R. Terry Bell, President and Chief Executive
Mr. Bell has been an officer and trustee of Rockwell Fund since
1980. He is a graduate of Texas Tech University (B.A.), the
University of Texas Law School (J.D.) and the George Washington
University Law School (LL.M.). He was in private practice
until 2003, when he joined the Rockwell Fund staff.
Margaret E. McConn, Vice President, Chief Financial
Officer and Chief Investment Officer
Ms. McConn has been an officer and trustee of the Fund since 2003.
A Certified Public Accountant and Chartered Global Management
Accountant, she is a graduate of Rice University (B.S., MAcco) and
was in private practice before joining the Fund.
Jana Mullins, Program Officer
Ms. Mullins has been with Rockwell Fund since 1999, bringing more
than 25 years of corporate and nonprofit experience. As program
officer, she oversees the education, community health and
supportive housing grant portfolios. She is involved in
professional associations such as the Conference of Southwest
Foundations and Grantmakers in Health, and has served on annual
conference planning, education and membership committees. She is an
active community volunteer and a published author. Ms. Mullins is a
graduate of Barry University (B.S., Business Marketing/Management)
and the University of Santa Monica (M.A., Spiritual
Quynh-Anh T. McMahan, MSW, Research & Planning
Ms. McMahan has held positions in nonprofit management and social
services, and specializes in organizational development, planning
and evaluation. In addition to her research and planning role, she
oversees Rockwell Fund's workforce development, nonprofit capacity
building and South Texas College of Law grant portfolios. She is
active in local and regional grantmaking associations, and has
co-founded several unique nonprofit initiatives. Ms. McMahan is a
graduate of the University of Houston Graduate College of Social
Work (M.S.W.), where she has taught as an adjunct professor.
Judy Ahlgrim, Grants Administrator & Office
Ms. Ahlgrim, a native Houstonian, has held the position of grants
administrator since 2001 with office management duties added in
2006. Her work in the nonprofit sector began at The Briarwood
School in 1989, and she has held the position of grants manager at
Houston Endowment Inc. and The Brown Foundation.
Kerri Washburn, Accounting/Administrative
Ms. Washburn has been a full-charge bookkeeper in many different
business sectors over the past 23 years. Her work in the nonprofit
sector began as a contract accounting assistant with I Have a Dream
- Houston, which led her to Rockwell Fund in 2006.