Chapter Member Spotlight
Financial Secretary Natasha Goode joined the South Belt Houston Chapter of Jack and Jill in 2019 under the leadership of Immediate Past President Shantell D. Brown. FS Goode is a proud alumna of the Louisiana State University where she received her Bachelors of Science in Chemical Engineering. She received her MBA from Northwood University. FS Goode was recently recognized for her leadership in developing a groundbreaking sponsorship program for African-American talent at Dow Chemical.
When FS Goode isn't busy blazing trails at Dow, she enjoys spending time with her beautiful daughter, London (TOPS), graphic design, jewelry making, and arts/crafts. FS Goode has been a huge asset to the South Belt Houston Chapter and we are grateful for her leadership and engagement. Congratulations on your recognition FS Goode!
"Preach the gospel every day and, if necessary, use words." - Financial Secretary Natasha Goode
Associate Lisa Anderson-Williams joined the South Belt Houston Chapter of Jack and Jill in 2001 under the leadership of Past President Jackie Johnson. She is the loving mother of two Jack and Jill Alumnae, Briana (24) and Jasmine (20). She currently serves South Belt Houston as a liaison to the Bylaws, Policies and Procedures, Nominating and Membership Committees. Associate Anderson-Williams is a proud graduate of Austin College where she received her Bachelors of Science in Biology. She went on to receive her Finance MBA from LeTourneau University and her Masters' in Healthcare Administration from George Washington University.
When Associate Anderson-Williams isn't busy with mentoring and inspiring young Mothers, she enjoys scrap-booking, traveling, and reading. As an Associate member, she has served us well, sharing a wealth of knowledge, enthusiasm, and her sincere love for Jack and Jill. Associate Anderson-Williams, you are a shining star!
"Live life to the fullest and enjoy every moment." - Associate Lisa-Anderson Williams
Mother Katina Cole joined the South Belt Houston Chapter of Jack and Jill in 2011 under the leadership of Past President Shanda Dixon. She is the loving mother of Evan (15) and Kyla (12), and has been married to her loving husband, Johnathan for 20 years. Mother Cole has served as Chair of the Chapter's Five Star Committee for three consecutive years, and successfully obtained and sustained our Chapter's Five Star status during her tenure. Mother Cole is a proud graduate of Louisiana State University where she received her BS in Quantitative Business Analysis and MBA with a concentration in Human Resource Management. She is the Vice President of Human Resources for the Western Hemisphere at TEAM Industrial Services.
When Mother Cole isn't busy elevating our Chapter to Five Star status and beyond, she enjoys traveling with her family, reading, watching her children do what they love, and cooking. Mother Cole has made her mark in the South Belt Houston Chapter and is the best example of what can happen when expertise, humility, a kind disposition, and positive energy coalesce--excellence! Thank you, Mother Cole, for all you've done for South Belt Houston.
"Ask, and it shall be given to you; Seek and you shall find; knock and it shall be opened unto you. " - Matthew 7:7
Sergeant-at-arms Nicole Lister joined the South Belt Houston Chapter of Jack and Jill in 2015 under the leadership of Past President Sandie Cowan. She is the loving mother of Madison (8) and Harrison (3), and has been married to her adoring husband LeArtis for 13 years. SAA Lister is a proud graduate of Southern Methodist University where she received her BS in Mechanical Engineering. She went on to obtain her MBA from the University of Houston. We are so proud to learn that SAA Lister was recently promoted. Congratulations!
When SAA Lister isn't busy doing the great work of Jack and Jill, she enjoys traveling, yoga, hiking, and baking. SAA Lister, you have been amazing to our Mothers and the South Belt Houston Chapter. Keep rising and keep shining!
"A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.” -Lao Tzu