At Walters Gilbreath, PLLC, our mission -better approach, better results- extends beyond the office. We're committed to giving back in as many ways as possible, both by dedicating our time and providing support to those in need.
The Partners are enthusiastic, thoughtful, and tireless not only as professionals but also as leaders in their communities. Each is dedicated to making a difference throughout the state. Collectively, their efforts have made an enormous impact on organizations including Imagine a Way, Volunteer Legal Services, the Capitol School of Austin, Southeast Precinct Judges Council, Katy Sports & Performing Arts, Evan E. Worthing High School, IGVM Ministries, and others.
Brian Walters and Jake Gilbreath also encourage their team to give back personally. Scroll down to see some of the causes close to our staffs' hearts:
Sarah Gilbreath: Imagine A Way and The Capital School of Austin
CEO Sarah Gilbreath serves on the board of Imagine A Way, a nonprofit dedicated to improving the lives of families with children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder. She is also a member of the Junior League of Austin where she volunteer with Mother's Milk Bank.
Sarah and Jake are each highly involved in fundraising strategy and community outreach for Capitol School of Austin, the city’s premiere program for K-4 students with speech, language, or learning differences.
"I am inspired to give back through IAW and give families that are just beginning this journey hope and the financial support they need to give their kids the basic interventions they need to succeed."
Robert Tsai: Houston Zoo
Houston Senior Associate Robert Tsai dedicates free time to volunteering at the Houston Zoo. Robert’s passion for wildlife has led him to bond with several of the Houston Zoo animals. Not only does he get to participate in animal handling with snakes, birds, tortoises, but Robert also volunteers time to assist at their gala, in fundraising, and other social events.
"I volunteer at the zoo because animal and wildlife conservation is important to me, and I think the zoo's mission is a practical way for ordinary people to interact and see what conservation truly means and how they can contribute."
Sheree Roberts: The Southeast Precinct Judges Council