4/14/16 San Antonio | New Age Philanthropy
San Antonio, TX
What is on the horizon for philanthropy and non-profit board governance 2016 in San Antonio? From impact giving, The Giving Pledge, and politicized giving in light of the election, to donor advised funds, increased accountability and foundations tackling one hot issue after another, there is no shortage of shifting challenges for non-profit organizations and exceptional board oversight. Join our esteemed panel of non-profit leaders as they discuss the driving forces behind philanthropic success and good governance in 2016.
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Key Takeaway Document 4/14/16
Location and Time
420 W Market Street
San Antonio, TX 78205
7:00am Check-in and Networking Breakfast
7:30am Roundtable Discussions
7:45am Panel Discussion and Audience Q&A
9:15am Closing and final networking
Kathy MacNaughtonExecutive Director, Masters Leadership Program
Director, San Antonio Youth Literacy (SAYL), United Way of San Antonio and Bexar County
Kathy MacNaughton believes building strong relationships between nonprofit organizations and the community is the key to making our city a better place to live, grow, learn and thrive.
Since starting her fundraising career in 1988, Kathy has helped organizations build donor-centered development practices. Now, 25 years later, you could say her career has come full circle. Kathy began as the Director of Development and Volunteers for a locally-based school, then established KMAC & Associates in 1997 to manage fundraising events for a variety of nonprofit organizations. In 2005, Kathy shifted her focus to help her nonprofit clients design relationship-building activities that strengthen sustained engagement with the community. As the President and CEO of KMAC & Associates, and a Certified Fundraising Executive (CFRE), Kathy provided guidance to the leaders of philanthropic organizations while coaching the business community on making their charitable giving really count. Now, As Executive Director of the Masters Leadership Program, Kathy is able to leverage that experience by matching nonprofit agencies with people who are eager to give back to the community through board leadership.
"As a graduate of MLP, I am passionate about equipping our community leaders with the skills and information they need to provide the strongest leadership possible to nonprofit boards," MacNaughton said. "It is truly rewarding to work with people who are dedicated to serving the community with their time, energy, resources and real-world expertise." In keeping with Kathy's belief in giving back, she is committed to our community on a personal level, serving currently on the boards of trustees for San Antonio Youth Literacy (SAYL) and the United Way of San Antonio and Bexar County. Kathy started four years ago as a SAYL Reading Buddy with second graders at Herff Elementary and considers this one hour per week commitment a rewarding and solid investment in tomorrow’s leaders!
MacNaughton's responsibilities include serving as a focal point for the MLP program and as a catalyst for board and committee governance, fundraising and community relations.
Bill Moll ModeratorChief Executive Officer, MollComm Director, CST Brands, The University of the Incarnate Word (emeritus), Masters Leadership Program (emeritus), United Way of San Antonio, KIPP Public Charter Schools of San Antonio, Texas Biomedical Foundation, San Antonio Medical Foundation, KLRN Endowment Board and The Tobin Center for the Performing Arts
William Moll is a knowledgeable and experienced professional broadcast executive, retiring in 2012 as President & CEO of KLRN Public Television in San Antonio. He was part of the team that founded the television station in 1962, speaking the first words on the air. He spent some 15 years at Clear Channel Communications, retiring in 2009 as CEO of the 54-station Television Division, having spent more than 40 years operating commercial broadcasting groups and prominent television stations during his career.
Bill is currently a member of the board of directors of CST Holdings (NYSE), formerly operated by Valero Energy as Corner Stores. He is active in the TriCities chapter of the NACD (National Association of Corporate Directors).
His wide-ranging experience includes positions as President of WNBC-TV in New York; Chairman and President of the Television Bureau of Advertising (TVB) in New York; Chairman & CEO of Clear Channel Television in San Antonio; President of WKRC-TV, in Cincinnati; Chairman and President of Harte-Hanks Broadcasting in San Antonio; President of KENS-TV, San Antonio. He served as a member of the board of directors of New Vision Television until it was sold in 2012.
As a volunteer he is Past Chairman of the USO World Board of Governors, and was a founding Trustee of the USO Foundation. He is a Trustee of numerous San Antonio boards, including The University of the Incarnate Word (emeritus), Masters Leadership Program (emeritus), United Way of San Antonio, KIPP Public Charter Schools of San Antonio, Texas Biomedical Foundation, San Antonio Medical Foundation, KLRN Endowment Board and The Tobin Center for the Performing Arts.
Among many honors received, he has earned Silver Medals from both the Cincinnati and San Antonio Ad Clubs; and he was recognized by the Texas Association of Broadcasters for ‘lifetime achievement’ as the Pioneer Broadcaster of the Year. In November, 2015, he will receive the “Golden Emmy” Award from the Lone Star Chapter of the American Academy of Television Arts and Sciences - the Texas “Emmy” for lifetime achievement in television.
He holds a Masters degree from the University of Texas at Austin and a Bachelors degree English and Education from Southeast Missouri University in Cape Girardeau, MO.
Married for more than 50 years to Marilyn Moll, they have 2 sons, 2 daughters-in-law and 3 grandchildren.
Lyndon HerridgePresident and Chief Executive Officer, United Way of San Antonio and Bexar County
Lyndon Herridge joined United Way of San Antonio and Bexar County in January 1992 as Vice President and Chief Financial Officer. He has held the roles of Senior Vice President and Executive Vice President/Chief Operating Officer. Lyndon was named President and CEO in 2012.
From 1980 to 1991, Lyndon served as Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer for Belton Kleberg Johnson Interests, a private investment company involved with Rockefeller Group, Inc., oil and gas, commercial real estate, banking, manufacturing and agriculture. Prior to that, Lyndon was with Tesoro Petroleum Corporation for five years and a regional CPA firm.
A Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE) since 1997, Lyndon has continued his professional development by completing executive leadership courses at Harvard Business School, The University of Michigan and the Center for Creative Leadership.
Lyndon is a CPA and received a B.B.A. in Accounting from Howard Payne University. He and his wife, Merle, have two married sons and three grandchildren.
Susan Steves ThompsonVice President, Grants and Program Services, San Antonio Area Foundation
Susan serves as Vice President of Grants, Programs and Services (GPS) at the San Antonio Area Foundation. Her team focuses on strengthening nonprofits by providing grants and scholarships in multiple competitive processes, offering a variety of training, capacity-building and leadership development opportunities for nonprofit staff, Board and volunteers, and designing customized initiatives in areas which are strategic priorities for the Foundation.
Susan has over 25 years of professional experience in the nonprofit world, serving in the business, social services and healthcare sectors. Her management responsibilities at organizations such as the Greater Houston Partnership and Special Olympics Texas give her first-hand insight into the programmatic and development challenges all nonprofits face. Additionally, she has consulted for organizations such as M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, the Education Management Corporation and the Fund for Childcare Excellence, with a focus on strategic planning, and Board and infrastructure development. Most recently, Susan was responsible for developing the strategy and processes of the Valley Baptist Legacy Foundation, a newly formed health conversion foundation in the lower Rio Grande Valley. She also brings significant marketing experience to the table from her time spent at Coca Cola Foods and Compaq Computer Corporation.
Susan graduated Phi Beta Kappa from the University of Texas at Austin with a degree in Psychology and English and received her Masters in Business Administration from Rice University with Highest Honors, earning the Jones Scholar Award.