Art Collector, Philanthropist and Civic Volunteer, Dallas
Marguerite Hoffman is a private investor and an active non-profit volunteer. She currently sits on the boards of the Trinity Park Conservancy, the Trinity Park Conservancy Development Corporation, the Cornell Lab of Ornithology and ChipCare, a medical device company based in Toronto. She has chaired the following organizations: the Dallas Museum of Art, the Child Care Group, Planned Parenthood of Northeast Texas and Public Radio International and is a member of Women Moving Millions and the UTSW President’s Advisory Council. Marguerite has received the TACA Silver Cup Award for outstanding leadership in the arts, the ArtTable Distinguished Service to the Visual Arts Award, Planned Parenthood’s Gertrude Shelburne Humanitarian Award, and was cited by Business Week magazine as one of the top 50 philanthropists in the nation.
Photo by David Needleman