Brené Brown is the one important addition to your Netflix self-improvement viewing you should gift yourself. Her TED Talk, “The Power of Vulnerability,” is one of the most viewed talks in TED history. Now her inspiring speech has led to a Netflix special, The Call to Courage. While it’s easy to get absorbed in Brené Brown’s work, we’re turning the spotlight on her family, in Brené Brown’s husband Dr. Steve Alley’s wiki.
|About Dr. Steve Alley|
|Spouse||Brené Brown 1994 - Present|
|Children||Ellen Alley, Charlie Alley|
|Alumni||University of Texas Health Science Center|
|Hometown||San Antonio, Texas|
|Works At||Memorial Hermann Medical Group Fannin Pediatrics|
Dr. Steve Alley Is a Pediatrician
Steve Alley from San Antonio, Texas was born in 1970, as per the Texas Medical Board license records. His records also state that he is of Hispanic origin. His professional profile says he’s fluent in “medical Spanish.”
Alley is a Houston-based pediatrician. After graduating from the University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio in 1996, he completed his residency at the University of Texas Health Science Center in Houston. The board-certified pediatrician practices at Memorial Hermann Medical Group Fannin Pediatrics.
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In a 2018 Instagram post, when the separation policy at the border made international headlines, Brown revealed her husband’s incredible empathy for children. According to her, practicing as a pediatrician for over 20 years has given him the ability to distinguish different types of cries from children.
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What’s happening to these families is not a partisan issue – it’s a human crisis and we need each other right now. . I’ve joined forces with TogetherRising.org and we’ve raised over $1.9 million to help the helpers on the ground. . 100% of your donation goes to the lawyers and social workers working with these families. . Please give. $5 makes a huge difference. Link in profile. . Full update on where your money is working is here: https://momastery.com/blog/2018/06/16/heres-how-you-are-serving-the-separated-border-families-today-update-2/
She recalled instances where he could accurately tell if a baby was hungry, hurt, tired, mad, or anything else by the child’s cries. So when he wanted to go to the detention camps where children were reportedly separated from their parents, he said it was because the children’s cries spoke of “terror” and “trauma.”
Brown and Alley are politically outspoken about a number of issues. They not only donated to help immigrants, they also raised funds for them.
Alley and Brown Met as Lifeguards
Then twenty-somethings, Alley and Brown met in 1987 when they were both working as lifeguards at the neighborhood pool. They dated on and off for seven years before officially getting hitched in June 1994.
We met 27 years ago this month – lifeguards who fell in love at the neighborhood pool. Today is our 20th wedding…
The couple has had their fair share of disagreements in their very communicative relationship. Brown, always choosing to give real-life examples in her talks, shares anecdotes of some of their ugly arguments but also their sweet moments. She once shared on her Facebook a cute note Alley left her inviting her to go two-stepping.
Someone left this napkin note on my car at the gym this morning. I was like, "What the heck?" Then I recognized my husband's phone number. He had me at two-stepping. #doyoulikepiñacoladas
They Have Two Children
The inspiring couple are parents to Ellen, born in 1999, and Charlie, born 2005. They reside in Houston with their kids.
Ellen is a student at the University of Texas at Austin where she’s pursuing sociology. The impressive student and varsity hockey player also interned at the Brené Brown Education and Research Group.