Amy S. Duggan, Center Director, has extensive nonprofit leadership experience, previously as Program Director of the Santa Fe Community Foundation, and formerly as Executive Director of United Way of Northern New Mexico, Executive Director of Community Home Ownership in Seattle, and two director positions with American Lung Association of Washington. In her previous role with the Santa Fe Community Foundation, Amy led capacity building workshops for nonprofits, including such topics as succession planning, planned giving, marketing and grantwriting. She has partnered with us at the CNPE to offer Grantmaker, Grantseeker forums where agencies get the opportunity to meet and network with funders in an informal, group setting; and is active in regional collaborative efforts, including chairing the committee for the New Mexico Association of Grantmakers, NMAG, Common Grant application, (NMAG is also a Center partner). She also oversaw the grants programs at the Community Foundation, and was affiliated with many diverse initiatives including Hispanics in Philanthropy, Native American and Gay and Lesbian Initiatives.
Randy Woodcock, COO of United Way of Central New Mexico. Randy joined the staff of United Way of Central New Mexico in 1996. He is the Vice President & Chief Operating Officer with responsibilities for the Community Services Group which includes Community Development, the Center for Nonprofit Excellence, the AFL-CIO Community Services program and 211, and the Technology Assistance Fund and Information Technology. Prior to coming to UWCNM, Randy held development positions with United Ways in Delaware, Michigan, Alabama and Tennessee. Randy has an A.A. in Microcomputer Management, B.A. in Psychology and an M.S. in Social Work from the University of Tennessee. He is a graduate of Leadership Albuquerque and a current board member of the Rotary Club of Albuquerque.
LaDonna Hopkins, CDO of United Way of Central New Mexico. LaDonna has been part of the staff of United Way of Central New Mexico since 1995. She is the Vice President and Chief Development Officer with responsibility for Donor Relations which includes Major Gifts, Workplace Campaign and Specialized Communications,. She brings more than 30 years of professional experience in the nonprofit field. Before coming to United Way she served as Executive Director of Habitat for Humanity of Albuquerque. Current board involvement includes the Del Norte Rotary Foundation and the Association of Fundraising Professionals.
Randy Royster serves as the Executive Director of the Albuquerque Community Foundation. A fourth generation native of Albuquerque, Randy is a human resource executive and attorney with a passion for philanthropy. He is excited about leading the Albuquerque Community Foundation into its next twenty-five years as Executive Director.