Scott Alarcón has served as the Chief Executive Officer of Georgetown Health Foundation in Georgetown, Texas, since 2009. The Foundation funds nonprofit organizations offering a range of safety net services, from primary health care to emergency shelters. It honors its health care roots by supporting community health and the social determinants of health, encompassing areas of need not only in health care, but in safety net areas that impact those most vulnerable, with particular emphasis on children, youth, and elders. Dedicated to collaborative problem-solving with other local agencies, the Foundation actively seeks guidance to help understand our community’s most pressing issues, prioritizing data-driven funding decisions that are both meaningful and valuable for fellow community members.
Alarcón has served in several leadership positions for local civic organizations and has been instrumental in the expansion and implementation of innovative projects in support of health care and education throughout Central Texas. Currently, he serves as a member of the St. David’s HealthCare Board of Governors, past chair of the American Council on Exercise Board of Directors, and a member of the Lone Star Circle of Care and Children at Heart Ministries’ Board of Directors. He also serves as a member of the Austin Area Research Organization. Alarcón has served three terms as a Trustee for the Georgetown Independent School District Board of Trustees and five years as their Board President. Alarcón is proud to have served as a past board member of The Georgetown Caring Place, The Boys and Girls Club of Georgetown and STARRY Board of Directors.
Alarcón received his Bachelor of Business Administration from Baylor University and a Masters in Health Services Management from the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor. He holds the designation of Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives and has served several health-focused nonprofit clients as a Certified Governance Trainer and Certified Governance Consultant with BoardSource since 2013.
As BoardSource’s associate vice president of member education and outreach, Andy Davis leads a team that is responsible for developing all of BoardSource’s educational content, including member education content and programming, training programs, publications, and session-level programming at the BoardSource Leadership Forum. He is a regular speaker and presenter on a wide range of board leadership topics and issues, and played a lead role in the development of BoardSource’s Measuring Fundraising Effectiveness Framework.
Prior to joining BoardSource more than a decade ago, Andy served as a professional development coordinator for Quality Enhancement for Non-Profit Organizations in Wilmington, North Carolina. He holds a master’s degree in public administration with a concentration in nonprofit management from the University of North Carolina at Wilmington. Andy served as the chair of the national advisory council of AmeriCorps Alums and is a charter member of the selection committee for the Center for Nonprofit Advancement’s Board Leadership Awards.
Makiyah Moody (she/her) is founder and president at Kairos & Heart LLC where she helps organizations ask and answer critical questions about how to advance their missions. A skilled facilitator and governance specialist, Makiyah launched Kairos & Heart LLC in August 2021 after realizing that being and doing are different and she wanted to explore different design choices for partnering with organizational leaders.
Prior to becoming a business owner, Makiyah sharpened her consulting skills at La Piana Consulting, directed governance initiatives for the Louisiana Association of Public Charter Schools, was founding executive director of the New Orleans regional office of Leading Educators and held various roles over six years with the KIPP Foundation. Additionally, she was a 2013 participant in the Aspen Institute’s Roundtable on Community Change Racial Equity Leadership Development Seminar, is a Pahara Institute NextGen Fellow, an Executive Scholar with the Center for Nonprofit Management at Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management, and a BoardSource Certified Governance Trainer.
Prior to graduate school, Makiyah was a Civil Rights Investigator with the Legal Assistance Foundation of Metropolitan Chicago, an experience that vividly confirmed the disparate impact of structural racism. She is most energized by the opportunity to work with organizations that support underinvested communities and people of color, and promote a thriving, multiracial democracy.
Makiyah has an MA in Humanities from the University of Chicago and a BA in Hispanic Studies, magna cum laude, from Wheaton College in Massachusetts, where she served as a trustee from 2014 to 2019. Makiyah serves on the board of directors for Heartland Alliance, a global enterprise working to advance human rights and champion human dignity by providing services and promoting solutions to achieve a more just global society.