Anderson is a founding board member of the Oak Cliff Foundation. He is also president of the North Texas chapter of the Congress for the New Urbanism. He responsible for saving the historic Texas Theatre and also reinventing the Belmont Hotel.
Holly Jefferson, Publicist
Founding member of Bike Friendly Oak Cliff and the fundraiser Diorama-Rama. When she's not seen cycling the streets of Oak Cliff you'll find her writing ad copy for Neiman Marcus.
Oak Cliff native, Saldivar has been committed to invigorating the arts in Dallas. Former associate director of the Goss-Michael Foundation.
Agency director of Sisterbrother Management. Jenn represents the most unique photographers and stylists in Texas.
Shannon Driscoll, Communications
In 2010 Shannon and her partner Kayli House Cusick opened Oil and Cotton Creative Exchange, providing creative space for education, exhibition, performance and exchange between the public and the art community.
Brian McKay, Vice Chair
Co-owner of The Book Doctor on Davis Street and Marketing and Communications Director for Weatherization Partners, Ltd. You can find him on the first Tuesday of each month at The Texas Theatre hosting Tuesday Night Record Club.
Sylvia Salecedo, Treasurer
Sylvia is a co-owner of Salcedo Group, Inc. (SGI), an Oak Cliff-based engineering firm that provides civil engineering for the City of Dallas. She is a long time Foundation board member and also serves on the board of the Oak Cliff Chamber of Commerce.
Engineer for Schneider Electric's Energy & Sustainability Services division.
Award-winning documentary filmmaker and Texas historian who divides his time between Pecos County and Oak Cliff, Texas. He recently spearheaded the Oak Cliff Foundation's fundraising for the Vaughan Brothers Art Project in Kiest Park, Oak Cliff.