Natalie Lynn Rekstad
Community Member, Women Moving Millions
Founder & Chief Catalyst, Black Fox Philanthropy
Speaking topics: Soul Journey Philanthropy
Geographic location: Boulder, CO
Willing to travel? Yes
Links to speeches and or/talks: Click here.
Recommended Fees: Available upon request
Contact Information: Please click here to contact Natalie with your request
As Founder & Chief Catalyst of Black Fox Philanthropy, Natalie Lynn Rekstad is a catalyst in service to lifting the world by cultivating, advising, and convening businesses and nonprofits, particularly those who have a passion for accelerating women and girls’ empowerment and leadership. An active supporter of The Women’s Foundation of Colorado since 2007, she now serves as a Board Trustee. Her ultimate vision: A world where men and women lead together with full opportunity and equality. In 2001, she founded Salon d’Arts, Inc., an umbrella nonprofit that produces world-class fine art exhibitions and sales that are modeled after the Paris Salons of the late nineteenth century. Since its inception, Salon exhibitions have raised over $600,000 in net proceeds for Colorado nonprofits. Natalie bequeathed the Salon du Musée brand to the Denver Art Museum in 2011, where the annual exhibit and sale continues to generate acquisition funds, further enriching Denver’s cultural presence. In addition to her nonprofit and philanthropic background, Natalie has 17 years of corporate travel management experience, most recently as VP of Sales and Marketing for Andavo Travel, then the largest woman-owned business in Colorado, a $60 million travel management firm.
Speaking & Panel Engagements:
“Family Philanthropy: Raising Passionate & Engaged Children”, Boulder Country Day, Boulder, CO
“The Transformative Power of Philanthropy”, Webinar for The Leadership Investment
“Success & Significance: Building an Exceptional Life”, Young Presidents’ Organization, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA
“Grit & Grace: Making Sense of Your Soul Curriculum”, Students of “A Leg Even” at YALE University, New Haven, CT
“Consulting for Impact”, Wharton, University of Pennsylvania