Vivian Renfro is a native of Houston, Texas, she is the youngest of three siblings.  She received her Bachelor degree from Prairie View A&M University and Master’s degree from University of Texas Austin.   Vivian is a Human Resource Manager for a local Research and Development Organization.  Vivian is the former chairperson of the Texas Alliance for Minorities in Engineering, former board member of Inroads Inc.’s Austin affiliate, Children’s Haven Inc. and continues to serve today as a board member of Meals on Wheels.  Vivian has been married to the man of her dreams, Pastor Gary M. Renfro for 23 years and has been the First Lady of Corinth Missionary Baptist church (CMBC) since January 2002. She is an active member of CMBC participating in the Marriage Ministry and Deaconesses and Ministers Wives Auxiliary.  She also serves as a Sunday School teacher, Youth Ministry Leader, and wherever she is needed in the church.  She is one that gives her best whenever and wherever; always preferring to serve, rather than to be served.  Vivian serves as a wonderful first lady and her husband’s helpmate, as she raises three wonderful children: David, Rachel, and Rebekah.   When it comes to her children, they are priority.  She provides her children with opportunities to learn and have fun, while teaching them the importance of respect and obedience.  She believes it takes a village to raise a child.  Other than being a mom, she loves to pass on what her mom instilled in her as a child and that is to help others by encouraging them to do and be their absolute best.  Vivian also believes in the power of prayer and that God has control over every situation.  
Hobbies: Spending quality time with family and quiet time with God.  She also loves to cook and read in her spare time.
Favorite Color: Red (proud member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority)
Favorite Scriptures: Isaiah 40:31But they that wait upon the LORD shall re-new their strength; they shall mount up with wings as eagles; they shall run, and not be weary; and they shall walk, and not faint.
Ephesians 6:7 – Serve wholeheartedly, as if you were serving the Lord, not men.