Kathy Miller is the chief spokesperson for the organization in all public matters. She is responsible for the development, planning, staffing and implementation of all programs. Kathy became TFN President in January 2005. Kathy previously served as Deputy Director from 1996 to 2000 and on the TFN Education Fund Board of Directors. (Click here to see Kathy's full bio.)
Ryan Valentine directs the Texas Faith Network, oversees TFN’s social policy research program and assists the President in implementing the organization's programming.
Dan Quinn works with the news media on TFN issues and manages the organization's research and public policy reports.
Rachel Glast oversees fundraising for TFN and the TFN Education Fund, including building on the organization’s major donor program, expanding the organization’s donor and membership base and obtaining foundation support.
Sandra J. Calderon manages office operations, oversees vendor services and provides support for all TFN programs.
Val Benavidez heads up the organization’s outreach and field work. She is in charge of keeping the membership informed, active, and continually growing. She also coordinates work with allied organizations and assists in making sure TFN members participate in all TFN legislative and non-legislative actions and functions.
Annual Fund Officer
Shana Creeger coordinates organizational fundraising, special events and stewardship for donor-related opportunities and support.
Deputy Communications Director
Jose Medina helps develop and manage TFN's communications strategies in the media, member communications and online.
Outreach and Field Coordinator
Nick Savelli trains the next generation of progressive leaders in Texas by strengthening our Student Leadership Council (SLC) and student chapters around the state.
Digital Engagement Coordinator
Jake Patoski develops online strategy and online community and grassroots outreach efforts.
Ruben Garza expands the Texas Freedom Network's outreach efforts with an emphasis on the Rio Grande Valley, but including all parts of Texas.