PRESIDENT FELICIA McLEOD ABRAM joined the Arlington Chapter in 2009. She and her husband, Ron Abram, have three beautiful children: Paige, Sage, and Nicholas. Felicia has served Arlington as the Vice-President, Treasurer, Sergeant-at-arms, Beautillion Co-Chair, Children’s Cluster Co-Chair, Mothers Conference Co-Chair, several grade group sponsors including Lead Teen Sponsor, she has served on several committees and organized several events. At the regional level she has served on the Investment and Tellers Committees and has been a participant at two Marion Stubbs Thomas Leadership Academy’s at Nationals. Felicia is a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. and enjoys traveling, fine dining, being pampered, puzzles, and problem solving.
VICE-PRESIDENT ANGELA HALE has been member of the organization since 2004. She is the mother to four amazing people, Spencer-Legacy, Jaeidah-Legacy, Khloi-EFX Teen and Kwane-EFX Teen. As past Program Director she led her team to produce two award winning Program Handbooks receiving Superior Awards. She has served as Recording Secretary, Corresponding Secretary, Historian and 4 years as Lead Teen Sponsor of the Southwest Suburban Dallas Chapter. Her husband Jewel Hale, Jr. has served as the Regional Father’s Auxiliary Chair.
PROGRAM DIRECTOR Kelley Mack joined the Arlington chapter in 2013. She has two active daughters, Hailey and Kaelyn. Kelley has served as Children’s Cluster Chair, Treasurer for two terms and Beautillion committee chair. She has attended a number of Area Workdays, a Mother’s Conference and the National Conference which took place in July 2018.
SEARGEANT AT ARMS RHONDA KENNEDY joined the Arlington Chapter of Jack and Jill of America Inc in 2013. She is the proud mom of three energetic and active sons. She has served as Nominating Committee Chair, Grade Group Sponsor, Children Cluster Chair, Historian and Foundation Chair. Additionally, she has served on the membership committee and currently serves on the Bylaws committee. She is a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Incorporated. Her career of 19 years with the U.S. Department Justice positions her to understand the importance of adults positively impacting communities through structured involvement with youth. She is currently an active member of the Metroplex Crisis Negotiation Team.