Building a community where ALL children have the opportunity to succeed
Skill and Faith Athletes
Skill and Faith Athletes
We cannot seek achievement for ourselves and forget about progress and prosperity for our community … Our ambitions must be broad enough to include the aspirations and needs of others, for their sakes and for our own. -- Cesar Chavez
SHANNON LEE is a Clinical Social Worker, a licensed professional counselor, and a licensed marriage and family therapist. She is an honor graduate of Letourneau University having earned a Master’s in Counseling. She is an honor graduate of the University of Phoenix having earned a Bachelor’s in Psychology. She has held positions as Primary and Secondary Teacher, Professional Speaker, Safety Coordinator, and Site Coordinator for the Dallas Independent School District. She is a Certified Tax Preparer and a Texas Notary currently training as a Texas and National Signing Agent. She is a Choreographer, a published poet, and she has served as Board Treasurer and Director of Dance for Lancaster Lil Tigers, Lancaster, Texas. Ms. Lee has achieved membership in the National Honor Society, Alpha Beta Kappa Honor Society, Delta Omega Honor Society in Public Health, and Psi Chi International Honor Society in Psychology. She was recognized for Texas Afterschool Centers on Education (ACE) Program Top Family Engagement Leader, and the Dallas ISD Business Education Career Preparation Program. She is a member of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, the American Association of Notaries, the National Notary Association, TaxPro.org (IRS), and the National Society of Tax Professionals.
"I decided to be a part of S and F Athletes because of the positive direction they provide to students. This organization allows students to feel better about themselves, so they know that they matter. I believe kids have the capability of becoming whoever and whatever they want to be. This organization allows me to help guide and direct their path to a better life.”
"I saw there was a need to help kids. They needed positive guidance. So I started mentoring. I'm one that loves helping those in need and making a difference."
REMONA JOHNSON was born in Ennis, Texas and is the mother of two, and grandmother of five. She is a graduate of Ennis High School and attended Devry Institute of Technology. She holds professional certifications as a Transitional Coach, Computerized Office Assistant, and Medical Assistant, and she is an Ordained Minister. Ms. Johnson has managed contract negotiations, operations, customer service, human resources and payroll for Advance Transportation System. She also managed customer service, payroll and the travel department for Marriott Corporation. She is Associate Minister, Women’s Ministry President, Choir Member, and Culinary Ministry volunteer at The Lord’s Missionary Baptist Church of Dallas, Texas, and the Founder of BLUE Ministries (Believers Loving Upon Everyone). She is the Business Manager for S&F Athletes, and her other volunteer service includes Genesis Women’s Shelter, Volunteer Chaplain for the Texas Department of Criminal Justice Prisons, and Five Loaves and Two Fish Ministries in Fort Worth, Texas.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
MICHELLE TRIGG has been working for Irving Independent School District for 12 years. The first two years were at Elliott Elementary School and presently she works at the Jack E. Singley Academy High School. She also has previous experience as a secretary for an attorney’s office. She has been a mentor to students in both the two years she worked at the elementary school and the ten years she has worked in high school and was instrumental in helping several seniors graduate. She has also been a Team Mom to numerous baseball, football, and basketball teams over the last 15 years. Mrs. Trigg was born in Okinawa, Japan, grew up in New Jersey, and was “transplanted” to Texas 24 years ago. She has been married for 21 years, has a wonderful son and daughter-in-law, and an exceptional new grandson.
“I have always enjoyed working with children of all ages and I’m committed to being a part of an organization that will foster students in their athletic and academic success.”
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