Egads! Summer was supposed to be snooze time, but it’s turning out to be “Announcement Time.” So, over at Connecting Point of Park Cities (CPPC), there’s been a shift of leadership. CPPC Executive Director Jamie Reynolds has just recently completed her masters degree in educational leadership and administration at Dallas Baptist University and decided to “pursue other interests.”
Not to worry about CPPC leadership. It was just announced that Susan “Suzy” Williams is taking over the leadership position after serving as director of development at Holy Trinity Catholic Church.
Having earned her BBA at SMU and her MBA from the University of Dallas, the longtime Park Cities resident has been “very active in the community as a member of Junior League of Dallas, Cattle Baron’s Ball, La Fiesta Guild and Friends of Highland Park Library.”
In addition to holding CFRE (Certified Fund Raising Executive) accreditation, she is a member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals.
According to Suzy, “With over 30 years of working and serving in the Park Cities, I am excited to have the opportunity to raise awareness and funds for adults with disabilities. Our goal is to connect these adults with their community and a variety of opportunities.”
CPPC Board President Christina Murzin agrees, saying, “Suzy’s involvement in our community is invaluable to our fundraising efforts.”
* Photo credit: Jan Osborn