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The Dallas Foundation Names Torrey Littleton as New Vice President of Finance

DALLAS – June 15, 2021 – The Dallas Foundation, the first community foundation in Texas, is proud to announce the appointment of Torrey Littleton to the role of Vice President of Finance, effective June 1. Littleton previously served nine years at the Foundation in the roles of Senior Director of Finance and Controller, during which he fostered deep relationships with many of the organization’s donors and community partners. He brings an unparalleled knowledge of fund management to his new role.

As Vice President of Finance at The Dallas Foundation, Littleton will lead a team of five, and serves as a key thought partner and member of the senior management team. He will oversee the strategic management of the organization’s financial resources and investment returns, assure compliance with all audit and tax requirements, and maintain the Foundation’s long-term fiscal health.

“The Dallas Foundation is proud that Torrey Littleton will step into this leadership position,” said Matthew Randazzo, President & CEO of The Dallas Foundation. “Serving the Foundation for nearly a decade, Torrey is perfectly poised to assume this important role in the Foundation’s stewardship of over $420 million in philanthropic assets.”

“This is a milestone moment for my career and tenure at The Dallas Foundation,” said Littleton. “The Foundation is home for me, and I look forward to building upon the relationships and experience I have gained over the past decade to ensure our fundholders and community partners continue to receive an unmatched level of fiduciary excellence.”

Along with his work at The Dallas Foundation, Littleton has more than 15 years of experience in accounting and finance across several industries, including: healthcare, chemical engineering and manufacturing. He chose a career path in the nonprofit sector because of the opportunity it offered to impact the quality of life across the community. Littleton earned his undergraduate degree in Accounting at Tennessee State University, an HBCU, and his graduate degree, an MBA in Multi-Interdisciplinary Studies with a focus on Management, at The University of Dallas.

The Dallas Foundation, established as the first community foundation in Texas in 1929, brings together people, ideas, and investments in Greater Dallas so individuals and families can reach their full potential. In 2020, The Dallas Foundation, in partnership with the more than 400 fundholders, invested over $62 million into the community. For more information, visit, Facebook or Instagram.

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