Good news and not-so-good news resulted from last Friday’s Pot of Gold luncheon benefiting Rainbow Days. First the good news. According to Director of Development Aimee Griffiths, “the luncheon broke all prior attendance and revenue records!”
Now the not-so-good news. It was also Aimee’s last day at Rainbow Days. Monday she started worked as COO for Café Momentum. Makes sense. After all Aimee brings her background as Junior League of Dallas president, working in the non-profit sector and having run GattiTown with her husband. Aimee explained, “My past experiences are coming together in a way I never expected! I am so excited and can’t wait to work with Chef Chad Houser as he grows this amazing concept. He has lots of support from Crystal Charity, United Way, Communities Foundation.”
Another newbie at Café Momentum is former Bush Center senior director of corporation and foundation relations Margaret Reid Windham, who is coming on board as chief development officer. There’s been a lot of changes in Margaret’s life of late. In addition to having a new job, she married Chad Windham this past February 13.
There’s a feeling afoot that Café Momentum is in for “some big things in the coming year!”