Ashley Brundage

Advisory Board Member


Ashley Brundage, Senior Vice President of Community Impact at United Way of Metropolitan Dallas, joined United Way of Metropolitan Dallas in 2007. She leads the team responsible for making measurable contributions to the North Texas community’s ten-year goals through strategic investments and programming. Through her leadership, Ashley ensures that United Way’s community impact work holistically addresses community issues through targeted programming and systems level collaborations to achieve high-quality results. Ashley is a Proud Fighting Texas Aggie Class of 2001 ,  graduate of UTArlington’s School of Social Work, and a member of Leadership Dallas Class of 2019.  Ashley serves on the Dallas Area Partnership to End and Prevent Homelessness, the Dallas Metro Homeless Alliance’s Board of Directors, and her children’s school PTO Board. She is also a member of Foundations for Racial Equity and Funders Together to End Homelessness. Ashley is married to Chris, is the proud momma of two children, Owen and Mary, and shares on Twitter and Instagram @MommaBrundage.





Victor Vital

Chairman / DHA’s Acquisition & Development and Employee Services Committees Chair

Danielle Wesley

Danielle is the senior director, school & virtual health program for Children’s Health. She has been with Children’s for more than 15 years and joined the Network Development and Innovation team in August 2013, to lead the school-based health programs. From wellness promotion to chronic disease management, the school based strategies seek to increase accessibility… Read more »

Froswa’ Booker-Drew

Froswa’ Booker-Drew has an extensive background in nonprofit management, partnership development, training, and education. She is currently the Director of Community Affairs & Strategic Alliances for the State Fair of Texas. Formerly the National Community Engagement Director for World Vision, she served as a catalyst, partnership broker, and capacity-builder of local partners in multiple locations… Read more »