Alamo Angels Appoints Cat Dizon as its New Executive Director

Cat Dizon, executive director of Alamo Angels, courtesy photo.

Alamo Angels announced this week that Cat Dizon is its new executive director.

The San Antonio-based group of angel investors, which launched in December of 2017, is now comprised of more than 105 members who have invested more than $2 million in 12 businesses.

Dizon is Alamo Angels second executive director. She replaced Chris Burney who will remain on the Alamo Angels board of directors and investment committee.

Dizon is a partner and chief operating officer of Active Capital, a San Antonio-based venture capital firm. She will remain at Active Capital. She previously spent 11 years at Rackspace as a leader in corporate development, mergers and acquisitions, growth businesses and staff operations.

Dizon, who has lived in San Antonio for more than 20 years, is married to a former U.S. Marine and has one young daughter. She graduated from the University of Texas at San Antonio with a bachelor of arts degree in criminal justice.

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