Brenda Sanders-Wise served as a Commissioner for the Historic and Cultural Landmarks Commission, where she assists other members in discovering and preserving the history of Fort Worth’s architectural and cultural resources while helping to ensure the public’s understanding of historic preservation.
Sarah Walker was born in Fort Worth, Texas, where she was a 1956 graduate of the Historic I.M. Terrell High School. She obtained her Associate’s Degree in Marketing from Tarrant County Community College while working as a housewife and mother to one daughter, Charlotte Ann, and one grandson, Clay.
Bottom from left to right: Sarah Walker, President, Audrey Irving, Membership Chair, Gwendolyn Morrison, PhD, Deborah Lewis, Tarrant County Harambee Festival Chair, Brenda Sanders-Wise, Executive Director
Top left to right: Jayn Higgins, Patricia Harris, MD, Vernon Evans, Treasurer, Jimmy Walker, Jimmy Killingsworth, Facility Manager
Not included: Kenya Sturns, Secretary, Saundra Danmola and Natalie Johnson, PhD
The Tarrant County Black Historical & Genealogical Society,
The Lenora Rolla
Heritage Center Museum
1020 E. Humbolt St.
Fort Worth, Texas 76104
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