TCP practice manager honored by U.S. Rep. Al Green for community service and impact

Texas Children’s Pediatrics Practice Manager Eva Alcorn was recently honored by U.S. Rep. Al Green for dedicating her time to uplift members of her church congregation and residents in the Southwest Houston communities she calls home.

Green awarded Alcorn the Certificate of Special Congressional Recognition in summer 2021 to recognize her service and the impact she’s made throughout the Ninth Congressional District of Texas, which Green represents.

Along with her role as manager of TCP Shadow Creek Ranch, Alcorn is a member of Greater Grace – Houston, where she volunteers as the executive assistant to Bishop E.L. Usher and serves on the Executive Board and Finance Committee. She has overseen numerous church events, worked with local government officials and religious leaders on its behalf and brings 10 physicians from Baylor College of Medicine to participate in its City Health Fair each year.

Alcorn has also volunteered with the city of Houston and Harris County to support administration of the COVID-19 vaccine, and is a member of the Executive Board of the Texas Homeschoolers Cooperative. She has worked in health care for nearly three decades and has been with TCP since 2012.

“I absolutely love what I do and one of my greatest strengths in the workplace is truly leading people with love and care,” Alcorn said. “My team knows, without doubt, how important they are to our company and to what we do for our patients.”

In addition to her congressional recognition, Alcorn was nominated for and received an honorary Doctorate of Human Letters degree this summer from the Christian University of Southern Indiana. She credits her mother with teaching her to always give back to others – whether feeding the unhoused, donating money to neighbors and friends in need, or caring for those battling sickness.

“Giving, community volunteering and helping others is my calling, it’s in my blood, it’s who I am and it’s what I do,” Alcorn said.