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President and Executive Director

Vicky is a Native Texan, raised in Liberty Hill, Texas. She served in youth ministry for over twenty years and has a passion for helping others. She devotes her time to help students and families that need a helping hand. After working at LHISD for almost a decade and her role at the local food pantry, she saw a need for community services to help at-risk and homeless neighbors. “In 2007, my husband and I opened our home and hearts to our first young adult that was experiencing homelessness.” On another occasion, Vicky and her husband provided shelter and mentorship to a young man that lost his parents while he was in prison. They had the opportunity to help him re-enter society, get his license, job and be a devoted father.  Seeing the success of these young adults with love and guidance, she was inspired to help others.  This inspiration was the catalyst for creating Community Pathways Organization.


Vicky and her husband have raised three children, added multiple young adults to their family and hosted a number of Foreign Exchange Students over the years.  She receive a certificate in ministry from Austin Presbyterian Seminary in March 2021. She resides in Canyon Lake, Texas with her husband.


Candice McCollom worked in the corporate sales and purchasing world for 35+ years. 


She volunteered with the Special Olympics Area 13 Management Committee on a year-round basis, helping organize regional competitions for mentally challenged youths and young adults.


Candice has also served as captain for the annual company sponsored MS-150 bike ride/fundraiser, ensuring that the riders were accommodated at their overnight rest stop between Houston and Austin.  


Candice is now “retired” in Liberty Hill with her husband, Steve and several four-legged furry friends, and is happy to be able to spend more time following her passion to help others in need.


Jeff Rios is an Austin native, born and raised in Austin. Jeff has lived in the Austin and surrounding areas for 61 years. He has a daughter in Seattle, a son in Leander and a granddaughter in Cedar Park.


He has worked in the data communications field for 31 years for Capital Network Systems, GTE, Verizon and Frontier Communications.


He has been a volunteer drummer for his home church Restoration Covenant Church in Round Rock for 8 years.

He is also a volunteer drummer for the Hill Country Bible Church Celebrate Recovery and Church Under the Bridge for the homeless programs for 10 years.

Faith is taking the first step even when you do see the whole staircase."  ~ Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

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