CFAOC Annual Membership Meeting

When:  May 23, 2024 from 07:30 AM to 10:00 AM (PT)
Associated with  CFA Society Orange County

This annual event brings together our CFAOC Community with annual membership updates that are pertinent to the industry. In addition, this year we’ll be hosting local non-profit leaders in our community who will provide an important update about their work and progress in several different community issues.

Members: FREE / Non-Members: $40

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Ann Truxaw Ramirez,
Chief Development Officer
Orange County United Way 

Ann Truxaw Ramirez is the Chief Development Officer for Orange County United Way where she is responsible for spearheading fundraising efforts for the organization and its four key areas: United for Student Success, United for Financial Security, United to End Homelessness, and 211OC. Ann manages the corporate engagement, major gifts, special events, and grants and contracts departments, serving as a critical member of the senior leadership team. 

Since starting with Orange County United Way in 2016, Ann has been instrumental in the increase of grant and contract revenue by more than 1,100%. This funding has positively impacted the lives of more than 100,000 people over the last five years through Orange County United Way’s direct-service programs in education, financial stability, and housing. 
Ann holds a Bachelor of Science in Sociology from Creighton University and a Master of Public Policy degree from Rutgers University, with a concentration in International Health Policy.  

Claudia Bonilla Keller,
Chief Executive Officer
Second Harvest Food Bank of Orange County 

Claudia Bonilla Keller, an established nonprofit executive, joined Second Harvest Food Bank of Orange County as chief mission officer in February 2020 and was named CEO on January 1, 2022. Keller leads all aspects of food bank operations, including outreach to donors, community partners, volunteers and the public to educate, inform and inspire action in Second Harvest’s mission of ensuring dignified, equitable and consistent access to nutritious food for all who need it in Orange County. 

Keller holds a bachelor’s degree in Political Science from UC Irvine and a master’s degree in Public Administration with a concentration in urban management from Cal State Fullerton. She resides in Placentia and actively contributes to various boards and organizations focused on food insecurity, such as serving on the boards of the California Association of Food Banks and Abound FoodCare. 

Irene Basdakis,
Chief Executive Officer
Grandma's House of Hope

Irene joined Grandma’s House of Hope in January 2024 as their Chief Executive Officer. Irene believes that her prior outreach serving others and her life and work experiences prepared her well for the opportunity to lead an amazing organization that provides housing to chronically homeless adult men & women experiencing severe life challenges. Irene is grateful to work alongside her dedicated staff and Board of Directors to empower the invisible populations in Orange County.

In 2022, Irene began serving on the Board of Directors for Community Action Partnership in Orange County and was elected as Chairman of the Board in June 2023. Irene is also a founding member and past President of the Parish Council at St. Basil Greek Orthodox Church in San Juan Capistrano, California. She has continuously served on the St. Basil Parish Council since its inception in 2003. Originally from Massachusetts, Irene pursued her undergraduate degree in Business and Accounting at Salem State University.

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