Jennifer holds a certificate in Public Participation from the International Association for Public Participation and is a Board Source Certified Governance Trainer. She is a Qualified Trainer through the Institute of Cultural Affairs and carries a national certification as a Certified ToP® Facilitator (CTF). Jennifer has been approved by the TCC Group as a Core Capacity Assessment Tool (CCAT) Certified Facilitator and is a Texas Education Agency registered provider for continuing education for Texas school board members. Jennifer holds an MBA in Operational Management from St. Mary’s University, a BBA in Finance from Texas State University, and has received additional training through numerous banking, compliance and community development training programs. She is certified as an Economic Development Finance Professional by the National Development Council.
Jennifer serves on the board of directors of the Texas Business Hall of Fame, the Girl Scouts of Southwest Texas and is a trustee for the United Way of San Antonio and Bexar County. She is a United Way National Women’s Leadership Council board member and member of the Cancer Therapy and Research Center’s Board of Governors and has served in a variety of community leadership roles including appointed positions on boards supporting the City of San Antonio and various banking organizations.
Formerly employed as Vice President, Community Development for Wells Fargo Bank for 10 years, Jennifer managed the bank’s commitment to community through lending, investments and grants, volunteerism and services with a specific focus on diverse communities. Prior to joining Wells Fargo Bank, Jennifer served as President of the Community Development Loan Fund (CDLF), a U.S. Department of Treasury Community Development Financial Institution which specialized in market niches that were not adequately served by traditional financial institutions. CDLF provided financing to small businesses and non-profit organizations; in 2008, it became part of ACCION Texas (recently renamed LiftFund). Jennifer also served as a Community Investment Administrator for USAA Federal Savings Bank for 11 years.
Married to Kevin C. Moriarty, Jennifer has one son, and is the stepmother of four. Jennifer enjoys travel and has a passion for all forms of art.
Kathleen earned her PhD in Sociology from the University of Maryland where she developed a depth of expertise in research design, quantitative and qualitative analysis, and statistical modeling. Through published research and an internship at the U.S. Census Bureau, Kathleen specializes in questions of measurement and assessment – what are the relevant outcomes, how do we measure them, and what do the results mean? Since moving back to her hometown of San Antonio in 2015, she has applied her skillset both as a professor at Trinity University and as a professional in the Department of Human Services for the City of San Antonio. As a trained social scientist, she is driven to bring the power of systematic assessment and reliable analysis to bear on the operation, expansion, and enhancement of San Antonio’s social programs, non-profit organizations, and cultural institutions.