About Us
Healing for BOOTS, Inc. is a registered 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to raising funds to aide in the psychological healing of victims of military sexual trauma and raising public awareness of the on-going problem of sexual assault and trauma with the US Armed Services.  Our dedicated members are committed to giving back to those who so selflessly give to our great Country.
Board Members
  1. Beth Goetzman
    President - Board Member
  2. Tracy Frugé
    Vice President - Board Member
  3. Kaaran Hinds
    Secretary - Board Member
  4. Christine Martin
    Treasurer - Board Member
  5. Paula Marshall
    Events Coordinator - Board Member
  6. Donald Whitehead
    Board Member
Beth Goetzman has volunteered with various organizations for 30 years, paying forward a generous act of kindness paid to her as a young single mother many years ago.  As a member of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution with a rich family military service history, Beth’s focus has become supporting our veterans and active-duty military.  She feels our men and women in unform are not only protecting our Country  but are alsoprotecting the legacy left to us by her many 5th and 6th great grandfathers who helped to build our Country.  Beth’s day job has been in the financial services arena for over 25 years.
Tracy Frugé has volunteered with multiple church and civic organizations over the past 35 years.  As a lifelong teacher and current educator in the Humble Independent School District, her passion for education is evident in the relationships she builds daily with her students.  Tracy is also a certified Jazzercise instructor and enjoys helping adults meet their health and fitness goals.  As a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution with a family history of military service, she has become involved in helping to support our veterans and active-duty military.
Kaaran Hinds graduated with a Bachelor’s of Science degree with a double major in Psychology and Sociology from the University of Central Arkansas in Conway, AR. Kaaran volunteers with Houston Marine Mom’s and Lone Survivor Foundation and is a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution Ann Poage Chapter in Texas. Her inspiration is her son, who is currently serving in the United States Marine Corps. She lives in Magnolia Texas and works as a Benefits Manager in the Human Resources Department
Paula Marshall has spent the last 40 years devoting herself to a wide range of service organizations which support Veterans and military families; she also gives her time to nursing homes and providing items for cancer patients.  She is a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution, the Daughters of the Republic of Texas and is past Chapter President and Board member of the National Charity League.  Now retired, Paula’s professional career was in accounting and human resources
Christine Martin is the Controller at an insurance wholesaling company headquartered in Houston, TX.  She received her business degree from Louisiana State University in 1990 and obtained her CPA license in 1999; her 20 years of accounting experience are invaluable to our organization.  Christine enjoys giving her free time to Habitat for Humanity or walking dogs at K9 Angels.  Christine firmly believes in the principle of "Not all of us can do great things, but we can do small things with great love."(Mother Teresa) and strives to live her life accordingly.
Donald Whitehead is a financial advisor and mentor for people with disabilities.  At the age of 23, Don was involved in a motorcycle accident that left him paralyzed from the waist down and now spends much of his time volunteering with Achilles International promoting and participating in athletics for the disabled and The Institute for Rehabilitation and Research (TIRR) at Memorial Herman. Working directly with patients and fellow disabled athletes allows Don the opportunity to give back to a community that supported his recovery. Don was recognized by The City of Houston as a Mayor’s Disability Advocate of the Year in 2013 and has been recognized by Texas Monthly as a Five-Star Wealth Manager, and Houston Business Journal as a premier advisor.  Most recently he was named to the 2016 Financial Times 400 Top Advisors List