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Ann lived in Hawaii for much of her life before moving to Dallas in After a year career as a sales and marketing executive in cosmetics, she returned to UTDallas to earn a graduate degree in Southwest Literature as well as a ESOL teaching certificate. In , Ann and her husband, Mark moved to Santa Fe. Ann became involved in a variety of nonprofits; sitting on the board of the Cancer Foundation for New Mexico, the Museum Foundation of New Mexico and as secretary on the Santa Fe Botanical Garden, contributing in fund-raising and event planning.
Two boxers and a Boston Terrier puppy, hiking, artistic endeavors and a far-flung family keep her busy otherwise. Dona Bolding grew up playing outside in Texas, the third of four sisters. Every summer beginning in , the family traveled to Ghost Ranch in Abiquiu, New Mexico, and from to , Dona led summertime hiking and backpacking seminars for kids and adults there.
Now that their children are grown and scattered across the country, Dona and Roger have settled permanently in New Mexico and are proud to support Girls Inc. It gives me hope for the future. She began her career as a technical writer for the U. Bureau of Reclamation and worked as a forestry technician for the U. Forest Service. Connie went on to become Office Administrator for Bracewell L. She holds a B. Polly White has lived in Santa Fe since and believes strongly in supporting girls and young women. She has currently owns Santa Fe Business Resources helping local small businesses, and co-owns greatamericaneclipse.
She spends leisure time outdoors with family, friends and dogs. Sascha was born and raised in Norman, Oklahoma and is a proud Chahta ohoyo. Sascha moved to Santa Fe in , where she now resides with her husband, Michael, and three spirited girls — all strong, smart, and bold. Frania is a first-generation child of immigrants and believes immigrants make us stronger and better. As the first woman in her family to graduate from college and then go on to earn advanced degrees, she believes there is no limit to what girls can achieve. With the right amount of support and mentorship, their potential is limitless.
She is a partner and owner with Thornburg Investment Management and is active in the arts community. My education as a young girl in the Deep South, is an awakening one to look back upon to say the least. A feminist is simply anyone who believes in equality regardless of gender.
The difference that all of the meaningful programs make in the lives of so many girls in Santa Fe is remarkable. She comes from a long line of ground breaking women; her grandmother Geraldine Collins graduated from college and was active in Planned Parenthood. She is a proud alumna of the cohort of the New Mexico Women of Color Nonprofit Leadership Initiative and her passions include providing mentorship and opportunity for young women of color through connection and the creation of beloved community.
Adrienne also serves as the Director for Community Engagement for Resilient New Mexico: Behavioral Health for Families and as a virtual event consultant for cultural institutions in and around Santa Fe. Adrienne holds a B. To me, there is no better place to begin that work than to support our emerging leaders, the participants at Girls Inc. She enjoys baking delectable desserts, traveling, singing, dancing, crafting, reading and spending time exploring New Mexico with her partner Elias and their Corgi Watson, and two cats Cosmo and Luna.
Diane served for 10 years as co-founder and CEO of the Iowa based nonprofit Women Lead Change, an organization dedicated to developing, advancing and promoting women and organizations to impact the economy and future workforce. Diane found her true passion in helping develop women and girl leaders. She served on the board of the Millicent Rogers Museum in Taos. In addition to her work with Girls Inc. When she is not working and traveling around our beautiful state, her hobbies include team roping, camping, hunting, and spending time with her family.
Reba would like to inspire girls to be joyful, healthy and confident, and help them to realize and value their own personal strengths. Our Board of Directors. Polly White , Treasurer Polly White has lived in Santa Fe since and believes strongly in supporting girls and young women.Women in Santa Fe ms
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