Reverend Sean Steele
Sean is an Episcopal Priest and Church Planter with St. Isidore Episcopal, a 3-year-old community in Spring TX. While studying finance at the University of Texas he discovered the love of God and started his path to ordained ministry. Sean is always on the lookout for people left-out by how we traditionally gather as Church. He received an MA in Theology from Creighton University, an MDiv from Seminary of the Southwest, and is a trained mediator and coach. Sean has been working with HSWT for 2 years and is passionate about their mission and philosophy. He loves playing basketball and spending time with his spouse, Becky, and their three kids.
Sandra is a native Houstonian with a passion for helping others. She has over 30 years’ experience planning and coordinating events for fundraisers, galas and special events. Her greatest joy is spending time with her granddaughter. After meeting Barbara and learning of her desire and drive to reach those in need of a service, often unthought of, and providing them a sense of self-pride and dignity, she knew she wanted to be involved. Sandra has worked with Have Shears Will Travel in different capacities and is passionate about their mission to help those in need.
Because a salon is not an option for everyone.
Barbara Goodson –Founder and Executive Director of Have Shears Will Travel. She is a native Houstonian aged 62 and held a barber license since 1978 caring for elderly, shut-in, family, friends, neighbors and church members. Although employed in the oil and gas industry for much of her career, the greatest joy and passion is serving others through her hair styling skills.
Reverend David Nelson – Chairman of Have Shears Will Travel.
Fr. David finds his heart filled by reading theology books, playing disc golf, and learning more about people’s spiritual lives. He has a lovely wife, Beth Anne, is the Youth Minister at Good Shepherd Episcopal Church in Kingwood. They are blessed with a daughter, Grace, who is a toddler.
He grew up in Sugar Land, TX. In college he played baseball and graduated from St. Mary’s University (San Antonio), followed by Virginia Theological Seminary in 2005. Next, he served in campus ministry at the University of Toledo and Bowling Green State University until early 2011. Fr. David has served as Rector of Christ the King since March of 2011.
Treasurer– Bill has a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree and is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA). In recent years, he has also worked to make contributions to various enterprises and charitable organizations in the accounting and finance area. He currently serves as a member of the Vestry of Christ The King Episcopal Church in Humble, TX and is its Treasurer. In addition, he is on the Board of the Lake Houston Musical Arts Society.
Board of Directors:
Bob Schorr – Secretary of Have Shears Will Travel
Prior to founding Twenty-First Insight in February of 2001, Bob was a Vice President with Enron Corp. In his 22-½ years with the firm, he served in a variety of management positions including media and investor relations, strategic planning, project development, marketing, sales, customer relationship management, communications, advertising, corporate identity, merger integration, joint venture management, organizational development, and executive coaching.
Bob and his wife, Nancy, have three grown children. Lindsay, BA Music Therapy - Southern Methodist University, 2000, lives in Colorado Springs, CO with her husband, Jon and children, Natalie and Tyler; Andy, BA, East Asian Studies and Politics - Washington & Lee University, 2004, is an entrepreneur and business owner in Beijing, China; and, Julie, BA, Religious Studies and Psychology - University of Richmond, VA, 2008, and Masters in Higher Education - University of Denver, 2011, lives in Denver with her husband Keenan and is a university Students
Nancy Dillard- Have Shears Will Travel
Nancy has worked as a Realtor for the last twenty-five years. Helping people find the perfect home gives her great satisfaction. She has found similar joy in the many organizations and groups that she has volunteered at through the years. Almost 40 years ago, she co-founded Mothers Against Cancer, a charity dedicated to raising funds for pediatric cancer research for Texas Children’s Hospital Cancer
Center. She knows the hard work and dedication that is needed for a charity to continue to grow and flourish, and her goal as a member of this board is to assist Barbara and the other leaders to reach the next plateau.