Executive Director, Alzheimer’s
Association Capital of Tx chapter
Delia Jervier has worked in the nonprofit industry
for over 24 years serving in a variety of roles starting
with delivering programs and services for people
with diabetes at the American Diabetes Association
for 17 years. During her tenure at the ADA, she
worked diligently to raise awareness and support the
families of those affected by the disease. She started her
tenure with the Alzheimer’s Association as the director
of chapter operations at the organization’s home office
and more recently as the executive director for the Capital
of Texas Chapter. She has a well-rounded knowledge of
the mission of the association and the programs and
services they provide to people with Alzheimer’s disease
and their caregivers
Executive Director, AGE of Central Texas
Suzanne Anderson, Executive Director, joined the AGE of Central Texas Team in November of 2018, bringing a knowledge of non-profit management to the movement.
In her previous career with Special Olympics Texas spanning 26 years, Anderson supervised all aspects of competition and games, training, outreach and families, volunteers and statewide field operations. Under her leadership, Special Olympics Texas served more athletes than ever before with a strategic growth plan for continued outreach and support of people with intellectual disabilities and closely related developmental disabilities. In addition, Anderson led the way for a Global Partnership with Mexico, including support of trainings and lending her expertise. Most recently, Anderson served as the Interim CEO of Special Olympics Texas.
Anderson holds both a B.A. and M.A. from Trinity University in the field of psychology.