Catharine Faulconer is the mother of two children: Clark ’18 and Sara, a middle school student at Briarwood. Throughout her two years at Episcopal, she has served in a variety of volunteer roles including Silent Auction Section Leader, Poinsettia Fundraising Co-Chair, Class Representative Chair, and Freshman Football Team Mom. In the Houston community, Catharine is involved in National Charity League, Tanglewood Garden Club, Memorial Drive Presbyterian Church, and has held numerous other volunteer positions at St. Francis, including Parent Association President. Before raising children, she worked as a Harris County Prosecutor. In her free time, she loves to read, travel, play golf, and organize her closet and pantry!
Kim Martin joined the EHS community in 2013 when her daughter Margaret enrolled as a freshman. She also has two younger children, Sarah and Scott Jr. At Episcopal, she has served as a Parents Association Parliamentarian, Capital Campaign Committee Member, Freshman Poinsettia Chairman, and Silent Auction Chairman. Outside of EHS, she is very active in the community and has participated in many volunteer roles at River Oaks Baptist including Annual Giving Chairman, School Board Member, and Parent Association President. Additionally, Kim is the Houston Walk Founding Chairman for the National Hemophilia Foundation. In 2004, Kim and her husband, Scott, founded Inspiration Biopharmaceuticals for development of new drugs in the treatment of hemophilia. Two drugs are currently on the market that derived from Inspiration Bio! Kim’s hobbies include traveling, hiking, sightseeing, and taking on new adventures. Her goal is to share what she has learned along the way and make a difference.
Kimberly Miller is a mother of three: Madison’18, and Annelise and Christopher, both who are in elementary and middle school at River Oaks Baptist. She and her husband, Chris, are native Houstonians, but met while working in NYC. At Episcopal, Kimberly has served as a Silent Auction Section Leader, Live Auction Chair, Cookie Mom, Poinsettia and Concessions Volunteer. In Houston, she is involved with the Delta Delta Delta Alumni Association, National Charity League, Junior League of Houston, and River Oaks Baptist School. She recently chaired the Society of Performing Arts luncheon and teaches children’s Sunday school at First Presbyterian Church. After graduating from Baylor University, Kimberly worked as a flight attendant for Delta Airlines and lived in Atlanta, Dallas, and New York City before moving back to Houston in 2000. In her free time, she loves to travel and spend time with her family and friends.