Craig and Kathryn Hall
Friday, October 29, 2021
Hilton Anatole Dallas
6:30 PM Main & Patrons’ receptions
7:30 PM Dinner & Award presentation
The Craig and Kathryn Hall Foundation embodies the shared values of its two founders, Craig Hall and Ambassador Kathryn Walt Hall. Starting early in their lives, both were deeply committed to giving back to their communities through service and philanthropy. Craig worked to promote equal access to opportunity for all Americans chiefly through professional and charitable work related to entrepreneurship, including founding the North Texas chapter of the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship in 2004. Kathryn contributed through her professional roles in law, government, business, and policy-making, as well as through her leadership in establishing the North Texas Food Bank, which has helped to fight food insecurity in the Dallas/Fort Worth area since 1982.
Today, the Halls continue to prioritize their philanthropic efforts, focusing on improving their communities, investing in the arts, promoting responsible business practices, and providing support to entrepreneurs underserved by traditional capital markets.
U.S. Secretary of State (1997-2001)
Lucy and Henry Billingsley
About the H. Neil Mallon Award
Named in honor of the Council’s founder, the H. Neil Mallon Award is presented annually to individuals who have excelled at promoting the international focus of North Texas. Funds raised from this event support the Council’s public and education programming, international exchanges, and diplomatic services.