Our Board of Directors is committed to fulfilling the Foundation’s vision of showing love and compassion to parents at a time when they need it the most.

A Word About Our Board Members...

Roxanne M. Valdez
Native Houstonian, Graduated from the University of Houston with a Bachelor's Degree in Journalism & a minor in graphics & photography. Commercial Print & Mail Coordinator for the Houston Chronicle.

“I am a part of Micah's Children Foundation because a child is a precious gift that God gives and unfortunately sometimes they are taken away. I want to be a part of helping those who might unexpectedly lose a child. I want those families to know that when they think all is lost Micah's Children Foundation can help and ease some of their financial pain and give them the comfort of knowing their child will have the proper burial and place to rest until they reunite in the Kingdom of Heaven.” - Roxanne M Valdez

Sheree Bell
Educational background is in Healthcare Management and currently a Medical Office Specialist Instructor at a post secondary school. Sheree has a five-year-old son whom she adores and participates as a Team Mom to most of his extracurricular activities. In addition, Sheree is also a member of SWIG, which is an organization of professional women who provide career advice and scholarship information to high school and college students.

“It is a blessing and honor to participate in such an organization that represents the love and concern of all children as if they were their own. My goal is to support the Micah’s Children Foundation to the fullest in extending a helping hand to the entire community. My pledge to all is to think of yourself in the footsteps of a deceased family member and wonder how you will be taken care of.” - Sheree Bell

Ayeisha Mutope Johnson
An attorney licensed to practice law in the state and federal courts of Texas and in state and federal courts in several other locations, including the Supreme Court of the United States. Her practice in Texas has focused on individual rights, including civil rights, education, employment, family, probate and private litigation, among other areas. With God at its center, the Law Office of Ayesha G. Mutope-Johnson prides itself on practicing from the heart, not just the head, taking the time to look behind the legal issues and discover the needs of the person. We believe that, in carrying out its mission of leading people to find their best possible lives, the firm is having singular success. We focus on children and families because we know that, in doing so, we are influencing the future.

“Micah's Children Foundation shares our goals of caring, compassion and setting things right for grieving parents -- so that families can heal. I lift up this worthy organization." - Ayeisha Mutope Johnson

Valeria O. Dixon-Fuller
Married to Shawn Fuller. Mother to three children, Johnathan, Nicholas, and Logan. A high school chemistry instructor, and currently working on a master degree in educational counseling.

“Children are a blessed gift from God. I cherish all the time He has allowed my husband and I to be Johnathan's, Nic-Nic, and Lo-Lo's parents. The mission of the Micah's Children Foundation is dear to our hearts because Shawn and I did lose a child. The hurt never goes away. Because of our lost we have tremendous empathy for any one who has to experience the loss of a child. Shawn and I believe in the ministry of Micah's Children Foundation and gladly give our support." - Valeria O. Dixon-Fuller

Our Board Members

Dr. Lawrence Brandyburg - Vice President, Board of Directors
College Professor, School Board Aministrator

Roxanne Valdez
- Secretary, Board of Directors
Graphic and Print Coordinator with a degree in Journalism.

Robbie Lee
- Treasurer, Board of Directors
Entrepreneur/Owner Black Art Gallery

Ayesha Mutope-Johnson
Attorney-at -Law

Valeria Fuller
High School Chemistry Teacher at Eisenhower High School who has also personally experienced the lost of a child.

Committee Chairs

Annual Gala Chair
Sheree Bell
- Hospital/Medical Records Counselor

Annual Golf Tournament Chair
Darryl Deber
- Associate Pastor Lighthouse Missionary Baptist Church

Our way of giving back to the community is by bringing peace to families by helping ease the financial burden when dealing with a child’s death. The love of Micah’s Children Foundation is here to help.

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