Paula Hart

Facilitator

Location: Dallas, Texas
Email: phart@revjengroup.com

Describe an average day for you. 

Learning. Moving. Contributing.

Why are you passionate about RevJen’s work?

Because while nonprofit leaders and organizations change the world every day, RevJen can help them optimize their impact through revenue maximization and leadership development. Everybody can sleep better at night!

If you could wave a magic wand and change one thing about the nonprofit sector, what would it be? 

That every nonprofit could make investments in revenue generation and leadership development…investments that most for-profit organizations take for granted.

Finish this sentence: “On Saturday mornings you can usually find me…”

Skipping the caffeine - doing yoga and walking the dog for energy before heading to the library to feed my reading compulsion.

Paula's Bio

As a facilitator for RevJen’s R2 Executive Forums, Paula supports the career growth and leadership development of nonprofit leaders. Previously, Paula was an award-winning nonprofit executive for 19 years, including roles as President/CEO of two large, complex health and human services organizations. She oversaw a wide range of programs including affordable housing, aging and disabilities services, community justice, mental health, and youth residential treatment. Paula enjoyed using her business skills in mission settings after nearly two decades as a retail and marketing executive at the department store division of Target Corporation. Paula has served on numerous local and national boards and is an active community volunteer. Her strengths include governance, strategic planning and implementation, and organizational development.

Outside of work Paula enjoys living close to family in Dallas, a wide variety of physical exercise, cooking and reading. She completed Stanford’s Executive Education Program for Nonprofit Leaders, has a Master’s in Organizational Leadership from St. Catherine University, and a B.A. in Philosophy from Carleton College, where she graduated magna cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa.