Glen Mayberry | Founder

Glen Mayberry is the Founder and CEO of P.O.W.E.R House Youth Facility Inc. for the past 12 years. He has over 20 years experience working in the social services industry. His background consists of working in various capacities such as residential group homes, substance abuse facilities, corrections, case management settings and as a Lieutenant at Central Arizona Detention Center working with adult offenders. Mr. Mayberry offers a BA in Communications and a Master’s degree in Education. Mr. Mayberry is married to Felicia Mayberry for over 18 years and has three beautiful children Kristian Jaramillo , Andres Mayberry, and Jasmine Mayberry. Mr. Mayberry loves all sports, he played college basketball and stays connected to the game as an official. He has refereed basketball at the NBA, High School, and presently at the NCAA level. Glen also coaches at the club level with Tres Hoops Basketball.  

Felicia Mayberry | Founder

Born in Mesa, Arizona Felicia Mayberry is a second generation native of the East Valley. Felicia is an example of integrity, energy, hard work and servicing her community. An advocate for many years in the industry of social services and foster care, she is a Mesa High School alumni who furthered her education receiving a degree in Criminal Justice and also has her Arizona Real Estate License. She has extensive knowledge in business owning and operating residential group homes for over 12 years. Felicia always supports what is in the best interest of her clients. Felicia and Glen have been married 18 years and loves all things sports related. Their son currently plays basketball and has just signed to play in college, their daughter is an avid volleyball player, playing in high school and the club level. Felicia loves music and dance, travel and the outdoors but values as much time as possible with her close friends and family.