Alamo Angels announced Tuesday that Kim Biffle is its new executive director and CEO.

The San Antonio-based group of angel investors, which launched in December of 2016, is now comprised of more than 100 members who have invested in 18 businesses.

Biffle is Alamo Angels third executive director. She replaced Cat Dizon who left to become co-founder and COO of Active Capital, a San Antonio-based venture capital firm that invests in early stage business to business software startups.

“We are living in exciting times and must meet our challenges and opportunities with the help of extraordinary leaders. Kim is exactly that leader Alamo Angels was looking for. She will help us immeasurably and we look forward to collaborating with her and our partners,” Alamo Angels board of director Rahul Patel said in a news statement.

Previously Biffle worked as the director of Annual Fund, vice president of external affairs and chief of engagement at the Witte Museum.

“I am both honored and inspired by the responsibility afforded to me by Alamo Angels. This is a perfect match for my aspirations to make a difference in the world. The work and vision of Alamo Angels will have a meaningful and lasting effect in our community and beyond.  I look forward to helping achieve the mission and work of Alamo Angels,” Biffle said..