Dr. Purposed-Carn – CEO/FOUNDER
D’Vine Destiny Ministry & Crisis Center
Treasurer – Gwen Randolph
Gwen Randolph is a Tax Agent and IT support Analyst in the Houston
area. She is currently employed with Vinson and Elkins Law Firm,
where she has worked diligently for 19 years. Gwen has worked in 0the
Tax Field over 35 years and started her own business, “X-ell Tax &
Bookkeeping Services ” in 2002, and have established over 50 Clients.
Natasha Jackson – Director/Executive Secretary
Natasha Jackson is a native Houstonian. She has over 15 years of planning, coordinating, organizing events, team building, development, training, and etc. Supervisory experience of several Social Services aspects. Romans 12:6-8 notes about using one’s gift accordingly.
Bailey Johnson – Volunteer
My ultimate goal is to be a help and a blessing to some one’s life by
telling my story of courage and strength. One of my biggest
achievements in life was walking away with my head held high when
pride had kept me fragile and alone in a world of darkness.
Ketina Willis -Mentor/Program Developer
Ketina Willis has served professionally as a classroom teacher, a coach/mentor, a coordinator and a Assistant Principal. She has a passion and a background in the development and presentation of a variety of professional conferences, educational conferences, in her
school district. Ketina is a member of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority Inc., where she serves as the Chaplin and volunteers for services projects, that focus on empowering women and young girls in various aspects of life.
Courtney Brown – Volunteer
A 21 year old student graduating from College in Culinary this upcoming December. She is dependable. Very organized and loves helping in the community.
/Marketing He’s been in his field for over 20 years. Loves helping pull people to the next level, a Fashion Expert, and loves contributing to his community.
Carvana Cloud-Hicks – Executive Legal Advisor
Carvana Cloud is the founder and executive director of Community Empowerment Solutions (CES).CES is a social justice collaborative designed to support and empower underserved communities by creating conditions that reduce violence and promotes positive outcomes where people live, learn work, and play. Carvana began her legal career as a prosecutor with the harris Country District Attorney’s Office and completed her most recent stint as an executive prosecutor serving as the Bureau Chief of Special Victims Bureau dedicated to enhancing victim safety and offender accountability in regards to domestic violence, sexual assault, child abuse, and human trafficking crimes. . By leveraging her litigation skills, violence prevention expertise, coalition building, and management experience, Carvana created CES to establish strategic partnerships with governmental and private entities