Board of Directors/Board Member
Fort Worth, TX

Marsha Kleinheinz is a dedicated and community-minded professional with extensive experience serving on numerous boards and committees for various organizations in Fort Worth, Texas. She has a successful track record in planning, developing, and executing events and initiatives. Marsha’s education and training include a CPCU (Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter) from the College of Insurance in New York and a Bachelor of Science in Business from Southern Methodist University in Dallas.

Marsha’s experience includes serving as a board member for Saving Hope Foundation, Performing Arts of Fort Worth, Gill Children’s Services, The Cliburn, and The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth. In these roles, she has engaged in fundraising and resource development efforts, utilized networks and resources to inspire collective action, and approved organizational strategies, budgets, and business decisions. Marsha has also participated in various committees to meet specialized goals, communicated with valuable partners and recruited potential board members, and collaborated with executive partners to establish long-term goals, strategies and company policies.

In addition to her professional achievements, Marsha has completed Docent training for The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth. She has also signed and approved budgets for new funding and program initiatives, implemented strategies to take advantage of new opportunities, and fulfilled fiduciary responsibilities.

Marsha is a dedicated and experienced community leader with a passion for improving organizations and institutions. She resides in Fort Worth with her husband, John, and enjoys spending time with their three grown children and grandchildren.

DCI Fellow: John Kleinheinz