A successful businesswoman and philanthropist, Nadia Cavner has earned a variety of awards for her charitable work. She received the Outstanding Philanthropist of the Year award from the Association of Fundraising Professionals, as well as the Missourian of the Year award, presented by the American Heart Association. Nadia Cavner has held a number of board positions with various entities, including the American Bible Society, the Brite Divinity School at Texas Christian University, and the governor-appointed Missouri Health and Education Facilities Authority.
In addition to being recognized for her philanthropic endeavors, Ms. Cavner has received praise for her business acumen. Named one of the 25 Most Powerful Women in Banking by US Banker, she has been consistently hailed as one of the top investment advisors by Franklin Templeton Investments, researcher R.J. Shook, and Barron’s Magazine.
Nadia Cavner laid the groundwork for her career at Texas Wesleyan University in Fort Worth, where she earned a Bachelor of Science in business administration. Subsequently, she worked on her Master of Business Administration at Texas Christian University.