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CNM Funders Forum
November 16 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
The CNM Funders Forum is your opportunity to interact with leaders of prominent local organizations and learn what they look for when funding nonprofits! Representing the Wells Fargo Foundation, The Hoglund Foundation, and Texas Health Resources, our highly qualified and experienced panel will share their funding priorities and processes, as well as exclusive insights to help with your grant applications.
Don’t miss your chance to network with experts, hear insider discussions, and learn about current social priorities!
Energy Square One
4925 Greenville Avenue, Suite 106
Dallas, TX 75206
Cost: $75 Members / $125 Non-members
Please Note: Registration closes at 12:00 P.M. on the day prior to the forum. Registrations are subject to approval.
ABOUT THE PANELISTS
Tauane Araujo Cruz, Director, Community Health Improvement for Dallas and Kaufman Counties
Texas Health Resources
As Director of Community Health Improvement for Dallas and Kaufman Counties at Texas Health Resources, Tauane Araújo Cruz designs strategic efforts for the region, including overseeing grantmaking activities and staff. She has 17 years of experience in program management and has worked with national and international nonprofits to improve health services for underserved communities.
Kristy Robinson, Program and Grant Director
The Hoglund Foundation
Kristy Robinson has overseen and managed all aspects of grantmaking for The Hoglund Foundation since 2005. She is deeply involved with several nonprofits in Dallas, and has a heart for at risk children and families.
Alexis Snow, Vice President, Philanthropy and Community Impact, Dallas/Fort Worth Region
Wells Fargo Foundation
Alexis Snow is passionate about the collective commitment to social change that is embedded in the North Texas community and her career journey has been dedicated to contributing to that progress.
Her professional experience spans from improving education outcomes, developing strategies to recruit and retain educators of color, creating pathways for first generation college students, to implementing capacity building programs for social impact organizations to help them scale their operations. In 2022 Alexis moved into Corporate Philanthropy at the Wells Fargo Foundation where she is the Vice President, Philanthropy and Community Impact and hopes to continue be a servant leader and drive positive outcomes in the community.