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Jaime Cabrera is passionate about promoting education, programs and services, and public policy that empower individuals facing adversity. Jaime is a caring and compassionate leader that demonstrates an outstanding ability to think strategically and collaborate across sectors to positively impact the lives of those living in under-resourced communities.

Jaime serves as the Senior Director of Development for Girls Inc. of Metropolitan Dallas, one of the largest affiliates in a network of 80 across North America inspiring all girls to be strong, smart, and bold. Girls Inc. provides a combination of long-lasting mentoring relationships, a pro-girl environment and research-based programming equips girls to lead fulfilling and productive lives, break the cycle of poverty, and become role models in their community. In her role, Jaime provides strategic direction and support for all fund development efforts. She is responsible for the development and implementation of a fundraising plan to support the organization’s growth goal to serve 25,000 girls in the Dallas area by 2030.

Prior to joining the Girls Inc. team, Jaime served as the Executive Director of a statewide nonprofit leading efforts to make care safer and more equitable for women and infants. She led the organization to significant growth in revenue, staff, and programs. Jaime has served in nonprofit and healthcare systems executive leadership roles with a focus on strategic planning, business development, resource management, operations, and finance. Jaime has worked for a variety of nationally recognized organizations where she has been invited to represent this work on multiple state and national platforms.

Jaime earned her Master of Public Health in Management and Policy from UCLA and her undergraduate degree from the University of Pittsburgh. Jaime is an active philanthropist, volunteer, and advocate for women and girls. She currently serves as a Board Member and Board Treasurer for 2020 Mom, a national organization working to improve maternal mental health, and enjoys mentoring her Big Brothers Big Sisters “little sister” of 11 years, Mary. Jaime and her husband Stelios live in North Texas with their two rescue dogs.