Meet Our Staff
Executive Director/ Founder
Darla Farmer is the Founder and Past President of Hope For Three. A Fort Bend County resident since 1993, Darla is long-time volunteer and supporter of many children’s charities. Self-employed for the past 25 years, Darla possesses an extensive background in business administration, operations, marketing and customer relations. Her visionary leadership is illustrated through her passion for Hope For Three’s mission.
Caroline Bordelon joined Hope For Three in 2015. Caroline has a B.A. in Hotel and Catering Management, 10 years experience in public and community relations and served as Director of Publicity and Community Relations from 2014-2016 for the Fort Bend Service League. She spent 5 years in various leadership positions in the Fort Bend Service League and is a proud mother and Court Appointed Child Advocate. She brings her passion to advocate for autism due to the love of children and having one of her own on the autism spectrum.
Elizabeth joined Hope For Three in 2016. She graduated from Hope College in Holland, MI with a degree in psychology in 2011. After College she moved to Denver, CO where she worked at Developmental Pathways, a non-profit that worked with people with developmental disabilities. Elizabeth and her Husband moved to Houston, in May and are getting used to the Houston heat! Elizabeth is very excited to be working at Hope For Three, and being an advocate for autism.
Hope For Three Intern
Chelsea Baker is a graduate of Hightower High School in Fort Bend and is currently a junior at Texas A&M University majoring in Biomedical Science. She loves social media and how it enables people from all over to connect with and learn from one another. Chelsea has been a volunteer with Hope For Three since 2013 and is excited to continue to help in their mission of autism advocacy.