Arnell Evans-McNeil is a Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor, Certified Anger Resolution Therapist, influential Speaker and Prayer Leader. She has dedicated her career to supporting women, families, and adolescents grappling with substance use disorders and co-dependency issues. Her expertise and commitment have earned her a feature in the documentary "Generation Found," where she shines as a co-creator.
Her personal life is as rich and fulfilling as her professional one. She shares her life in Houston with her beloved husband Bert, surrounded by a loving family that includes five adult children, four grandchildren, and a cherished great-grandchild. Her trailblazing journey is also marked by her role as the first African American employee to hold an office as a Director at the 911 Emergency Network in Texas. With a tenure of 28 years, she broke barriers as the second African American and female to ascend to the esteemed positions of President (2008-2009) and Vice President (2007-2008) of the State of Texas Emergency (911) Number Association.
Arnell's story is not just one of personal triumphs but also a testament to her unwavering dedication to her community and her pioneering spirit in the face of adversity.