|Morris A. Stribling, DPM, Chairman
Dr. Stribling, is President of Foot Care of Central San Antonio and has been in private practice for 28 years. He is also President of Alamo Ambulatory Surgical Center, LLC, and owner of The Foot Store, a retail outlet for specialized shoes and foot health care products. Dr. Stribling served two terms as the Chairman of the Alamo City Chamber of Commerce and developed numerous programs to benefit African American business owners, emerging leaders, women and youth interested in entrepreneurship. Dr. Stribling is founder and chairman of the Black Business Expo of San Antonio has served as Chairman of the annual MLK celebration. He also represented City Council District 8 for three years as Zoning Commissioner and has served on the Board of Directors for the Greater San Antonio Chamber of Commerce. In 2005, he served as Vice Chairman. A native of Buffalo, New York, Dr. Stribling graduated from Canisius College with a BA in Biology, and from the Temple School of Podiatry in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania with a Doctor of Podiatric Medicine Degree.He completed a surgical residency at Giuffre Hospital in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
|Charles Muñoz, Vice-Chairman
Mr. Muñoz, principal of Thomas Edison High School since 1993, has been an educator in the San Antonio Independent School District (SAISD) for 40 years. Muñoz was a teacher at Mann Middle School, assistant principal at Jefferson HS and principal of Whittier Middle School. He served on the board of the VIA Metropolitan Transit Authority, is a member of the Texas A&M Principals’ Center and was inducted into the Fox Tech High School Distinguished Graduate Hall of Fame. In 2004, Muñoz was honored as Principal of the Year by the Texas Education Agency Education Service Center Region 20 and the SAISD Parent, Teacher, Student Association. He has a bachelor’s in political science from St. Mary's University and a master’s in education from Our Lady of the Lake University.
|Tommy Adkisson, Commissioner
Tommy Adkisson was born in San Antonio, graduated from St. Gerard Catholic High School and the University of Texas at Austin with a Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance. He served as an Investigator for District Attorney Ted Butler in the Bexar County District Attorney’s Office, then went on to graduate from the South Texas College of Law in Houston with a Juris Doctorate.A board-certified attorney in family law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization, Tommy currently practices family, real estate, and probate law in addition to maintaining a fee attorney’s office for Alamo Title Company. A dedicated public servant, he also served four years in the Texas House of Representatives from 1981-1983 and from 1985-1987 and later for sixteen years on the Bexar County Commissioners Court from 1999-2014.
With an unwavering lifelong commitment to helping others, Tommy is zealously focused on encouraging what he refers to as the “neighborhood agenda,” i.e., public safety, basic infrastructure (streets, sidewalks, and drainage), code enforcement, animal care services, public schools, and economic development. He strongly believes that the better we treat all of our neighborhoods- new and old, small and large- the more we can all accomplish and progress as a community.Along with his wife of twenty-one years, Karen Barbee Adkisson, a San Antonio native and dynamic small-business owner, Tommy enjoys spending free time with their young rescue dog, Rally, and collaborating with their neighbors, church, family, and friends to lift up and strengthen San Antonio!
|Francesca Caballero, Commissioner
Francesca Caballero is the Business Manager for Corporate Communications at Whataburger. Francesca recently worked as the Liaison to the City Council in the Office of Mayor Ivy Taylor. Prior to working in the Mayor’s Office, she served as the Policy and Zoning Manager for City Council District 2 where she focused on Eastside Economic Revitalization initiatives and public policy. Francesca was selected by the National Association for the Latino Community Asset Builders to participate in the Colegio Fellowship Program, was a founding trustee in the San Antonio Chapter of the Awesome Foundation, and has served as a mentor for Big Brothers Big Sisters. Ms. Caballero graduated from Columbia University where she studied Psychology and Sociology.
|Charles Clack, Commissioner
Charles Clack is a San Antonio Housing Authority resident who was born in San Antonio in 1942. He is a former Marine and has a long history in the food and beverage industry, where he served with Hilton Hotels for 45 years. An active member of the San Antonio community for the past two decades, he held the role of Resident Council President at W.C. White Apartments for seven years. Clack graduated from high school in 1960, and attended college in Arizona State. In 1963, he joined the United States Marine Corps and served from 1963 to 1967.
|Marie R. McClure, Commissioner
Marie Rose McClure is an 82-year old San Antonio Housing Authority resident and has lived in San Antonio since 1984. A New York native, McClure was born in New York City, where she earned her nursing degree from St. Catherine’s Hospital School of Nursing in Brooklyn. She worked as a Registered Nurse until 1998, and served in U.S. Air Force Nurse Corp from 1959 to 1963. She was widowed in 2001 and has lived in housing for sixteen years. She volunteers in her spare time, including serving as the Food Bank team leader at the Madonna apartments. McClure is the second oldest of seven children born to Italian immigrant parents. She is the proud mother of five children, six grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
|Jessica Weaver, Commissioner
Jessica Weaver is the CEO of Communities In Schools of San Antonio. A native of San Antonio, Jessica returned after obtaining her college degree to raise her family and start her career. She joined the team of Communities In Schools as a Case Manager over 25 years ago and has served in several roles to support the agency’s work and growth in the community. Serving most recently as the Chief Operating Officer, she stepped into the position of CEO in 2014. She is a strong advocate for collaboration and has dedicated most of her career in building community and agency partnerships to support students in overcoming obstacles and obtaining an education. Jessica has served on numerous community committees including Northside Family and Community Engagement, Excel Beyond the Bell and My Brother’s Keeper San Antonio. Jessica graduated from the UT Austin School of Social Work and has completed post graduate work in Public Administration.