Kathryn is President of the Jesse T. & Jodie E. King Foundation, a family foundation. The Colemans’ philanthropic involvement includes: Methodist Children’s Home, St. Luke’s United Methodist Church, Rice University, Scenic Houston, Rothko Chapel, Houston reVision, and KIPP schools. Kathryn is an active volunteer and fundraiser in Houston and her community involvement includes service on the boards of Shepherd School of Music – Rice University, Bering Omega Community Services, Salvation Army Women’s Auxiliary, Friends of Fondren Library – Rice University, Laity Renewal Foundation, and Wesley Community Center. She owned an interior design firm for 20 years and also has an extensive background in law firm administration with Weil, Gotshal & Manges (Miami, Houston), and Vinson & Elkins (Houston, Dallas). Coleman graduated cum laude from The University of Texas at Austin with a Bachelor of Science degree, and she holds a Master of Arts degree from Texas A&M University. Kathryn and her husband, Hank, spend summers in Santa Fe and as much time as possible during the rest of the year. They are members of St. Luke’s United Methodist Church (Houston), where Kathryn sings in the Chancel Choir and Hank teaches an adult Sunday School class. They are associate members of the Church of the Holy Faith (Santa Fe), where Kathryn is also a choir member. Hank Coleman is a retired partner with Vinson & Elkins, LLP, Houston, and is now in private practice. The Colemans have four grown children and five grandchildren.
Kathryn King Coleman, Immediate Past Chair
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