The National Football Foundation (NFF), chaired by Archie Manning, has appointed Tina Styles as Chief Development Officer. Hanold Associates’ Lisa Yae, Hans Henson, Sarah Kennedy and Ivy Arlia led the search for the Dallas-based role.
As Chief Development Officer, Tina will be responsible for architecting and implementing new programs and building upon existing ones to meet the organization’s mission. Tina will work closely with the NFF team and the Board to create strong programs to inspire young people to pursue academic and athletic excellence. Prior to joining the NFF, Tina served as Director of Operations at the George W. Bush Presidential Center.
Founded in 1947, The National Football Foundation (NFF) is a nonprofit educational organization that runs programs designed to use the power of amateur football in developing the qualities of leadership, sportsmanship, competitive zeal and the drive for academic excellence in America’s young people. Hall of Famer Archie Manning, former Ole Miss quarterback and New Orleans Saints star, is the NFF’s Chairman, and the role will report to the NFF’s President and CEO, Steve Hatchell. Based in Irving, Texas, the organization comprises nine employees who work closely with the Board of Directors and Board of Trustees. The NFF has 120 local chapters in 47 states––involving football fans, coaches, educators and players––that continue its grassroot mission to inspire young people to achieve excellence. Jason Hanold, CEO of Hanold Associates, sits on the Board of Trustees of the National Football Foundation.
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