Girls Inc. of Tarrant County has hired Jennifer Treviño as the organization’s chief development officer to lead fundraising and marketing efforts.
“I’m absolutely ecstatic to join the Girls Inc. of Tarrant County team as chief development officer,” Treviño said in a news release announcing her hiring. “I’m thrilled to have the opportunity to work with such a great staff team, committed board of directors, and passionate volunteers to support our mission — inspiring all girls to be strong, smart and bold.”
Treviño serves or has served on multiple boards and organizations, including as Immediate past chair of the Fort Worth Chapter of the Hispanic Women’s Network of Texas; District 2 Appointee to the Zoning Commission; and Fort Worth’s Race Relations and Culture Task Force.
She has been recognized in the Fort Worth Business’ Great Women of Texas awards and received the Hispanic Women’s Network of Texas’ Estrella Award. She was also named among the Texas Diversity Council’s Most Powerful and Influential Women.
“We are delighted to welcome Jennifer Treviño to the Girls Inc. family. She is an inspirational role model for all the girls and young women we serve, demonstrating that unique combination of leadership, compassion and purpose,” Jennifer Limas, the agency’s President and CEO, said in the release.
“We feel certain she’ll accomplish remarkable things here.”
Treviño’s previous experience includes serving as an executive consultant with the Brittain-Kalish Group, a management consulting firm; vice president and chief of staff to the president at UNT Health Science Center; and as a product marketing manager for RadioShack Corp. She received her MBA from Texas Christian University and her BBA in Marketing and Management from Texas Tech University.