As a donor relations officer, Boski is a trusted philanthropy consultant who connects fundholders’ charitable interests with community needs for a lasting impact. She assists individuals, families and businesses in meeting their charitable goals through strategic giving practices and exemplary service.
Prior to joining CFT, Boski was the director of corporate programs at the Perot Museum of Nature and Science. Before devoting her career to the nonprofit sector, Boski worked as a technical designer for fashion retailers including Limited Brands, Express and JCPenney.
Boski holds a dual master’s degree – an MBA and a master’s in arts management – from Southern Methodist University. She also holds a master’s in design and manufacture from De Montfort University in the United Kingdom.
As a passionate advocate for local nonprofits, Boski serves on the boards of Children’s Chorus of Greater Dallas and Dallas Black Dance Theatre. She co-chaired Dallas Black Dance Theatre's inaugural annual gala, BIG DANCE, in 2019, and is a host committee member for 2020 Gala. She cares deeply about helping students realize their true potential and loves teaching as a guest lecturer at Southern Methodist University.
Favorite Aspect of CFT
"Connecting and building relationships with people across different cultures, races and ethnicities, bringing them all together for the lasting community impact. Every single day I feel inspired and accomplished working alongside incredible coworkers who are knowledgeable, kind and compassionate!"
"The meaning of life is to find your gift. The purpose of life is to give it away."
- Pablo Picasso