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Kathy MacNaughton, CFRE, Executive Director, Masters Leadership Program of Greater San Antonio
My Path to Board Leadership
Ryan O'Donnell, Board Member, Youth Orchestra of San Antonio
Introduction of Guest Speakers
Lady Ray Romano, Senior Vice President, Community Investments, United Way of San Antonio and Bexar County
Pershama Dailey, Program Officer, Capacity Building, San Antonio Area Foundation
Peggy W. Walker, CAP®, Managing Director, U.S. Trust, Bank of America Private Wealth Management
Brandon A. Logan, President, SRG Athletics
Stephen Dyer, Director of Client Service, Aventine Hill Partners, Former Board Member, LOOP
Peggy W. Walker, CAP ®
U.S. Trust, Bank of America Private Wealth Management
Peggy Walker is a client manager at U.S. Trust, Bank of America Private Wealth Management having joined Bank of America in1979. She works with high net worth individuals and multi generational families, private foundations and not‐for‐profit organizations to help address the various aspects of their financial needs.
Prior to joining U.S. Trust in 1998, Peggy held the position of Global Corporate Affirmative Action Manager and spent more than a decade in senior Human Resources roles within Bank of America Corporation. Early in her career at Bank of America, she spent seven years with the Energy Banking Group.
Peggy currently serves on the Executive Committee & Board of Trustees of The Witte Museum as Past Chair & Capital Campaign Co‐Chair. She is a member of the Executive Committee of United Way of San Antonio Board of Trustees where she chairs the School Family Partnership Education Issues Council. Peggy is also a Board member of Boy Scouts‐Alamo Area Council and the Texas Business Hall of Fame Foundation. She is a member of the Charity Ball Association and the Battle of Flowers Association as well as serving as a member of the American Red Cross Planned Giving Committee. She is member of the San Antonio Planned Giving Council as well as the San Antonio Estate Planners Council. She holds an MBA from Southern Methodist University and a BA from The University of Alabama. Peggy has extensive nonprofit experience and holds the Chartered Advisor in Philanthropy® (CAP®) designation.
The San Antonio Chamber of Commerce 2015 Tribute to Women Business Leaders recognized Peggy with the Hope Award for Volunteerism and she was also named a 2015 Global Volunteer Award Winner by Bank of America Corporation.
Prior Board Chair roles include Sunshine Cottage School for Deaf Children, San Antonio Youth Literacy, the San Antonio Education Partnership and the American Institute of Banking‐San Antonio.
Brandon A. Logan
A millennial and native San Antonian that found inspiration at the nexus of business, community, and mentorship, Brandon A. Logan has carved a niche for himself as an entrepreneur, advocate, and speaker on all things diversity, business, and service. As a progressive public servant, Brandon’s leadership efforts, have been recognized by President Barack H. Obama, United States Marine Corps, Rotary International, Essence Magazine, Upscale Magazine, San Antonio Business Journal, SA2020, National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc., and the San Antonio Magazine.
As President of SRG Athletics, Brandon is responsible for the company’s strategy management, operational production and expansion initiatives. Brandon had a desire to make a greater contribution into the lives of youth, specifically young people of color; so in 2013, he created and co-founded SRG Force Sports, a registered 501(c)3 non-profit established to narrow the opportunity and achievement gap between children in low-income communities and their affluent counterparts through the implementation of high-quality learning based programs that improve their academic & social development by leveraging the sports platform as the attractor.
Brandon has generously and selflessly served the San Antonio community as a member on various boards and/or organizations: the Advisory Board of the Center for Student Professional Development at Grambling State University, Alamo City Black Chamber of Commerce, Harvey E. Najim Family Foundation, San Antonio Chamber of Commerce, SAISD Foundation, Boysville, Inc., Valero Alamo Bowl, Rotary Club of San Antonio, San Antonio Lighthouse for the Blind, Children’s Hospital of San Antonio Foundation, KLRN television station, Student Aid San Antonio, Kingdom For Kids, and United Way’s Emerging Leaders Council.