Solutions Partner


The Wrightway Builds A Future Foundation (TWBAFF) believes that children are the very essence of the future. Who they are tomorrow is essentially the outcome of how they are raised and nurtured today. As one of the leading children's welfare organizations in the Dallas area, TWBAFF goes above and beyond to provide youth an empowering environment where they can fully embrace their identity and gain the skills they need today to be the leaders we need tomorrow.


Make Dallas One City (MDOC) is a conscious effort of individuals and organizations to make Dallas America’s Best City. The individuals and organizations includes those who have benefited from the city, taken from the city, were born in the city, migrated to the city, contributed to building the city, contributed in tearing down the city, live in the city, play in the city, work in the city, and most of all those who truly love the City of Dallas.  


Who Really Cares (WRC) is a national question, posed by the father of five daughters, focused on uniting a divided country and restoring families across America through policy and practical solutions. Who Really Cares understands in order to restore families it must first address the current culture by establishing the Value of a Life. WRC believes the missing ingredients have been individuals with a servant mindset, natural intuition for caring for people, and ability to understand and willingness to implement practical solutions.


OCOA Logistics is a platform which provides opportunities for Veterans, retirees, individuals with felony convictions, and single moms to earn supplemental income within the transportation industry to fulfill their needs or desires. OCOA is unique in that the participants:


1. Are not required to obtain a CDL License 

2. They decide when and how often they work

3. They must participate in a community service project

City Leadership

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Mayor Johnson was elected to his first term in 2019 and his term ends in 2023.

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Chief of Police

Chief Hall was sworn in May 2018.

Issues, Concerns and Opportunities 


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