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Auction Co-Chairs

Mary Ellen Bos is an EHS graduate (’93) and a proud Knight parent! She and husband, Will, have 4 daughters. Ellie is an current sophomore, Maddy, an incoming freshman, 7th grader Nora, and 4th grader, Lydia.

Mary Ellen graduated from Vanderbilt University. She served as Chief  Assistant to the Majority Whip of the U.S. House of Representatives and Floor Manager for the Majority Leader of the U.S. House. She then worked as a consultant in New York and Houston to the VP of Science and Technology of Pfizer Worldwide. 

At EHS, Mary Ellen has served as a Poinsettia Chair, cookie Mom and on various Auction Committees. She is currently on the River Oaks Baptist School Parent Association Steering Committee, a 4thgrade room Mom at West University Elementary, Board Member at River Oaks Country Club and on the ECW Board St. John the Divine where the Bos family attends church. 

Mary Ellen loves playing tennis, pickle ball and cards with friends and family. She enjoys spending time in Galveston with a good book or a podcast.

Anne Freeman joined the EHS community in 2018. Anne and her husband John have two girls that attend Episcopal. Her daughter Kate, will be a senior this year and her daughter Emma, is an incoming freshman.

Anne graduated from University of Texas with a Bachelor of Journalism-specifically Broadcast Journalism. In 2006 Anne retired to stay home with her family. Both of Anne’s girls attended River Oaks Baptist. Over her 15 years there Anne acted as ROBS Volunteer Roles-Board of Trustees, Advancement Committee, Co-Chair of Fall Fair, Co-Chair of Grandparents Day, Co-Chair of ROBS Gala 2016, Served on most recent Capital Campaign for our new building, Athletic Committee, Annual Fund Committee, Parent Association, and Steering Committee Representative.

While at EHS Anne has played an important role in the Auction. Over the years she has served as an Auction Section Leader, and a Silent Chair. She also spent many hours on campus serving on the Arts Capital Campaign, Annual Fund Captain, Grandparents Day Volunteer, EHS Hospitality Committee, and Cookie Mom.

In addition to the numerous volunteer roles listed above, Anne has also served her community as the Co-Chair of Park Lovers Ball 2012, the Co-chair of Fathers and Flashlights 2009 and 2010, Zoo Ball Co-Chair 2013, Co-chair of Amazing Place Luncheon 2013, Former Member of Zoo Friends, and is a current advisory member of the Friends of West University Parks Board. Anne and her family have been members of St. Luke’s for over 40 years, where she has loved serving as a Confirmation leader and Sunday school teacher. 

In her free time Anne is very involved with her girls. She and her husband spend lots of time watching cross country, soccer, track and field, lacrosse and golf. They love to travel and exercise. Anne also enjoys reading and have recently learned to play Mahjongg which she is loving!

Allison Jordan joined the EHS community in 2019. Allison and her husband Zach have three daughters. Their oldest, Grace, is a sophomore at EHS.

 Allison graduated from Southern Methodist University with an undergraduate degree in Corporate Communications. After graduating, she worked in Atlanta for Summit Marketing in strategic development. She then moved to Dallas and worked for AvreaFoster, focusing on corporate marketing and advertising. Upon moving to Houston, Allison retired to focus on her family.

Allison has enjoyed being active and volunteering. Most of these efforts have taken place at St. Luke’s United Methodist Church and her children’s schools. Her roles at St. Luke’s have included Sunday school teacher, Vacation Bible School leader and member of the Capital Campaign. At River Oaks Baptist School, she has served as Gala Chair, Silent Auction Chair, Field Day Chair, Advancement Committee member, and Capital Campaign member. She volunteered at Small Steps Nurturing Center in the Buddy Program for several years. Allison is currently on the Girls Cotillion Board, and while at EHS has been involved in the Auction as a Section Leader and a committed Committee member.

Allison enjoys life, playing sports, working out, traveling, and spending time with family and friends.