Kim Brewer – Executive Director

Kim and her husband of 25 years, Clint, live in Weatherford with their 3 children (22, 19, and 10). Kim grew up in Parker County, graduating from Aledo High School and attended Weatherford College. After staying home with her children, she has been in ministry for over 17 years, serving on staff at a local church in the Kids Ministry, Student Ministry as well as Missions Ministry. As well as being the Director here at Sanctified Hope, Kim also serves as the Kids Director at her home church, Myriad Church.

Kim has a passion for loving others well through all situations as well as helping them to realize the gifts God has given them and walk out in His purpose for them. She strives to live out her life verses, Philippians 4:4-9, on a daily basis. She is very thankful to be a part of the Sanctified Hope family and to get to see how God is working through this ministry in the lives of these women.


Elizabeth Mederos – Case Manager

Elizabeth understands firsthand how difficult it can be to transition from incarceration to society. Elizabeth is a former participant of Sanctified Hope who graduated in October 2018.  Since then, she graduated summa cum laude from The University of Texas at Arlington with her Bachelor of Social Work in 2021.  She also received her Associate of Applied Science/Substance Use Counselor degree in 2020 from Weatherford College.  She is now a Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor Intern (LCDC-CI). She is in the process of completing her licensure requirements for social work in Texas (LBSW).
As Program Case Manager, Elizabeth continues to help other women overcome the guilt, shame, and stigma of incarceration and addiction.  She also serves and worships at Trinity Bible Church.  Elizabeth has a passion for helping others and is very active in her community through volunteering with Zonta Club of Parker County and Center of Hope.  She also has a 26-year-old son, Michael, who is pursuing a career in law enforcement.  Elizabeth is extremely grateful for God’s restoration and salvation.
Elizabeth’s favorite scripture is Isaiah 43:19 “Behold!  I am doing a new thing! Now it springs forth.  Can you not perceive it?  He will make a way in the wilderness and streams in the desert.

KellyMcKee – Program Assistant

Kelly is the mother of a 30-year grown daughter and grandmother to a precious 9-
year-old granddaughter. She loves spending quality time with her family and is an avid animal lover.
Kelly has a background in business and psychology and has worked in Corporate America for over 25-years. She was our program Night Manager for over a year before being promoted to our Program Assistant.
Kelly has walked the path of incarceration and knows what it takes to make the transition back into society successfully. She shares her experiences with audiences in the hopes of helping them realize the dangers of drinking and driving.

Kelly is a former participant of Sanctified Hope who graduated from the program in December 2019 and has a passion for women who are coming out of the prison system and has dedicated her life to helping those women find a better way to live their life through Jesus Christ and become successful independent women. She has the hands-on experience and knowledge to work with our participants in knowing and understanding where they have been.