Kim Brown, Special Events and Programs Coordinator
Kim Brown is a veteran of the Greater Marshall Chamber of Commerce with over seven years of service to the businesses of Harrison County. In her experience, she has led the Leadership Marshall program, Leadership Tomorrow program, Law Enforcement & Firefighters Appreciation Dinner, Annual Chamber Banquet and the Business & Industry Luncheon. As Kim has lived in Harrison County her entire life, she has served graciously on the Marshall Symphony League, local councils and PTA Boards. Kim is a 2011 Graduate of the Leadership Marshall program.
Kim has been married to Jack Brown, owner of Jack Brown Construction, for 33 years. Kim and Jack were blessed with three daughters who all graduated from East Texas Baptist University in Marshall, Texas: Brittany Brown Lee, Blaire Brown Maranto, and Bailey Brown. Brittany is married to Canon Lee and they have one son, Preston. Blaire is married to Janssen Maranto and they have one son, Jack. Bailey is employed in Marshall.
Stacia Runnels, Membership Coordinator
Stacia Runnels is also a graduate of Baylor University in 1993 with a BS in Education. Stacia specialized in Early Childhood Education and minored in Psychology. Stacia also serves as the Director of Children’s Ministry at Crossroads Baptist Church. Stacia and James actively volunteer in our community and schools, serving on multiple boards and committees annually. They have served in nearly every area of church ministry over the last 20 years. Stacia proudly supports the Arts, serving in the Marshall Symphony League as well as advocating the Arts in Education through the State Reflections program in our schools for many years.
Stacia is married to James Runnels, Associate Pastor and Minister of Worship at Crossroads Baptist Church here in Marshall. Stacia and James have lived in the Marshall community since 2003, and have five daughters: Anna Grace, Emma Beth, Olivia, Rose and Ella Kate. Anna Grace and Emma Beth are both students at Baylor University in Waco, Texas. Anna Grace is engaged to Tyler Day, a graduate of East Texas Baptist University, and they plan to wed in September 2018. The Runnels family has had strong family ties to Marshall since 1943, where James’ Grandmother, Minnie Lee Runnels, taught school at Robert E. Lee and his grandfather Mack Runnels served as Vice President of Development at East Texas Baptist University.
Dinora Harris, Communications Coordinator
Dinora Harris studied Communication Science in the Mesoamerican University in Guatemala. She is bilingual Spanish/English and has experience in administration, social media, marketing, and graphic design. Dinora is an active volunteer in the Marshall community, currently serving in the Board of Trustees of the Michelson Museum of Art. Previously she served as a volunteer for CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates for Children), the Hospital Foundation, and the Marshall Symphony League. She also enjoys teaching Spanish.
Dinora moved to Marshall 14 years ago when she married her husband Rush Harris, who currently works for the Marshall Economic Development Corporation as Director of Business Services. Dinora and Rush have two girls: Gabriela and Grace. Both girls are students at Trinity Episcopal School in Marshall. Gabriela is studying ballet and Grace hopes to join her big sister soon. The family enjoys art, music, ballet, participating in community events, and traveling.