The Senior Source 2024-2025 Board of Directors Officers and New Members Announced 


The Senior Source President and CEO, Stacey Malcolmson, announced that the 2024-2025 new board officers and members officially assumed their roles at the April 23, 2024 board meeting. 

 “Our new officers and board members come from a variety of backgrounds and industries but all are committed to expanding our reach and elevating the needs of seniors,” Malcolmson said. “The agency is grateful for all our board members who will continue to guide us through our strategic plan to define the next dimension in aging.” 


Den Bishop, (Holmes Murphy & Associates, retired), Chair 

Rebecca Wynne, (Salesforce), Past-Chair  

Sejal Desai, (Akanksha Education Fund), Chair-elect 

Michael Corder (KPMG), Treasurer 

Shannon Woods (Texas Capital Bank), Corporate Secretary  

Todd Nordeen (Texas Capital Bank), Planning Chair  

Pam Busbee (Community volunteer), At-large 

Kim Campbell (Vistra Corp), At-large 

Kimberly Yamanouchi M.D., M.P.H., (UT Southwestern Medical Center, retired), At-large 

New Board Members include Walter Clarke of Hilltop Holdings, Susan Farris, Community Volunteer, Suzan Fenner, retired Gardere Wynne Sewell LLP, Steve Folsom of Folsom Co’s, Ann Frances Jury, Community Volunteer, Reverend Randall Lucas of Lovers Lane United Methodist Church, Jesse Regelado of Bravo! Dental, Jim Riley, retired Exxon Mobil, Robin Robinson, retired Baylor Scott & White Foundation, and Renita Smith of Leap Forward Consulting. 


“The Senior Source is unique in its passion and programs to make life better for older adults in the Dallas community,” Incoming Board Chair, Den Bishop said. “I am humbled and thrilled to contribute my time, energy, and resources as the Board Chair for The Senior Source.” 

Outgoing Board Chair, Rebecca Wynne and Incoming Board Chair, Den Bishop pause for a picture to commemorate the transfer of leadership.

About The Senior Source  

Since 1961, The Senior Source’s mission has been to enhance the quality of life for older adults in greater Dallas. This nonprofit agency serves as the go-to resource for everything older adults may need including financial guidance, advice on long-term care facilities, or ways to connect with others through volunteerism. The agency assists more than 25,000 seniors and their families with the services, programs, and resources they need to be happy and secure in their later years. Learn more at 

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