Dr. George M. Thomas President and Chief Executive Officer
George M. Thomas is President and CEO of Adult & Teen Challenge of Texas. George began as a volunteer in New England in 2003 – eventually serving the Connecticut program in administrative, teaching, and counseling capacities for 2 years. During this time, he was licensed as an AG minister and helped birth an inner-city, “Teen Challenge church” near the New Haven campus. In 2006, George became the business administrator for Teen Challenge USA in Springfield, MO. He earned his Doctor of Ministry Degree from the Assemblies of God Theological Seminary. For his dissertation, George authored the Teen Challenge USA Best Practices Manual. With a passion to reach the 1.5 million drug and alcohol addicts in his home state of Texas, George joined Adult & Teen Challenge of Texas in June 2009. George’s spiritual gifts are teaching and administration and he finds the following traits as essential to working at Teen Challenge: dependence upon God, commitment to students, and ability to operate in a team environment. George earned his bachelor of science, majoring in Biology and Christianity, from Houston Baptist University. In 1999, he earned his Masters in Business Administration at University of Houston, concentrating in accounting and subsequently working as an accountant for various Fortune 500 companies in Houston prior to joining Teen Challenge. He and his wife Dolly, along with three daughters and 1 son, live in San Antonio.
San Antonio Women’s Center Director
Born and raised in San Antonio, Amy married and moved to Germany. After completing a Master’s in Communication in Germany, working in children’s animation and family radio, she returned to San Antonio to complete a Master’s in Counseling and become a Licensed Professional Counselor. “Women struggling with life controlling issues have always been my focus. God created the family unit, so it is an honor to witness to the goodness of God; how the Lord heals and restores families here”. Amy has experience in residential recovery treatment, psychiatric hospital and outpatient settings. She first came to Adult and Teen Challenge of Texas, San Antonio Women’s program in 2020, answering a call on her life to serve the Lord. She says “everyday we witness how God’s transforming love brings new life, hope, healing and lasting change through His son who saves to the uttermost!”