Our leadership team is driven by a commitment to fulfilling our vision.

Renaissance Heights United is led by a dedicated staff and a dynamic board comprised of senior level business and civic leaders that are deeply invested in the success of the initiative.

Kenny Mosley Jr.

Executive Director, Renaissance Heights Foundation

Veronica Tolley

Board of Directors, Chair

Vice President, Cook Children’s Physician Network

Shannon Spriggs

Board of Directors, Vice Chair

Managing Director Workforce Solutions for Tarrant County

Ann Stevenson

Board of Directors, Treasurer

Retired Uplift Education

Tiffany Clayton

Board Member, Secretary

Child Care Data Management Manager 

Michael Brown

Board Member

President/CEO, YMCA Fort Worth

Wayne Carson

Board Member

CEO, ACH Child & Family Services

Reverend Jack Crane

Board Member

Pastor Truevine Missionary Baptist Church of Fort Worth Inc.

Harriet Harral

Board Member

Retired Leadership Fort Worth

Stacy Marshell 

Board Member

President Southeast Fort Worth, Inc. 

Dr. Carlos Martinez

Board Member

Dean of Eduation, Texas Wesleyan University

Fred Slabach

Board Member

President, Texas Wesleyan University

Mark Trieb

Board Member

Partner, Fort Worth Mason Heights

Shauna Trieb

Board of Directors

Community Advocate, Fort Worth Mason Heights

Donna VanNess

Board Member

President & CEO, Housing Channel.og

Evan Smith

Network Partner

Vice President, Purpose Built Communities

Reverend Carl Pointer

Board Member, Emeritus

United Communities

Hap Baggett

(Dec 27, 1951 - Nov 26, 2019)

Board Member (2016-2019)

One thing I’d say about Renaissance Heights is that it shows you really can’t have any preconceived notions about who can come together and make this work. Different organizations came, and we never had jealousies or competing interests between or among the partners. Everybody came together once they got the vision.

We’re excited to share that our Executive Director, Kenny Mosley has been selected to be a 2023 Truist Foundation Racial Equity Ambassador through Purpose Built Communities. Through this eight-month fellowship program, Mosley will have access to trainings, one on one coaching, and practical strategies to advance racial equity within our neighborhoods and across the Purpose Built Network.

“I’m also really grateful to be on this journey with other Purpose Built Network Members who are also working to create meaningful change at the neighborhood level.” – Kenny Mosley

About Truist Foundation

Truist Foundation is committed to Truist Financial Corporation’s (NYSE: TFC) purpose to inspire and build better lives and communities. Established in 2020, the foundation makes strategic investments in nonprofit organizations to help ensure the communities it serves have more opportunities for a better quality of life. Truist Foundation’s grants and activities focus on building career pathways to economic mobility and strengthening small businesses. Learn more at Truist.com/Foundation.