All Things Made New has a strong leadership team that cares deeply about the success of ATMN. Learn more about our amazing board members.
Patty Bustamante is a devout Christian, a wife, and a mom. It is her God-given mission in life to repair the world one child at a time, one teacher at a time, one parent at a time. Patty is an educator that has served the public school system since1998 as a teacher, assistant principal, principal and currently as the Director of World Languages for Irving ISD. She is passionate about empowering students to have success with purpose; she leads a staff that focuses on building relational capacity and equipping teachers to be strong instructional leaders. When Patty is not at work, you can find her on the baseball field rooting for her favorite team The Texas Rangers or her favorite baseball players, her two sons: Danny and Alex. She and her husband Cesar have been married for 15 years and they are members of DFW New Beginnings Church.
Maggie is a mother, a wife, and a counselor by trade. She works for a school district counseling children, young people and their parents. She has always enjoyed helping and working with others. The benefits are dual in that in helping others her walk is also influenced and sharpened. All Things Made New is an organization she has seen grow rapidly beginning with a single vision and a strong and consistent faith. Her heart is for helping others to recognize their strength, feel empowerment, recognize that dreams and visions are vital to seeing them and bringing them into fruition. What she appreciates about ATMN, is the sense of community with peers and trusted adults to help our young generation learn the benefit of developing healthy and honest relationships with others and the blessing of support, encouragement and sharpening brought about by those healthy relationships. What she hopes to see more and more of is an increase in parental involvement and resources to provide these families to strengthen and make a difference in the overall health of those families.
Kimberly Calvert is originally from Beaumont, TX and has been living in Dallas since 2003. She attended Dallas Baptist University, graduating with a Business Degree in Marketing in 2006, and currently works for a sales division within ADP, Inc. Sheunderstands the importance of being involved within the community and has been an active volunteer in Dallas for the last 6 years. Kimberly has a passion for her family and friends that correlates with the overall mission of All Things Made New.
Originally from Florida, Cherrelle Dawes is a graduate from the University of South Florida with a B.S. Degree in Business Administration. She also received an M.S. Degree in Human Resources Management as well as a Specialization in Nonprofit Management from Nova Southeastern University. Cherrelle has over 19 years’ of experience in Human Resources within public and private organizations. Service to others has always been at the heart of everything she is involved with including work in her church and various mentoring and tutoring programs in the community. She seeks to inspire others to fulfill their God-given dreams and encourages them to serve others in their communities as well. Being a part of All Things Made New is a continuation of that compassion and service for others.
Michelle Flores is the founder of All Things Made New. As a wife, mother of 2 precious daughters, sister, daughter, friend, and Christian she strives to make a difference in the world and inspire hope and change in people around her. She taught elementary school in Dallas and Irving for 8 years before stepping away from education to start All Things Made New. She along with the support of her husband, Adan, saw the need for support with the teenage girls in the area. Her desire is to inspire teenage girls to continue their education, respect themselves, create lasting relationships, and learn responsibility in every facet of their life. She has a passion for these girls and wants them all to succeed, no matter what their background may hold. She saw the need for mentoring in the middle school and knew she couldn’t do it all on her own. She is excited as ATMN has expanded by helping high school girls, teenage boys and also to encourage and train parents of the teenagers to be effective their parenting skills and as individuals.