Greater Austin YMCA announces new additions to metro Board of Directors

Published On: June 23, 2023Categories: Blog

The Greater Austin YMCA is excited to announce three new additions to its Metropolitan Board of Directors Board Members along with re-electing its new slate of officers for 2023-24.

Composed of 27 members, the Metro Board helps guide the nonprofit’s strategic direction, advocates on key issues and raises support to strengthen the community through youth development, healthy living, and social responsibility.

“The Y is a volunteer-led organization that depends on effective board leadership to deliver our mission and ensure that everyone can access our life-changing programs,” said Kathy Kuras, Greater Austin YMCA President & CEO.

The new YMCA Board members are as follows:

  • Kathy Green: Director of State and Federal Strategy, AARP Texas
  • Linda Jackson: Vice President for Institutional Advancement, Huston-Tillotson University
  • David Quintanilla: Interim Associate Dean for Diversity, Equity & Inclusion, The University of Texas at Austin

“We are incredibly excited about the talent, experience and extensive reach these three individuals bring to the table,” said Brian Haulotte, current Chair of the Y’s Metro Board. “These individuals bring a unique set of skills and truly epitomize the spirit of the YMCA. We are thrilled to welcome their input and contributions to the Board.”


The Y also re-elected a slate of officers for the 2023-24 cycle, including:


  • Chairman – Brian Haulotte: Vice President and Regional Director of Construction Operations, JE Dunn Construction
  • Vice Chairman – Reagan Nash: Sr. Vice President-Wealth Management, UBS
  • Treasurer – Mariko Boswell: Executive Vice President at PIMCO, Institutional U.S. Public Fund Practice (term runs through 2025)
  • Secretary – Anamita Mukherjee: Director, Organizational Development, UFCU

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