Kathy Moxon

As Greenway’s Capital Project Manager, Kathy is helping to develop the organizational strategy to structure funding for projects and link those projects to funding sources, both within the region and beyond. This work is an extension of her focus on mobilizing community capital and bringing money “from Wall Street to Main Street”.

Kathy attained her B.S. in Agricultural Science and Management from University of California at Davis and went on to get additional training in complex public disputes and community and organizational process design.

With over 35 years of capital development experience, Kathy has a keen eye for leadership, corporate management, and achieving well-organized strategic goals. Her extensive knowledge will help create mechanisms to increase the amount of local capital invested in local projects.

In addition to working for Greenway Partners, Kathy provides leadership for Redwood Coast Rural Action (RCRA) and currently serves as a chairperson for the California Stewardship Network. She spends a significant amount of her time as the chairperson of the board of Redwood Forest Foundation (RFFI), has been a long-time board member of Open Door Community Health Centers, and served as president of the Garfield School District Board of Trustees.

Kathy has presented on rural economic and community development for many groups across the nation including the U.S. Economic Development Administration, Northwest Area Foundation, National Rural Assembly, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, California Association for MicroEnterprise Opportunity (CAMEO), W.K. Kellogg’s Rural People Rural Policy initiative and the National Rural Funders’ Collaborative.

When Kathy has a second to relax, you can usually find her with a menagerie of animals hanging out with her 4 children and 4 grandchildren in her Freshwater home.