VICE PRESIDENT – TRACEY DOWLING
As Program Director for Experiential Learning at Florida State University (FSU), Tracey focuses on partnerships and services that expand student access to and engagement in experiential learning opportunities. Career highlights include serving on the national board for the Cooperative Education & Internship Association (CEIA), publishing the Making Your Internship Count book for student interns and employers as well as circumnavigating the globe as the resident Career Services Staff on the Fall 2011 Voyage of Semester at Sea. In her free time she enjoys engagement in service opportunities that help support women reenter the workforce or upskill as well as those aging out of foster care. Connect with her on https://www.linkedin.com/in/drtraceydowling/
SECRETARY – MEG BALDWIN
Meg Baldwin is the owner of Advocacy Consulting Services, LLC, assisting organizations and individuals addressing issues of violence against women. Meg was the Executive Director of Refuge House from 2005-2020, and an FSU College of Law professor from 1987-2005. Meg has been a proud member of the Capital Women’s Network since 2018.
TREASURER – KATHLEEN HAMPTON
Kathleen Hampton is the Director of Development of Make-A-Wish for Central and Northern Florida Chapter (Northwest Region).
Look up the words task master and persistent and you might find Kathleen’s name listed. Kathleen never turns away from a challenge and has continued to cultivate strong relationships with individuals and business leaders engaging their support and to make a difference in someone’s life. She makes sure
individuals and businesses who support Make-A-Wish are appreciated for their commitment to making wishes come true for critically ill children. Kathleen is leading the charge in establishing a presence in
the 18 counties of the Florida Panhandle to grant more wishes to children living with critical illnesses. Kathleen brings over 20 years of experience from the public and private sector, including retail, advertising sales and nonprofit fundraising/events. Prior to joining Make-A-Wish, she served as the Director of Development for Pace Center for Girls in Leon County – cultivating and maximizing relationships with the local community in support of at-risk teenage girls experiencing trauma.
Kathleen lives in Tallahassee with her husband, Cody and is the proud mother of two daughters and a granddaughter.