Leadership

Staff Leadership Team


2017 Board of Directors


  • President
    James Mihills, Weaver
  • Vice President, Governance
    Lianne Raices, Brad Cecil & Associates
  • Vice President, Fund Development
    Angie Summers, City of Arlington
  • Secretary
    Mandy Welch, Retired, Education
  • Treasurer
    Casey Campbell, PSK LLP
  • Past President
    Sissy Day, Day and Associates

At-Large


  • LaTonya Copeland-Berry, Fort Worth ISD
  • Bill Delong, Investor
  • Lori Donovan, Texas Health Resources
  • Elena Fernandez, Perdue Brandon Fielder Collins & Mott LLP
  • Brad Jay, Weaver
  • Marti Lawrence, Community Health Charities
  • Kecia Mays, Texas Comptroller
  • Madison Munson, Student, University of Texas at Arlington 
  • Brad Perry, Chambers
  • Amanda Reading, Lockheet Martin
  • Chris Scott, PepsiCo
  • Jennifer Strand, University of Texas at Arlington
  • Josh Tyalor, Scottish American
  • Molly Thompson, Texas Health Resources
  • Tim Von Hatten, Fort Worth Lawn and Sprinkler Co.
  • Gregg Wilkinson, No Frills Grill & Sports Bar

Advisory Council


  • Council Member Sheri Capehart
  • Carolyn Casselberry, Ebby Halliday
  • Dr. Robert Cluck, Texas Health Resources Arlington Memorial Hospital
  • Bowie Hogg, School Board
  • Kirk King, Texas Health Resources
  • Mike McCoy, Meadows Foundation
  • John David Moritz, Moritz Management, LLC
  • Victor Munson, CPA
  • Barbara Nash, Community Volunteer
  • Sylvia Nichols, PALS Auxiliary Founder
  • Scott Reading, Frost Bank
  • Dr. James Sammons, Texas Health Resources Arlington Memorial Hospital
  • Dr. Allan Saxe, University of Texas at Arlington
  • State Representative Chris Turner
  • Council Member Kathryn Wilemon

 

Mission & Services

The Arlington Life Shelter provides shelter and support services to help our neighbors who are homeless integrate into society and become self-sufficient, thriving contributors to the community.


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Make a Donation

Now more than ever we need your help to continue to fulfill our responsibilities to the men, women and children we serve. We provide keys to success such as food, shelter, health and social services, etc.


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Volunteer

To volunteer when the residents are present, volunteers MUST be age 18 or older. This includes food teams serving breakfast or dinner. This is to protect the privacy, safety, and dignity of our youngest residents.


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Contact Us

Arlington Life Shelter, 325 W. Division Street, Arlington, TX 76011
(817) 548-9885

Arlington Life Shelter® 2012-2017

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