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Malia Pham


With a background leading clinical operations at Western University of Health Sciences and as the former VP of Operations for CDS in Texas, Malia Pham brings a wealth of expertise in the areas of healthcare and education. Currently, as the owner of House of Colour Brooks City Base, she channels her passion for service into the business realm, constantly driven by her commitment to community and advocacy. Beyond the boardroom, she is a dedicated advocate for patients and underserved communities, a champion for special needs and the IDD community, as well as a fervent supporter of education. Her multifaceted career is underscored by a relentless pursuit to empower and uplift others, marking Malia as a leader deeply invested in fostering societal progress.

Stella Bustos

Rosie Coronado Barrera


Rosie Coronado Barrera is a Native Texan that grew up in the South San Antonio area.

Rosie is a wife to a Retired Air Force Veteran, a mother, and a grandmother of seven.  As a military wife, she has lived abroad and throughout the U.S. and made a full circle back to her hometown of San Antonio in 1993.

Rosie has been a realtor for 20 + years & licensed as a residential Real Estate Broker for R Coronado Realty, serving Bexar, Wilson and surrounding counties.

Her military experience of relocating her own family has given her great insight on how to better serve her community for Military or Non-Military families when faced with a major move to a new city, or a new home.  Her goal in life and in business is to serve in the best way possible.

Randy Bullis


Randy Bullis is the Market Campus President for The College of Health Care Professions.  Randy joined the team in September 2018.  His career in higher education began 17 years ago as a business instructor and has since then had duties as a Program Director, Division Director, School Director, Director of Special Projects, and Director of Regulatory Affairs. Randy has years of volunteer service with the Alamo Area Council of the Boy Scouts of America.  

Randy is a former Assistant District Attorney for Webb County, Assistant City Attorney for the City of Laredo, Municipal Court Judge for the City of El Paso, as well as maintaining a private practice of law in his native home of El Paso, Texas. 

Randy earned a BBA in Accounting from the University of Texas at El Paso, and his Doctor of Jurisprudence from the University of Texas School of Law.  Randy and his wife Molly have raised six kids together, including three that also graduated from the University of Texas (Hook ‘Em!).  Randy enjoys reading, music, and spending time with his three grandchildren.

Ana Bentancourt

Ana Betancourt is a local licensed Humana sales agent in San Antonio, TX. She is also an experienced Property & Casualty, Life & Health Insurance Agent for the past 10+ years. Specializing in Medicare. At Humana, we know Medicare—and we work hard to help you understand it. As a Licensed Medicare Agent she enjoys helping clients choose the most appropriate coverage for their individual needs. Knowing that shoppers have many options to consider when selecting a plan. She helps them navigate through the intricacies of Medicare and introduce the community to what Humana has to offer.

Ana enjoys giving back to the community, specially to our Seniors. In her free time, she enjoys volunteering at different food pantries and playing an active role with the fun activities at different senior community centers and senior living apartments. Ana enjoys the little things that make seniors' smile.

Noami Ramirez Campos


Noami Ramirez Campos is the Human Resources Manager at Toyotetsu Texas.  With a 20 plus year career in Human Resources, where the most important aspect of the job for her has been to always listen for understanding and never forget the human part of the job.   This holds true for the community work she has done over the years.  Noami has been the Pastoral Council Chair at St. James the Apostle Catholic Church for two years, at St. Clare Catholic Church –

Noami has held various roles:

  • Pastoral Council Chair - 8 years

  • Finance Council Co-Chair 5 years

  • Building Board Chair - 10 years

Additionally, Noami has given her time as an advocate for of Family Violence working with SAPD on the Crisis Response Team for 10 years, where she provided services and immediate intervention of victims on Friday and Saturday nights from 7:00pm – 2:00am.   

In the most recent community work, Noami works with Texas Workforce Commission – Vocational Rehabilitation Services and AACOG to help train and provide gainful employment opportunities for individuals with Intellectual and Development Disabilities.    

 Noami is a graduate from Texas A&M University – Kingsville with a bachelor’s degree in psychology and a minor in Criminology.  

 She’s a lifetime fan of: Cowboys, Spurs, Astros and University of Houston Cougars.  When not watching sports, my husband and I caddie our 2 sons as they participate weekly in U.S. Kids Golf Tournaments around the city and U.S.  

Sara Lucy

Sara Lucy is the creator of Street News SA, one of the top Facebook groups in North America, recognized by Facebook as a Top Community Leader. Street News SA began after her 10-year career in the Limousine Industry at the beginning of the pandemic in March 2020.

Street News SA boast over 98,000 members and has helped with food drives, meal drives, provided emergency shelter for the homeless, and has provided numerous other emergency resources.

Her Facebook Group has been featured on San Antonio Express News, The Report, and Fox 29 News. Most recently Sara created Educational Videos and in person community meetings for Street News SA in hopes of creating ways for her community to connect, heal, and help each other in even more fruitful ways.

In addition to her Facebook Group, Street News SA, Sara serves as a Board of Director & Deputy Director for Global Chamber San Antonio, Board of Director of Ma Hila's Heart Project (Children, Adolescent, & Young Adult Cancer), Board of Director for Scooby Van of San Antonio (Children's Literacy), Partner & Mentor for R3 Student Outreach Executive Team, Member of Westover Hills Church, Activity & Outdoor Event Coordinator for Community H - Girl Scouts and Troop Leader, Executive Team Member for Tamox Talom Food Forest at Padre Park, Executive Team Member for Women Unlimited!, and helps in Leadership Positions with several other Community Projects and Organizations.


James Quintana

James Quintana, a Financial Services Professional at New York Life, is dedicated to helping families and small businesses reach their financial goals. With 14 years of teaching math and engineering under his belt, he's passionate about promoting STEM education and inspiring the next generation of leaders.
James is an active member of the community, volunteering with organizations such as the Rotary club and participating in community service initiatives to make a positive impact locally. As a proud father of a Brackenridge High School student, he values spending quality time with his family and friends, discovering new places, and meeting new people.
Whether in his professional life or community involvement, James is committed to making a difference and helping those around him achieve their goals.

Rosalinda Ramirez