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

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, Workforce Solutions for Tarrant County 

Mike Brown

Board Member

President/CEO, YMCA Fort Worth

Dr. Wanye Carson

Board Member

CEO, ACH Child & Family Services

Pastor Jack A. Crane

Board Member

Pastor Truevine Missionary Baptist Church of Fort Worth Inc.

Harriet Harrel

Board Member

Retired Leadership Fort Worth

Stacy Marshall

Board Member

President Southeast Fort Worth, Inc. 

Dr. Carlos Martinez

Board Member

Dean of Education, Texas Wesleyan University

Roderick Miles

Board Member

Executive Administrator Program & Outreach, Office of County Commissioner Roy Charles Brooks Precint 1

Fred Slabach

Board Member

Former 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

Rev. Carl Pointer

Board Member, Emeritus

United Communities Neighbood Alliance

Happy 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.

Our Vision for Renaissance Heights

As a leader in Community Development, Renaissance Heights Foundation (RHF), is dedicated to transforming Southeast Fort Worth through our innovative initiatives and collaborative approach. Our mission is rooted in implementing the Purpose Built Communities model, which stands on four pillars: Mixed-Income Housing, Cradle-to-College Career Education, Community Wellness, and Economic Vitality.

Founded on the belief that every community deserves access to quality housing, education, and resources, RHF has proven effective at playing the role of strategist and coordinator and succeeded in enhancing economic mobility in 76105 and surrounding zip codes. We work tirelessly elevating our community initiatives and advocating for the people who call Renaissance Heights home.

In the area of Neighborhood Development (2024-2026), we will prioritize stakeholder-led development of neighborhood infrastructure, funding acquisition, and community support to realize our vision. Current projects include the development of mixed-income apartments, single-family homes, and townhouses, as well as permanent supportive housing rental units in collaboration with HousingChannel, Columbia Residential and the Salvation Army of North Texas.

Going Beyond Housing: We understand the importance of creating vibrant, inclusive community spaces. We are dedicated to advocating for targeted investments in the civic infrastructure, including streetscape improvement, development of Happy Park, creation of new athletic fields and pavilion at the YMCA, and establishment of commercial retail space for small businesses.

As we move forward, we’re eager to highlight Renaissance Heights and Purpose Built Communities as a blueprint for successful community development. Emphasizing forward-thinking, innovative approaches, our aim is to make a lasting, positive impact on the community that will endure for generations.

Experience the transformation with us! Welcome to Renaissance Heights.

In Community,

Kenny Mosley, Executive Director