Lindy Calzada

Community Impact Programs Coordinator

Lindy is responsible for continuing the implementation of the Fund to Advance Racial Equity (FARE), an initiative working to build understanding and strengthen our community across racial lines. Lindy provides support to the WORTH Next Gen philanthropy program and to the Catchafire program, a capacity building resource for the nonprofit community.

Lindy joins the Foundation with a grantmaking background that includes working with corporations, private foundations and the public sector. A graduate of Texas Tech University, Lindy worked in finance for ten years prior to joining the nonprofit community. Lindy believes in the importance of volunteering and has been fortunate to serve on various nonprofit boards. She is currently a member of the Irving Arts Board.