Robert J. Datcher, Retired
Robert J. Datcher has enjoyed several careers that included broadcast communications, retail management, and professional management banking. In 2018, after twenty-four years of service, he retired from Bank of America, where he served as Assistant Vice President.
As a Prince Hall Mason, Robert lives by the principles of brothery love, relief, and truth. He truly believes that we are all our brothers and sisters keepers, and that we all have responsibilities to the least of these. His masonic career and resume include elevation to some of the highest offices in Prince Hall Masonry.
Mr. Datcher earned his Bachelor of Arts in Broadcast Communications from Southern University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
Dr. Malauna Crivens Hogan, Kreins Psychological Services
Immediate Past Board President
Dr. Malauna Crivens Hogan is a native of Memphis, TN. She received her undergraduate degree in psychology from Spelman College. Dr. Hogan obtained her master’s degree and doctoral degree in clinical psychology from Purdue University. She was involved in smoking cessation research at M.D. Anderson Cancer Center as a post-doctoral fellow before relocating to the Dallas metroplex. Since relocating to Dallas, Dr. Hogan has worked in chronic pain management for Productive Rehabilitation Institute of Dallas for Ergonomics (PRIDE) and The Rehab Group. She currently works as a geriatric/rehabilitation psychologist for MedOptions where she provides psychological services to residents of long-term care/rehabilitation facilities. Dr. Hogan is quite active at her church where she sings in the choir, is a member of the mental health task force, and has served as an associate lay leader. She has been married for 18 years and is the proud mother of an energetic, 7 year old son.
Kathy C. Farruya, Wells Fargo Bank
Terrance Sauls, CrossFirst Bank
Terrance Sauls hails from the great Country of Texas. He prides himself on being a great husband and father. Since 2002 he has worked in the banking industry, from retail banking and now the commercial lending space. Currently, as a commercial lender he makes sure that black and brown owned businesses have a true relationship and advocate that they can count on. He also makes sure that they have the same voice, treatment, and access as their counterparts. Terrance served in chamber leadership under the tutelage of the late great, Linda Gray, founder of the Greater SW Black Chamber. He served as Board Chairman in 2020 and 2021. Terrance brings a wealth of knowledge and community engagement to the table serving as an active board member of A Bridge 2 Light, Past Master and member of The Most Worshipful Prince Hall Grand Lodge of Texas Freemasons, Past Potentate, and member of Zakat Temple 164 Shriners, and 33rd Degree Scottish Rite Mason. There are other civic, social organizations, and boards that he has served and is still serving but he lives by this quote, “Leadership is not about titles, positions, or flowcharts. It is about one life influencing and helping another. He says that out of all the positions and titles he has or has held, the greatest of these is that of a servant and friend.
Éboney Banks, Microsoft
Ashley Brown – Apex Systems
Bobbi Brown Alexander – Kyndrl
Arquella Hargrove – Epic Collaborative Advisors
April Davis – Dallas ISD
Bobby Henry – UTSW Medical Center
Dr. Lawrence Henry – Raytheon Technologies
Denise Hopkins – Charles Schwab
Dr. Keijuanna Jackson – Arlington ISD
Sherry Mitchell – Desoto ISD
Vanessa Ousley – Heard & Smith Law Firm
Eula Richardson – Fort Worth ISD
Terrance Sauls – Commercial Banker
Sabrina Steward – Church of the Incarnation
Janis Tillman – State Farm
Talisha Williams – GI Alliance