Katie Kuehl is scholarships and philanthropy officer, overseeing the administration of CFT’s scholarship funds and supporting grantmaking and philanthropic advising programs. Katie works to build new relationships and open new scholarship funds, and she supports current scholarship funds. Katie also focuses on CFT’s philanthropic advising efforts, connecting donors with high-impact funding opportunities across North Texas and supporting several grantmaking efforts.
Prior to joining CFT in 2016, Katie was as a member of the Jesuit Volunteer Corps, working as the children’s program associate at Raphael House of San Francisco, a large family homeless shelter. This experience working in direct service with homeless families and children informs her work as a content expert in the homelessness and education spaces.
Katie holds a bachelor’s in mathematics from Spring Hill College.
Favorite Aspect of CFT
"Helping build the bridge between scholarship fund holders and scholarship recipients."
“We tend to think that it's our job to save the world. But maybe it's not you or I who saves the world, but the people we know. Or the people those people know. Maybe what saves the world isn't lone rangers of social justice. Maybe what saves the world is relationships, rich webs of social connections. Maybe friendship saves the world.”
— Richard Beck