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6444 Burnet Road
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Austin, TX 78757

Angie Lippman, MSSW, PhD, Co-Founder

AngieBefore working with the Aloe Foundation, Angie worked for two years at the National Council on Crime and Delinquency, a nonprofit organization based in Oakland, CA that focuses on criminal and juvenile justice and child welfare. Angie managed several projects at NCCD including several federally funded projects; and the National Girls Institute, a cooperative agreement with NCCD and the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention. She has also worked on community violence prevention efforts targeting gang violence.

Angie has authored peer-reviewed articles, book chapters, and other publications on juvenile justice, resilience, and homeless youth. She has a bachelor’s degree in journalism, a master’s degree in Social Work and a PhD in Social Work from the University of Texas at Austin. Prior to working at NCCD, her employment experience included clinical practice with girls and families exposed to domestic violence and sexual assault at SAFE.

Julie Paul, Executive Director

julieJulie Paul is a native Texan, raised in Houston and has spent the last 25 years in Austin. A proud Longhorn, Julie graduated with honors from the University of Texas with an economics degree. Spending her early career at Dell, Julie gained diverse experience in finance, marketing and operations before transitioning to the nonprofit world. From there, she worked for 5 years at TechNet Texas, a CEO driven, high-tech lobby organization, gaining critical advocacy and fundraising experience. She then returned to the University of Texas as the Assistant Director of Development for the Jackson School of Geosciences where she spent 7 years bringing together alumni with their alma mater, building an effective alumni board with active chapters across the state of Texas and creation of numerous programs to engage alumni with the school. On the development side, Julie increased the school’s annual giving rate to the second highest participation rate across the university and was an integral part of a team that raised over $8 million in less than two years to build a new student center for the school. Post her university work, Julie turned her attention globally, working for Well Aware, a nonprofit bringing life-saving, life-changing water to those who have none in Africa. Julie is now proud to be part of the Aloe Foundation team.

Board of Directors:

Tracy Bethel, Co-Founder
Cacki Young
Sarah Queen
David Springer
Michelle Nguyen
Crystal Tidmore