Our Board

Curtis Stavinoha

Curtis Stavinoha

Chair

Curtis is a native San Antonian who graduated Texas A&M and works as a Project Executive for Metropolitan Contracting Company. He is passionate about all that San Antonio has to offer and is committed to the growth and development of this community. Curtis truly believes that Snack Pak’s work is helping to ensure a bright future for San Antonio. Curtis has been involved with Snack Pak 4 Kids SA since 2015 and is currently serving his second term on the board of directors. You can usually find him on packing nights wrapping pallets or organizing inventory. In his spare time, he enjoys saltwater inshore fishing, hunting, and has a passion for classic Land Cruisers.
James "Jimmy" Goudge

James "Jimmy" Goudge

Jim Goudge grew up in San Antonio and graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a degree in Finance. Upon graduation he began his banking career with National Bank of Commerce, San Antonio where he was in the Correspondent Banking Department. He then worked at several San Antonio banks as a Commercial Lender. In 1989, he joined Broadway Bank San Antonio as their Chief Lending Officer and in 1998 was named President and CEO. In 2002 he became Chairman and CEO of Broadway Bank and retired from Broadway Bank and banking in 2019. During his banking career Jim was involved in a number of civic, professional and charitable organizations including; San Antonio Chamber of Commerce-Chairman, KLRN Public Television-Chairman, Economic Development Foundation-Exec Committee, Federal Advisory Council Member for the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas and Texas Bankers Assoc.-Chairman. Jim currently serves on the Federal Home Loan Bank of Dallas Board of Directors, United Way of San Antonio Tocqueville Society Event Co-Chair, and Snack Pack for Kids San Antonio-Chairman. He is married to Suzanne Goudge and together hey have 4 children and 10 grandchildren. In his free time in loves spending time with his family and outdoors-hiking, hunting, snow and water skiing.
Leslie Kingman

Leslie Kingman

Founder and Board Member

Leslie Kingman is the Founder of Snack Pak 4 Kids San Antonio. She initiated the first Snack Pak program at Lamar Elementary in 2012 with the help of her church, Grace Northridge. When SP4KSA moved to a warehouse model in 2015, she became the Volunteer Executive Director, serving in that position until 2021. She still participates as part of the Staff team, as well as serving on the Board as the Chair of Fundraising. A graduate of SMU with a degree in accounting, Leslie began her career with ARCO Oil and Gas in Dallas. She subsequently worked for an accounting firm, helped staff her husband’s medical practice and owned a private baking business, but spent most of her time prior to Snack Pak as a community volunteer raising her family. She is a 2015 graduate of the Masters in Leadership Program San Antonio and a Past President of the Charity Ball Association. Married to Tom, a retired physician, the Kingman’s enjoy time with their 4 grown kids and their families, including 12 grandchildren who know them as Lolly and Pop. Leslie knows God’s hand has been on SP4KSA since 2012, guiding the process to assure dignity and respect for students.
Shelby Drayton

Shelby Drayton

Shelby Drayton is the Senior Manager of Coaching and Facilitation, K12 & Youth Development at UP Partnership. In her role she runs Excel Academy; a multi-year professional development opportunity for Youth Development Practitioners focused on Racial Equity, Developmental Relationships, and Continuous Improvement. Shelby majored in Behavioral Health Counseling at Drexel University, Philadelphia. After college she served 2 years as a San Antonio AmeriCorps member. After completing her service, she stayed on as the program Manager supporting AmeriCorps Member Development and Program Implementation and as a Program Director of school partnerships throughout San Antonio. She is an active member of the Downtown Rotary Club of San Antonio, serves as the Club’s Social Committee Co-chair, Sam Houston High School Interact Club Co-Lead, and member of the Service Committee. Shelby believes our youth can truly change this world for the better, if as a society we invest in their learning, opportunities, and growth. With years of experience in youth development, Shelby considers herself a kid at heart and works to create a world where all young people find their voice, grow it, and learn to advocate for themselves.
Thornton S. Mu

Thornton S. Mu

Thornton S. Mu, MD., is originally from San Francisco, CA and received his bachelor’s degree in Biochemistry from UC Berkeley and is a distinguished graduate of its Army ROTC program. He earned his medical degree from Texas Tech School of Medicine. He completed pediatric residency at Brooke Army Medical Center (BAMC)/Wilford Hall and neonatal-perinatal medicine fellowship at University of Hawaii/Tripler Army Medical Center. Thornton is the Associate Dean, Graduate Medical Education at BAMC and Associate Professor of Pediatrics at Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences. Other leadership positions include fellowship program director, newborn services division chief, and nursery medical director. He deployed to Iraq (2006) and Afghanistan (2012). He is a Past President of American Academy of Pediatrics Uniformed Services Chapter West where he was involved with childhood and family advocacy initiatives. He is active with his sons’ Boy Scout troop and is member of his church’s leadership team. Thornton and his family have volunteered with Snack Pak 4 Kids for many years and fully support its vision and goals. The Mu family lives in San Antonio where his three sons keep Thornton and his wife, Allison, happily (and sometimes hectically) busy with sports, church, and Scout activities.

Dr. Donna Newman-Brummet

Dr. Donna Newman-Brummet

Secretary

Dr. Donna Newman-Brummet recently retired after 40 years in public education. She began her teaching career in Laredo, TX. After moving to San Antonio in 1991, she continued to teach for North East ISD (NEISD). She went on to work as elementary principal, middle school principal, Executive Director for Campus Administration, and Associate Superintendent for Instruction and Campus Administration in NEISD. She was principal of Garner Middle School when it was awarded the National Blue Ribbon Award (2009). Blue Ribbon Schools Program recognizes public and private elementary, middle, and high schools where students perform at very high levels or where significant improvements are made in students’ academic achievement. Dr. Newman-Brummet went on to receive the 2009 national Terrell H. Bell Award for outstanding school leadership. Dr. Newman-Brummet lives with her husband, Brent, and their two dogs in San Antonio. She has two sons and 3 grandchildren. Brent and Donna stay busy consulting with various public schools and working with UTSA as guest lecturers.
Karmin-Tia Greer

Karmin-Tia Greer

As a Strategic Partnership Manager at EducationSuperHighway, Karmin-Tia works with district leaders and community stakeholders across the nation to help connect their K-12 students who lack broadband at home. Prior to EducationSuperHighway, Karmin-Tia served as a full-time AmeriCorps volunteer and worked in broadcast journalism as a television producer. In 2011 she joined the staff of City Year San Antonio, where she developed and managed partnerships with school administration and community leaders and would later serve as the founding Start Up-Director of City Year Inc.’s 28th site, City Year Memphis. After returning to Texas, she joined KIPP Texas Public Schools supervising all non-academic school-based functions as the Regional Director of School Operations. In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, she joined Education Pioneers as a COVID Response Fellow to support school systems facing the unprecedented challenges of the pandemic. As a millennial who has found inspiration through mentorship and service to others, Karmin-Tia Greer uses her strengths, voice, and love for serving others to align with her desire to make a difference in her community.
Carolyn Spurgeon

Carolyn Spurgeon

Treasurer

Carolyn Spurgeon is a long-time community volunteer. She is a graduate of SMU with a degree in accounting and began her career with ARCO Oil and Gas in Dallas before retiring to raise her family and work in her community. She has served on the Board and as Treasurer and Finance Chairman for several organizations including the Junior League of San Antonio, the Alamo Heights School Foundation and the Battle of Flowers Association. She is married to Tom Spurgeon and they love spending time with their three daughters and their families including eight grandchildren.
Hunter Kingman

Hunter Kingman

Hunter Kingman is Vice President – Acquisitions and Development for Hixon Properties Incorporated (Hixon), a privately held commercial real estate firm based in San Antonio. Recent notable projects include: The Soto, an 140,000 sf mass timber office building; and Make Ready Market, a food and beverage destination housed across two neighboring, adaptive-reuse buildings, and the adjacent courtyard spaces. Hunter received his Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from the University of Virginia in 2006 and is a licensed engineer. He began his real estate career with Pape-Dawson Engineers in Austin as a civil engineer. In 2010, he joined a boutique real estate development and consulting firm, Trinity Works, based in Fort Worth. Hunter joined Hixon in 2015 and also received his MBA with a focus on Real Estate Finance from the University of Texas in Austin. He is the current Chair of ULI San Antonio and sits on the Real Estate Council of San Antonio’s Executive Committee. Hunter grew up in San Antonio and is grateful to be living here again with his wife, Shannon, and their four children – June, Russell, Charli, and Palmer.

Our Staff

Michelle Young Angulo

Michelle Young Angulo

Executive Director

Michelle Angulo was born in Oregon but raised in Southern California. In 1998, she made a move to San Antonio, where she raised her three children, giving them the opportunity to grow up as Texans. Michelle’s involvement with Snack Pak 4 Kids began when she started the program as a parent volunteer at Woodridge Elementary School in 2014. Throughout her time in San Antonio, she not only raised her children but also actively volunteered at their school and church. In 2015, Michelle decided to further her education and pursued an undergraduate degree, ultimately graduating summa cum laude from UTSA in 2019 with a degree in Community Health. Following her graduation, she started working part-time as SP4KSA’s Operations Coordinator and later became the Executive Director in August 2021. In her free time, Michelle enjoys traveling and visiting her children. She has a son attending Auburn University and a daughter attending Texas A&M. Her youngest son, who is currently in high school, has been involved with Snack Pak 4 Kids since he was 9 years old. Michelle enjoys sharing her work with her family and they often volunteer together. She has a passion for SP4KSA’s mission and feels honored to have the opportunity to serve children and her community.

Michelle Harrison

Michelle Harrison

Data Coordinator

Michelle Harrison holds a degree in English from the University of Texas, Pan American, now UT-RGV. After college she worked at Dell Computer in Austin before devoting her time to raising her three children, and in particular, educating herself and others about autism after her son, Wyatt, was diagnosed. Michelle and her family moved to San Antonio in 2013 and put down roots in their new community. In 2018 she was approached with the opportunity to support families as the Parent Liaison for Special Education in Alamo Heights ISD, a role she continues to serve in. Also, in 2018, Michelle learned about SP4K when she started volunteering regularly at monthly pack nights. When the opportunity arose to join the staff last summer, Michelle was happy to become part of the team. Michelle is an active member of her church, a dedicated volunteer at Loaves & Fishes with Wyatt through Teens Give Back and sits on several committees which seek to improve the lives of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. She’s happily married to Trent and proud mom to Meredith, Jett and Wyatt.

Jill Charlton

Jill Charlton

Operations Coordinator

Jill Charlton is a Kansas City, MO native with a Hotel & Restaurant Administration degree from Missouri State University.  She moved to Texas the day after graduation and jumped right into the Austin hospitality scene. After previous work with Hilton and Clubcorp/Invited, Jill moved to Houston with Marriott.  After several years, and a move to San Antonio, she became a mom and future active school volunteer. It was during this time that Snack Pak 4 Kids SA was presented in her school district. She not only supported the mission, but wanted to become a real advocate for children across San Antonio. Snack Pak 4 Kids SA allows her to care for children and volunteers with her heart for hospitality.  Jill is married to Mike and has 3 children in high school and college.  She loves music, wineries, reading and most importantly, traveling.

Ann Guerrero

Ann Guerrero

Marketing Coordinator

Ann Guerrero is a Texas native who graduated from Texas A&M-Corpus Chisti with a degree in nursing focusing in pediatrics. She and her family moved to San Antonio from the coast in 2012. After a few years of settling into a new city, she learned about the Snack Pak 4 Kids SA program through her church and became involved as a monthly volunteer and then a partner coordinator. Ann has a passion for working with children and families and is grateful for the opportunity to love and serve the children with Snack Pak 4 Kids SA. Currently, she is active on the Friends Board at The Children’s Bereavement Center of South Texas, PTOs at her children’s schools, and many ministries within her church. Ann is married to Joey and they have three children.