A NOTE FROM OUR EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
Twelve years ago Stars United Global Outreach was merely a dream. Today we are honored to create a positive atmosphere that will lead our youth in the best direction, to make sound educational plans, and career goals by providing life skills, leadership skills, provide strong mentors, and positive role models.
It's amazing what we can do when we come together. Thanks for the support that’s made it all possible!
Mrs. Star Williams
Destiny Gibson was born and raised in the outstanding city of Dallas! She has a B.S. in Management and Information Systems from Oklahoma State University. She is currently pursuing a career in blockchain technology and will one day be highly sought after for her contributions in the field. She has a fiery passion for knowledge and strongly believes that each of us can be the reason a child succeeds in creating a good quality of life . She accredits all of her success to God and is devoted to her Kingdom work, teaching children's Sunday School at her church. She has 4 young and amazing children that keep her busy and full of love.
Andrea Breedlove was born and raised in Dallas, Texas. She has always had a passion for serving others and is dedicated to giving back to her community. Her passion is further seen through her work with the National Kidney Foundation where the focus is on helping find a cure for Kidney disease. Andrea was diagnosed with kidney disease at a very young age. She continues to be a strong advocate through the National Kidney Foundation annual walk and educating her community through her social media network and blog about the facts of kidney disease. In addition to receiving a kidney, she also spreads awareness about the importance of being an organ donor through her organization called Nickey Needs A Kidney.
Taylor Bunn, Executive Director of Hope 4 All, has spent her career in public school districts and nonprofit organizations focused on education and the arts. She is a certified teacher, administrator, and project manager and brings her professional skills in leadership, operations, nonprofit programming, and curriculum development to her work. Taylor would be a professional student if she could and has a BA in Theatre Arts from the University of San Diego, an MBA concentrated in Strategy and Entrepreneurship and an MA in Arts Management and Arts Entrepreneurship from Southern Methodist University, and is an EdD candidate in Learning and Organizational Change at Baylor University.
Amanda, a native Dallasite, is a second-year graduate student in the Public Leadership program at the University of North Texas Dallas. She discovered her enthusiasm for advocacy and community service while studying for her undergraduate degree in International Peace and Security Studies at University of North Texas Denton. This passion was cemented while volunteering with at-risk teenagers at Incarnation House, where she served as a mentor. She has since committed herself to serving the Dallas community as a public servant.
As a police officer assigned to the Patrol Division, Michael serves Rowlett's citizens by answering various calls for service, conducting field investigations, investigating crime scenes, and the enforcement of laws and ordinances.
Additionally, he is assigned to the cadre of Field Training Officers for the training of rookie and lateral transfer officers. Michael is also a speaker and instructor for the Citizen Police Academy and the Rowlett Police Explorers program. During his tenure, he has been awarded the Rookie Officer of the Year Award, and the Mother's Against Drunk Driving (MADD) Enforcement Hero Award for 2015.
He volunteered as an instructor for the Basic Concepts of Self-Defense Class for the Women Involved in Nurturing, Caring, Sharing, Inc (WINGS). Michael has served as a translator for the Spanish language as well. During this time, he intends to complete his Bachelor of Arts with the University of North Texas at Dallas, and aspires to complete his master’s degree with the same.
ADVISORY BOARD MEMBER
Ashley Barnett was born and raised in Dallas, Texas. Her natural penchant for helping others came at a young age. At the age of 21, she began her teaching and community activism, as the Assistant Coach of the O.W. Holmes middle school Drill Team. As a coach, she taught and inspired girls of the community to be a better representative of their environment through dance, presentation, and perseverance. She developed a strong sense of devotion for the nonprofit sector as she mentored through the dance development program. This experience gave her a deep appreciation for how nonprofits seek to improve the quality of life. In 2015, her community involvement continued as she became a volunteer for the Dallas Life Foundation. She is currently an active member of the Dallas Life Foundation where she feeds the homeless and sorts donation materials on a monthly basis. She most recently volunteers for the Children’s Advocacy Center of Denton County and the Christian Community Action Food Pantry of Lewisville, Texas.