Chapter Member Spotlight
Treasurer Racquel Ceasar was recently promoted to Finance Manager at Motiva Enterprises, LLC. She has been with Motiva for 17 years. She is a proud Alumna of Grambling State University (B.S. Marketing) and has two beautiful children, Addison (10) and Austin (4).
During her spare time, she enjoys putting together puzzles, reading, and event planning. Treasurer Ceasar was inducted into the South Belt Houston Chapter in 2012 and continues to "add value," in the spirit of her life motto, through her various contributions to the Budget and Children's Cluster Committees. We are so grateful to you, Treasurer Ceasar. Congratulations on your promotion!
Historian Tanya Williams has served our Chapter tremendously over the past five years. She was inducted into the South Belt Houston Chapter in 2015 and has used her amazing skills in graphic arts and painting to bring to life all of our Chapter's publications.
Historian Williams is a proud graduate of Lamar University (B.S. Graphic Design). She received her MBA from Letourneau University. She is the loving mother of Camille Williams (16) and has been married to her husband, Lonnie for 20 years. In her view, "to see is to believe, to believe is to know, to know is to make it happen." Thank you, Historian Williams, for using your amazing talents to "make it happen" for our Chapter.
Corresponding Secretary Sondra Tennessee has given the South Belt Houston Chapter much to be proud of. She has assumed a new role at the University of Houston Law Center as Associate Dean of Alumni and Community Relations. She recently chaired the University of Houston's Search Committee for the Director of Diversity and Inclusion. And most recently, she received the Association of American Law School's Peter N. Kuktulakis Student Services Award, a national recognition for her outstanding contributions in the provision of service to students.
Secretary Tennessee is the amazing mother of Jacob (17) and has been married to her loving husband, Gregory for 19 years. When Secretary Tennessee isn't busy with her work on the 5 Star and Technology Committees, she enjoys working out, public speaking, and watching TED talks. She is a graduate of Vanderbilt University (B.A. Philosophy) and received her J.D. from Washington University in St. Louis. Secretary Tennessee's life motto is to be a blessing to at least one person everyday. She certainly has been a blessing to our Mothers and South Belt since her induction in 2014. We are incredibly proud of you, Secretary Tennessee!
Mother Errika Perkins, CPA assumed a new role as Chief of Harris County's Audit Division. She is a proud graduate of the University of Houston (B.S. Accounting) and she is a Certified Internal Auditor (CIA) and Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE). Mother Perkins is the loving mother of two children, Jaylen (12) and Jada (9). She has been married to her husband, Hymes, for 15 years.
When Mother Perkins isn't busy serving as Chair of both the Synthia St. James Budget and Debutante Ball Fundraising Committees, she enjoys cooking and gardening. Mother Perkins' motto is to appreciate life because tomorrow is not guaranteed.
Mother Perkins, we appreciate you and thank you for devoting your talents and service to the South Belt Houston Chapter.