Our Board of DirectorsMission Centers of Houston
Mr. Andy Armstrong
Mr. Armstrong is the owner and operator of More Space Place of Houston. Prior to this undertaking he served in various business development roles with gas pipeline companies, most recently TransCanada in Houston.
Mr. Andrew Armour
Mr. Armour is a Development Associate with PinPoint Commercial, a commercial real estate development company in Houston. He and his family have served as volunteers at Mission Centers of Houston for over 20 years.
Rev. Jeff Chadwick
Rev. Chadwick has served as as the Executive Director of Mission Centers of Houston since April 2016. For a more complete bio Click here
Mrs. Vera Clark
Mrs. Clark is retired following a career as an Executive Search Director. Her expertise and experience is in executive and legal staffing, focusing her career on building teams of attorneys in corporations, as well as placing attorneys in top law firms. Vera assists Fortune 500 Corporations and select law firms in finding legal experts in a variety of practice areas, including health care, regulatory, intellectual property, tax, general corporate, litigation, labor and employment and highly specialized areas of law.
Dr. Steve Hall
Dr. Hall has been the Pastor of Bethany Baptist Church in East Houston since 1985. He is a graduate of Prairie View A&M University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Civil Engineering and a Minor in Mathematics. He also served for four years in the US Army, earning the “Meritorious Service Medal” before receiving an Honorable Discharge in his permanent rank of Captain.
Dr. Hall completed his Master and Doctorate degrees of study at the Houston Graduate School of Theology, in Houston Texas. He holds both an MDiv. (Master of Divinity) degree and a DMin. (Doctor of Ministry) degree as a result of his ABHE accredited seminary studies.
In the Community, he continues to serve in capacities wherever God opens doors. He served for many years as a commissioner on the City of Houston’s Land Assemblage Redevelopment Authority (LARA Board) (Member 2008 – 2018); and now serves as commissioner for the Houston Land Bank (Member 2018 –Present). He is also currently serving as Professor and Dean of Urban Programs for The Southern Reformed Theological College & Seminary of Houston, Texas. This appointment has afforded Dr. Hall the opportunity to serve the Christian Community in a wider capacity by preparing other pastors, ministers and lay leaders of all denominations for the work of the Church. (Fall 2017-Present)
Mr. Perry Harrell
Mr. Harrell is Principal of Harrell Architects, LP. He is a graduate of Louisiana Tech University with both Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Architecture degrees. He has been a licensed Architect in the State of Texas since 1985 and a Texas licensed Interior Designer since 1993. Mr. Harrell is a member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) and is also a certified Healthcare Architect through The American College of Healthcare Architects (ACHA).
Mr. Randy Limbacher
Mr. Limbacher has spent the last 39 years in various roles in the oil and gas exploration and production business. Since 2017, Randy has been a partner in Meridian Energy, LLC, an energy advisory firm that is currently providing exclusive services to Riverstone Holdings, LLC. Prior to that he has served in various executive management roles, including CEO and President of Samson Resources, CEO and President of Rosetta Resources, and President, Exploration and Production of the Americas for ConocoPhillips, and COO and Executive Vice President of Burlington Resources.
Randy has served on the Board of Directors of CARBO Ceramics Inc. since 2007 and as a Director of TransCanada Corporation since 2018. He has also served as past Chairman of the Board and a long-time director of Junior Achievement of Southeast Texas, where he earned JA’s National Gold Leadership Award in 2009. Carol and Randy support several charities through the Limbacher Family Foundation which was established in 2012. They are also actively involved in “Susan’s Rally” which supports women’s health issues and works with Sojourn House to provide housing for cancer patients seeking treatment in the Houston area.
Mr. Pat Pollan
Mr. Pollan is the Principal of Pollan Hausman Real Estate Services, LLC. He is a Certified Property Manager (CPR®), a licensed real estate broker in the State of Texas, and has a degree in finance and economics. Mr. Pollan serves on the board of directors for BEAR (Be A Resource for CPS Kids). He is also a long time member of IREM (Institute of Real Estate Management). He is a member of ACRP (Association of Commercial Real Estate Professionals), HOLBA (Houston Office Leasing Brokers Association), HAR (Houston Association of Realtors), TAR (Texas Association of Realtors), NAR (National Association of Realtors) and Lakeside Country Club.
Mr. W. Marc Schwartz
Mr. Schwartz is founder and Chairman of Schwartz Associates, a private economic and analytics consulting firm. Marc provides expert witness, economic and strategic consulting and restructuring/bankruptcy services to clients. In addition, since 1993, he has served as a Chapter 11 bankruptcy trustee and serves as a state court receiver. Marc spent his first twenty years of professional practice with the firm of Coopers & Lybrand, now PricewaterhouseCoopers, as a staff member and partner in their audit and financial advisory services practices. In 1993, he established his own practice specializing in expert witness, bankruptcy advisory, including serving as a Chapter 11 Trustee and Examiner with Expanded Powers, and serving as a Federal and State Court Receiver. Marc continues that practice with Nathan.
Marc is a Certified Public Accountant licensed to practice in Texas and Illinois, and is Certified in Financial Forensics by the AICPA. Marc is also a Certified Fraud Examiner and was recently recognized by the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners with their life time achievement award for his contributions to the profession of fraud prevention. Since 1983 Marc has testified in Federal and state district courts, bankruptcy courts and in arbitration proceedings.
In addition to serving on the board of directors at MCH, he serves on the board and executive committee of the ESCAPE Family Resource Center and is the District President of the Texas Louisiana Gulf Coast District of the National Exchange Club. He is also a member of the board of the Marjorie Evans Foundation.
Mrs. Linda Turner
Ms.Turner is Manager, Logistics Procurement for Americas Styrenics, LLC. She joined AmSty in this position in 2013. Linda leads AmSty’s efforts to secure and develop a robust Transportation network both domestic and international. Previously, Mrs. Turner served as Director of Transportation of First Energy Corporation in Akron, Ohio, the U.S.’s fourth largest utility company. Before joining First Energy, Mrs. Turner held numerous management assignments in the chemical industry at companies including TOTAL and Mobil Chemical.
Mrs. Turner serves on the Board of Directors for the Southwest Association of Railshippers, the National Association of Railshippers, The Waterways Council and the National Freight and Transportation Association. She is a Past President of the SWARS Association and Past Vice-President of American Chemical Council’s Transportation Association.