Frances Moody, 24 years old, is passionate and committed to multiple non-profit organizations. Following in the family tradition of philanthropy, she has devoted herself to animal, children, and elderly welfare causes. Frances graduated from Southern Methodist University in 2015 with a degree in Sociology.
From an early age, Frances was known to rescue wounded pigs at her ranch, raise funds for dogs at the shelter and throw Candyland themed birthday parties for the kids at The Ronald McDonald House Of Galveston. She continues to dedicate much of her time to make a difference in the lives of animals, children, and the elderly. Frances currently sits on the board of The Ronald McDonald House of Galveston and Habitat for Horses. Professionally, she is in Real Estate and is the youngest member to ever serve on the board of the Galveston Chamber Of Commerce.
With Frances’ love for all animals she soon realized that Houston PetSet was the organization that had the broadest impact on all the creatures she loves. She plans to use her talents and experience in event planning & fundraising to help further Houston PetSet’s cause. Frances is very honored to pioneer CPYP and has big hopes and visions for what is to come.
Kimberly Falgout is a native Texan who studied at Southern Methodist University. She graduated first in her class with a Bachelors degree in Business Administration and graduated Magna Cum Laude from Southern Methodist University’s Dedman School of Law. After clerking for a federal judge and interning for law firms, Kimberly decided to join the family business and is now Executive Vice President and In-House Counsel at Island Operating Company.
Since returning to Houston in 2014, Kimberly has been involved with several local organizations including The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, The Houston Symphony, Memorial Hermann, The Menil, and K-9 Angels Rescue.
Kimberly is a dog mom of three (a Jack Russell Terrier and two Chihuahuas), and is very passionate about animal welfare. After volunteering with animal rescues for nearly 10 years, Kimberly is well aware of the needs of our communities’ animal welfare organizations. Kimberly’s involvement with several other young professionals organizations in Houston, along with her passion for and experience with animal rescue, will help further Houston PetSet’s mission to end the unnecessary suffering and neglect of Houston’s homeless animals. She looks forward to working with other young professionals and is excited to see what the future holds for CPYP.