Joy S. Mankoff

Co-Founder at The Mankoff Family Foundation

Joy S. Mankoff

Joy S. Mankoff

Co-Founder at The Mankoff Family Foundation

Biography

Joy Mankoff is a well-known community leader and advocate locally and
nationally. She has served as Chair, Advisory Council of the Dallas Area
Agency on Aging and President, National Council of Jewish Women. She has also
held numerous board positions in organizations dedicated to health, women's
issues, community improvement and the arts, including President of the Dallas
Planned Parenthood affiliate and President of the Boys and Girls Clubs.

Overview
Career Highlights

The Mankoff Family Foundation

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721

Number of Boards

7

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Co-Founder at The Mankoff Family Foundation

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Member, Board of Directors at The Mankoff Family Foundation

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Member, Board of Directors at The Mankoff Family Foundation

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Director at The Dallas Opera

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Vice President-Community & Corporate Relations at The University of Texas - Southwestern Medical Center

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Chairman Emeritus, Securities Regulation Institute at University of California

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Head, Strategy & Business Development at AlixPartners LLP

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Former Director-General Curator at New England Aquarium Corp.

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Former Chairman, President & Chief Executive Officer at Northern Trust Bank of Texas, NA

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Former Faculty Member at Dallas Independent School District (Texas)

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Co-Founder at The Mankoff Family Foundation
Family Members
Child
Member, Board of Directors at The Mankoff Family Foundation

The Mankoff Family Foundation was founded in 1996 by Ronald M. and Joy S. Mankoff. The Foundation provides financial support to a variety of local and national organizations.

Child
Member, Board of Directors at The Mankoff Family Foundation

The Mankoff Family Foundation was founded in 1996 by Ronald M. and Joy S. Mankoff. The Foundation provides financial support to a variety of local and national organizations.

Child-In-Law
Member, Board of Trustees at Jewish Community Foundation of Los Angeles

THE FOUNDATION IS THE LARGEST MANAGER OF CHARITABLE ASSETS AND LEADER IN PLANNED GIVING SOLUTIONS FOR GREATER LOS ANGELES JEWISH PHILANTHROPISTS THROUGH ITS VARIOUS PROGRAMS.

Child-In-Law
Board Member at Dallas Summer Musicals

TO EDUCATE THE PUBLIC IN MUSIC APPRECIATION AND FINE ARTS, INCLUDING THE PRESENTATION OF MUSICAL THEATER AND OTHER SHOWS WITH EDUCATIONAL VALUE.

Spouse

The Mankoff Family Foundation was founded in 1996 by Ronald M. and Joy S. Mankoff. The Foundation provides financial support to a variety of local and national organizations.

Education
Graduate
Class of 1956

Connecticut College was founded in 1911. Connecticut College is a thriving private, coeducational liberal arts college known for the extraordinary students who are attracted here by rigorous academics and a comprehensive residential life program, as well as the diverse opportunities to explore their interests through funded internships, community service or international study.

Career History
Co-Founder
1996 - Current

The Mankoff Family Foundation was founded in 1996 by Ronald M. and Joy S. Mankoff. The Foundation provides financial support to a variety of local and national organizations.

Boards & Committees
Member, President's Advisory Council
Current

THE CENTER'S MISSION IS TO PROVIDE A PUBLIC GATHERING PLACE THAT STRENGTHENS COMMUNITY AND FOSTERS CREATIVITY THROUGH THE PRESENTATION OF PERFORMING ARTS AND ARTS EDUCATION PROGRAMS.

Non-Profit Donations & Grants

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$1,911 - $10K
2015

Connecticut College was founded in 1911. Connecticut College is a thriving private, coeducational liberal arts college known for the extraordinary students who are attracted here by rigorous academics and a comprehensive residential life program, as well as the diverse opportunities to explore their interests through funded internships, community service or international study.

$50K +
2015

The Dallas Symphony Foundation was established in 1976 as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization under the Federal Tax ID number 75-1529851.

$1,911 - $10K
2014

Connecticut College was founded in 1911. Connecticut College is a thriving private, coeducational liberal arts college known for the extraordinary students who are attracted here by rigorous academics and a comprehensive residential life program, as well as the diverse opportunities to explore their interests through funded internships, community service or international study.

Political Donations
$1,000
2016

Former Senator from Wisconsin

$5,400
2015

Senator at Office of the Senator from Nevada, Catherine Cortez Masto

$2,700
2015

Former Senator from New York

Other Affiliations

Joy S. Mankoff is affiliated with The Mankoff Family Foundation, AT&T Performing Arts Center

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