About Us



Dineta Frazier is the founder and Chief Servant Officer of The Morgan Frazier Cancer Foundation.  She and her husband Stan Frazier founded this organization to offer families a place to heal.  Dineta has 20 years of non-profit management experience ranging from higher education to social services.  She has a B.Ss degree in Organizational Leadership from Biola University in LaMirada, CA.  

Founder/ Chair of the Board

Dineta Frazier

United Way of Greater Houston


Nannette Ray is President of TNR Accounting & Management Consulting, LLC (TNR). TNR, a
minority woman-owned small business, is a forward thinking management consulting firm.
Prior to becoming an entrepreneur, Nannette worked in the information technology industry for
over 20 years with Fortune 500 companies such as USAA and Pricewaterhouse Coopers.
In 2015, Nannette was recognized as one of Top 30 Most Influential Women in Houston. She is
a former board member for the Ella Austin Community Center in San Antonio, Texas.

Nannette has a B.S. Degree in Business Administration from University of Texas and MBA in Business Finance from St. Mary's University in San Antonio 

Nannette currently serves on the Board of Directors for The Morgan Frazier Cancer Foundation, Young
Mothers Don’t Quit, and Faith in Business Foundation.

Vice Chair

Nannette Ray

TNR Accounting & Manangement Consulting


Toug has more than 15 years of experience providing tax services to individuals
and closely held businesses with an emphasis in the manufacturing, distribution
and transportation industries. He works directly with high-wealth individuals
who own companies to help them achieve corporate, partnership, individual and
trust tax return compliance. He also has experience working with IRS
He is a member of the American Institute of CPAs and Texas Society of Certified
Public Accountants.
Toug is a 2004 graduate of Texas A &M University, College Station, with a
B.B.A. degree in accounting and an M.S. degree in finance.


Toug Pliliar


Stan & Dineta Frazier


Jordan McMillian is an Account Partner at IBM with expertise in business transformation, driving strategic innovation using cognitive analytics and artificial intelligence, and actualizing strategies that propel sales, advance business performance and increase productivity.  Prior to IBM, she led Global Operations in the Engineering, Procurement and Construction industry, most recently at AECOM, where she developed and oversaw the creation of a whitespace Industrial practice in less than two years and sponsored a suite of profitability and delivery programs that improved client satisfaction and systematically increased gross margin. Jordan earned a bachelor's degree from George Washington University and a master's degree from American University in Cairo. A long time improv comedy performer and instructor, she applies lessons and principles of improvisation with her teams. Inspired by her brother's victory over pediatric cancer as a teenager, Jordan joined the Board of Directors of The Morgan Frazier Cancer Foundation in 2019.


Jordan Sweeney



Dustin is a founding board member and long time supporter of The Morgan Frazier Cancer Foundation.  He and his wife Tara Ferguson stood with the Frazier'a and faithful friends throughout Morgan's journey.  

Dustin was responsible for the establishment of the Walmart partnership that funds our annual toy drive at Texas Children's Hospital. 

Vice Chair

Dustin Ferguson

Houston Interiors, LLC.


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Chantel Ashley-Methodist Hospital Oncology
Mital Brahmbhatt- Texas Children's Health Plan
Myshi Briley-Spring/Klein Chamber of Commerce
Chishinga Callender, Baylor College of Medicine
Tara Ferguson- Walmart
Craig & Stephanie Howard-The Balllroom at Bayou Place
Terrance Ray TNR Accounting
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