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Meet the Dallas 500: Nonprofits and Government

A close-up look at leaders in local civic organizations, economic development, philanthropy, and startups.
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Kourtny Garrett of Downtown Dallas Inc. starts every day with “Urdhva Dhanurasana (a yoga pose) and a mantra.” Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings says his favorite food is “a cheeseburger at Adair’s.” And a “fun fact” about Terry Flowers of St. Philip’s School and Community Center is that he “carried the 1996 Olympic torch.”

For the second straight year, the editors of D CEO Magazine have identified the 500 most influential business executives in Dallas-Fort Worth in a special, standalone publication called the Dallas 500. For easy reference, all 500 executives have been listed alphabetically in more than 60 different categories.

D CEO has been putting all 500 profiles online, and this week’s selection—the last installment in our online series—includes Nonprofit and Government leaders like Garrett, Rawlings, and Flowers. To read fascinating facts about everyone in this grouping, please click on their photos here. If you would like to view the full list of names and companies for the Dallas 500, please click here.

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