Sheryl Callahan

President/CEO | Brazos Presbyterian Homes, Inc.
Sheryl Callahan is originally from Ponca City, Oklahoma and has a bachelor’s degree in psychology and social welfare. She has been a Licensed Nursing Home Administrator since 1987. Prior to joining Brazos Presbyterian Homes, Inc., in 2002, she worked as Executive Director for The Forum at Memorial Woods from 1990 to 1996 and for Buckner Retirement Services from 1996 to 2002. She has a son, a daughter, and two delightful grandchildren who live in Houston, and she enjoys spending as much time with as possible with them. Sheryl is also an avid world traveler and attends Foundry Methodist Church in Jersey Village.

Labinco Clarke

CFO | Brazos Presbyterian Homes, Inc.
Labinco Clarke is a native of Chicago and a graduate of Chicago State University. He is a husband and a father to three wonderful children. Prior to joining Brazos Presbyterian Homes, Inc., in 2006, his previous positions included Controller for Clarewood House, Inc., and CFO for OSC Transports, Inc., Baxter International, Inc., and Arthur Young (now Ernst & Young). His wife, Karen, is a Registered Nurse and serves as a Medical Career Instructor with Alief Independent School District. Labinco is also a proud grandfather and an active member of St. Justin Martyr Roman Catholic Church.

Rachael Stevens

Corporate Compliance Officer | Brazos Presbyterian Homes, Inc.
Rachel Stevens is a native Texan and has been a Licensed Nursing Home Administrator since 1986. She became certified in healthcare compliance in 2018 and was recently invited to be on the LeadingAge Texas Educational Board. Prior to her current position as our Corporate Compliance Officer, Rachel was the Executive Director of our sister community, The Hallmark. Before joining the BPHI Family, she opened two new facilities and traveled as a Regional Manager responsible for five nursing homes and two assisted living facilities across Texas. In her current position, Rachel is responsible for ensuring our compliance program effectively prevents and detects violations of law and regulations, as well as safeguarding our organizational policies and our code of conduct at both our Houston locations.

Scott Perlman

Executive Director | Brazos Towers at Bayou Manor
Scott Perlman is originally from Brooklyn, New York and holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Miami and a master’s degree in health care administration from Nova Southeastern University. He has been a Health Care Executive since 1991 and a Licensed Nursing Home Administrator since 1992. Prior to joining the Brazos Towers team, he worked as the Executive Director of Operations for Regent Care in Texas. His 28-year career in health care administration has spanned many states, including Florida, Washington state, Oregon, Nevada, and Texas. Scott has been married since 1995 to his wife Kim, who owns a company that performs quality and data interpretations for cardiology divisions throughout the Legacy Hospital System based in Portland, Oregon. They have three beautiful children and one incredible granddaughter. When Scott is not working, he enjoys going to the gym, golfing, and spending as much time with his family as possible.

Michelle Watkins

Retirement Counselor / Marketing Director | Brazos Towers at Bayou Manor
After many years of working in the industry of retirement living, Michelle is thrilled her path has led her to Brazos Towers at Bayou Manor, a place where retirement becomes re-inspire-ment. A vibrant community filled with happy people doing what they love. You don’t find that every day! As Retirement Counselor and Marketing Director, Michelle feels fortunate to be part of a marketing team that strives to do more than just fill apartments. She and her team work hard to be a resource for seniors as they consider their options for a future transition, helping them to navigate through their choices by better understanding the differences between communities and the services they offer. Whether the visitors end up moving to Brazos Towers at Bayou Manor or somewhere else, Michelle feels success is helping visitors make important decisions about the next chapter of their lives and create a plan that allows them to thrive in an environment conducive to successful aging and purposeful living. That gives her a feeling of a job well done.