Meet Tina

Tina Floyd brings to her work over 25 years of organizational management, development and marketing experience within the nonprofit sector. In director, manager and consulting roles, she has contributed to the financial health and program growth of multiple human service, healthcare and educational organizations. She excels in sound program and fiscal administration, diverse fund development including grant and contract management, donor acquisition and corporate relations, branding & positioning, successful team building, and strategic decision-making.

To each position she has held, Tina has applied a sense of urgency to achieve a positive outcome for those being served, and a strong desire to ‘raise the bar’ across all levels of the organization.

Tina has two grown sons, and resides in Richardson, Texas with her husband and 2 dogs.

Tina Floyd Portrait
  • Tina has successfully launched more than 15 of our housing stabilization programs, creating the strategies (or Theories of Change) to accomplish the goals of the programs and the mission of our organization. Most recently, Tina raised the funds and guided the development of a system to measure the impact of our overall work. Tina determines what is needed to succeed and then works to obtain what is needed. Tina works from integrity.  Her reputation is impeccable. She comes through all the time

    John Rowe Executive Director, UESF
  • Tina Floyd continuously demonstrates all the traits of a leader: team player, motivator, cheerleader, visionary, coach and mentor, and to her work applies a solutions-oriented approach. We worked together for 4 years and every assignment was completed on-time, within budget, and with satisfactory outcomes.

    Harriette Mishkin Principal, Performance Concepts
  • Tina is a pleasure to work with. She is professional, dedicated, and a fantastic writer.  She translated our programs complex needs into proposals with such ease. She was responsive and resourceful in identifying opportunities for our organization. I highly recommend her for assistance with fundraising and development.

    Alison Kiss Executive Director, Clery Center
  • I have known Tina professionally for ten years and have worked with her to forge partnerships between our respective organizations. Tina is extremely intelligent, remains calm and rational in any situation, looks for ways to compromise (which is critical to any partnership) and follows through on her commitments. She has skills and experience in every facet of nonprofit operations and management and is a joy to work with. She would be a rare asset working for any nonprofit organization.

    Carrie Kitchen-Santiago Executive Director, Community Learning Center
  • In working with Tina over the past year, I have had the opportunity to witness firsthand her clear thinking, formidable team skills and deep understanding of how organizations work.  She knows how to use these strengths to lead a group to consensus on a change strategy that makes sense and can be implemented.

    Tom Burns Managing Director, Urban Ventures Group, Inc.

Organizations Served

  • American Diabetes Association
  • St. Francis Regional Medical Center
  • Downeast Big Brothers/Big Sisters
  • Hospice of Eastern Maine
  • Partners in Health
  • CardioStart International
  • John Templeton Foundation
  • F. I. R. S. T. Robotics Competitions
  • African American Museum
  • Domestic Abuse Project of Delaware County
  • Clery Center for Security on Campus
  • Livengrin Foundaiton for Addiction Recovery
  • Family Support Line
  • Intercultural Family Services, Inc.
  • ACHIEVEability
  • Utility Emergency Services Fund (UESF)
  • Tina is a pleasure to work with. She is professional, dedicated, and a fantastic writer.  She translated our programs complex needs into proposals with such ease. She was responsive and resourceful in identifying opportunities for our organization. I highly recommend her for assistance with fundraising and development.

    Alison Kiss Executive Director, Clery Center
  • Tina Floyd continuously demonstrates all the traits of a leader: team player, motivator, cheerleader, visionary, coach and mentor, and to her work applies a solutions-oriented approach. We worked together for 4 years and every assignment was completed on-time, within budget, and with satisfactory outcomes.

    Harriette Mishkin Principal, Performance Concepts
  • Tina has successfully launched more than 15 of our housing stabilization programs, creating the strategies (or Theories of Change) to accomplish the goals of the programs and the mission of our organization. Most recently, Tina raised the funds and guided the development of a system to measure the impact of our overall work. Tina determines what is needed to succeed and then works to obtain what is needed. Tina works from integrity.  Her reputation is impeccable. She comes through all the time

    John Rowe Executive Director, UESF
  • In working with Tina over the past year, I have had the opportunity to witness firsthand her clear thinking, formidable team skills and deep understanding of how organizations work.  She knows how to use these strengths to lead a group to consensus on a change strategy that makes sense and can be implemented.

    Tom Burns Managing Director, Urban Ventures Group, Inc.
  • I have known Tina professionally for ten years and have worked with her to forge partnerships between our respective organizations. Tina is extremely intelligent, remains calm and rational in any situation, looks for ways to compromise (which is critical to any partnership) and follows through on her commitments. She has skills and experience in every facet of nonprofit operations and management and is a joy to work with. She would be a rare asset working for any nonprofit organization.

    Carrie Kitchen-Santiago Executive Director, Community Learning Center