Dallas Wings WNBA
Nov 17, 2022
LaDondra Wilson
Dallas Wings WNBA

LaDondra Wilson serves as the Dallas Wing's Vice President of Social Responsibility and the Founding Executive Director of the Dallas Wings Community Foundation. LaDondra leads the organization's community engagement efforts, the diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives, and leads the social justice committee. A proud graduate of Leadership Southlake, and the inauguralclass of Emerging Leaders in Philanthropy, LaDondra is a proponent of professional development and servant leadership. After graduating from Texas State University, LaDondra worked as a Master level social worker, emphasizing Advanced Administrative Leadership for non-profit organizations. LaDondra's work has focused on addressing macro social problems and leadership development, non-profit management, program development, and evaluation. Ms. Wilson has been was named the 2013 Tarrant County Case Manager of the Year. She obtained a certificate in Nonprofit Management from the Center of Nonprofit Management (CNM), an Executive Sports Philanthropy Certificate from George Washington University, and a Diversity and Inclusion Certificate from Cornell University. A proud native of South Oak Cliff in Dallas, TX, currently LaDondra serves as the President of the Mayor's Star Council, serves on the Educate Dallas, Parkland Health Foundation, and Rainbow Days Board of Directors. LaDondra serves on the UNT Sport Entertainment Management Advisory Board, Texas A&M-Commerce Sport & Recreation Management Board, Women in Sports and Events, and the Black Sports Professionals of North Texas Board of Directors, and an active member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. LaDondra was named a 2019 Millennial to Watch as a Community Server, a 2020 Community First Award recipient from the Parkland Health Foundation, the 2021 Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. Graduate Good Citizen Award, and a 2021 Dallas Business Journal 40 Under 40 award recipient. As a community agent for over a decade, LaDondra is an advocate for equity, access, and advancement for marginalized communities.