Terry Loftis

Terry Loftis is the president and executive director of The Arts Community Alliance, a nonprofit supporting the arts in North Texas through grant making, capacity building and thought leadership. He can provide insight on the struggles cultural institutions are facing during the pandemic as well as what the future holds.

Before joining TACA, Loftis was vice president of the Broadway Strategic Return Fund in New York, which co-produced the Tony Award-winning productions Once on This Island and Hadestown. He also produced the 2017 Broadway run of Bandstand, which won the Tony for Best Choreography and Orchestration.

A Dallas native, Loftis graduated from the city’s Booker T. Washington High School for the Visual and Performing Arts. He has a 25-year career in marketing and advertising.

Outside of TACA, he serves on the boards of directors for the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, Black Tie Dinner, Arts District Dallas, and the president’s council of the advisory board of Booker T. Washington High School.

Location: Dallas, TX

Expertise Field: Arts and culture, arts and culture funding, theater, music, museums, nonprofits

Contact information:

Email: Brett@BrettGrayPR.com (media contact)

Phone: 214-557-6233 (media contact)

Twitter: @TerryDLoftis

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Last updated September 2, 2020

Tracey Webb

Tracey Webb is the founder and editor-in-chief of BlackGivesBack.com, a philanthropic website that emphasizes African American philanthropic contributions. She is the founder of The Black Benefactors, a giving circle that supports nonprofit organizations that support the African American community.

Webb has more than 20 years of experience in nonprofit and grant-making sectors. She was selected as a 2013 “Who’s Who in Black Washington, D.C.” honoree, and the Profiles in Diversity Journal named her to the 2013 “Women Worth Watching” list. The Huffington Post’s Black Voices called her “a young black woman making history as the first online chronicler of black philanthropy.”

Webb has been featured on TheRoot.com, NPR’s Tell Me More, and BlackEnterprise.com, and in the August 2011 “Black Wealth” issue of Ebony Magazine. Her work in philanthropy was showcased in the books “Black is the New Green: Marketing to Affluent African Americans” and “Giving Back: A Tribute to Generation of African American Philanthropists.”


Founder, Editor-in-Chief of BlackGivesBack.com

Areas of Expertise: Philanthropy, Nonprofits, Grant-Making, Charitable Giving

Location: Washington, DC

Contact Information:
Email: blackgivesback@gmail.com

Heard on NPR:

Tell Me More: Redefining Philanthropy: How African-Americans Give Back