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D CEO Awards Programs

Winners Revealed: D CEO’s Nonprofit and Corporate Citizenship Awards

D CEO and Communities Foundation of Texas honored DFW nonprofits and the companies that support them at The Factory in Deep Ellum.
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Personnel Moves

Valor Hires New COO

Plus, Bradley welcomes another new partner; Texas Women's Foundation announces new board members; and more.
By Suzanne Crow
Heritage Giving Fund at Moore Philanthropy
Business

Froswa Booker-Drew and the Power of the HERitage Giving Circle

The nonprofit executive leads a group that supports underfunded organizations led by Black women.
By D CEO
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Philanthropy & Nonprofits

The Orchid Giving Circle Empowers Asian Philanthropists and Nonprofits in North Texas

Traditionally, Asian Americans have been underrepresented as funders and grant recipients.
By Jencie Tomasek
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Personnel Moves

Texas Women’s Foundation Announces New CEO

Plus, Texas Capital Bank hires new CAO; Whitley Penn leader joins Dallas Regional Chamber; and more.

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Gatik Autonomous Trucks
Business Briefs

Autonomous Trucking Firm Gatik Raises $85 Million, Expands Operations in AllianceTexas

Plus: Texas Women’s Foundation invests $12.9 million, Dallas’ AcctTwo firm joins Baker Tilly, and more.  
By Preston Rios
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Philanthropy & Nonprofits

A New Era of Corporate Citizenship

Writing a check is no longer enough when it comes to the role North Texas businesses play in supporting nonprofits. (Plus, winners revealed.)
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Women's Leadership

Working Moms: The Great Balancing Act

Mothers are constantly juggling career and parenting responsibilities, and the pandemic made it even worse. Companies that want to hang on to talent can help.
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Nonprofit & Corporate Citizenship Awards

Finalists Announced: D CEO’s Nonprofit and Corporate Citizenship Awards 2021

In a year that called for extraordinary service, these organizations and leaders stood out.
By Mariah Terry
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Nonprofits

Texas Women’s Foundation’s Roslyn Dawson Thompson to Step Down

After 10 years at the helm, she plans to retire as CEO later this year, once her replacement is named.