Dr. Monica Brown attended college, medical school, and graduate school in the University of Texas system. Dr. Brown has completed residencies in Emergency Medicine and Occupational Medicine. Dr. Brown is also actively involved in leadership positions within other medical organizations. In addition to this, she participates in international medical missions in various countries. Dr. Brown is a proud member of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc. She has held several leadership positions in the sorority.
Dr. Monica Clark-Reed is a 1997 graduate of The University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine and a 2008 graduate of The University of Texas at Houston School of Public Health. She is an independent family and occupational medicine physician. She enjoys volunteering and working with peers in other countries. Dr. Clark-Reed currently serves as an executive officer of the Harris County Academy of Family Practice Board and serves as a delegate to the Texas Academy of Family Practice. She is a fellow of the American College of Environmental Medicine has been an active member its house of delegates. Dr. Clark-Reed’s most relevant interest are in preventive community health and environmental justice for any/all underserved populations.
Dr. Wanda L. Nelson is now a retiree who worked in the field of education for 43 years. Her career has included working with students in grades K-16. In 1989, she was hired at the University of Texas at Austin in the position of Assistant Dean of Students for Retention Services, and developed programs to increase the academic success and graduation rates for Black and Hispanic undergraduate students. Other positions held at UT were Assistant Vice President and Executive Director of the University Outreach Centers, Associate Vice President for Pre-College Youth Development Programs and Student Diversity Initiatives.
Dr. Nelson has also had a passion for working with student groups throughout her career. Currently, she volunteers as a student mentor in the Austin ISD and tutors elementary school students. She is a member of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc.