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David M. Weekley, Chairman of David Weekley Homes, began his home building company at the age of 23. Since 1976, David Weekley Homes has been recognized nationally for the company’s progressive management practices, deep care for customers, and award-winning innovation, including being named to FORTUNE magazine’s “100 Best Companies to Work For®” list 11 times.

David holds degrees in Economics and Geology from San Antonio’s Trinity University. He and his wife, Bonnie, have been married for more than 40 years.  They have three children and seven grandchildren.



Robin Bruce serves as President of the David Weekley Family Foundation where she’s honored to partner with exemplary entrepreneurs confronting the greatest challenges of our day. Prior to joining DWFF in 2017, Robin spent four years as the CEO of the Acton School of Business, an award-winning entrepreneurial MBA in Austin, Texas. In her role, Robin had the privilege of walking alongside extraordinary individuals in their journey to become principled entrepreneurs.

Robin holds an MBA from The Acton School of Business and a B.A. from Vanderbilt University. She received Texas Business Hall of Fame's 2010 Award for entrepreneurial achievement. Robin and her husband Taylor live in Austin, Texas with their two sons, Booker and Truett, and a giant goldendoodle named Cooper. 

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As DWFF's International Fellow, Evie Kling manages the foundation's growing international portfolio. Prior to joining DWFF, Evie was a Senior Account Manager at Gerson Lehrman Group and managed the firm's relationships with both global and boutique consulting firms.

Evie graduated with distinction from the University of Virginia and now lives in Austin, TX, where she enjoys year-round sunshine and limitless tacos.