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Founder, MaChelsea Thomas, a born and raised Eagle Lake, Texas native, is an extremely determined and inspired young woman who allows her ambition to run wild as she consistently creates goals and accomplishes them one after another. As a young child, MaChelsea knew she wanted to give back to her community and help others in more ways than one. After the death of her father, MaChelsea, then 12-years-old, began drafting her goals in life, decided exactly what she wanted to do, and diligently started working to fulfill her dreams. 

 

MaChelsea graduated from Rice High School in Altair, Texas, in 2011. She then attended Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas, on a full academic scholarship where she obtained a B.S. in Agricultural Communications and Journalism in 2015.  Furthermore, MaChelsea recently obtained a Juris Doctor Degree at Texas Southern University's Thurgood Marshall School of Law in Houston, Texas, in May of 2018. MaChelsea notes some of her proudest accomplishments as becoming a member of three prestigious organizations: Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated, The Order of the Eastern Star, and The Houston Young Lawyers Association. Being apart of these organizations is what motivated MaChelsea to be self-less, highly educated, and philanthropic.

 

MaChelsea's life experiences and life lessons are also added motivations to her desire to create numerous ventures in hopes to give back to the communities that influenced her. Through her foundation, MaChelsea aims to further teach others about the importance of having goals and how to accomplish them. Although MaChelsea is often busy servicing local communities through philanthropic deeds, she still manages to attend school full-time, and serve as a legal advocate for battered, abused, and neglected persons, all while owning and operating a successful broker company and mobile Texas Notary Public service business. MaChelsea previously served as a Student Attorney for the Family Law Clinic in Harris County and a Law Clerk at The Earl Carl Institute's Innocence Project, further emphasizing her ability to multi-task and accomplish great works.