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S T R O N G W O M E N. BET TER WORLD.

Texas Women’s Foundation Honors Six Women for Leadership and Service LEADERSHIP CELEBRATION & AWARDS RECEPTION RESCHEDULED TO SEPTEMBER 28, 2020 CO-CHAIRS

PRESENTED BY Recipients of the 2020 Maura Women Helping

tremendous efforts positively impacting the lives

Women Award and Young Leader Award will be

of women and girls. The celebration will take

recognized for their remarkable leadership and

place September 28, 2020 at the Hilton Anatole.

Go to: www.txwf.org/events/leadership-forum-awards-dinner for more details, LAURA MAXWELL FRITO-LAY NORTH AMERICA

or to donate go to: www.txwf.co/donation-pages/LFAD-2020-honoree You may also contact Ashlee Lindsay at alindsay@txwf.org or 214-525-5311.

N IN A VAC A P IN N AC L E G R OUP

C ON TIN U E D P A GE 2

We are honored to celebrate these

amazing women – each one exceptional in her own right – whose remarkable journeys

SPOTLIGHT: MISAKI COLLINS

and significant accomplishments are an

Yo u n g W o m e n ’s Advisory Council

inspiration to us all.”

Fellow

R OSLYN DAWSON THOMPSON, PRESIDENT AND CEO T E XAS WOMEN’S FOUNDATION

I am the youngest classroom speaker, and I love that students are seeing and hearing from someone they can relate to.” C ON TIN U E D P A GE 4

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Message from the Board Chair Words from our Leaders

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34th Annual Luncheon Recap

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Count Her In Message from the President & CEO

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Texas Women’s Foundation Invests $6.3 Million in 2019

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Women’s Leadership Institute

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Army of Advocates


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LEADERSHIP AWARDS:

( C ON TIN U E D )

2020 MAURA AWARD RECIPIENTS DA N A B L A N K E N S H I P

Dana Blankenship is the dynamic CEO and founder of Blankenship

create a measurable dent in the global female

K AT H L E E N L AVA L L E

population – with 3.7% of it missing. Gendap

Kathleen LaValle became

now raises funds to educate impoverished

president and CEO of

girls in six developing countries – girls who

Dallas CASA in 2014,

otherwise could not go to school.

following three decades of practicing law. Today

Change Consulting, LLC, a

she leads the largest

female-centric, 75-personstrong boutique firm that

For 41 years, the Maura

helps some of the world’s most well-known brands navigate the people side of change as they grow and evolve their organizations. After being in leadership at a large firm, Dana started this more family-centered firm that reflects her passion for building relationships and for nurturing a flexible, supportive environment where women, in particular, can thrive. T R AC E Y D O I

As Chief Financial Officer for TOYOTA Motor North America, Tracey Doi leads accounting, finance and corporate strategy for the Toyota and Lexus brands, a value chain with 14 manufacturing plants and 47,000 team members. As part of the executive management team, she focuses on driving initiatives for competitive growth. Doi is passionate about the development of leaders at all levels, particularly women and other underrepresented groups. She enjoys supporting the Toyota Business Partnering Groups’ many career development and

Women Helping Women Award has been presented

children served by volunteers, number of volunteer advocates and annual revenue, with 83 percent of the volunteers being women. In 2019, Dallas CASA and its nearly 1,500 volunteer advocates served more than 3,500 children in

to courageous individuals

foster care. While a partner with Jackson Walker

who have catalyzed change

served on the firm-wide diversity committee,

for women and girls.

that women faced. She mentored and coached

The Young Leader Award

promoted more women to partnership than any

recognizes breakthrough

LLP, LaValle headed the women’s initiative, and explored solutions to workplace challenges many young women attorneys, and the firm other Texas law firm. JENNIFER STIMPSON

leadership exhibited by a

With a global vision to create change beyond

trailblazer who is achieving

her native Dallas, educator, innovator

success in a field, initiative or sector, and creating a path of opportunity for other women to follow.

community initiatives, as well as the Orchid

and entrepreneur Jennifer Stimpson is passionate about educating the next generation of science leaders. She began her career as a forensic chemist with the Drug Enforcement Agency, and now teaches middle school science at The Hockaday School. An award-winning educator for two decades, Stimpson uses

Giving Circle at Texas Women’s Foundation.

field experiences to enrich the curriculum, bringing global, real world science to life for her

B E V E R LY H I L L

Before founding the

CASA program in the country in terms of total

YOUNG LEADER AWARD RECIPIENT

students and others. Through her JSTEMP/KIC (Knowledge is Chemistry) camps, she creates

Gendercide Awareness Project (Gendap) in 2011,

The 2020 honoree is K A R L A

exciting hands-on STEM learning experiences

Beverly Hill worked as

G A R C I A , Dallas ISD board

for students of all ages, particularly under-

a college lecturer and

trustee and secretary, and

resourced youth.

then as a studio artist,

the youngest person and

creating figurative bronzes and ceramic wall hangings. While still teaching at the University

first Latina elected. She was inspired to run for Dallas ISD

of Iowa, Hill developed a strong interest in

District 4 trustee because she wanted to address

global women’s rights and was astonished to

the inequities that she saw in the public school

learn that in many parts of the world, women

system, particularly in Southeast Dallas. She was

and girls are so oppressed that they simply

the first in her family to attend college, and studied

do not survive. Their premature deaths

public policy and entrepreneurship at UNC.


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From the Board Chair

When I made partner at a law firm, the

expand the pipeline of women able to join

statistical probability of an African-

the highest ranks, and preparing diverse,

American woman making partner at

exceptional groups of participants with

a major firm was less than 1%. And

skills and confidence to take their places at

so you not only face the gender bias, but there is also the racial bias. I often

A . S H O N N B R OW N

the top. we are empowering young women who

walk into a board room, or you walk

were once voiceless and powerless to be

into a court room, there is a certain

their communities’ advocates, leaders and

with a presumption of competence,

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• Through our Young Women’s Initiative,

explain it to people that when you

gender and a certain race that comes We just celebrated another Black History Month

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standard-bearers. • Through our Annual Luncheon, and our

in America – and we are also in the midst of a

ability and capability. And when I walk into a

Leadership Forum & Awards Dinner, we are

broad discussion about women in leadership,

room, I don’t enjoy that same presumption of

shining a bright light on women leaders who

particularly in elected office. With that in mind,

competence, ability and capability. I’m very

have broken through barriers of tradition,

I want to highlight Texas Women’s Foundation’s

willing and able to prove it very quickly, but the

culture, racial and gender bias to become

comprehensive strategic focus on advancing

fact that I have to tells me that we have a long

beacons of possibilities for other women

women in leadership – in every role and in every

way to go.

and girls.

sector. At Texas Women’s Foundation, we envision an

Through our work, our programs, our events and

First, though, I want to share a little of my own

equitable society where all women and girls are

our volunteers, Texas Women’s Foundation is

perspective on the challenges women leaders

equal participants. To achieve this vision, we

advancing women’s leadership with a dedicated

face – and particularly women of color. I was

directly address gender and racial bias, and work

focus on diversity, equity and inclusion. We are

recently interviewed for a segment on the new

broadly to elevate the leadership of women.

driving more opportunities for women to lead,

NBCLX Network regarding perceptions of women

• Through our Women’s Leadership Institute, we are working with corporate partners to

as leaders. Here’s what I had to say:

which benefits our community and state, and leads to the equitable society we envision for all.

Words From Our Leaders

Texas Women’s Foundation uses its “resources to support the full participation

It’s important that Texas Women’s “Foundation focuses on leadership, because

exas Women’s Foundation understands “howThaving a diverse board of directors and

of women and girls in society. Seeing

we need to put more women in positions

a diverse staff makes us more effective,

the way donations are shared, and the

of leadership. That allows us to change the

more compassionate, and more insightful

specific impact they have on women in our

dynamic, and to change the narrative.”

about how to best meet the needs our

community, fuels my passionate support for this organization.”

donors, as well as our grantees.” HILDA GALVAN Partner, Jones Day

JENNIFER BIRY, Senior Vice President – Finance, AT&T

LISA MONTGOMERY, Owner, Luxe Signature Events


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Count Her In

( C ON TIN U E D FR OM P A GE 1 )

SPOTLIGHT

We’re shining a spotlight on

Raised in Houston’s fifth ward, Barbara Jordan shattered a

Young Women’s Advisory

lot of glass ceilings for her successors. In 1966, Jordan was

Council’s Misaki Collins, who

the first black woman to be elected to the Texas State Senate

is volunteering with the

(and the first African American to be elected after the Civil

March to the Polls initiative,

War Reconstruction Era). In 1972, she was the first black

the exclusive registrar of

woman to represent Texas in the United States House of

students at Dallas ISD,

Representatives, and upon her death in 1996, was the first

Carrollton/Farmers Branch

black woman to be buried in the Texas State Cemetery.

ISD, DeSoto ISD, Garland ISD and Richardson ISD,

MISAKI COLLINS

Carlos Martinez is the Data Outreach Coordinator for the AACT

representing over 60 Dallas

100 people, organizations

Now – Advocacy Alliance Center of Texas, a non-partisan

County high schools and

and milestones that have

organization formed in 2011 to inspire greater civic participation

15,000 students turning the

advanced voting rights for

in South Texas. Prior to the formation of the AACT, only 2 in 10

voting age of 18 this year.

Texas women, with the goal

South Texas residents voted in major elections. That number

to educate and activate

has doubled to 4 of 10 since AACT’s launch. Martinez said the

“Count Her In” is a social

more women to register and

media campaign celebrating

exercise their right to vote.

organization uses three pillars to drive action - education, engagement and empowerment - and that women are vital to the growth of the movement. “Women are absolutely crucial to our mission. They are so important in carrying out the

Join us in sharing these stories and activating people in Texas

work that we do. Not only do they know how to organize and get things done, they have

to exercise their right to vote: www.txwf.org/countherin

such influence.”

From the President & CEO R OS LY N DAW S O N T H OM P S ON

The Foundation’s 100% gendered

All of our donor-advised fund holders will be

impact portfolio, managed by Graystone

invited to quarterly meetings, starting in early

Consulting, a business of Morgan

May, to see how the portfolio performed across

Stanley, is fully diversified across

both financial and social impact measures. These

asset classes. Every fund within the

quarterly meetings will be a learning community

portfolio is evaluated according to

to grow our collective knowledge of gendered

its financial benchmark as well as its

impact investing, and how the combination of

gendered impact, measured by manager

financial and philanthropic capital can drive

activation and intentional focus on

greater change.

one or more of the United Nations Headline, headline! Read all about it: Texas

Sustainable Development Goals that

We hope that we can inspire others to become

Women’s Foundation Aligns 100% of Financial

specifically and disproportionately affect women

part of what is now a global movement around

Assets to Mission through 100% Gendered

and girls.

impact investing. And specifically for women’s

Impact Portfolio

funds and foundations, we can demonstrate how, Our journey to be the first women’s foundation

by mission-aligning 100% of our assets with our

I am thrilled to announce that, as of January 1, 100%

aligning 100% of our assets with our mission has

philanthropy, we can powerfully accelerate the

of Texas Women’s Foundation’s financial assets are

been many years in the making, and reflects the

change we seek in the world.

now invested in a 100% gendered impact portfolio

tremendous commitment by our Investment

that yields strong financial returns and social

Advisory Committee and Board to the ‘all-

To join our family of donor-advised fund holders,

benefits to women and girls. We are the first, and to

in’ strategy, from the selection of the asset

please reach out to Ashley Harris, aharris@txwf.org,

date only, women’s fund or foundation to move

management team, to deep engagement in the

or to me, rdawson@txwf.org. This is an incredibly

our entire assets into gendered impact. As a result

gendered portfolio design for strong financial

exciting time for the Foundation, and what an

of this strategic alignment of our financial assets –

performance and significant social impact. The

impact we can have on our community, our state

endowments, operating investments and donor-

Simmons sisters joining our donor-advised fund

and beyond!

advised funds – with our mission, a new $10.5

family is a stunning affirmation of our strategy,

million donor-advised fund was opened by the

and reinforces the opportunity it presents to

Simmons sisters, Lisa Simmons and Serena

donors to achieve a multiplier effect in their

Simmons Connelly.

philanthropic goals for women and girls.


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Women’s Leadership Institute Texas Women’s Foundation congratulates its 2nd graduating class of the Women’s Leadership Institute (WLI). WLI is a program developed by the Foundation’s Economic Leadership Council (ELC) to strengthen and accelerate the pipeline of women in leadership positions at all levels of society. The Institute provides senior-level women a customized leadership curriculum and meaningful interaction with powerful corporate leaders and other high-potential, executive women. The year-long program includes quarterly, intensive three-day workshops and simulations designed to empower participants to increase their value by: • Advancing leadership competencies to move purposefully toward the highest levels of leadership. R E I D G R A N D L E , R AQ U E L DA N I E L S, A N G E L A M A R A N O, A N T H O N Y G R E G O R Y OF SOUTHWEST AIRLINES

• Learning to apply lessons from the curriculum, workshops and simulations to achieve real-life

S E C O N D G R A D U AT I N G C L A S S O F WO M E N ’S L E A D E R S H I P I N S T I T U T E

outcomes for their organization, industry and community. • Obtaining practical guidance from seasoned corporate executives and top female leaders representing a cross section of industries.

T H A N K Y O U T O T H E C O M P A N I E S W H O H A V E S P O N S O R E D P A R T I C I P A N T S I N T H E W O ME N ’ S L E A D E R S H I P I N S T I T U T E :

7-Eleven, Inc. American Airlines, Inc. AMN Healthcare AT&T, Inc. AXXESS Bank of America Barings Multifamily Capital LLC

Boeing Global Services Celanese Corporation Children’s Health Dallas Mavericks Ernst & Young FC Dallas Fossil Group, Inc.

Freeman Frito-Lay, Inc. Haynes and Boone, LLP Hilltop Holdings Inc. Hilltop Securities Hunt Consolidated Hunt Oil Corporation

Jackson Walker LLP Jacobs Engineering Jones Day Maric Health Mercedes-Benz Financial Services Nighthawk

Oncor Electric Delivery Pinnacle Group Regions Bank Southwest Airlines Texas Instruments, Inc. Toyota

V I E WPOIN TS :

Building Women’s Wealth Through Business Ownership Texas Women’s Foundation hosted three Viewpoints events in Dallas, Collin

such as limited access to capital,

and Tarrant counties in October. This Viewpoints series highlighted current

inadequate access to mentors and

research on women’s business ownership, its connection to wealth, and

networks, and challenges receiving

some of the challenges that prevent more women from starting and growing

business education and training

businesses to the point where they produce wealth for their owners. Issues

were a few concerns presented in the research. Business owners from these areas also joined our panel to share their experiences as entrepreneurs – discussing their challenges,

D E N A J AC K S O N, M O D E R ATO R ; R AC H E L

opportunities and successes as

S A N C H E Z , S P E A K E R ; M A G G I E PA R K E R ,

women in business.

S P E A K E R AT C O L L I N C O U N T Y VIEWPOINTS

Read our national report, L I S A D E L A G A R Z A , M O D E R ATO R ; C AT H Y T R I N H, S P E A K E R ; K I M S I S S E N, S P E A K E R , A N D D E N A J AC K S O N, P R E S E N T E R AT TA R R A N T C O U N T Y V I E W P O I N T S

“Building Women’s Wealth through Business Ownership” here: www.txwf.org/economic-security/#national-research


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34th Annual Luncheon Featured Elaine Welteroth, Award-Winning Journalist and New York Times Bestselling Author Texas Women’s Foundation held our 34th Annual

most influential business and philanthropic leaders,

Luncheon, presented by The Dallas Mavericks, on

who gathered to support Texas Women’s Foundation’s

November 14, featuring a conversation with New York

mission to advance the lives of women, girls and their

Times bestselling author of More Than Enough and former

families in Texas. Also in attendance were 200 young

editor-in-chief of Teen Vogue. The conversation was

girls from middle and high schools across the region,

moderated by Laysha Ward, Executive Vice President

who experienced the luncheon via livestream in an

and Chief External Engagement Officer for Target.

adjoining room, and had the opportunity to meet

This year’s luncheon, co-chaired by Janiece Evans-

keynote speaker Elaine Welteroth. The luncheon

Page of Fossil and Virginia Rose-Harris of Texas Health

raised $1.5 million to advance economic security and

Resources, brought together 1,500 of our community’s

leadership opportunities for women and girls.

34TH ANNUAL L U N C H E ON C O - C H A IR S JANIECE EVANS - PAG E A N D V IR G I N IA ROSE-HARRIS

M O R E T H A N 2 0 0 YO U N G G I R L S F R O M N O RT H T E X A S S C H O O L S L I V E S T R E A M T H E 3 4 T H A N N U A L L U N C H E O N AT T H E H I L TO N A N ATO L E

THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS PRESENTING SPONSOR

TRANSFORMATIVE SPONSORS

INVESTORS

Nancy Ann and Ray Hunt


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THEAR SUZUKI, L A UR A MA X W E L L , CAREN LOCK

M IS A K I C OL L IN S, IV IS A N D RADE, ELAINE WELTEROTH, LAYSHA WARD

R OS LY N DAW S O N T H OM P S ON, CYNT MARSHALL, LAURA NIETO

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SHAYNE CARTER, CARIN MAVROSAKIS, BONNIE CLINTON

L UN C HE ON S P ONS OR S ( C ON T.) A DVO C AT E S : Ellenore Knight Baker/ Carter Wealth Management Boeing Global Services Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher, L.L.P. The Horchow Family Michelle M. Hudson Lennox International, Inc. Lyda Hill Foundation Reverend Katherine G. Lyle Toni Munoz-Hunt Paula and Ron Parker Gwen Parker The Sister Fund Betty Suellentrop Katrina Watland Young Women’s Preparatory Network

YO UN G G I RL S W H O PA RT I C IPATED IN THE LIVE STREAM WITH A U TO G R A P H E D M OR E T H A N ENOUGH BOOKS

LEADERS

SPEAKER SPONSOR

MEDIA SPONSORS

PAT RON S P ONS OR S : 7-Eleven, Inc. Aetna Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP Cheryl Alston & Lisa Montgomery AMN Healthcare Angie Bain Bank of Texas, N.A. Phyllis F. Bernstein Priya Bhola Rathod Lucy C. Billingsley Jennifer Biry Julie Bliecher, Diane Dutton & Gail Griswold Cecilia Boone Lael Brodsky Celanese Corporation Children’s Medical Communities Foundation of Texas

Ka Cotter and Sydney Hicks Dodee Crockett/ Merrill Lynch Wealth Management Roslyn Dawson Thompson and Rex Thompson Deloitte Donna Wilhem Episcopal School of Dallas Marion Flores and Margaret Keliher Arlene Ford Frito-Lay, Inc. Kay Fuhrman Beverly Goulet Grant Thornton LLP The Hart Group, Inc. Haynes and Boone, LLP Hockaday School & Parish Episcopal School Trish Houck Debra Hunter Johnson Insperity Brenda L. Jackson Caren Lock and Wei Wei Jeang JKL Technologies, Inc JP Morgan Chase KERA Ashlee and Chris Kleinert Labora Group Tracy LaRosiliere Locke Lord LLP Lynn Pinker Cox & Hurst Sarah Kozmetsky Miller Tracey Nash-Huntley Neiman Marcus Cecilia and Tim Norwood NTT Data Oliver Wyman Oncor Electric Delivery Carrie Parsons Bank Of America Plaza

Perot Museum of Nature & Science PwC Regions Bank Lori Reisenbichler Sidley Austin LLP Amy Stewart Law Texas Capital Bank Texas Woman’s University Institute for Women’s Leadership Thompson & Knight TRINTECH UT Dallas The Naveen Jindal School of Management Kim Vaughan Vinson & Elkins LLP Abigail Williams TA BL E S P ONS OR S : AXXESS FC Dallas Hispanic 100 Jackson Walker LDWW Group Linebarger Goggan Blair & Sampson, LLP Pinnacle Group S P E C I A L T H A NK S : Debbie D. Branson Janie McGarr Mary M. Silverman Sarah M. Losinger John Dayton Thompson & Knight Michael Margolis Tricia and Bill Miller Kim Noltemy Alice and Erle Nye Kristin Tesmer

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TEXAS WOMEN’S FOUNDATION

Texas Women’s Foundation Invests $6.3 Million in 2019 for Research, Advocacy, Programs and Grants to Advance Opportunities for Texas Women and Girls The Foundation is leading in advancing social and economic change for women and girls in Texas by deploying our resources to improving their lives. Its $6.3M investment funds strategic initiatives - increased opportunities for women and girls to lead and securing their economic security - along with grantmaking, investments, programs and groundbreaking research that helps inform leaders and policy makers on issues that impact women and girls across the state.

Economic Security: $2,520,310 (40%)

Leadership: $1,888,570 (30%)

Empowering Women’s Philanthropy: $1,914,573 (30%)

$6.3 MILLION TOTAL INVESTMENT FOR WOMEN AND GIRLS IN TEXAS

$635,000 IN NORTH TEXAS COMMUNITY GRANTS Foundation’s operating funds raised from a broad base of donors, complemented by funds from cooperative granting partners, such as Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW) and various Foundation donor advised funds.

T E X A S WOM E N ’S F OU N DAT ION PRESENTS $635,000 CHECK TO 2019 NORTH T E X A S GR A N T E E R E C I P IE N TS.

Texas Women’s Foundation funded a total of $635,000 in annual grants to 24 community organizations that work to improve the lives of women and girls in North Texas. The Foundation’s community grants are a competitive grants process, in which the Foundation’s volunteers and staff conduct financial reviews, site visits and program reviews to select and fund, with board approval, the most effective solutions to help women and girls. Grants are distributed from the

Through these partnerships, we are strengthening women and girls in the areas of education, housing, leadership and workforce development, and as a result, our entire community becomes stronger.” L IS A D E L A G A R Z A , V IC E P RE S ID E N T - P R OG RA MS & GRANTS, T E X A S WOM E N ’S F OUNDATION

2 0 1 9 C OM MU N IT Y G RA N T E E S: C OL L IN C O UN T Y:

Per Scholas, Inc.

Agape Resource & Assistance

Poetic

Center Inc.

Resource Center of Dallas, Inc.

DA L L A S C O UN T Y:

Rosa Es Rojo, Inc.

Agape Clinic

Traffick911

Bridge Breast Center Inc.

Trinity River Mission, Inc.

Dallas Methodist Hospital

Vickery Meadow Learning Center

Girlstart

Wesley-Rankin Community Center

Human Rights Initiative of North

D E N TON C O UNTY:

Texas, Inc.

Health Services of North Texas, Inc.

Ignite Texas

Metrocrest Services

Junior Players Guild

TA R R A N T C OUNTY:

Momentous Institute

Ladder Alliance, Inc.

Mosaic Family Services Inc.

Methodist Justice Ministry of First

Ntarupt Fund at Dallas Foundation

United Methodist Church

Pamper Lake Highlands


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GIVING CIRCLES GRANT NEARLY $400,000 TO SUPPORT THE ASIAN AND AFRICAN AMERICAN COMMUNITIES Orchid Giving Circle at Texas Women’s Foundation had much to celebrate

At a celebration at Mary Kay’s headquarters on November 3, The Village

at its Grantee Celebration on October 2 at Toyota’s headquarters in Plano.

Giving Circle at Texas Women’s Foundation awarded $175,000 in grants to

The Giving Circle celebrated its fifth year by distributing $219,500 in grants

14 nonprofit organizations that support the African American community.

to 14 nonprofit organizations to benefit the North Texas Asian community.

M E MB E R S OF T H E OR C H ID GIVING CIRCLE AT TEXAS WOMEN’S FOUNDATION

MEMBERS OF THE VILLAGE GIVING CIRCLE AT TEXAS WOM E N ’S F OU N DAT I ON

ORCHID GIVING CIRCLE G R A N T E E S :

T H E V I L LAG E G IV IN G C I RC L E G RA N T E E S :

Asian and Pacific Islander American Scholarship Fund (APIA)

Advocates for Community Transformation (Act)

Catholic Charities Diocese of Fort Worth

At Last, Inc.

Chetna

Big Thought

Crow Museum of Asian Art of The University of Texas at Dallas

Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Dallas, Inc.:

Dallas Chinese Community Center

The Chocolate Mint Foundation

Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum

City Year Dallas

DFW Hub Center for Health

Compelling Why

Healing Hands Ministries, Inc.

The Family Place, Inc.

Heart House

Zan Wesley Holmes, Jr. Community Outreach Center

Ignite

Interfaith Family Services

Mosaic Family Services, Inc.

Mercy Street

Senior Citizens of Greater Dallas, Inc., dba Senior Source

New Friends New Life

Texas Muslim Women’s Foundation, Inc.

Paul Quinn College

Vickery Meadow Learning Center, dba Literacy Achieves

Under 1 Roof

Our grants help support the underserved community of North Texas Asians, and for that, I’m thankful to all of you who support us with your treasure, talent and time. Also a special thanks to Texas Women’s Foundation for its tremendous support.” CY N T H IA Y UN G , O RC HI D G IV I N G C IR C L E CO-CHAIR

It’s been exciting to see the growth of The Village Giving Circle and see how African American women have been mobilized in philanthropy. Together, our collective gifts are impacting worthy nonprofit organizations serving the African American community.” LISA MONTGOMERY, THE VILLAGE GIVING CIRCLE FOUNDING OFFICER

XIX SOCIETY MEMBERS PRESENT GRANT TO TRAFFICK911 XIX Society members presented Traffick 911 with a $30,000 grant at the Annual Holiday Party. This grant will help free Texas youth from sex trafficking through a three-pronged approach of prevention, identification and empowerment, and has served over 1,200 victims of sex trafficking. To learn more about how you can join the XIX Society, go to www.txwf.org/get-involved/#xix-society.

XIX SOCIETY PRESENTS CHECK TO TRAFFICK911

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Thank You to Our Donors Texas Women's Foundation would like to thank our generous supporters who invest their resources to help us invest in the power of women and girls to drive positive change, and build stronger and more equitable communities for all. 2019 DONORS

Margarita Aguilar Diana F. Aguirre Maryann Albert Mary Anne Alhadeff Bonner Allen Cathy Almond Known as Anonymous Crystal L. Assad Ellenore and W. Kirk Baker Jane Baldwin Kim Barnes Phyllis F. Bernstein Stephanie R. Bird Jennifer Biry Dolores M. Bischof Julie Mamolen Bleicher Judi R. Blitzer Tammy Bogard Michele M. Boillotat Melissa Bolden Susan C. Bowman Mary Brinegar Lael and Peter Brodsky Priscilla Brown Andrew Brownfield Lee Brownfield Geneva Burnap Rebel B. Calhoun Rita R. Carroll Joanne Caruso Annabelle Catterall Christine Cervenka Christina Cheng Chee Ching Anne Chow Natasha Clark Carole S. Cohen Dawn Collins Serena Connelly Carol Cox Cece Cox Carolyn Cutler Hannah Cutshall Suzanne Davis Roslyn Dawson Thompson and Rex Thompson Rebecca De La Cruz Nicole Desproges Debra Lynn Dial Janna Ducich Diana C. Dutton Julie and Robert England Karen Espiritu Lori Feehan Cara W. Fields Debra Fifer Jennifer Fitzmaurice Theresa A. Flores Barbara S. Foreman Samantha Foreman Jessica Foster Sharon M. Fountain Sheila E. Gallagher Ann Z. Gallant Julianne Galloway Suzanne Galvanek Catalina E. Garcia, MD Doug Goldberg Beverly Goulet Gloria M. Gray Barbara Guzak Lalonni D. Hagerman Eugenia Hargrave

Stefanie Harmon Steven R. Hays Betsy Healy LaRue H. Henry Jane Hensley Ana I. Hernandez Kristen Hinton Kate Hopkins Carmen Horton Morgan Howard Dan and Michelle Hudson Nancy Ann Hunt Norma Hunt Swanee Hunt Joy H. Hunter JeriAnn Hyso Farieda B. Irani Kathleen E. Irvin Rebecca Jackson Rusty Jaggers Augustine Jalomo Melissa L. James Anna Jardine Soyong Jensen Fidelia M. Johnson Roksolana Karmazyn Melissa Keeling Anita E. Kelley Jerrie J. Kertz Dionne Kirby Christopher W. Kleinert Cincha D. Kostman Cindy Kozmetsky Andrea Kruger Valerie J. Lawlor Anne P. Leary Cassandra Lee Maria Lensing Suzanne C. Leslie Martha G. Little Caren Lock and Michael Bahar Allison Lopes Samira Maddox Emily Maduro Ann E. Margolin Stacey Marx Laura Maxwell Heather McClure Lee McKinney Lisette Mendez Maria S. Mendez Tracy Merzi Bette W. Miller Retta A. Miller Leticia Minkoff John D. Minna Laura K. Moore Sandra V. Moore Mary Moseid Toni Munoz-Hunt Margot B. Murphy Melanie Murphy Neena Newberry Laura S. Nieto Kim Noltemy Laura Nordman Cecilia and Tim Norwood Latina Okonneh Melissa Omet Vanessa Pacheco Eliska Paratore Paula R. Parker Stephanie L. Parker Dianne H. Patterson

Melissa Pearlman Debra G. Polsky Kayti Porter Guadalupe Prado Amber Rao Diane H. Reeves James P. Rice Renee Richeson Nancy G. Riddle Michelle J. Rider Clay Roper Pat and Jed Rosenthal Hua Rubin Laura D. Ryan Carole Rylander Rachel Sanchez Dianne C. Saslaw Cindy Saulsberry Major General Mary L. Saunders USAF (Ret.) Rachael M. Schmid David Shallenberger Gowri Sharma Janice V. Sharry Judy Sherman and Cindy Vinzant Eileen Shibata Lisa K. Simmons Karen J. Simon Rohit Singh Lori Smith Ann Sprague Perry B. Stephenson Melanie Stout Judy N. Stubbs Cynthia Sutherland Thear and Eric Suzuki Harry Swanson Rebecca R. Sykes Christina Taylor Tabitha Theriot Carolyn L. Thomas Candace M. Thompson Marsha Thornton Marilyn R. Tonkon Kristina M. Torres Christian & Tina Tovar Von Truong Elizabeth Truppa Elizabeth R. Tschiemer Elaine Tucker Betty E. Ungerman Liza Urso Nancy J. Usrey Jennifer Van Buskirk Craig Van Devender Jody Weiss Venturoni Judy Vetter Julia Wada Amanda L. Walter Michelyn Washington Linda P. Wassenich Connie S. Webb, CFP Jacqueline K. Webb Candace Weber Jessica Weidman Patricia A. Weiland Martha M. Wells Amy Wheelus Margaret L. Whitehill-Boynton Jenna F. Whitmire Linda A. Wilkins Kathy Wilkinson Abigail Williams Shareron Willis

Shreenah Willis Danielle Wilson McKenna Wilson Shawna D. Wilson Linda F. Wise Ruth K. Woodward Jay R. Woody Caitlyn Worledge Deborah K. Wright Rachel C. Ybarra Trea C. Yip Aetna Foundation Albertson’s LLC AmazonSmile American Airlines, Inc. American Funds Anheuser-Busch Armoury DE Association for Corporate Growth - Dallas/Fort Worth AT&T, Inc. Avanade The Norm and Robin Bagwell Charitable Trust Knight Baker Women’s World Improvement Fund of Texas Women’s Foundation Bank of America Bank of America Charitable Foundation Theodore & Beulah Beasley Foundation Benevity Billingsley Company Blessing Family Foundation Boeing Global Services The Boone Family Foundation The Boston Consulting Group Bradford Commercial Real Estate Brice Family Charitable Fund II of Communities Foundation of Texas Brodsky-Schneidler Family Fund of Communities Foundation of Texas Cecilia and Garrett Boone Family Fund of Texas Women’s Foundation Christina K. Hanger & Lyndon Cakerice Fund of Dallas Foundation CommCentral, Inc. Billy & Dodee Crockett Advised Fund of The Dallas Foundation D CEO Dallas Business Journal The Dallas Foundation Dalton Investments LLC Peggy Dear Fund Delgadillo Giving Fund, Fidelity Charitable DFW Advisors, LTD Co. Dwinell Family Charitable Fund Earth and Humanity Foundation Embrey Family Foundation Ewing Automotive Group FaceBook Patricia Wolfson Fagadau Philanthropic Fund of Dallas Jewish Community Foundation FedEx Office Fidelity Charitable Sheila E. Gallagher Giving Account Fifth Generation Inc

First Unitarian Church Fossil Group Friedman Philanthropic Fund of Dallas Jewish Community Foundation FrontStream George Family Foundation The Guardian Life Insurance Company Of America The Hispanic 100 Hispanic 100 Fund of the Dallas Foundation The Harvey R.Houck, Jr. and Patricia W. Houck Foundation Hunt Cares Employee Campaign Insperity Brenda Louise Jackson Donor Advised Fund of Texas Women’s Foundation Jones Day Jonesville Foundation JP Morgan Chase Foundation Matching Gift Program JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A. Kate Wilson Davis Fund of Texas Women’s Foundation Kaye Family Fund Glenda Kemple Foundation Kendra Scott LLC The Mirjam and Chris Kirk Family Fund of Texas Women’s Foundation Kleinert Family Philanthropic Fund of Communities Foundation of Texas Legacy Venture VII LLC DAF Lennox International, Inc. Leung Tsai Family Fund Ann E Margolin Fund of Texas Women’s Foundation Match Group, Inc. Microsoft Retta Miller Donor Advised Fund of Texas Women’s Foundation Morgan Stanley Harry S. Moss Foundation The NAH Foundation Network For Good NexBank PayPal Giving Fund PepsiCo PKW Donor Advised Fund of The Dallas Foundation Prudential Betty and Gerard Regard Charitable Fund Regions Bank Reyes-Alderson Giving Fund Rose Baker Charitable Gift Fund Rosenblatt Family Fund of the Dallas Jewish Community Foundation Santander Consumer USA Santander Consumer USA Inc. Foundation Harold Simmons Foundation, Inc. Southwest Airlines Marcia Sue Spellman Family Foundation SRS Charitable Fund of the Bank of Amarica Charitable Gift Fund


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Target Charitable Giving Programs Paul and Beth Taylor Family Giving Fund at Schwab Charitable Texas Instruments Foundation Texas Instruments, Inc. The Estate of Arlene J. Dayton TisBest Philanthropy Tolleson Wealth Management Tom Thumb Good Neighbor Program Total Life Changes Toyota Toyota4Good United Way of Metropolitan Chicago University of North Texas at Dallas The Estate of Patricia Ann Vaughan Paula Walker Donor Advised Fund of The Dallas Foundation Janet B Watson Fund of Women’s Foundation of Minnesota Willis Towers Watson The Simmons Wilson Fund of Texas Women’s Foundation Lawrence M & Sally B Wolfish Fund of Communities Foundation of Texas Women’s Foundation of Minnesota Women’s Funding Network Yip Family Donor Advised Fund of Texas Women’s Foundation

DONOR ADVISED FUND HOLDERS

Baker Family Philanthropic Fund Richards Barrentine Fund Henry C. Beck Jr. Lucy and Henry Billingsley Fund Laura G. Blocker, MD Fund Cecelia & Garrett Boone Family Fund Botsford Family Fund Kay, Sarah, Sterling, Shirley Brunnier Fund Jill and Jim Cochran Family Fund Cotter Family Fund Cutshall Family Fund at Texas Women’s Foundation Kate Wilson Davis Fund Kaleta A. Doolin Donor Advised Fund Julie and Robert England Cynthia K. Engles Donor Advised Fund Engram Family Fund Helen & Jermone Frank Jr. Family Fund Helen & John Gehan Fund Breea Govenar Fund at Texas Women’s Foundation Hammer Pomberg Family Fund The Heart Donor Advised Fund Hispanic 100 Stephen Douglas Hooper Fund Trish Houck and Lyssa Jenkens Fund Toni and Dan Hunt Fund at Texas Women’s Foundation Brenda Louise Jackson Donor Advised Fund TSHN Jarrah Fund Mirjam Kirk Donor Advised Fund Ashlee and Christopher Kleinert Family Donor Advised Fund

Knight/Baker Women’s World Improvement Fund The Caren Lock & Michael Bahar Family Fund Anne E. Margolin Fund Janie & Cappy McGarr Family Fund at Texas Women’s Foundation Retta Miller Fund Maribess & Jerry Miller Donor Advised Fund Model Behaviors at Texas Women’s Foundation Diane Paddison Fund Paula R. Parker and Ronald C. Parker Fund Carol J. Riddle Donor Advised Fund Lisa Rose Fund at Texas Women’s Foundation Pat Rosenthal Fund Susan Salka Women’s Empowerment Fund Janice and Michael Sharry Fund Simmons Sisters Fund Stronger Future Fund Thear Sy Suzuki and Eric Suzuki Fund Taylor Pittman Fund Roslyn Dawson Thompson and Rex Thompson Fund Sandra Washburn Donor Advised Fund Martha McCarty Wells Fund Linda Wilkins Fund Abigail Williams Advised Fund Simmons Wilson Fund at Texas Women’s Foundation Women’s Finance Exchange Fund Yip Family Donor Advised Fund

ECONOMIC LEADERSHIP COUNCIL MEMBERS

Colleen Affeldt Ellenore Knight Baker Jennifer Biry Shonn Brown Kristen Bruner Joanne Caruso Bonnie Clinton Summer Wright Collins Ka Cotter Dodee Frost Crockett Debbie Dennis Effie Dennison Stacey Doré Julie S. England Marta O. Engram Jana Etheridge Carla Gale Hilda C. Galvan Beverly Goulet Mary Henderson Hattie Hill Brenda L. Jackson Patti Johnson Margaret H. Jordan Louise Kee Lillian Kirstein Melody Lenox Laura Maxwell Maribess L. Miller Retta A. Miller Neena Newberry Carol A. Nichols Diane Paddison Carrie Freeman Parsons Holly Reed Joanna Ridgway Virginia Rose-Harris Susan Salka Janice V. Sharry Terry Stone

Debra von Storch Thear Suzuki Ann Thorn Ellen Torbert Betty E. Ungerman Rachel Vinson Janelle Walker Shawna D. Wilson

H100 GIVING CIRCLE DONORS

Arcilia Acosta Diana F. Aguirre Raquel Amparo AT&T, Inc. Michele Bobadilla Matilde Borchers Ellen Castro Liz Cedillo-Pereira Chef@LydiaGonzalez.com Suzanne Cruz-Sewell Roslyn Dawson Thompson Tracey Doi Laura V. Estrada Theresa A. Flores Pearl Garza Fracchia Leslie Gambrell Catalina E. Garcia Cynthia A. Gonzalez Elsa Grivas Sabrina Harrison Hey Chica Movement Martha Hinojosa-Nadler ISP Studios Larissa Jarvis Delia Jasso Clay Jenkins Monica Lira Bravo Bridget Lopez Cris Lopez Betty Manetta Cecilia McKay Maria S. Mendez Yesenia Mendez Guadalupe Mora Aracely P. Muñoz Toni Muñoz-Hunt Angelica Parra PepsiCo Employee Engagement Fund at Silicon Valley Community Foundation Guadalupe Prado Aura Recuero Lucinda Rocha Alice L. Rodriguez Patricia Rodriguez Christian Sylvia Sotelo Kidd Linda Valdez Thompson Dora Tovar Nina Vaca Mary Valadez Wells Fargo Wealth Management Cristina Zertuche-Wong

HERITAGE GIVING FUND DONORS

Froswa’ Booker-Drew Sandra A.M. Bowie Kanitra Brooks Tameka Y. Cass Nikki Christmas Communities Foundation of Texas Irina Cortez Roslyn Dawson Thompson Diedre Douglas Brooke Evans Fitzpatrick Errika Flood Moultrie Krystal Hargrove Ebonie Johnson Cooper Jones Day Dionne Kirby

Nan Kirkpatrick Halima Leak Francis Cathryn McClellan Alicia M. Morgan Lexie Okeke Kimberly O’Neil Maggie Parker Crystal Perry Shawanna Phillips Asia Rodgers Kimberly Sawyer Kristyn Senters Candace M. Thompson Cordelia Tullous Akilah S. Wallace Rhonda Williams Shawn L. Wills Tyeshia Wilson Pamela Zeigler-Petty

LEADERSHIP FORUM & AWARDS DINNER DONORS

7-Eleven, Inc. Linda Abraham Miller Adair Colleen Affeldt Allegis Group Cheryl Alston American Airlines Mary Lynn Amoyo Faith Anderson Lesly B. Annen Alessandra Antenucci Priscilla Anthony Angelica Arceneaux Charlene Ashford AT&T, Inc. Sade Awe AXXESS Diana Bacon Mary Baerg Norm Bafunno Michael Bahar Katherine Bailey Ellenore Baker Rodney Baker Laura C. Baldwin Donna J. Barefield Jennifer L. Bartkowski Dee Dee Bates Marsha Beasley Pamela Beckert Sylvia L. Benenson Laurie Benezra Lynn C. Bergman Stephanie Bernal Allison Bernstein Rebecca Billings Stephanie R. Bird Jennifer Biry Shaunna F. Black Shebronda Blackburn Julie Mamolen Bleicher BNSF Railway Boeing Global Services Melissa Bolden Cecilia G. Boone Brenda F. Brand Debbie D. Branson Caren Bright Lael & Peter Brodsky A. Shonn Brown Cheryl Brown Becky Bruder Ellen E. Buck Sara Bui Geneva Burnap Kimberly Burris Yudith Bustamante Rebel B. Calhoun Marsha Cameron CARCON Industries April Carr

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Kelly Carr Milene Carvalho Shelli M. Cassel Linda Castaneda Celanese Corporation Joan Cetera Clare B. Chaney Bonnie Clinton Karen W. Coleman Catherine Collins Darren Collins Cynthia J. Comparin Kristen Cook Rori Coryatt Flavio Costa Catherine M Coughlin Fund for Women’s Leadership of Texas Women’s Foundation Darcy L. Cowell Cece Cox Rita A. Cox Stephanie Cox Candy Crespo Robert C. Culak D CEO Dallas Business Journal The Dallas Mavericks Sherri L. Daniel Macey and Steve Davis Matthew Davis Roslyn Dawson Thompson Debbie Dennis Tim DeWitt Debbie Dial Julie H. Diaz Catherine Diaz-Fenimore Desiree Dillon Carol C. Donovan Sally and Tom Dunning Laura Jane Durfee Diana C. Dutton Samantha Dwinell Harryette B. Ehrhardt Gail Enda Julie S. England Ernst & Young LLP Laura V. Estrada Patricia W. Fagadau Kristen E. Fagelman Phyllis Westcott Farragut Ellen Farrell Janice Fennell Cara W. Fields Lois G. Finkelman Paige H. Flink Mariana Fonseca Medina Samantha Foreman Fossil Group Pearl Garza Fracchia Natasha Freimark Amanda Freitag Fried,Frank,Harris,Shriver & Jacobson LLP Frito-Lay, Inc. Joyce A. Funk Shelley Z Galant Carla B. Gale Julianne Galloway Suzanne Galvanek Catalina E. Garcia Leila Gary Lori Gibbens Helen Giddings Cynthia A. Gonzalez Susybelle L. Gosslee Beverly Goulet Jen V. Grant, CFP Kal X. Grant Greenhill School Suzanne F. Greenman Gail A. Griswold Vicky P. Gunning Vana Hammond Parham


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HaeSung Han Janice Harissis Haynes and Boone, LLP Shannon Hennessy Kelly Herod Anne Hill Lyda H. Hill Lura Hobbs Susan Holmes Hayley Horn Trish Houck Chad Houser Laura Howard Alicia Howell Jin-Ya Huang Larry Hughes Helen L. Hunt Nancy Ann and Ray Hunt Jane Rose Hurst Katelyn Hutzler iHeartMedia, Inc. Natalie Ilseng Ingram Micro Interstate Batteries Mike Ireland Brenda L. Jackson Dena L. Jackson Jesse Jackson Sheila Jackson Jackson Walker L.L.P. Joanna Jadlow Mary Kate Jeffries Soyong Jensen Lindsey Johnson Monica Y. Johnson Shana C. Johnson Amy Jones Jones Day Margaret H. Jordan Keri A. Kaiser Thomas Kelly Margo R. Keyes Caroline Kim Tracey Kimbrell Amy King Jenny King Sharon S. King Mirjam S. Kirk Rita W. Kirk Lillian F. Kirstein Ashlee and Chris Kleinert Marachel Knight Florian Kohl Divya Kottayil Lisa Kraus Matthew Kurtz Rachel Kutz Kenneth S. Lambrecht The Lamplighter School Jan E. Langbein Mattias Lange Melody Lenox Suzanne C. Leslie Monica Lira Bravo Locke Lord LLP Julie G. Lowenberg Vivian L. Luna Jody Macedonio Teresa Mackintosh Leslie MacLean Gabrielle Madison Sara Madsen Miller Cynthia F. Malone Angela Marano Marty Marks Suzanne K. Marshall Heather Martin Gwyn S. Mason Madison Maxwell Madeline D. McClure Cecilia McKay Bridget McNiel Ana Meade

Lisette Mendez Tracy Merzi Cynthia D. Mickens Ross Tricia Miller Retta A. Miller Miller Family Foundation Jennifer Mitchell Sarah D. Mitchell Cathy W. Moffitt Regina T. Montoya Jennifer E. Morris Celeste Moya Katharine Mullen The NAH Foundation Tracey Nash-Huntley Neena Newberry Laura S. Nieto Gail Norfleet Ava Norris Vanessa Nunez Oncor Electric Delivery Rebecca Ordinario Diane and Chris Paddison Susan Palmer Eliska Paratore Brenda Paulsen Tom Perryman Sally Pian Sheryl L. Pidgeon Connie Piloto PlainsCapital Bank Toni J. Portmann Amy Pottkotter Monica M. Purdy Karen Quintero Raphael Philanthropic Fund of Dallas Jewish Community Foundation Carolyn Rathjen Lauren P. Reed Reyes-Alderson Giving Fund Brenda T. Rhoades Claire Rich Lucy M. Richards Leigh C. Richter Sandra Riggins Lesa B. Roe Lysa J. Rohan Jessica Rosas Edna Z. Ruano Kimberly Russell Laura D. Ryan Amanda Ryan-Smith Mary L. Saunders Liz Schaab Pat Schenkel Kristen Scherer Jennifer Schmiel Billie B. Schultz Schwab Charitable Fund Ann Scott Yolanda Scott Diane K. Scovell Janice V. Sharry Sarah Shaw The Sister Fund Cherie Small Nicole and Justin Small Trillion Small SMU - Cox School of Business Kathleen Soled Hayashi Southern Methodist University Southwest Airlines Sprinkles Cupcakes Laura Steele Paulette Stein Daphne Stidham Siva Surkunalingam Kristen Tabar Soo Tan Charmaine Tang Target Shannon Zmud Teicher

Shawn Terry Texas Capital Bank Texas Instruments Foundation Texas Woman’s University Sherry Thiltgen Roslyn Dawson Thompson and Rex Thompson TIAA Martha R. Tiller Abigail C. Tilton Sandra C. Tinkham Toyota Elaine Tucker Elizabeth Turano Gail O. Turner Jennifer Van Buskirk Kim Vaughan Rachel Vinson Debra von Storch Meredith and Scott Wallace Kristy Waterman Elizabeth Weathersby Adele Weber Kimberly M. Westphall Linda A. Wilkins Caroline Willard Jennifer Wimberly Margaret Windham Christina M. Winters Susannah Wisenbaker Women’s Foodservice Forum Patsy Woods Martin Elizabeth Wright George Youngblood

LEGACY CIRCLE DONORS

Anonymous Sharon J. Baca Wendy Barber Mary Beth Bardin Beverly R. Barry Dena Bartnicki and Helen Chandler Phyllis Bernstein Lucy Billingsley Julie Mamolen Bleicher Kalita Blessing Ellen G. Bradley (deceased) Brenda F. Brand Estate of Gladys Brenner Molly Byrne Rebel B. Calhoun Gloria O. Chapman Marsha Clark Claire Collins Kathleen Cook-Hunter Roslyn Dawson Thompson Arlene J. Dayton (deceased) Monica Y. Fried Sheila E. Gallagher Catalina E. Garcia Pam Gerber Steven R. Hays Trish Houck Catherine P. Howes Lauren M. Johnson Anita E. Kelley Glenda D. Kemple Joanne C. Kendrick Joy S. Mankoff Ronald Mankoff Ann E. Margolin Retta A. Miller Judy H. Nash (deceased) Cecilia S. and James T. Norwood Tim Norwood Dianne H. Patterson Tammy Patterson Anita Porco John A. Raphael (deceased) Robbie Watson Raphael Cynthia D. Reavis

Betty S. Regard Dawna L. Richter (deceased) Lysa J. Rohan Lindsay A. Romig Pat and Jed Rosenthal Annadele H. Ross Judith S. Sherman Sue S. Spellman Becky R. Sykes Shelley Turner Patricia A. Vaughan (deceased) Carol A. Vesey Rita S. Warren Linda Wilkins Shawna D. Wilson Kay M. Winzenried Peggy Zarro

LUNCHEON DONORS

7-Eleven, Inc. Erica Abercrombie Karen Aberle Alva Adams Evelyn Adgate Aetna Suzanne Ahn, M.D. Speaker Endowment Fund of Texas Women’s Foundation Akin, Gump, Strauss, Hauer & Feld, LLP Sara M. Albert Claire Aldridge Wasan Alfalahi Mary Anne Alhadeff Martha Allday Bonner Allen Vickie Allen Gillea Allison Cheryl Alston Deborah Alves American Airlines, Inc. AMN Healthcare Birgit Anderson Carol Anderson Lesly B. Annen Anonymous Priscilla Anthony Rebecca Anthony Joan Arison Charlene Ashford April Audain AXXESS Dana Ayres Angie Bain Ellenore Baker Morgan Baker Knight Baker Women’s World Improvement Fund of Texas Women’s Foundation Laura C. Baldwin Bank of America Bank of Texas, N.A. Barings Multifamily Capital LLC Gina Barro Jennifer L. Bartkowski Cheryl Bass Jyoti Bastola Melanie Batiste Baylor Scott & White Heart and Vascular Hospital BB&T Wealth Marsha Beasley Paula Beasley Mary Constance Beck Michael Beckman Alisha N. Bell Brian Bell Connie Bell Chelsea Belote Tamra Belton Laurie Benezra Rene J. Benton

Barbara Berasategui Bernadette Davis Communications Anne Bernath Elaine Bernstein Phyllis F. Bernstein Elaine Betcher Priya Bhola Rathod Tracy Bianco Tamara Biernat Lucy Billingsley Sumner Billingsley Jennifer Biry Shebronda Blackburn Shajine Blake Vicki D. Blanton Julie Mamolen Bleicher Boeing Global Services Star L. Boetticher BOK Financial Foundation Cecilia G. Boone Matilde Borchers Sonja Borda Kristin Boyd R. Allan & Millie P. Bradley Family Fund Jeannine Braggs Debbie D. Branson Emily F. Branson Chanda Brashears Wanda R. Brice Brice Family Charitable Fund II of Communities Foundation of Texas Courtney Bristow Kelsey Brock Lael Brodsky Rose N. Broussard A. Shonn Brown Becca Brown Crystal V. Brown Deshaun Brown LaRhonda Brown-Barrett Andrew Brownfield Jay Dea Brownfield Becky Bruder Kristen Bruner BTH Bank Erin Burdette Geneva Burnap Felicia S. Burns Lucy Burns Sarah Burns Kimberly Burris Donna Butterfield Rebel B. Calhoun Jorge Canamar Myra Canterbury Capital One Bank Janine Carley Nancy Carlson Sandra Carson Shayne Carter Milene Carvalho Kanika Carver Benita Casey Karen Cassady Annabelle Catterall Jeri Cawelti Cherrise Cederqvist Celanese Corporation Jennifer Chandler Heather Chapman Kimberly Chapman Sheila Chhutani, MD Jonathan Childers Children’s Health CIGNA Healthcare City of Dallas Chalon Clark Marsha Clark Tonika C. Clayton Bonnie Clinton


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Barrett P. Coleman Jasmine Collier Janet Collinsworth Communities Foundation of Texas Tanya Conovaloff Angela Cook Mary Louise Cordell Pope Cindy L. Corpier Ka Cotter Anah Coulibaly Darcy L. Cowell Nicole Cox Michaela Crocker Dodee F. Crockett Billy & Dodee Crockett Advised Fund The Dallas Foundation Crow Collection of Asian Art Ana Curry D CEO The Dallas Mavericks Mary Dalrymple Hatice Dalton Elise Daniel Jill Dardick Susan Davidson Tracey B. Davies Judy Davis Kate Wilson Davis Kimberly Day Rebecca Day John Dayton Lauren De Leon Deloitte Stacy Dennis Kara DeVita DFW Airport Board Lenore Diamond Veronica Diaz Haley Dix Sally Dix Donachie Foundation Vicki Doyle Anne Calhoun Duffy Brian Dunlap Vanessa Dupuis Sara G. Duran Sally Dutter Diana C. Dutton Jenny Dyer Laura Echols-Richter Caren Edelstein Harryette B. Ehrhardt Fran Eichorst Marta O. Engram The Episcopal School of Dallas Donna Epps Anita Erno Ernst & Young LLP Leticia Espinoza Laura V. Estrada Brandon Evans Janiece Evans-Page Patricia W. Fagadau Yoshaka Fain Isabela Feltner Abigail Ferrin Carine M. Feyten Fidelity Brokerage Services, LLC Erin Finegold White Erin Fischer Melinda Fleming DeLaine Fletcher Marion T. Flores Erin Flowers Mariana Fonseca Medina Jane S. Foote Arlene Ford Pamela Fossett Fossil Group Felecia Foster Sharon M. Fountain Karen Fox

Helen S. Frank Freeman Frito-Lay, Inc. Ashley Frost Megan Frutkin Allicia Frye Kay Fuhrman Renee Gadson Carla B. Gale Valerie Gale Elisabeth Galley Hilda C. Galvan Janna Gardner Beth Garvey Myrshem George Donna J. German Susan Geyer Liz Gibson Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher, L.L.P. Heidi Gider Penny Goldsberry Michele Gough Beverly Goulet Kal X. Grant Grant Thornton LLP Lynn H. Gray Terry G. Greenberg Carol Greene Suzanne F. Greenman Anthony Gregory Belinda M. Griffin Gail A. Griswold Dusti Groskreutz Taylor Santhi Gullapalli Mona Gupta Amanda Hackler-Roy Geraldine Hale Kate Hall Rosalyn Hall Leslie Halleck Lauren Halsey Vana Hammond Parham Julia P. Harman Ashley Harris Juanita Harris Robin Harris Helen Harry-Allen The Hart Group, Inc. Amelia C. Hartman Harville Family Trust Haynes and Boone, LLP Ross & Marvis Heath Katherine D. Helms Heather Henry Kelly-Ann Henry Ana I. Hernandez Tomeka Herod Patricia Herrera Sharon B. Herrin Sydney S. Hicks Mary Patricia L. Higgins Lyda H. Hill Lyda Hill Holdings Kristen Hinton THe Hispanic 100 Lura Hobbs The Hockaday School Cathy Hodges Charles Hoffman Adriana L. Holguin Donna M. Holmes Garnett Holmes Lorraine Hood-Jack Catherine Hoover Kate Hopkins The Horchow Family Marissa E. Horne Trish Houck Barbara Houlihan Anna Hsu Laura Hubert Michelle Hudson Hudson Peters Commercial

Lynell Huffmaster Larry Hughes Laura Hume Nancy Ann and Ray Hunt The Men and Women of Hunt Consolidated Carrie Hunter Debra Hunter Johnson Huntley Family Fund Jane R. Hurst Becky Hurt Heather Hutcheson Karen Ideno Insperity Mike Ireland Alyson Jackson Brenda L. Jackson Dena L. Jackson Jennifer Jackson Jackson Walker L.L.P. Sharon Jackson Wright Bonnie Jacobs Melissa L. James Donna James-Harvey Melissa Jannetta Wei Wei Jeang Sherell Jefferson Stephanie Jeffery Patricia A. Jent UT Dallas The Naveen Jindal School of Management JKL Technologies, Inc BJ Johnson Fidelia M. Johnson Jessica Johnson Pamela Johnson Jennifer B. Johnston Kathy E. Johnstone Cindy Jones Elizabeth Jones Rochelle Jones Tina H. Jones Margaret H. Jordan JP Morgan Chase Keri A. Kaiser Bonnie A. Karamalegos Fatima Karim-Murji Renee L. Karp Nancy A. Kaufman Judy Kaye Kim Keating Ferrell Keel Melissa Keeling Lester Keliher Margaret Keliher Keliher Family Foundation Nicole Kellogg Glenda D. Kemple Paige Kendrick Robert L. Kersey Kimberly-Clark Corporation Clay Kimbrell Lenetra King Sharon S. King Jannie Kinsey-Goods Mirjam and Chris Kirk Ashlee and Chris Kleinert Rachel Koppa Cincha D. Kostman Divya Kottayil Cindy Kozmetsky Shea Kracheck Lisa Kraus Cynthia W. Krause Katherine Kuechler Ulka Kumar Labora Group Sharon Lakes Jodi Landon Tracy LaRosiliere Laura Aikens Commercial Cncl Service Co., Inc. LDWW Group

Megan Lee Andrew LeGrand Lennox International, Inc. Melody Lenox Tara Lewis Veronica Smith Lewis Georgia A. Ley Amy T. Lezon Ellyce M. Lindberg Jeannie Lindley Ashley Lindsay Linebarger Goggan Blair & Sampson, LLP Monica Lira Bravo Caren K. Lock Caren Lock and Michael Bahar Family Fund of Texas Women’s Foundation Locke Lord LLP Terry Loftis Susan B. Long Stephanie Loovis Bridget Lopez Sarah M. Losinger Matilda B. Louree Julie G. Lowenberg Katherine Glaze Lyle Lynn Pinker Cox & Hurst Jody Macedonio Leslie MacLean Dee Maddox Whitney Mahoney Alicia A. Makaye Stacey Malcolmson Angela Marano Ann E. Margolin Michael Margolis Julie Mariotti Marty Marks Suzanne K. Marshall Suzanne Massey Laura Maxwell Laura Mays Lynn McBee Marguerite McClinton Stoglin Marty McDonald Mary McDonough Janie S. McGarr Leticia McGowan Renee McKeon McKesson Cassandra McKinney Margaret McKoin Annette McLaughlin Kassandra G. McLaughlin Heather Mcnally Mara McNeill Ana Meade Andrew Medland Denyse Medlenka Paula Mele Jeff Melucci Marlo Melucci Lisette Mendez Tracy Merzi Methodist Health System Foundation Jill Meyer Harriet E. Miers Georgina Miller Lynn Miller Maribess L. Miller Megan Miller Tricia Miller Retta A. Miller Sara Madsen Miller Sarah K. Miller Solveig Miller Halle Millien Heather L. Mills Meghan Minshall Jennifer Mitchell Sejal Modi

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Allison Monroe Ann Monroe Lisa Montgomery Misty Moore Attalie Morgan Mollie Mossman Anne B. Motsenbocker Celeste Moya Kathy H. Muldoon Multiplex, Inc. Rujuta Munje Aracely P. Muñoz Toni Munoz-Hunt Brian G. Murphy Haley Muse Susan Myers The NAH Foundation Tracey Nash-Huntley Valencia Nash-McShann Kimberly Neff Neiman Marcus Karl G. Nelson Quitze Nelson Neena Newberry NexBank Carol Nichols Gregory Nieberding Kim Noltemy Ava Norris Gabriela Norton Cecilia and Tim Norwood NTT DATA Alice and Erle Nye Liza O’Connor Frank Oehl Oliver Wyman Katie Ollinger Oncor Electric Delivery Ashley ONeill Fatma S. Oner Keisha Ortiz John P Owen Jennifer M. Owens Meaders Ozarow Diane and Chris Paddison Donor Advised Fund of Texas Women’s Foundation Parish Episcopal School Gwen Parker Paula and Ron Parker Francine Parks Carrie F. Parsons Jamillah Pate Jeff Paul Brenda Paulsen Peloton Commercial Real Estate Debra Pena Melanie L. Perkins Perot Museum of Nature & Science Jill Perrin Rebecca Petereit Janice Peters Lisa A. Peterson Dennis Petroskey Bailey Pham Pinnacle Joseph Portera Mary C. Poss Valencia Powell Tracy M. Preston Amy M. Pryor Evelyn Pulliam Janine Pulman PwC Jennifer Quaranta Courtney Radcliffe Selwyn A. Rayzor Sonya Reece Holly Reed Anne S. Reeder Dotti Reeder Regions Bank


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Lori Reisenbichler Brenda T. Rhoades Claire Rich Doris A. Rich Lucy M. Richards Leigh C. Richter Carolyn Riley Ian Rinestine Lucinda Rocha Sha Roehm Carol A. Roehrig Carol C. Rogers Debbie Rollins Andrea Romeros Sydney Rose Virginia Rose-Harris Joyce L. Rosenfield Angela M. Ross Ashley Ross Steven Roth Lizzie Routman Sabrina Roy Robin Rucker Laura D. Ryan Jillian Sabeh Ane Sacks Susan Salka DeMetris A. Sampson Willow Sanchez Clint and Sabrina Sanders Christa Sanford Santander Consumer USA Angela Santone Priya Sarjoo Dianne C. Saslaw Anita Savage Nimisha Savani Liz Schaab Nancy Schmidt Jacqueline Schmitz Kim Schonwald Kathryn Schuck Billie B. Schultz Tasha Schwikert Moser Allison Searfoss May L. Sebel Holly Sechrest Brandie Seebold Sandee Seelig Nancy Seikaly Lori Seinera Frank Severinghaus Chaunine Shanks Cindy Sharkey Gowri Sharma Allison Shelton Judith S. Sherman Eileen Shibata Sidley Austin LLP Mary M. Silverman Paula Simaan Joanna Singleton Lisa Bailey Singleton Travis Singleton Christine Singley The Sister Fund Ruth Skinner Nicole G. Small Grace Smith James Smith Latricia Smith Janille Smith-Colin Emily Soelberg Kristina Soldani Kris Sorokwasz Natalie J. Sorrell Southwest Airlines Morgan Spann Morgan Spann Sharon Spratt Alishia Spriggins Kate Springer Pauline D. Stafford

Marjorie J. Stephens Mimi Sterling Stewart Law Group Erin K. Stewart Gail H. Stoke Terry Stone Laurie-Jo Straty Hannah Strom Beth B. Stromberg Misha Sturns Casey Sublett Victoria S. Sudderth Betty Suellentrop Tina Suellentrop Susan G. Komen Thear Suzuki Tabani Group Bryna Talamantez Charmaine Tang Target Whitney A. Taylor Roselle Tenorio Sara Terry Kristin Tesmer Texas Capital Bank Texas Health Resources Texas Instruments, Inc. Texas Woman’s University Anne Thomas Jacqueline Thomas Roslyn Dawson Thompson and Rex W. Thompson Thompson & Knight Foundation Thomson Reuters Stacey Thorp Linda M. Todd Roberta Tolen Veronica Torres Hazley Yvette Towns Toyota Toyota4Good Naomi Tramontano TRINTECH Charles Tsai Elaine Tucker Cordelia Tullous Kristen Twomey Brent Underwood Nina Vaca Surabhi Varshney Kim Vaughan Tonya Veasey Jody Weiss Venturoni Christopher Vicks Yasmin Vides Vinson & Elkins LLP Brenna Wadleigh Celia Walker Cari Walls Deborah Walpole Gail Warrior Suchy Annette J. Watkins Katrina Watland and Jay Woody Laura J. Weber Jessica Weidman Anna Whatley Kewana Whitaker Jacqueline C. White Donna Wilhelm Family Philanthropy Fund Linda A. Wilkins Abigail Williams Brenda Williams Christy Williams De’Edra S. Williams DeJuan Williams Kenna Williams Stormee Williams Ena Williams Koschel Elizabeth Willis Pamela Wills-Ward Alisa Wilson Jennifer N. Wilson

Cmone Wingo Christina M. Winters Meghan Wise Frances S. Woodfin Andrea Woods Patsy Woods Martin Angela H. Woodson Meredith Worley Henrietta Wright Mary Wylie Katherine Wynne Cynthia Yared Vickie Yaukin Courtney York Young Women’s Preparatory Network Patsy Y. Yung Micale Hadassah Yuster Yvonne Zagumny Sandra Zamora Alissa Zimmerman Lynda Zimmerman

ORCHID GIVING CIRCLE DONORS

Lisa Ahnert Michelle Alden Aon Corporation Betty Armstrong Urvashi Arvind Sangeeta Bachani Yingxue Bai Beacon Hill Group, LLC Gauri Bhat Colleen Bloch Mary W. Bloom BNSF Railway Kimberly Bocell Cecilia G. Boone George Brody Salena Brody BuDhaGirl LLC CapEQ Milene Carvalho Radhika Chagarlamudi Sharon Chan Dev Chanana An Chau Tyffani Chau Andrew Chen Monica Chen Christopher Cheung Riddhi Chhaya Evelyn Chikahisa Jennifer Cho Anne Chow Bianca Chow June Chow Cindi’s NY Deli & Restaurant Arang Cistulli Marsha Clark Dawn Collins Anoshe Commissariat Communities Foundation of Texas Theresa Conduah The Coulter Group Kim Cummings Tracy Curran Cykochik LLC Liz Daloia Trang Dang-Le Roslyn Dawson Thompson Deepa Deendar Soo Young Der Desai Family Charitable Fund of Communities Foundation of Texas Jennifer Devany Directed Action, Inc. Tracey Doi Ami Doshi Stephen Edmonds

Hind E. S. El Jarrah Farzeen Elaria Jen Falk Abigail Ferrin Louise Florence Fossil Group Sakina R. Foster Diana Franke Pan A. Garner Prakash George Alka Gupta Gauri Gupta Mona Gupta HaeSung Han Kevin Hanrahan Christine Ho Grace Ho Charlene W. Howell Anna Hsu Lichu Hsu Jin-Ya Huang Anna Hung Karen Ideno Mike Ireland Wei Wei Jeang Soyong Jensen Sharmeen Jilla JKL Technologies, Inc Rita Joshi John Kennelly Caroline Kim Soudary Kittivong-Greenbaum Nikki Koenig Sylvia L. Komatsu KPMG LLP Shruti Krishnan Andrea Kruger Annie Ku Marshall and Sui Kay Ku Family Fund Sangeeta Kuruppillai Robin Ladd Carolyn Lam Susan Landis Anna Le Anna Le Maggie Le Johnny Lee Tammy Lee Sylvia K. Leong Leung Tsai Family Fund Caren K. Lock Caren Lock and Michael Bahar Family Fund of Texas Women’s Foundation Ryan Lock Ying Lu Jane H. Mak Helen Malick Anna Mason Rebecca Massiatte Patricia Mastropierro Shiba Mathur Adrienne McKay Shannon McSpadden Lynne Messina Microsoft MindSphere Technology Paulette Miniter Vineeta Mittal Diana Morales Kathryne Morris Parisa Movahed Brian G. Murphy Yuri Nam National Life Group Neena Newberry Julianne Nguyen Quyen Nguyen Sonthe Nguyen Tina Y. Nishida Patricia A. Nolan Pamela Okada

Roger Omae ORIX Foundation Meyling Ortiz Jennifer M. Owens Irene Panchasarp Tatsumi Paredes Lynette H. Payne PepsiCo Shagorika Perkins Potli Inc. Sapna Punjabi-Gupta Hima Reddy Reyes-Alderson Giving Fund Brenda T. Rhoades Eva Royer Hua Rubin Maria Rutledge Justin Sakamoto Monika Sanford Jennifer Saucedo Hardeep Sehgal Linita Shah Shah Deshpande Charitable Fund of UBS Gowri Sharma Meghna B. Sharma Ann Sheu Takashi shiroyama Charu Shori Silk Threads Supajee C. Sirisawat Software Professionals Inc. SPEAC Uma Srivastava Thear Suzuki Pinthary Sy Cathy Tang Charmaine Tang Maureen Tarantello Alana Taylor Teaching Trust Emily Teng Yan Texas Instruments, Inc. The Comenat Family Giving Fund of Fidelity Charitable Donor Advised Fund The Phoenix Tree Fund of Communities Foundation of Texas Girija Thyagarajan Rema Thyagarajan TIAA Jeffrey D. Tom Sau Har Tong Kristina M. Torres Toyota Toyota4Good Lisa Tran Von Truong University of Texas at Arlington Laura Valdez Vasantha Vasan Priya Venkat Anupama Venkitaraman Jessica Weidman Karen Whipple Juhee Williamson Neena Wiora Alice Wong Judy Wong Karen Woo Anne Woods Anne Wu Esther Wu Nathaniel Wu Yatra Inc. Tricia Yen Yip Family Donor Advised Fund of Texas Women’s Foundation Silvia Yoshimizu-Yee Shirley Yu Yum Brands Cynthia Yung


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THE VILLAGE GIVING CIRCLE DONORS

Tammi Abney Cheryl Alston Jennifer Altabef Deborah Alves Terri Anderson AT&T, Inc. April Audain Cheryl Benson Angela Berry Roberson Vicki D. Blanton Jarie Bradley Shonn Brown Deshaun Brown Veree Brown Tara Buckner Candace Campbell Andrea Carter Cherrise Cederqvist Natasha Clark Communities Foundation of Texas Shari Crittendon Sheri Crosby Wheeler Frances Cudjoe-Waters Raquel Davis Roslyn Dawson Thompson Tanya L. Downing Janiece Evans-Page Whitney Fogle Lewis Arlene Ford Fossil Group Gary Gadson Lauren Gardner Lisa Gardner Gwen George Tangee Gibson Sharon Gilmore Kassie Gossom Latasha Grinnell Juanita Harris Kesha Harris Henderson Aliah M. Henry Lisa W. Hicks Lynette D. Huggard Debra Hunter Johnson Huntley Family Fund Vera Ingram Donna James-Harvey Jessica Johnson Rosylin Johnson Jones Day Kimberly-Clark Corporation Dionne Kirby Sharon Lakes Veronica Lewis DeAdrian Maddox Sara Madsen Miller Monica McCray Sonja McGill Leticia McGowan Marlo Melucci Lisa Montgomery Adrienne A. Mosley Kristi Nelson ORIX Foundation Jennifer Parnell Rita Parson Hightower Sonya Pegues PepsiCo Sandra Phillips Rogers Gayle Placide Natalie Plumlee Tracy M. Preston Mandy Price Prudential Monica M. Purdy Diane H. Reeves

Carolyn Riley Sha Roehm Angela M. Ross Renee Sample Christa Sanford Sendero Business Services, L.P. Kristyn Senters Julia A. Simon Carmen Smith Renita Smith Otis Spencer Kezia Stegemoeller Amy M. Stewart Neisha Strambler-Butler Texas Instruments Foundation Gail Warrior Suchy Annette J. Watkins Candace Weber Wendy Wilkerson DeJuan Williams Rhonda Williams Shawn L. Wills Pamela Wills-Ward Pamela Zeigler-Petty

WOMEN’S LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE PARTICIPANTS

7-Eleven, Inc. American Airlines, Inc. AMN Healthcare AT&T, Inc. Axxess Bank of America Barings Multifamily Capital LLC Boeing Global Services Caliber Home Loans Capital One Celanese Corporation Chevron Philips Chemical Company Children’s Health Dallas Mavericks Ernst & Young LLP FC Dallas Soccer, LLC Fossil Group Frito-Lay North America Freeman Haynes and Boone, LLP Hilltop Holdings Inc. Hunt Consolidated Jackson Walker L.L.P. Jacobs Jones Day Lennox Internationsl Maric Healthcare Mercedes-Benz Financial Services Nighthawk Oliver Wyman Oncor Electric Delivery Pinnacle Group Regions Bank Reunion Tower Southwest Airlines Texas Instruments, Inc. Toyota

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Risper Abraham Rhonda Aghamalian Laura Aikens Laila Alequresh Bonner B. Allen Erica H. Anderson Crystal L. Assad Lynette W. Austin Jessica Ayodele Jenna Babbitt Deidre D. Bacala Diana Bacon Tamara Baggett Donna D. Baker Madhuri Bandla

Krissy Barker Marsha Beasley Denise Bellucci Phyllis F. Bernstein Vicki D. Blanton Julie M. Bleicher Lauren H. Blitzer Olia Bosovik Brenda F. Brand Tyra Bremer Kanitra Brooks Anne Brooksher-Yen Akilah Brown Annette Brown La Sharron Brown Natalia Brownfield Leticia Bruckner Veleisa P. Burrell Audra Cabral Esther Calloway Erreka Campbell Miranda Carter Stacey Cellier Nadia Chandler Hardy Sharon Clark Azley Cobb Calvin J. Colbert Cecilia Colbert Michelle R. Corbitt Barbara T. Crabtree Maxine Crater Travene Crawford Andrea Crum Carol A. Curley Elise Daniel Alexandra K. Daniels Bernadette Davis Rondi H. Davis Suzanne Davis KorriAngelic Dawson Roslyn Dawson Thompson Juanita DeLoach Dena DeNooyer Stroh Kara DeVita Deborah B. Diercks Kiersten Diercks Alicia Dietsch Desiree Dillon Madison Duncan Samantha Dwinell Frances J Eichorst Kim Elenez Sarah Elliott Ellen Farrell Michele Feyen Jennifer Fitzmaurice Marion T. Flores Sharon M. Fountain Amanda Freitag Joyce A. Funk Julianne Galloway Catalina E. Garcia Lacey George Cynthia A. Gonzalez Bonnie Gover Elizabeth Graham Jen V. Grant Suzanne F. Greenman Belinda M. Griffin Jacqueline Grote Vonni Guthrie Rosalyn Hall Leslie Halleck Amy O. Hampton Christina K. Hanger Soracha Hardin Helen L. Harkness Ashley Harris Linda W. Hart Rosanne P. Hart Mary Hatcher Cheryl Y. Haynes Elizabeth Healy

Marcy C. Helfand Joseph Hendrix Susan Hensarling Nahkunst Cameron D. Hernholm Shani Hilliard Lura Hobbs Adriana L. Holguin Dawn Hooper Marissa E. Horne Angela Hough Helen L. Hunt Sharron L. Hunt Alexa Ibarguen Demeshia Jackson Dena L. Jackson Melissa L. James Donna James-Harvey Maria -Cristina Jaramillo Catherine Jaynes Fidelia M. Johnson Jessica Johnson Monica Y. Johnson Christin J. Jones Susan C. Jones Bonnie A. Karamalegos Nancy Kasten Meghan Kelley Wehner Fanchion Kenady Ellen L. Key Tracey Kimbrell Jennifer Kirksey Andrea Kirsten-Coleman Robben Kniffen-Rusu Autumn Kraus Lisa Kroencke Lisa Kupfer Rachel Kutz Anne LaBree Sharon Lahr Naima Laird Nancy Latner Tabitha Lee Tricia Linderman Ashley Lindsay Susan B. Long Whitney MacDonald DeAdrian Maddox Emily Maduro Elizabeth Martin Meagan Martin Megan Martin Cindy Masters Madison Maxwell Paulena McAnderson-Weathers Cheryl McCarver Lynn B. McIntire Laurie McKendall Charlotte McKenzie Gwendolyn J. McKinney Diane S. McNulty Susan Mead Yesenia Mendez Tracy Merzi Wendy Messmann Leticia Minkoff Edna Mitchell Manali Mohanty Tina Morgan Terah Moxley Celeste Moya Aracely P. Muñoz Tracey Nash-Huntley Kate G. Newman Laura S. Nieto Ava Norris Cecilia S. Norwood Deb K. Outlaw Jennifer M. Owens Vanessa Pacheco Stephanie L. Parker Sneha Patel Shawanna Phillips Sandra Phillips Rogers

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Karen Pollock Melissa Pon Sally Pretorius Lindsey Pryor Tegwin Pulley Lauren Quam Natalie Quinn Hannah Rabalais Julie Ramirez Shawn Ramsey Courtney Ranger Bridgette Reed Karyn A. Reese Anna Kay Rice Jennifer B. Rogers Pat Rosenthal Edna Z. Ruano Carole Rylander Kiley Sammons Christa Sanford Dianne C. Saslaw Rachael M. Schmid Lauren Scopaz Terilyn R. Scott-Winful Kristyn Senters Emily Soelberg Casey Sublett Shannon Summers Rebecca R. Sykes Whitney A. Taylor Alysa Teichman Sara Terry Sue T. Thiers Hesseltine Linda M. Todd Veronica Torres Hazley Elizabeth Truppa Cynthia S. Tucker Elaine Tucker Shelley S. Turner Rachel Ullrich Elizabeth Veazey Jody W. Venturoni Roberta Villaverde Rachel Vinson Nancy Vish Tammy Walls Annette J. Watkins Barbara L. Watkins Katrina Watland Kay Weatherford Elizabeth Weathersby Laura Weigler Maeghan Whitehead Donna M. Wilhelm Linda Wilkins Kasani Williams Kendra D. Williams Rhonda Williams Diane Williams Roberts DaWana Williamson Shawn L. Wills Takiyah R. Wilson Tresa Wilson Terri Wohlever Victoria Yakunin Rachel C. Ybarra Rachel Zadnik Pamela Zeigler-Petty

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TEXAS WOMEN’S FOUNDATION

Legacy Luncheon On January 29, Texas Women’s Foundation gathered 100 of our donors and friends to honor the legacy of their longtime support of women and girls. They were invited to hear about the current steps we are taking to expand our impact, and how their continued support is driving our mission to create positive change for women and girls through research, advocacy, programming and grantmaking. There are many ways to create a lasting legacy at Texas Women’s Foundation; including testamentary gifts, named endowments and donor advised funds. To find out how you can be part of our legacy of philanthropy, contact Jessica Weidman at jweidman@txwf.org or 214-525-5315.

DIANA DUT TON, SHARON FOUNTAIN

PHYLLIS BERNSTEIN, GEORG I E L AY, S HO N N B R OW N, MARY JANE ANDERSON

PAT SABIN, BARBARA LORD WATKINS

CECILIA AND TIM NORWOOD

C A RE N L O C K , T HE A R S UZ U KI, TREA YIP, BONNIE CLINTON

Texas Women’s Foundation Celebrates Its Staff After 20+ years of taking college courses while

Our Associate Vice President – Development,

raising four children and caring for family, Shonda

Ashley Lindsay, has demonstrated her

Barnett, Texas Women’s Foundation’s Senior

professional achievement and commitment to the

Manager – Grants, has graduated from UNT Dallas

fundraising profession by becoming a Certified

with a Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences in

Fund Raising Executive (CFRE).

Sociology. Dena Jackson has been named Board Co-chair of

Congratulations to our Coordinator – Grants

Asset Funders Network, an organization that engages

& Programs, Roselle Tenorio, and Accounting

philanthropy to advance economic opportunity and

Director, Sovahna Brown, for being in the 8th class

prosperity for low and moderate income

of the Mayor’s Star Council. In this program, they

people. Asset Funders Network brings together

will learn how to use their leadership to impact our

grantmakers and stakeholders from across the

city through civic engagement and service.

spectrum, providing insights and connections to help its members serve individuals, families and communities effectively.


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POLICY & ADVOCACY:

Texas Women’s Foundation Supports State and Local Advocacy Advocacy continues to be a key strategy and focus for Texas Women’s

Texas Women’s Foundation is also focused on increasing gender diversity in

Foundation, both in local communities and at the state level, where innovation

elected and appointed offices, which led to our support of TOPS Education

and investment can lead to positive economic and social change, and achieve

Fund and their Dallas Boards and Commissions Leadership Institute (BCLI).

equity for women and girls in Texas. Our goals are clear: impact policies

BCLI supports both issue organizing efforts and bringing about a more

around women’s economic security; increase the number of voices speaking

representative democracy through intentionally growing a cadre of women

out on behalf of women and girls; and provide high-quality, actionable

of color (particularly low-income women) who are equipped to serve on

information to elected officials as they pursue their duties for Texas.

boards or commissions. Last, but not least, 2020 is a Census year, and Texas will have to work hard to avoid a costly undercount. With that in mind, we

Over the last year, the Foundation has provided support to numerous

are both participating in and supporting the Texas Counts Pooled Fund to

community partners for their advocacy work. These partners in turn provide

help increase the response to the 2020 Census in high need and hard-to-

much needed guidance to the Foundation that we share with you, our

count areas.

supporters, so that we can all be more effective advocates and citizens. For example, we partner with Dallas Early Education Alliance and Early Matters Dallas, which are leaders in early childhood advocacy for working families across Texas. Another of our community partners, Alliance for Justice, provides guidance, training and coaching to build the advocacy capacity of North Texas nonprofits. Our partner Texas Appleseed was awarded a grant from the Foundation and Texans about solutions to eliminate harmful policies and practices in Texas’ financial system, particularly focused on predatory lending. The Foundation supports The Texas Tribune for investigative reporting,

Texas Women’s Foundation’s advocacy is not just a staff effort, but involves

multimedia projects, data analysis and visualizations on statewide issues, such

all of you—our supporters who are our Army of Advocates. Thank you for

as pre-k education, sex trafficking, foster care, the plight of the uninsured, and

continuing to engage with us and your elected officials, and using and

mental health and the impact of these issues at the big city level. Long-time

taking action through the monthly updates. Wait a minute! You don’t get the

community partner, TexProtects, is introducing the Family Connects model

updates? Sign up to join our Army of Advocates here:

to Dallas, with the goal of expanding a universal system to assess, screen, and

www.txwf.org/get-involved/#advocacy

refer families to support services and increase access to high-quality home

and be ready to take action for women and girls as we continue to drive

visiting programs for pregnant women and families with infants and toddlers.

social change on issues you care about for the benefit of all Texans.


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Viewpoints: Economic Issues for Women in Texas, 2020 DON’T MISS OUT!

For more information visit:

www.txwf.org/get-involved/#events

or contact:

events@txwf.org

JUNE 9, 2020, 9:00 – 10:30 AM | FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF DALLAS JUNE

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Texas Women’s Foundation will present our latest research on the economic issues impacting the lives of women and their families across Texas. Join us to hear this groundbreaking research and learn how we can individually and collectively make change through policy, collective action, advocacy, and philanthropy to build stronger and more equitable communities for all Texans. Secure your spot to attend one of our presentations here: txwf.co/ecoissues2020

Leadership Celebration & Awards Reception presented by AT&T SEP

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SEPTEMBER 28, 2020, 5:00 – 7:00 PM | HILTON ANATOLE HOTEL Join us in elevating and celebrating the voices of women leaders at a cocktail reception, followed by the presentation of the Maura Women Helping Women and Young Leader Awards to community trailblazers. More information here: www.txwf.org/events/leadership-forum-awards-dinner/

35th Annual Luncheon

SEPTEMBER 29, 2020, 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM | HILTON ANATOLE HOTEL SEP

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The Annual Luncheon is our signature fundraising event that gathers more than 1,500 of our community’s most influential business and philanthropic leaders, decision makers and individuals – and raises more than $1.5 million annually to advance women, girls and their families. Save the date and plan to join us to share and experience the inspiring, informative and transformational presentations by our nationally renowned guest speakers.

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Winter 2020 Newsletter  

Winter 2020 Newsletter