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.