Left to right: Henry Toledo, Bri Mulnix and Kellen Manley


July 18, 2022


Erika R. Whitehead, 269.216.1290

KALAMAZOO COUNTY, Mich. -- Kalamazoo Community Foundation (KZCF) hired Henry Toledo as Director of Information Systems & Technology, Kellen Manley as Digital Marketing Manager, and Bri Mulnix as Executive Assistant and Board Liaison.

Toledo comes to KZCF from Kingscott Associates, where he served as the Director of Technology. During his time there, he managed the IT operations and infrastructure for all four Kingscott locations while developing the company’s technological strategy. Toledo is finishing his studies at Western Governors University and is expected to graduate this summer. He holds numerous technology certifications, such as ITIL 4 Foundation in IT Service Management, CompTIA Network+ and CompTIA A+. Toledo also holds a Certified Associate in Project Management certification.

Toledo is fluent in Spanish and serves as a volunteer for the Special Olympics WMU chapter. He is interested in 3D printing, soccer and boxing.

“I said yes to KZCF because I get to be part of an organization that truly gets to make a meaningful impact in my local community,” Toledo said. This is truly important to me, especially as I grow my family in this city that I love so much.”


Manley comes to KZCF from the Fetzer Institute, where he served as the Digital Media Manager. During his time there, he was involved with content creation, social media and website management, email marketing, convening support, and other multimedia management tasks. Additionally, Manley traveled to multiple countries in Europe during his time there. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in film, video and media studies from Western Michigan University.

Manley is currently the Board President of Glass Art Kalamazoo. He is also the co-founder of Tom Hanks Day, an international fundraising event that supports Lifeline Energy. In addition to traveling to Europe, he spent two weeks in Zambia in 2016 as part of his work with International Tom Hanks Day. Manley is a major soccer fan and enjoys playing as well as watching. He is also a musician who loves punk rock and reggae. Manley is also a comedy enthusiast.

“I said yes to joining KZCF because I saw it as an opportunity to use my skill sets to give back to the community I have grown to love over the last 20 years,” Manley said. “I have spent my entire professional career in the nonprofit sector, but much of my work was in support of communities across the country and around the globe. This position at KZCF is a chance to focus my efforts and work directly within the Kalamazoo community. I am beyond excited for the opportunity to be a part of the KZCF team.”


Mulnix comes to KZCF from YWCA Kalamazoo, where she served as the Executive Assistant to the CEO. While there, she managed the CEO’s calendar and provided strategic support for the CEO, executive leadership and Board of Directors with exceptional confidentiality. Prior to this, Mulnix worked for the Grand Rapids Michigan Department of Transportation as a front desk administration staff member. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in public and nonprofit administration.

Mulnix participated in the 2022 Leadership Cohort Programme hosted by World YWCA, where she connected with ten other women worldwide and worked as a team to solve complex issues in unique areas. She also spent two months outside Quito, Ecuador, in 2018, working on her Spanish language skills and gaining experience with SWOT analysis in rural communities.

Mulnix was also a part of the Manna Project, a program that provides safe, afterschool spaces for children to get assistance with homework, practice English and receive helpful resources to address additional needs. Mulnix enjoys hiking, rollerblading, and traveling with her husband and their two dogs. She also enjoys oil painting, listening to music and gardening.

“I ultimately said yes to KZCF because of the culture and pride in this work shared during my interview process,” Mulnix said. “I also see this opportunity as a way to not only be a part of a wonderful pillar in this community but to use my skills to support its people from a new angle!”

Learn more about KZCF career opportunities at kalfound.org/About/Careers.

KZCF, established in 1925, has the vision of Kalamazoo County being the most equitable place to live, with the mission to remove barriers through building relationships and connecting resources so people can reach their full potential. Learn more at kalfound.org.