Event and Special Projects Manager
Lindsey Perryman, our Event and Special Projects Manager, joined the Halo House team in February of 2020. Lindsey is originally from Luling, TX. She earned a Bachelor’s degree in 2017 in Health Information Management from Texas State University in San Marcos, Texas, and in 2019 completed her Master’s degree in Public Health at Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas.
Growing up in Luling, Lindsey spent her childhood helping her dad around the Luling Oil Museum, a nonprofit museum that showcases the rich history of Luling, Texas. Lindsey took her love for nonprofits with her to college and thus ultimately decided to pursue a career in nonprofits. With her healthcare education, Lindsey found the perfect balance between nonprofits, management, and healthcare in her position at Halo House Foundation. Lindsey’s favorite part about working at Halo House, so far, is meeting the residents and feeling joy and satisfaction in her work to help provide housing to them during their time in treatment.
When she is not at Halo House, Lindsey enjoys spending time with her family in Luling and their 3 donkeys, Charro, Tamale, and Chuy, and trying out new restaurants in Houston with her boyfriend. Lindsey runs a small photography business and occasionally occupies her weekends and evenings taking photos of clients. Lindsey is also a cat mom to her 5-year-old sassy tabby with white paws named Archie.
EVP & Co-Founder
At age 19, Kathleen left college to work as a TWA flight attendant, living first in New York City then San Francisco. After marriage and the birth of two sons, she went back to college, receiving her Bachelor’s degree in Geology from Youngstown State University in Ohio. Kathleen began her post-college career working as a Geophysicist in Tulsa, Oklahoma before transitioning to sales.
Following an extensive career in sales of chemical engineering & plant optimization software to oil industry executives, Kathleen left the corporate world and moved into real estate when she purchased and managed a few Houston apartment complexes.
She’s always loved the outdoors and been a bit of a daredevil. Kathleen has jumped out of an airplane in Ohio, jumped off a cliff to experience paragliding in Switzerland, and jumped into the water to scuba dive in multiple places. She credits her parents with her spirit of adventure – her mother was one of only 11 women who flew planes during WWII as a WASP (Women’s Air Service Pilot.)
As a co-founder of Halo House, Kathleen has been a driving force for the growth of the Halo House organization since its inception in 2009.
When she is not at Halo House, she loves to travel out of the country or play games with family and friends. Her family and her friends are her greatest joy. She considers herself blessed to have met so many incredible people through Halo House, some who stayed there and other wonderful people who helped make it possible.
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