Women of Tocqueville | United Way of Metropolitan Dallas

Women of Tocqueville Society

The mighty, mighty Women of Tocqueville are a passionate and influential network of corporate and community leaders who come together to support the work of United Way of Metropolitan Dallas. Our goal is to leverage the collective power and leadership of women to further United Way’s mission of creating opportunity for all North Texans to thrive.

This dynamic, inclusive group of women donors drives measurable change in the areas of education, impact, and health—the building blocks of opportunity. Members volunteer as youth mentors, meet with Texas legislators about improving childcare standards, travel to Washington, D.C. to advocate on Capitol Hill and much more.

2022-2023 Steering Committee

Mandy Austin – Chair, Dallas Market President, Bank of Texas

Michelle Horton – Chair-Elect, Principal, PwC

  • Stephanie Bird – Community Volunteer, AT&T (Retired)
  • Dee Brown – Vice President of Transformation, NDC, Inc.
  • Joan Cetera – Vice President, Communications, PepsiCo Foods North America
  • Kristy Faus – Community Volunteer
  • Inia Franklin – Sr. Dealer Lending Analyst, Toyota Financial Services Corporation
  • Mary Henderson – Chief Accounting Officer & Corporate Executive Officer, Arcosa Inc.
  • Melissa Keeling – Senior Vice President, DFW Commercial Banking Market Manager, Bank of Texas
  • Hayley Krahl – Vice President, Corporate Banking, Bank of Texas
  • Heather Lisle – Heather Lisle Co.
  • Carol March – Community Volunteer
  • Debbie McComas – Partner, Haynes and Boone, LLP
  • Manju Menon – CEO & President, Eutopya Corporation; TI (Retired)
  • Kate Newman – Community Volunteer, Texas Instruments (Retired)
  • Katie Rose – National Account Manager, ARGUS Software, Altus Group
  • Liz Ryan – Partner, Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP
  • Rachel Simon – Vice President, Privacy, AT&T
  • Deb SoRelle – KPMG LLP
  • Karen Tavana – Director, WW Receivables & Credit and Channel Accounting, Texas Instruments
  • Michelle Thomas – Assistant Vice President, Chief Compliance Office, AT&T
  • Linda Yohe – Community Volunteer, AT&T (Retired)

Women of Tocqueville Fund
for Women and Children

In 2017, the Women of Tocqueville launched an endowment fund at the United Way Foundation of Metropolitan Dallas to provide targeted financial and skill-based investments in the areas of education, income and health for North Texas women and children. To date, the Fund for Women and Children has invested in two impactful ventures:

LiftFund Women’s Business Center: With a $50,000 investment from the Women of Tocqueville Fund for Women and Children, and a $50,000 match from Comerica Bank, LiftFund will provide microloans to female entrepreneurs in the city’s southern sector so they can successfully grow their small businesses.

The United Way Social Innovation Incubator: With a $75,000 investment from the Women of Tocqueville Fund, this innovative program supports early-stage social ventures led and staffed by women and people of color who are working to implement new solutions in the areas of education, income, and health.
Volunteer opportunities are available for all Women of Tocqueville members within these investments.

Mission – To provide targeted financial and skill-based investments in the areas of education, income and health for North Texas women and children.

Vision – An equitable economic environment in which all women and children can achieve financial security.

If you would like to join the group leading change through building this endowment fund, please click here to learn more and make a gift.

The Women of Tocqueville Fund for Women and Children will provide an annual distribution to United Way of Metropolitan Dallas for programs that focus on such areas as:

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Educating mothers on the importance of early learning

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Encouraging children to explore careers in STEM

3

Providing children opportunities to learn and grow after school and in the summer months

4

Protecting women and children from violence

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Ensuring women have access to necessary and preventive health care services

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Empowering women with the job skills they need to support their families

Contributors

Tanya and Shane Allen
Susie and Steve Anderson
Mandy and Kyle Austin
Ellen and Alan Barker
Stephanie and Rosheon Bird
Lisa J. Bottle
Millie and Allan Bradley
Mandy and Jonathan Bradley
Robin Bray and David Kis
Dee M. Brown
Meghan Irwin Cohn
Mary McDermott Cook
Laura and Jason Downing
The Eulich Family Foundation
Kristy and Raymond Faus
Deborah and Robb Gibbins
Carol and Don Glendenning
Cecily and Scott Gooch
Jessica and Bart Hamlin

Mary and David Henderson
Michelle and Matt Horton
Mary Jalonick
Scarlet Landry
Nancy and Steve LaVerde
Roberta Luxbacher and Steve Alaniz
Cynthia Malone
Carol and Kevin March
Cassandra and Bill McKinney
Maribess and Jerry Miller
Natalia and Jason Mundo
Gail McDonald and Jeffrey Murphy
Neena Newberry
Cindy and Pat Ohlenforst
Pamela Osborne
Carrie and Steven Parsons
The Riddell Family
Katie and Jerome Rose
The Rosewood Foundation

Liz and Christian Ryan
Jennifer and Ed Sampson
Lacy and Clayton Sands
Jan and Mike Sharry
Rachel and Jason Simon
Deb SoRelle and Brian Lindley
Kelly Ann Stafford
Debra and Paul Tagg
Karen Tavana
Debbie and Marshall Taylor
Mary and Rich Templeton
Michelle and Major Thomas
Deborah B. Toney
Julie Van Haren and David Hensel
Debra and Ken von Storch
Margaret and Chad Windham
Rachel Ybarra
Linda Yohe

Women of Tocqueville Fund Advisory Council

Robbi Luxbacher – Chair

Millie Bradley
Kristy Faus
Lynn Fisher
Nancy LaVerde
Carol March

Cassandra McKinney
Neena Newberry
Pamela Osborne
Tyler Riddell
Jerome Rose

Deb SoRelle
Rachel Ybarra
Linda Yohe

2021-2022 Calendar of Events

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