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Our Staff

EXECUTIVE STAFF

Sheri Suarez Foreman
President and Chief Executive Officer
713-640-8204

Patricia Cruz-Harris
Vice President of Finance and Administration
713-640-8215 

Amelia Ribnick Kleiman
Vice President of Development and Communications
713-640-8202

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               

ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF

HCL Administration Office

Jackie Aguilera
Director of Projects
713-640-8229

W.KaNeesha Allen 
AmeriCorps Program Manager
713-777-7323

Deborah Ewing
Senior Project Manger, Community-Based Job Training Program
713-640-6024

Christal King
Employee Relations Coordinator
713-640-8210

Jones C. Mays
Manager of Technology and Facilities
713-640-8227

Alisha Procter
Provider Relations Manager
713-640-8245

Gloria Taylor-Spruce
Data Management Specialist
713-640-2880

DeAudria Stewart
Accounting Assistant
713-640-8209

Tisha TreviƱo
Communications and Development Specialist
713-640-8201

 Tina Vigil
Senior Accountant
713-640-8213


HCL Demonstration Learning Center at San Jose

Doris Larry
Lead Learning Center Manager
832-917-2010

Olga Rojas
Instructional Coordinator
713-803-1887

Norma Vargas
Instructional and Data Administrator
713-803-1889

HCL Demonstration Learning Center, Southwest

Doris Larry
Lead Learning Center Manager
832-917-2010

Dora Alim
Teacher Aide
832-917-2010

Betty Mosley
Teacher Aide
832-917-2010

HCL Demonstration Learning Center, Magnolia

Doris Larry
Lead Learning Center Manager
832-917-2010

Elmer Romero 
English@Work Project Programs Manager
713-777-7323

Who We Are

Houston Center for Literacy,
a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, is working to improve literacy rates by connecting literacy providers and resources to support adult learners.

Our Mission

In order to boost the economy of Houston, Houston Center for Literacy strengthens providers of adult education who, in turn, provide necessary skills for underemployed citizens to fulfill their potential and become economically self-sufficient. 

Our Vision 

We envision a city where every adult is equipped with the basic skills they need to qualify for jobs that will allow them to support their families and thrive as prosperous, independent, successful members of our society.