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Girls Inc. of Metropolitan Dallas Appoints New Board Members

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DALLAS – July  2018 – Girls Inc. of Metropolitan Dallas, an organization delivering life-changing programs and experiences that equip girls to overcome socio-economic barriers, announces the appointment of new board members for its 2019-2020 fiscal year. Joining current board members are four new members:
Raja Doddala, Managing Director/Head of Digital, Institutional Financial Services at TIAA
Gretchen Ganc, EVP of Strategy & Analytics at The Container Store
Neeti Khaitan Gupta, Advisor at AGC Networks
Michelle Peak, Director & Senior Attorney, American Airlines, Inc.

“We are grateful for these outstanding individuals’ commitment to helping girls achieve their potential,” said Beth Myers, CEO of Girls Inc. of Metropolitan Dallas. “Through their leadership and diverse skill sets, we are furthering our mission to help girls become strong, smart and bold.”

These new board members join a number of current board members renewing for a second term:
Birgit Anderson-Moreno, Global Director, Marketing and Communications, Oliver Wyman
Carol Carr, Principal Management Consulting
Melissa Goodman, Partner, Haynes and Boone, LLP
Laura McLaughlin, Vice President, External Manufacturing, Texas Instruments
Yvette Ostolaza, Managing Partner and Co-Leader of the Complex Commercial Litigation Practice, Sidley Austin LLP
Tyson Taylor, Sr. Director, Talent & Total Rewards, Pioneer Natural Resources
Stephanie Zapata-Moore, Vice President & General Counsel, Luminant

In addition, Girls Inc. Dallas board members renewing for a third term include:
Bronwyn Allen, President, High Profile Staffing
Julie Bleicher, Community Volunteer
Erin George, Partner & Managing Director, Boston Consulting Group
Terry Hosey, Partner, Ernst & Young LLP
Ashley Scheer, Partner, Jackson Walker LLP

For more information on how to become involved with Girls Inc Dallas, please call (214) 654-4530 or visit girlsincdallas.org.

About Girls Inc. of Metropolitan Dallas
Established in 1968, Girls Inc. of Metropolitan Dallas helps lift girls out of poverty through educational and life experiences that focuses on empowering the whole girl. Through transformational after-school, summer, and partner-based programming, Girls Inc. promotes economic mobility and empowers girls creating a multi-generational impact. For more information on how to get involved, visit girlsincdallas.org and follow on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn.