Meet Our Advisory Board
Victoria Anderson – Advisory Board & Bookkeeper
Victoria has been in the accounting field, both public and in-house, for over forty years. She lives in McKinney with her husband of 41 years, Bruce, her daughter, Liz and her Mother-in-law. She enjoys being the mother to Liz and her brother, and grandmother to her two granddaughters. Victoria is an active member of Grace Outreach Center in Plano, where she serves as one of the teaching leaders and worship leader in the women’s ministry. She also enjoys Bible study, music, gardening, reading and cooking. Victoria also serves with Trinity Stein as co-leader of the Special Needs Women’s Prayer Group. She has a heart for those with special needs as well as their families and caregivers.
Trinity Stein – Advisory Board
Trinity has been in the administrative field for over ten years. She has experience managing over 20 employees and has received multiple job promotions in previous positions. In 2012, she obtained her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology to pursue her calling to become a biblical counselor. In 2013, she married her husband, Daniel Stein. Together, they started Special Strong to serve the special needs population. Trinity currently handles all of the operations, billing, and bookkeeping of Special Strong. Trinity loves ministering to other women who are broken, hurting or have experienced abuse. She attends church at Gateway Church in Frisco, TX with her husband. Trinity enjoys volunteer work, working out, reading, and attending theatrical productions.
Macy A. Melton – Advisory Board
Macy Melton, JD, is a Texas native, born and raised in Houston, and has been a resident of Dallas for almost 30 years. She graduated with honors from The University of Texas School of Law in 1988. She joined Vinson & Elkins, LLP out of law school where she worked as a municipal bond attorney until she had children. She took a maternal sabbatical to raise children from 1997 to 2008 when she joined Shackelford, Melton & McKinley, LLP, in Dallas handling a variety of matters relating to estate planning, asset protection, estate taxes, and general tax planning. Having a son with autism, she decided to start her own firm in 2012 with a focus on special needs planning. She undertook studies to learn about government benefits, special needs trusts and guardianships and represents families and individuals across the state with their estate planning and probate (guardianship) needs. Ms. Melton is a member of the State Bar of Texas, The State Bar College, and the Dallas Bar Association. She participates in the Dallas Volunteer Attorney Program, and is certified as an attorney ad litem. She also serves on the boards of several nonprofits related to special needs.