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2024 Board of Directors

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Nick Egan-Lovitt, President

Nick is a licensed real estate agent handling KM Realty's day-to-day marketing activities and commerical real estate in the Dallas area. Nick comes to KM Realty from a background of public relations and international business development. He previously worked for two years at On the Mark Communications and Public Content as a Senior Account Director for some of Houston's premier commercial real estate, restaurant, and hospitality clients. His media connections allow for continuous press outreach on behalf of KM Realty. Before KM, Nick worked for men's grooming brand Jack Black in Dallas for four years as an Assistant Manager of International Business Development. 

Nick is an active member of the International Council of Shopping Centers. He graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a Bachelors of Arts in Plan II Honors and Government, and a minor in Spanish. Nick is married to his partner, Donald, and they have a lovely and outgoing furry feline named Nutella.

Mark Niermann, Vice President & Cofounder

In 2001 Mark co-founded the Gay & Lesbian Fund for Dallas with his husband Enrique. Mark and Enrique were both reelected to the GLFD Board in 2023. For their work in creating GLFD, they were recognized by SMU with its Triumph of the Spirit Award in 2021.  

Mark is currently Associate General Counsel at Integer Holdings Corporation. He graduated from Arizona State University with a Bachelors Degree in Music. He earned his J.D. from Valparaiso University School of Law and Graduate Certificate in Environmental Law & Policy from the University of Colorado.

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Jeremy Watkins, Treasurer

Jeremy is a former Principal Technical Consultant who has worked with a number of Silicon Valley based startups. He has worked in partnership with dozens of Fortune Global 500 clients in the United States and abroad and has a history of creating winning strategies to help achieve significant positive business impact.  

Jeremy graduated from Texas Tech University with a Bachelors of Science in Electrical Engineering, a Bachelors of Science in Computer Science, and a minor in Mathematics. Jeremy is married to Matt Hein, and they have two daughters, Audrey and Annabel. He also has a passion for helping others and is currently serving as a Court Appointed Special Advocate for Dallas CASA and is a volunteer at his daughters’ school.

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Kris Galvan


Kris received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Education in 2009 and completed a Master of Arts in Counseling degree in 2016. Kris has worked in various fields of behavioral health including inpatient acute psychiatric care, HIV treatment and prevention, Foster Care, Alzheimer’s/Aging/ Memory Care, Case Management and Public Relations. Kris is also actively involved in other organizations including Pride In Dallas, National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), as well as instructed various courses of Mental Health First Aid through the National Council for Mental Wellbeing.


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Carlos Gonzalez-Jaime


Carlos Gonzalez-Jaime is the inaugural Executive Director of Transform 1012, a nonprofit organization that, in an act of reparative justice, is transforming Fort Worth’s former Ku Klux Klan auditorium into The Fred Rouse Center for Arts and Community Healing. With a background in consulting, art advisory, and executive roles, Carlos has worked extensively with nonprofit and cultural organizations since 2012, focusing on arts, culture, and social impact.
Previously, he served as the executive director of the Latino Arts Project in Dallas, TX. Carlos holds a Global MBA from Thunderbird School of Global Management and a BS in Industrial and Systems Engineering from Tec de Monterrey. He is actively involved in community initiatives, including serving on The Family Place's Hispanic Advisory Council and as a founding Board Member for the Main Street America Historic Northside District Program and series in an advisory role for the Tarrant County Coalition for Peace and Justice. In 2023, a notable local publication named Carlos one of "The 400 Most Influential People in Fort Worth" in recognition of his dedication to community betterment.
Carlos and his husband, Agustín, have happily lived in Dallas since 2016.


Enrique MacGregor, Cofounder

Enrique MacGregor’s professional career spans across diverse industries, comprising a successful track record in business consulting, a continuous string of leadership roles in nonprofit institutions, and more recently, a policy development role for the City of Dallas.


Enrique currently serves on the board of the Dallas Zoo. Past Board memberships include the Resource Center and the US-Mexico Chamber of Commerce. He has been a Fellow of the prestigious Marshall Memorial Fund since 2001.


In 2001 Enrique co-founded the Gay & Lesbian Fund for Dallas with his husband Mark, and he served as its President until he stepped down in 2009. Enrique and Mark were both reelected to the GLFD Board in 2023. For their work in creating GLFD, Enrique and Mark were recognized by SMU with its Triumph of the Spirit Award in 2021.  


Enrique was born in Texas and raised in Mexico City. He’s the youngest of seven kids. He and his husband Mark have been together 27 years.

Michael Smith

Michael Smith is currently an Insurance Programs Specialist at DART (Dallas Area Rapid Transit), bringing experience from his former agency with Farmers Insurance. Michael received a B.A. from the University of North Texas, and earned his Master's degree in Museology/Museum Studies at the University of Oklahoma.

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