100% of Board Members Contribute Financially
Lois O’Connor, Chair
(Retired, City of Houston)
Vanessa Southard, Vice-Chair
(Administrator, West Houston Hospital)
Peter Hogue, Treasurer
(Retired, Shell Oil Co.)
Mary Jane Hess, Secretary
Annette Bisanz, R.N.
(Retired, MD Anderson Cancer Center)
Bill Frazer, CPA
(Certified Public Accountant)
(Self-employed, Television Producer)
(Vice-President, Prosperity Bank - Bellaire)
Rebecca (Becky) Landes
(CEO, The Beacon)
Senior Rides and More Advisory Board Members
Dr. Bill Franklin
Virginia Lootens, Esq.
(Attorney at Law)
(Harris County Treasurer)
(Metropolitan Transit Authority Board)
Senior Rides and More Staff
Debby Posso, Executive Director
Debby joined Senior Rides and More in April 2007 as a part-time Scheduler, and became Executive Director in November 2013. She is a graduate of The University of St. Thomas with a BA in Political Science, a sustaining member of The Junior League of Houston, and has volunteered with many Houston area nonprofits. Debby enjoys Houston’s cultural arts and is a huge sports fan.
Carleen McQueen, Scheduler
Carleen is a native of East Texas and has lived in southwest Houston for over forty years. She was employed in the natural gas industry for twenty years before joining Senior Rides and More in April 2008. Carleen has three children, five grandchildren, and is devoted to her herb garden.
Sara Keene, Northwest Program Manager
Sara joined Senior Rides and More in 2016 as a Scheduler, and was promoted in April 2017 as Program Manager of our northwest office location. She is a native Houstonian, a graduate of Alvin Community College and a current student at University of Houston. Sara enjoys camping, traveling, and going on adventures with her two dogs. She is dependent on coffee and excited to help Senior Rides and More grow.
Janie joined the Senior Rides family in June 2017. She and her husband moved to Houston from Bristow, Oklahoma. Not long after arriving in Houston, she began a career at Rice University and worked in their Math Department for twenty years. Janie left Rice to work as a substitute teacher for Clear Creek ISD and Pearland ISD, mostly in elementary physical education. This inspired her to get a degree in Fitness and Human Performance from the University of Houston-Clear Lake. In her free time, she enjoys outdoor activities, watching movies, and short road trips with her husband. Janie also enjoys spending time with her sisters and her mom, who she considers a good cook and a great role model.