Antoinette M. Malveaux is Managing Director of Strategic Engagement and Initiatives for Casey Family Programs (CFP), a function within the Office of the CEO. Her charge is to help change the national conversation to focus on building communities of hope, resulting in increased community ownership of and support for keeping children safe and strengthening families. In pursuit of this goal, Ms. Malveaux and her team work with the CEO and other executives and senior managers at CFP to influence national leaders, organizations, and key stakeholders to embrace multi-sector collaborations with government, community, constituents, business, and philanthropy. Her team also develops and implements strategic initiatives that advance the organization’s mission. The diversity of these initiatives range in focus from working with faith-based institutions, to building mayoral capacity across the nation to focus on reducing violence-related deaths of African American males, and creating bridges in communities for broader community ownership of the safety and well-being outcomes for Latinx and Native American children, youth, and families.
Prior to joining the foundation in 2004, Ms. Malveaux was President and CEO of the National Black MBA Association, Inc. for 12 years, where she successfully transformed the organization. She accomplished this transformation by solidifying its value proposition through designing and implementing new and innovative programming, strengthening its infrastructure and program delivery, increasing its revenue streams and net revenue through partnership strategies, and restructuring its governing body. Prior to entering the nonprofit sector in 1991, she spent 13 years in the financial services sector working in operations, consumer banking, global treasury, and strategic planning. She also designed and taught a curriculum on Strategic Management of Nonprofit Organizations for Howard University's School of Business and Management.
Currently, Malveaux provides board, committee, or advisory group leadership to several philanthropic nonprofit, academic, and child welfare organizations.
Ms. Malveaux earned her BA in economics from the University of San Francisco, MBA from The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, and an Executive Education Certificate for Philanthropic Leaders from Stanford University.