A Year of Reflection & Recommitment

As I look back on 2022 and my first year as Chair of the Frey Foundation, I am excited to have been able to continue the legacy of so many of my family members, by leading our organization into the future with zest and passion for the communities we serve. I want to start by […]

A Year of Transition & Looking Forward

The past year has shown us, more than ever, that our communities are alive, resilient and ever changing. While our community has grown with opportunities, we continue to feel the systemic inequities that unjustly harm different groups. While we have deep work to do, I am overwhelmingly inspired by the good that permeates and radiates […]

A Year of Introspection & Impact

2021 marked my fifth year as Board Chair of the Frey Foundation. I have been humbled and honored to be able to serve in this capacity. Next year, I am continuing my service to the Foundation as Board Treasurer and passing the Chair baton into the capable hands of my cousin, Tripp Frey. I have […]

Building Connection & Going Deep

If I have learned anything over the past year, it is that if all aren’t thriving, none of us can reach our full potential. As we weathered a storm together, it was clear to see that some of us were on well-tended boats, and others were clinging to life rafts. While some zip codes complained […]

Leading with Trust

This past year has been a lesson in humility and vulnerability. COVID-19 laid bare our nation’s disparities and inequities. As philanthropists, we have long been advocating for social justice, but when 2020 turned our world upside down, we realized that much more intentional work is needed. With all the chaos that 2020 brought, we were […]

Leading While Listening & Collaborating

When we reflect on 2020 there will always be a collective sigh with memories of isolation, worry and stress. But I hope it also will be remembered as an inflection point where we built new muscle, better understood the barriers that foster inequity and deepened meaningful relationships. I am grateful for the Frey family’s long-term […]