Becky Pastner

Becky oversees the administrative management of the Foundation’s grantmaking systems, program evaluation and capacity building, ensuring that the Foundation effectively implements and measures the impact of its community investments.

Becky previously served as the Foundation’s Senior Capacity Building Officer, and as a Program Officer for various health portfolios. Prior to joining the Foundation in 2006, Becky served in several positions related to improving the health and well-being of low-income Texans, including serving as the Deputy Director of the Texas Freedom Network, as Outreach and Education Coordinator at the Political Asylum Project of Austin, and as a researcher for the Children’s Hospital Association of Texas.

Becky received her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Haverford College, and her Master of Public Affairs from the LBJ School at the University of Texas at Austin, where her research focused on health and social policy. Becky was a 2018 McBee Fellow with the Austin Area Research Organization.