Connect with this week's featured Founding Members

Jul 26, 2023

Connect with ten of our 20,000+ Members of the Grapevine Giving Circles Network! Join today and connect with these community leaders making a difference in the world, together.

Andrea DeLeon

Andrea DeLeon, Amarillo Professional Women for Good

Coordinator at Amarillo ISD

“I love my community & have dedicated my entire career to supporting kids here. I'd like to grow my professional network & add like-minded women. We are stronger together. My heart is to serve. I love this idea. I'm excited to see it take off!”

Dustin Gladwell

Dustin Gladwell, Animal Lovers for Good

Managing Director + Co-founder at Charlie Mike, Inc.

“Within this group, I hope to collaborate with other organizations to do more good for animals, and therefore more good for people.”

Beth Stewart

Beth Stewart, Fashion Industry for Sustainability

Executive Director at Redress Raleigh

“I appreciate the idea of growing a like-minded community. Particularly in sustainable fashion and textiles, our connections and network have been essential to our nonprofit. I feel like joining this group would be beneficial both personally and professionally in terms of being able to share thoughts and ideas and meet new people in similar positions.”

Lauren Couey

Lauren Couey, Manchester Professional Women for Good

Supervisor, Customer Support & Training at Geophysical Survey Systems, Inc.

“I am excited to connect with local like-minded women who are looking to make a difference and build a sense of community, while also helping out local groups/organizations/individuals who are in need of a little help!”

Robert McCartney

Robert McCartney, Aurora Guys for Good

Director of Growth at Punch Bowl Social

“I joined Aurora Guys for Good because I strongly believe in the power of community and the importance of giving back. I felt compelled to contribute my time and skills to support their noble mission. By being a part of this organization, I am able to make a tangible difference in the lives of those who are facing challenges, and together, we can create a stronger, more compassionate community.”

Brenda Hudson

Brenda Hudson, JD, Birmingham Women for Good

Treasury Solutions Ops. Manager, VP at Renasant Bank

“I remember watching a TED Talk with Emily on the Grapevine Community and thought this was an amazing way to give and build in a way that will really be impactful.”

Nikki Green

Nikki Green, Chicago Business Leaders for Good

Founder at Green Chameleon Collective

“Giving & community building is an important part of my mission in life and my business. Although I currently live in the Chicago area, I'm originally from Reno and love supporting my hometown.”

Jen Felice

Jen Felice, Cleveland Women in Business for Good

Owner at JFMM Inc. dba Apricot Lane Boutique Crocker Park

“The community helped keep me open as a new business during the pandemic. I want nothing more than to support others and to always give back to the community using my highly visible store at Crocker Park in Cleveland and my social media following.”

Mary Miller

Mary Miller, Dallas Women in Business for Good

CEO at Excellence by Design Education Center

“I know firsthand the important work that nonprofits do and the greater impact organizations can make collectively. Nonprofits are an essential commodity in the ecosystems and make live changing contributions to soft-served communities. Lastly, I think that this is a great endeavor.”

Amy Wilkinson

Amy Wilkinson, Green Bay Professional Women for Good

Director, Openings & Transitions AMER at Hilton

“While I work for a great company who commits to sustainable travel and tourism, I want to make a greater impact in my community on a personal level. I'm also a mom of two who works full time, so it will be great to connect with like-minded individuals and hopefully make some lasting friendships.”