Author, Philanthropist, Game Changer
Quote: “I want to help everyone receive the best possible educational start in life.”
Daveen FoxBoard Member
Carolyn FoxBoard Member
Why I Serve: “I asked to rejoin the board because now I have more time to devote to improving my community. Being a board member and participating in the foundation is a great way to do that.”
Heather FoxBoard Member
Favorite Quote: “Do what you can, with what you have, where you are.” -Bill Widener
Lauren HunsakerBoard Member
Connie LorickBoard Member
Director of Philanthropy, Fox Family
Coordinator, Frieda C Fox Foundation
Why I serve: “As a Girl Scout I was taught to leave our camp or meeting space ‘better than we found it.’ I believe that applies to the world as well; I would like to make a difference in my community in order to leave it better than I found it.”
Alexis MarionSecretary and Junior Board Advisor
Program Officer, Frieda C. Fox Family Foundation
Favorite Quote: “We must not, in trying to think about how we can make a big difference, ignore the small daily differences we can make which, over time, add up to big differences that we often cannot foresee.” ~ Marian Wright Edelman
Read more about Alexis in the Staff section below.
Nancy MillerBoard Member
Why I Serve: “I am pleased to be working with the Frieda C. Fox Family Foundation as it continues to create and launch innovative programs that benefit and improve the lives of youth. I am honored to be a part of a thoughtful and committed team working to change the world.”
ACF Property Management Vice President
Why I Serve: “My inspiration for serving the Foundation is the love, commitment and fantastic work done on a daily basis by nonprofit groups we support, like the Children’s Nature Institute, to make today and the future better for our children.”
Connie LorickCoordinator, Frieda C. Fox Family Foundation
Connie began her work in philanthropy three years ago as the Director of Philanthropy for the Fox Family. She had previously worked for Alan Fox as his Executive Assistant 30 years ago. In between, she moved to Texas and worked at the University of Texas at Arlington as the Director of Testing Services. While in Arlington, Connie became very involved in the community serving as a Board President of Theatre Arlington and a leader and adult trainer for the local Girl Scout Council. She is currently a member of the Arlington Cultural Tourism Committee, The Junior League of Arlington, and Women Inspiring Philanthropy.
Connie has a Bachelor of Science in Management from Pepperdine University and a MBA from the University of Texas at Arlington.
Alexis Marion Program Officer, Frieda C. Fox Family Foundation
Alexis, in addition to being a trustee, is the Program Officer and Junior Board Advisor for the Foundation. In her role, she oversees the day-to-day grant administration and guides the Junior Board members (ages 8-21) in their grantmaking. Alexis considers her journey in philanthropy much like that of the delta symbol Δ: 3-sided and focused on change. She has been a recipient of philanthropic funds during her years as a foster youth in Los Angeles, a grant-seeker as a nonprofit employee, and now a grantmaker whose passion is to support young people in making a difference through philanthropy. Alexis sees philanthropy as a privilege, and works toward creating a grantmaking culture that is brave, empowering, and focused on the liberation of all people. Alexis received her M.A. in Nonprofit Management from Antioch University, LA and is a 21/64 Certified Advisor. If you want to see her face light up, just ask her why play-doh and pipe cleaners are required meeting supplies!