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Heather Lothes, CAP®

Donor Relations Officer, Collin County
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Favorite quote
"You gain strength, courage, and confidence by every experience in which you really stop to look fear in the face. You must do the thing you think you cannot do."
— Eleanor Roosevelt
Favorite Aspect of CFT
"I have the Disney of adult jobs and love working at CFT. My favorite part of my job is connecting with people and building relationships. I enjoy listening and learning about what is important to others in their charitable journey."
Joined CFT

As a donor relations officer for Collin County, Heather cultivates and stewards relationships connecting individuals, families and organizations to their philanthropic interests. Her passion is working with CFT donors to enhance their journey as they navigate their charitable interests.

Prior to joining CFT, Heather was the treasurer for Riata Corporate Group where she managed all corporate financial activity,  prepared budgets and reports, and created and monitored policies and procedures. Additionally, she was exposed to various business structures, major asset sales, and a variety of industries.

Heather holds a Bachelor of Business Administration in accounting from Texas Tech University.


Heather is currently serving as President-Elect for the Women’s Auxiliary to Children’s Medical Center in Plano. Additionally, she serves on the board of National Charity League – Prosper Chapter and on the Launch Committee for Compass School of Texas. Heather is active with Prosper Education Foundation, and she is active with the Junior League of Collin County.

Heather’s Favorites
Local Restaurant
Whiskey Cake and Haywire
Place to take out-of-towners
Downtown McKinney and The Shops At Legacy
Spending time with my family, sports, shopping, and finding new restaurants.

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