June Wilson

June Wilson, executive director emeritus and board member of the Quixote Foundation, combines her talent as a dancer and choreographer with the operational expertise of a COO and strategic acumen of a CEO. She understands people’s physical and emotional interactions within a literal, conceptual or practical space and can quickly translate what she sees into strategic systems. Her unique approach has strengthened nonprofits like the Minnesota Dance Alliance in Minneapolis and the National Performance Network in New Orleans. At Quixote she artfully guided the design and implementation of their “Spend Up” approach to operating within a strategic lifespan and transformed the foundation’s commitment to racial equity. She looks forward to her next stage, where she’ll continue to translate movement into meaningful patterns for those working for social change.

NCFP Blog Posts by June

Uncovering the Layers of Unconscious Bias is the Journey of a Lifetime

When it Comes to Perpetuity, Find Your Own Path

Can Structure Set You Free?

How Can I Be 1% More?

NCFP Webinar Presentations by June

Building Bridges: A Conversation with NCFP’s New Fellows on Racial Equity

Spending Up: A Discussion on Strategic Lifespan at the Quixote Foundation