Restoring hope, one child at a time.
RMYA creates brighter futures for children in crisis by promoting individual success and healthy relationships in a safe, healing environment, giving children and families the tools to end the cycle of abuse.
Protection: We offer the children in our care sanctuary from cruelty, abuse, and neglect; and acknowledge that safety, security, and non-violence are foundational to rebuilding the shattered trust of these injured souls.Simplicity: We recognize that all human beings can best fulfill their highest purpose by simply helping them understand and accept who they are using straightforward approaches that encourage recuperation, personal exploration, and healthy integration into society.Integrity: We understand that we cannot successfully engage in our work together unless we do so with respect, honesty, and humility. We have high expectations of each person’s work and behavior, and encourage self-reflection as a tool for improvement.Community: We seek out the interconnectedness that bonds us together as a team, and endeavor to actively discover ways to achieve our mutual goals. Through all we do, we look for opportunities to learn from everyone we encounter and affect human relations with the children in our care, with each other, and the broader community.Equality: We celebrate the commonalities and differences inherent in embracing a global family that includes people from all walks of life; acting and speaking respectfully in all our interactions, and listening carefully to what each person has to offer.Responsibility: We aim to thoughtfully leverage each resource entrusted to us; spending the money of our donors and grantors wisely, and encouraging knowledge sharing across staff, volunteers, and the public.
My hope for you:Is that you use my experience to improve the quality of your own life. Live one day at a time. Be positive. Be good to others. Be compassionate. Don’t argue. Be thankful for the things you do have. Don’t take your health for granted. Pray for others and yourself daily. Smile a lot. Be sure you let the people important to you know how special they are.
And now, many years after Roy’s death, his dream continues. Our hope is that with your help RMYA will continue to make Roy’s dream a reality and that children will continue to experience Roy’s love and compassion through all of us
RMYA BOARD OF DIRECTORS
President – Theo Guidry
Vice President – Business Risk Management, Valero Energy Corp.
1st Vice President – Allen Guidry
Retired Insurance Agent
2nd Vice President – John Roach
Senior Vice President – Strategic Development & Technology, Valero Energy Corp.
Secretary – Janet Oord Graves
Assistant Secretary – Bradley Randle
President, Velocio Mortgage
Treasurer – Manuel Ruiz, Jr.
Retired Civil Service & Consultant
Assistant Treasurer – Josh Loden
Senior Vice President – Middle Market Lending / Commercial Division, Broadway Bank
Parliamentarian – Charlotte Travis, Ph.D.
Historian – Barta Busby
Retired Business Owner
Retired Educator & USAA Program Manager
Gogi Dickson, Ph.D.
R. Keith Franklin, Ph.D., LPC-S, LCDC
Licensed Professional Counselor & Adjunct Professor
Retired Insurance Agent, Author, & Motivational Speaker
President & Owner, D’Ann Harper Coldwell Banker REALTORS
Executive Director – Real Estate & ROW Department, NuStar Energy L.P.
Fiscal Analyst, SAGE
Retired US Army Nurse Corps Officer
President & Owner, Morkovsky + Associates, Inc.
James L. Rizzuto
Retired Business Owner
Investment Advisor Representative, Platinum Wealth Solutions of Texas
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