David M. Davenport, CFRE
David Davenport, CFRE joined the staff at Transplants for Children in June 2018. Previously he served as Director of Estate and Planned Giving at the San Antonio Area Foundation where he led the estate planning and trust administration team. He worked closely with attorneys, donors, and financial advisors to prepare plans that meet each person, couple, or family's individual goals and advises fiduciaries administering trusts and estates. David has also served as President & CEO of C3 Nonprofit Consulting where he led capital and planned giving efforts, launched new development programs and facilitated strategic plan processes with nonprofits located in Washington DC, Chicago, Kansas City and across Texas and CEO of the Capital Area Food Bank in Austin and End Hunger Network, a small food rescue program in Houston. David is a bilateral lung transplant recipient.
Director of Programs
Ms. Sutton is the co-founder of Transplants for Children, along with her late husband, Eric C Sutton. She has been a part of TFC through the years. Ms. Sutton received a degree in Dental Hygiene from Clayton State University in Morrow, Georgia, and a Bachelors of Arts degree in Communication from UTSA, San Antonio, Texas. She has more than 30 years of providing healthcare delivery, education, volunteer management, and nonprofit work.
Ms. Kendall has been with TFC since August 2005 and is accountable for leadership of efficient and effective operational practices within the organization in the areas of finance, personnel administration, and management and operations. Ms. Kendall received a Bachelor of Science degree in health management from Bellevue University in Bellevue, Nebraska, and a Master’s Degree in Nonprofit Management from Our Lady of the Lake University. She has more than 29 years of professional experience in bookkeeping, accounting, human resources, payroll administration, and human services.
Ms. Medellin has worked 20+ years in marketing. She also has corporate experience with companies such as USAA, where she is a member for life. Positions held have been in media, account service, project management, marketing manager, and public relations. Ms. Medellin is a past advisory board member of Guide Dogs of Texas and current member of Grace Avenue Church, where she and two of her three children serve in this community. She can be found as a guest speaker on topics dear to her heart for Texas Organ Sharing Alliance & University Transplant Hospital. Her oldest son is a recent Living Liver Transplant Recipient.
I am a current Sophomore at Northwest Vista College going for my Associates of Science with a Pre-Nursing major. I plan on continuing school for a BSN at either UIW or Texas A&M to become a Registered Nurse. I’ve recently joined the TFC team and have already been introduced to an amazing staff and families under this organization. I hope for many more meaningful greetings and participation at TFC.