Programs and Development
Operations and Communications
Jennifer Agius Martinez
Administrative Assistant and Grants Manager
Kaye Lenox (CEO) – Kaye brings more than 25 years of non-profit experience to Las Casas Foundation, having served as a professional, fundraiser, volunteer, and board member. After serving for 18 years as Director of Special Education for Northside Independent School District, Kaye went on to become the Founding Board President of the San Antonio Children’s Museum and the President and CEO of the San Antonio Library Foundation. Following a brief retirement, she joined Las Casas Foundation, where she’s able to combine her lifelong beliefs of children and education.
Fun Fact: Kaye is an avid traveler; her favorite destinations include Bali, Crete, and Korea, where she visits her son several times a year.
Doren Fein (Programs and Development) – A native San Antonian, Doren began working at the early age of 7, acting professionally in commercials, TV, and film. She took a break from her career in Los Angeles to complete high school and focus on production, earning a B.S. in Radio, Television and Film from the University of Texas at Austin. Following graduation, she resumed her career in LA and acquired a passion for improv while training at the Upright Citizen’s Brigade Theatre and Playhouse West School and Repertory Theatre. Doren now spends her time near the spotlight of two of San Antonio’s treasured theatres, managing Programs and Development for Las Casas. When she’s not assisting in all aspects of Las Casas’ programming, fundraising and outreach and making sure we all stick to our budgets, Doren enjoys spending time with her family and friends. She remains active in SAG/AFTRA and serves on the Advisory Board for The Magik Theatre.
Fun Fact: Doren has known her husband, Ben, since she was three years old.
Ana Flores (Operations and Communications) – More than a decade ago, Ana decided to call San Antonio home in order to pursue and earn a B.A. in Communication Arts from the University of the Incarnate Word. When she’s not scheduling audition times for more than 100 scholarship competition hopefuls, helping members secure the best seats for shows at the Majestic and Empire Theatres, planning a cast party, or trying to keep up with the latest social networking platform, you can typically find her singing show tunes in the car (completely off-key), spending time with family and friends, or traveling to a new city. Her passion for writing and all things social has allowed her to lend her talents to San Antonio Cocktail Conference, Bohanan’s Prime Steaks and Seafood, Women in the World, and more.
Fun Fact: A die-hard musical theatre fan, one of Ana’s most prized possessions is her collection of Playbills (currently two full binders) from every show she’s seen live.
Jennifer Agius Martinez (Administrative Assistant and Grants Manager) – Jenn is still new to San Antonio, having only moved here from New York City in 2015. She is a graduate of Barnard College of Columbia University, where she double majored in Economic History and French Literature. After a brief stint as a freelance production assistant for some truly terrible Reality TV shows, she began working for Gaynor Minden, Inc., a Manhattan based dance supply manufacturer and retailer. A lifelong balletomane, Jenn sits on the Board of the San Antonio Dance Umbrella, and is incredibly pleased to see just how vibrant the dance and theatre scenes are in her new city.
Fun Fact: Jenn has an IMDB acting credit for two appearances on Celebrity Ghost Stories. A typical dancer, she can count to four (and in some cases only to four) in eight languages.