17 years in corporate America. Seeking greater purpose, Gayle moved into education. She has earned a M.Ed.Tech. from Texas A&M, a B.B.A. in Finance from University of Houston, and a A.A. in Pre-Engineering from Houston Community College. She serves on the Advisory Council of MHAHouston.org's Center for School Behavioral Health and presents workshops on learning differences in the community and as an adjunct instructor at Lone Star College-Montgomery's Academy of Lifelong Learning. Gayle is Founding Co-Facilitator for both OurTrainingCenter.org and SpecialNeedsSibs.org. For more information on our on-going learning projects and teams, please visit Gayle’s main website at GettingSorted.com. Bill Arrants is a Nebraska native who moved to the north Houston area in 2015. He graduated from Bellevue University in Omaha, NE with a degree in Healthcare Management. In 2006 with his business partner Bill founded Integrated Life Choices (ILC), a home and community based provider of services to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. ILC grew in NE since 2006 to support nearly 350 people across the state, all while developing a reputation as a dedicated provider that could find innovative service solutions for the people they supported. Bill’s move to Texas was for two reasons: first to escape winters, and secondly to expand ILC into Texas. In December of 2016, Integrated Life Choices of Texas received its certification as an HCS/TxHmL provider with the state of Texas and began supporting people in Conroe, TX in February 2017. As a Virtual Assistant with a background in healthcare, Angela Campos enjoys working with those whose interests are diverse and yet aligned with health and personal growth. She enjoys reading, crocheting, music, and spending time with family. Visit Angela's website at AngelaCampos.me.
Kenna Seiler, founder of The Seiler Law Firm, is Board Certified in Civil Appellate Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. She handles all types of litigation, including civil, commercial, business, and probate litigation. She was also named as one of H Magazine’s Top Attorneys in 2007 and 2008. For more than twenty years, she has served as guardian ad litem representing children in personal injury matters, appointed by the Courts in Montgomery County, Texas. She has lectured on seminars in Montgomery County, including on guardian ad litem issues and on professionalism and ethics., founder Kenna is a graduate of University of Houston Law School, J.D., 1991, and Trinity University in San Antonio , B.A., 1987. She was admitted to the Texas Bar in 1991 and is also admitted to the Southern and Eastern District of Texas as well as the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals. She is a member of the Montgomery County (President, 1996-1997; Director, 1994-1997, 2003-2004), The Woodlands, Houston, and American Bar Associations,and works nationally with The Rett Syndrome Foundation.
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Jessica, our first Youth Advisor, is a preteen who has been helping kids since she was 4 years old: tying their shoes and lining them up in preschool to go the playground. She is a logical and forward-thinking planner. Some have called her “motherly” and “ahead of her years”. Her passion is for horses and Junior Olympic Springboard Diving where she ranks as a top competitor in the 11 & Under age bracket. Jessica has trained with Olympians Laura Wilkinson and Kassidy Cook. She is involved in American Heritage Girls where she was top salesgirl in the Annual Fun Pasta Fundraiser both in her Troop and the Nation in 2017 by going door-to-door selling bags of pasta. She is a self-driven homeschooled child who gets involved in serving our community through service at the Food Bank, Woodlands Township, Veteran’s Day Events, Special Needs Siblings and annually earns a Gold Presidential award. Jessica has a heart for people and animals. She spends a lot of time outdoors exploring insects and nature. She hopes to get admitted to a D1 College.