Denise Sonleitner, Chair
Ceseley Parr Rollins, Secretary
Mara T. Gray
Laura J. Warren
Laura directs the operations of the TxP2P with an emphasis on coordination of TxP2P, grant management, grant writing, fundraising, the new transition program, the new NICU support program, the newsletter, the website, and provides parent support. Laura and her husband, James, have one grown son. He was born at 24 weeks gestation and has mild disabilities and learning difficulties.
Sue helps direct the operations of TxP2P and leads the organization in the areas of financial management, grant management, grant writing, fundraising, and evaluation analysis. Sue and her husband, Sean, have three children.
Family Support Team Lead
Susan coordinates parent matching and follow-up, travels throughout Texas to conduct Supporting Parent Volunteer trainings, provides volunteer and parent support, assists with the Transition Program, and maintains the parent and professional database and listservs. Susan and her husband, Tom, have two children. Their daughter has Down syndrome.
Family Support Team
Rosalba coordinates parent matching and follow-up, travels throughout Texas to conduct Supporting Parent Volunteer trainings, and provides bilingual volunteer and parent support. Rosalba has a son with Cerebral Palsy and a daughter.
Family Support Team
Patty coordinates parent matching and follow-up, travels throughout Texas to conduct Supporting Parent Volunteer trainings, and provides volunteer and parent support. She and her husband, Joe, have 4 children. One daughter, Jessica, has multiple disabilities.
Mary Jane Ledesma
Family Support Team
Mary Jane coordinates parent matching and follow-up, travels throughout Texas to conduct Supporting Parent Volunteer trainings, and provides bilingual volunteer and parent support. Mary Jane and her husband have four children. Their daughter has Down syndrome.
Mary Jo Miller
Mary Jo coordinates the NICU Network. Mary Jo has one daughter and three grandchildren.
Pathways to Adulthood Transition Team Coordinator
Rosemary coordinates the Transition Program for families of youth and young adults and provides parent support. Rosemary and her husband, Bill, have two grown sons. The oldest has multiple disabilities.
Pathways to Adulthood Transition Team Lead
Cynda helps coordinate the Pathways to Adulthood Program, travels throughout Texas to conduct trainings and provides volunteer and parent support. She has 2 children. Her 20-year-old daughter has epilepsy and splintered mental health skills.
Pathways to Adulthood Transition Team
Gail travels throughout Texas to conduct trainings for the Pathways to Adulthood Program and provides parent support. Gail has 4 grown children, and the youngest has multiple disabilities.
Training and Conference Coordinator
Jeanine provides trainings to parents and professionals on health care issues and other topics through the Family to Family Health Information Center, works on the Task Force website, nd oversees the statewide and regional conferences. Jeanine and her husband, Gary, have two children. The youngest has autism.
Debbie researches and updates new resources and services for families for the TxP2P Online Resource Directory, works on the Task Force website, and provides parent support. Debbie and her husband, Don, have four children. Their youngest, Daniel, has Osteogenesis Imperfecta, Type II.
512-458-8600 ext. 110
Sherry coordinates our three Medical Education (MEd) Programs for medical residents and establishes new MEd sites. She and her husband Doug have six children. Her older three children have multiple disabilities and her younger three are triplets that were born two months early and spent just over a month in the NICU
Linda & Amy Litzinger
Linda.Litzinger@TxP2P.org and Amy.Litzinger@TxP2P.org
512-458-8600: Linda: 512-922-3810; Amy: 512-963-8688
Linda & Amy are the Public Policy Specialists with the TxP2P Advocacy Network (grant funded by TX Council for Development Disabilities) and this mother/daughter team train family members (parents, siblings, self-advocates, grandparents, etc.) and other interested parties to become a resource for local, county and state officials and to work with media to affect public policy about community-based services. Linda & Amy both have extensive experience in training families about advocacy and advocating for services for Amy.
Advocacy Network & Family Support Team
Jan works with the Advocacy Network on the business end of the grant (funded by TX Council for Development Disabilities) and helps with our databases, mailings, listservs, and other office tasks. Jan and her husband, Charlie, have two sons, one is deaf and the other has Cerebral Palsy.