Gill Children’s Services appointed Cliff Condrey as President, Gantt Bumstead as Vice President, Paul Ray III as Treasurer, and Terri Sexton as Secretary. Gill Children’s Services also welcomes Judge Kim Brown and Perry H. Ginsburg to the Board of Directors.

Condrey has been an executive at family-owned Moncrief Oil International since 2004. Prior to joining Moncrief, Cliff was a Vice President of Finance at Brean Murray & Co. in New York and Mahler & Emmerson in Dallas. He received both his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in business from the McCombs School of Business at the University of Texas at Austin.

Bumstead serves as the President of RGB Ventures, LLC. He is also a Partner and Director at JHS Packaging. Prior to these roles, Bumstead worked for United Supermarkets, LLC. He earned a bachelor’s degree from Washington & Lee University and a master’s degree in business from Texas Tech University. He also serves on the Board of Trustees for Fort Worth Country Day and is a member of the Fort Worth Chapter of YPO Gold.

Ray is co-partner of Phillips Ray Capital Management. Prior to co-founding PRCM, Ray worked in venture capital at Buena Venture Associates and at Penrose Group. He received his undergraduate degree from the University of Texas at Austin and his MBA from the University of Texas. Ray has served on the Board of Directors for the Warm Place and Casa Manana and was co-chair of Friday Night at the Zoo. He is also a member of the Exchange Club in Fort Worth.

Sexton’s career began in accounting and ended in fundraising. She worked in oil and gas accounting for seven years before returning to work as a fundraiser with Baylor All Saints Medical Center where she was Development Director for 10 years. She became the VP of Development for the Texas Ballet Theater and was quickly asked to serve as their Interim CEO. She was at the Ballet for six years before retiring. She is an experienced volunteer, having served at Christ Chapel Bible Church as a 4th Grade Sunday School Teacher, Advisory Board Chair at Rivertree Academy, Ambassador at ACH Child and Family Services, Board Member at Jewel Charity, and Marketing Chair at The Cliburn.

Judge Brown is an Associate Judge in the Tarrant County Child Protection Court. Previously she was an Associate Judge and Referee for the Juvenile Court and has been on the bench for 22 years. Judge Brown has served as Co-Chair of the Permanent Judicial Commission for Children and Families Higher Education Committee, a member of the Notice and Family Involvement Roundtable Committee, and the Chair of the State Bar of Texas Child Abuse and Neglect Committee. She is a member of the Tarrant County Bar Association. Brown earned a Doctor of Jurisprudence from Texas Tech School of Law and a Bachelor of Music degree from Texas Tech University.

Ginsburg is a Senior Associate with LKCM Headwater Investments Prior to joining LKCM, Ginsburg was a Venture Fellow at Treaty Oak Equity and a Hedge Fund Analyst with Frontaura Capital in Chicago. Ginsburg received a Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics and Economics from Vanderbilt University and a Master of Business Administration with the Dean’s Award for Academic Excellence from The McCombs School of Business at the University of Texas. Ginsburg has a unique interest in Gill Children’s Services. His grandmother Martine Ginsburg co-founded Gill Children’s Services in 1979.

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