Dr. Adrianne L. Mason
Dr. Adrianne L. Mason is a founding member, Chief Operating Officer (CEO), and Executive Director of His Daughters' House. She is supervising and controlling the affairs of the organization, responsible for the vision of HDH, overseeing the administrative function and maintaining the viability of the organization. Dr. Mason has 17 years of healthcare experience, and 10 years of experience in business administration and operations.
Dr. Mason holds a B.A. from Cal State University Dominguez Hills, an MBA from University of Laverne and a Doctorate in Education from the University of Laverne. She has garnered professional and educational experience that yields strong leadership, organizational and interpersonal skills.
Dr. Masons authentic leadership style, and her love for helping and mentoring others specifically women; has propelled her in the development and implementation of His Daughters' House. Her combination of ambition and goals are the drivers she uses to initiate change and advocate for transformation.
Tolia T. Terrell-Vernon
As a co-founding member of His Daughters' House, Tolia T. Terrell-Vernon is the Chief Operating Officer (COO) and Program Director. She is responsible for the day to day administration and program operation; including the oversight and development of the transition homes program. Tolia has 23 years of healthcare experience and is currently pursuing her bachelor’s degree in Human Service, with plans to obtain her master’s in social work to better serve people in the community.
Tolia has traveled the road that many of the clients have and understand the need for resources and mentorship. Her experience allowed her to discover that her passion was helping others. She is a devoted wife, and a mother of two young children. Through faith and endurance she has suffered and overcome many heartfelt trials. She serves as an advocate for marginalized mothers and young women and remains committed to ensuring women and children receive the opportunities in life in which they are entitled, to increase their chances of overall success.