Tuesday, January 10, 2012
Tuesday, December 4, 2012
The Leadership Series will take place at the Salvation Army Kroc Community Center. The Community Center is easy to reach by public or private transportation. The full address is:
The Salvation Army
Ray & Joan Kroc Center
240 Turk Street
San Francisco, CA 94102
The December 4th seminar will be in the Activity Room 3 on the third floor.
The Kroc Center is accessible by both Muni Bus and BART.
Getting There By Bus: Muni bus routes 16X and 31 stop directly in front of the Kroc Center. The 5, 9 and 19 bus routes stop within 2 blocks of the Kroc Center at the corner of Turk Street & Leavenworth Street. Walking Directions from Leavenworth Street to meeting venue: Exit bus stop to right. You are on Turk Street. Venue will be approximately 1 minute walk on Turk Street. Meeting Venue will be on right.
Getting There By Train: The closest BART Station is Civic Center which is 3 blocks from the Kroc Center. The following trains stop at the Civic Center: Blue, Green, Red & Yellow.
Walking directions from Civic Center to meeting venue: Exit Civic Center making a right on Market Street. Make a left on Leavenworth Street (you will cross through Heart of the City Farmer`s Market Park). Follow Leavenworth to Turk Street. Make a right on Turk Street. Venue will be on the right. It is approximately a six minute walk from Civic Center to meeting venue.
Directions by Car:
From East Bay (Bay Bridge)
Take 80 West to San Francisco (towards Bay Bridge). After crossing bridge, exit at 5th Street (left lane exit). Take a slight left at Harrison Street, and then right at 6th Street. Continue on 6th Street until it crosses Market Street and becomes Taylor Street, then turn left at Turk Street. The Kroc Center will be on your right.
From the North Bay (Golden Gate Bridge)
If traveling from The Golden Gate Bridge take US-101 South to San Francisco. After crossing the bridge, continue on Lombard Street. Turn right at Van Ness Avenue. Turn left at O`Farrell Street. Turn Right at Jones Street. Turn Right on Turk Street. The venue will be on your left.
From the South Bay
If traveling from the South Bay you can take Highway 280 North to San Francisco (towards Downtown SF/Bay Bridge). Exit at 6th Street. Continue on 6th Street until it crosses Market Street and becomes Taylor Street. Turn left at Turk Street. The Kroc Center will be on your right. If using Highway 101, take 101 North to the 101/280 intersection, then proceed on 280 North as described above.
For area map, please visit: www.krocsf.org/directions
On Street parking is limited near the meeting venue. There are several parking garages within walking distance of the meeting location.
Turk Street Garage and Open Lot, 175 Turk Street, San Francisco, CA 94102
This garage is located at the intersection of Turk and Jones Street. The Garage charges $6 for all day parking. Cash only.
Walking directions from garage to meeting venue: Exit parking garage and make a left on Turk Street. The Kroc Center will be on your right. It is approximately a one minute walk from garage to meeting location.
Toca Park, 265 Eddy Street, San Francisco, CA 94102
This garage charges $7.00 for all day parking. Cash only.
Walking directions from garage to meeting venue: Exit parking garage making left on Eddy Street. Walk approximately 1/2 block to Jones Street. Make a left on Jones Street. Follow Jones Street to Turk Street. Make a right on Turk Street and the venue will be on your left.
Alternate Transportation Options
Yellow Cab (415) 333-3333
Green and White Cab (415) 626-4733
Brisen has been involved in development for 13 years. In her current position, she is responsible for all areas of advancement for Urban, including writing grants and stewardship reports for capital, endowment and program support. Previously, as Development Director at the Community School of Music and Arts in Mountain View, Brisen produced and oversaw 150+ foundation and corporate proposals and reports annually. She researched and identified new prospects, and worked closely with foundation officers and corporate relations departments to establish and strengthen partnerships and build new opportunities for funding. Brisen currently serves as a fundraising volunteer for Pacific Primary as a Development Committee member and Auction Solicitations and Underwriting Chair, and at Mills College where she is an Annual Fund Class Captain. She earned a BA in Economics from Mills College and a MBA from UC Berkeley, Haas School of Business. She is a member of ABADO (Association of Bay Area Development Officers). Brisen has also been a panelist on ABADO and CAPS (California Advancement Partnership for Schools) presentations.
Adam has been involved in proposal writing for 8 years. In his current position, he is responsible for researching new grant opportunities and building relationships with current and past grantors. Before that, he worked as a consultant in the nonprofit sector writing proposals, and helping nonprofit administrators develop language for future grant writing opportunities. Adam serves as the Secretary/Board Development Chair for San Francisco Hillel. He earned a Masters in Nonprofit Administration from University of San Francisco and a BA in French Civilization from University of Wisconsin - Madison. He is a member of Association of Fundraising Professionals and the Development Executive Roundtable.
Erica has been involved in proposal writing for 4 years. In her current position, she develops proposals to corporate and foundation donors and prepares accompanying budgets. Previously, as a freelance Grant Writer for various nonprofits, Erica was responsible for researching funding opportunities and developing proposals for nonprofit clients. She continues to work on a contract basis for causes that don't compete with HSF for funding. Before that, she worked as Grant Coordinator at the New York City Mayor's Office where she was responsible for managing a grant portfolio of over $73 million in state and federal funding. She worked with citywide criminal justice agencies to ensure accurate reporting and the successful submission of all criminal justice grant applications that passed through the Mayor's Office. She earned a Bachelor's Degree in Political Science from University of San Diego and a Master's Degree in American Politics from Catholic University of America. She is a member of the American Grant Writer's Association and the San Francisco Junior League.
Jen has been involved in nonprofit fundraising and marketing for 20 years. In her current position, she is responsible for leading all on- and offline fundraising efforts. Her online fundraising activities include developing and executing campaigns that integrate social media, email, and website strategies, and working with 826’s chapters nationwide to strengthen their online fundraising efforts. Previously, as VP of Development at The Bay Citizen, an online media startup, Jen helped launched the online giving program, working on everything from drafting donation forms and thank you pages to writing e-appeals. Before that, she worked as Managing Director at Poets & Writers where she managed the website, launched an income-generating newsletter, and built the organization’s social media presence. She earned an MFA in Writing from The New School University and a BA in Journalism from Marquette.
Peggy has been involved in online fundraising for 7 years. In her current position, she is responsible for leading all fundraising efforts: end of year campaign (95% of it done online), major donors cultivation and foundation donations. This includes drafting and executing an online social media strategy, developing appealing newsletters and launching the concept of online fundraising champions. Previously, as Co Director at the Natural Capital Institute, Peggy was responsible for the online social media presence, developing a strategy to attain new donors and create appealing stories that lead to the act of giving. She earned an MBA in Management and Sustainability from SFSU. She is a member of Board Source, Green & Sustainability Innovators & Innovation Network, NTEN: The Nonprofit Technology Network and The Chronicle of Philanthropy
Greg has been involved with online fundraising for ten years. In his current position, he is responsible for charting Friends of the Urban Forest's comprehensive online fundraising strategy. This includes creating online campaigns, incorporating social media, and redesigning the website's donation portal which drove an 18% increase in online donations in 2011. Concurrently, Greg serves as Executive Director of National High Five Project, which creates online charity events that are based on traditional charity events but can be scaled exponentially.
Greg earned a bachelors degree in Political Science from the University of Virginia.
Allan has been involved in online fundraising for 12 years. In his current position as a CEO of PowerSite123 (aka CharityFinders), he helps nonprofits create world-class websites, social media, and online marketing to further their mission. He speaks worldwide on online fundraising, and how to create e-philanthropy websites. Previously, Allan was co-founder of i-Cube, where he was responsible for helping large organizations use leading technology to increase their revenue. Prior to founding i-Cube, Allan was a technology strategy consultant at Arthur Anderson and First Consulting Group. Allan holds an M.B.A from UCLA, and is the co-author of Internet Management for Nonprofits. He was given the Volunteer Service Award by President George W. Bush in 2006.
Campbell has been involved in program evaluation work for 12 years. In his current position, he is responsible for overseeing all evaluation project work at the San Joaquin Community Data Co-Op. This includes evaluation design, logic model construction, survey design, data analysis, data interpretation, report writing, and evaluation presentations. Previously, as Project Director at the Center for Organizational Research and Evaluation (at Penn State University at Erie), Campbell was responsible for directing a large-scale outcomes evaluation of a prison-parenting program with the Pennsylvania Department of Corrections. His program evaluation duties in this position included literature reviews, instrument design, key informant interviews with program participants, direct observations, supervision of research assistants and the direction of the telephone survey process, and report writing. He earned a Master's degree in Sociology from San Jose State University and a BA in Sociology from U.C. Davis. He is a member of the American Evaluation Association and has had extensive experience training nonprofits on the topics of data and evaluation.
John has been involved in evaluation for 8 years. In his current position, he is responsible for outreach and education related to applied psychology, with a specialization in program evaluation. Previously, as External Evaluator at Changemakers Committee at Pitzer College, John was responsible for Development of program evaluation logic models, tools, and analysis plans for a series of programs supported by a grant initiative given by the Weingart Foundation. Before that, he worked as External Evaluator at Center for California Cultural Studies Institute at Pitzer College where he was responsible for Development of program evaluation tools and analysis plans for their internship programs. John currently serves as Co-Convener for Southern California Evaluation Association. He earned M.S. in Applied Psychology from University of Wisconsin-Stout. He is a member of American Evaluation Association. In addition, he is a doctoral candidate at Claremont Graduate University, specializing in evaluation and applied research methods. He has taught courses on using psychology to understanding social problems and has been a workshop facilitator on various topics in evaluation. He researches how to best prepare evaluators for the challenges they face in their work.
Andrew has been involved in program development and evaluation for 12 years. As the Vice President of Programs for First Place Andrew oversees the implementation of program services, contract management, data collection and program evaluation, as well as staff training and professional development. Andrew has been responsible for the design of the organization’s evaluation database into a data collection system which has been hailed as a leading performance management system in the nation. As a result of this, he was invited to participate in Social Solutions’ National Advisory Board, providing feedback on best practices in performance management for service providers around the country. Andrew has also been integral in the design and implementation of First Place’s Theory of Change which is currently undergoing a Formative Evaluation by Public/Private Ventures to prove the fidelity of First Place's program model. Previously, as the Director of Employment and Education at Larkin Street Youth Services, Andrew was responsible for the design, implementation and evaluation of numerous job readiness trainings, workforce development programming, and retention services. He earned a BA in English from UC Davis. He is a member of Alliance for Nonprofit Management,
Bridgestar Nonprofit COO Network, and the
UC Davis Alumni Network.
Ben has been involved in website marketing for 15 years. In his current position as Director of Public Relations for Friends of the Urban Forest, he helps the organization utilize its web presence to attract, engage and motivate various constituencies. This includes a current project to overhaul its website to provide a better user experience and increase traffic. Ben is a founding partner of DonorMagnet.com, a consultancy that helps non-profit organizations convert their web and social media visitors into donors. Previously, Ben was a member of the executive team of Turner Strategies, a Washington, D.C. public relations agency. In this position, he was responsible for creating web content and increasing traffic to web sites by raising his clients' visibility in the media. Ben earned a B.F.A. from the Rhode Island School of Design.
Susan has been involved in online marketing for 5 years. In her current position as a consultant, she works with her nonprofit clients to develop online content and social media marketing that drives traffic to their websites. Susan has expertise in search engine optimization, using Google AdWords, and Facebook ads. Previously, as Marketing and Communications Specialist at The Association of Junior Leagues International, Inc. (AJLI), Susan was responsible for research and content development to increase website traffic and enrollment to AJLI's online volunteer resource area and raise its media profile. Susan expanded AJLI's external communications strategy to include the use of popular social networking tools. She earned a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology from Cornell University.
Krista has been involved in website marketing for over 15 years. In her current position, she is responsible for SEO search, social media strategies, and website strategy and design. Previously, she was Sr. Director of Marketing & Industry Relations at the Professional Risk Managers International Association where she used the website to further the branding of their risk management certification programs, education and membership. Krista currently serves as Chair/Member for Community Policing Advisory Board, City of Oakland Commission, the Maxwell Park Neighborhood Council and the International Chiari Association of Santa Barbara. She earned a B.A. in Communications from Mills College in Oakland.
Jaski Singh has been developing website strategies for more than a decade. In his current position at New America Media, he wears two hats, Internet Marketing Director and Web Producer. He monitors traffic and works with editorial and tech teams to increase visibility for NAM by optimising content, and coordinating social media and syndication efforts. Previously, he was the Webmaster for India-West, where he was responsible for maintaining, updating and promoting the website. He served as a sub-editor for Nation Multimedia, where he helped bring out the weekly personal technology supplement. He obtained his bachelor’s degree from Delhi University and his master’s from Garhwal University, India.
Artrese has been involved in volunteer management for 20 years.
In her current position, she is responsible for ensuring Project Open Hand's volunteer needs are met. This includes ensuring that volunteers are present, trained, supervised, and recognized.
Before moving to the Bay Area she worked as a VISTA Volunteer with Volunteers in Service to America (VISTA) where she was responsible for creating a volunteer program and developing volunteer opportunities for at risk youth in her hometown of Reading, PA. Artrese currently serves as a Board Member for ANSA -Association of Nutrition Services Agencies and is the former Board Chair. She earned a BA in Philosphy from Dickinson College.
Tracy has been involved in volunteer management for 12 years. In her current position, she is responsible for volunteer intake and assessment, and volunteer assignments. Before that, she worked as Event Manager at Center for Research Libraries where she was responsible for managing large numbers of student volunteers to coordinate several yearly academic conferences. This included supervising volunteer travel, check-ins, and facilities management. Tracy currently serves as a Board Member for four organizations: Media and Democracy Coalition, Alliance for Community Media (Western Region), Pacifica Foundation, and Common Frequency. She earned a Bachelor's in English Literature from San Francisco State University and a Master's in English Literature from San Franicsco State University.
Lisa has been involved in volunteer management for 12 years. In her current position, she is responsible for managing volunteers who handle development, marketing and outreach to radio stations; as well as some supervision of volunteers who work in production. She also directs bookkeeping and administrative volunteers and documents processes developed by these volunteers. Previously, as Director of the Women's Desk at National Radio Project, Lisa was responsible for co-creating projects from the ground up with volunteers in an editorial and production hub. She also worked with volunteers to attract independent funding to the Women's Desk. Additionally, she rotated short and long-term volunteers through various roles. Before that, she worked as a Trainer/Video Producer at World Savings and Loan where she was responsible for recruiting corporate employees to volunteer as extras in internal employee training videos. Lisa currently serves as a volunteer for Abortion Access. She earned a Bachelor's in History, Film and Women's Studies from Dartmouth. She is a member of Media Consortium, National Federation of Community Broadcasters, and the Women's Media Equity Collaborative.
DeAnna has been involved in fundraising for 3 years. As Advancement Director at MapLight, she is responsible for finding, cultivating, and managing relationships with major donors; grantwriting; and directing small-donor solicitations via direct mail, online, and social media. She also designs and maintains systems for keeping track of leads, donors, foundations, partners, and others, and creates and executes an annual plan to guide fundraising activities and associated organizational commitments. DeAnna also currently serves as board member and secretary for Friends of Berkeley Animal Care Services, an emerging nonprofit, and serves on the steering committee of the Northside Community Garden. She earned a BA in Cultural and Social Anthropology from Stanford University.
Goldie has been involved in development for more than 15 years. A co-founder in a firm providing development services to clients, Goldie specializes in grant writing, event planning, individual, foundation & corporate research, and major gifts. As a consultant, she assists nonprofits in all aspects of fundraising. She is the Director of Advancement at the National Women's Health Network in DC. As Director of Development at Equal Rights Advocates, she secured funding for the $1.6m organization and coordinated their annual fundraiser, netting a more than 65% profit. Previously, as Senior Development Officer at the Society for Women's Health Research, Goldie was responsible for identifying, cultivating and sustaining individual contributions totaling up to $2.9m annually. This included an annual black-tie event for 700 attendees worth $1.2m in revenue. As the first Director of Development for the Legal Aid Society of the District of Columbia, she surpassed budgetary goals and created a budget surplus for three consecutive fiscal years. She developed a successful long-term fundraising plan, including an implementation plan to sustain and increase annual revenue. She has presented to Merrill Lynch and the Direct Marketing Association (DMA). She earned a BA in Political Studies from Bard College.
Leah has been involved in development for 15 years. Currently, she directs the fundraising of two related national non-profits, one established and one emerging, both of which operate on a shoestring budget. Leah develops and implements annual fundraising plans, which include individual and law firm giving, major gifts, special events, including a gala, planning giving, and grants. Previously, as Director of Development of Magic Theatre, she oversaw all fundraising programs, including major gifts, special events, including a Gala, direct mail, and corporate, foundation, and government grants. Major achievements included increasing annual contributed income by 60% in three years; expanding the donor base; professionalizing department operations; and implementing an emergency campaign, which raised $500,000 in six weeks. Leah also has worked professionally as a fundraiser for American Conservatory Theater and the Bay Area Discovery Museum. She currently serves on the Board of the Art Monastery Project and is a former Board Member of Jewish Voice for Peace. She earned an MA in Arts Administration from Golden Gate University, a JD from Columbia University, and a BA from George Washington University.
Kelley has been involved in proposal writing for 25 years. In her current position as a consultant, she is responsible for developing and maintaining funder relations, researching opportunities for funding, writing proposals and managing all grantsmanship activities. Previously, as President & CEO at National Community Development Institute, Kelley was responsible for writing proposals to secure and maintain funding for national and local foundation-led initiatives. Before that, she worked as President & CEO at the Indianapolis Private Industry Council where she was responsible for writing and securing federal grants from the Department of Labor, HUD and HHS to support workforce initiatives. Kelley currently serves as an active member of Trinity House Academy (Chair); Skillman Foundation 2016 Task Force; UWBA Regional Sparkpoint Advisory Committee; World Conquerors Church Vision in Action Team (Co-Chair); CDC Bay Area Health Equity Advisory Group; and Alliance for Nonprofit Management Governance Committee and People of Color Affinity Group. She earned her Bachelors of Science in Pre-Med/Zoology from Ohio University and an MBA in Management from University of Phoenix, San Jose Campus. She is a member of the Alliance for Nonprofit Management and Board Source.
Kristine has been involved in proposal writing for ten years. In her current position, she is responsible for generating nearly $4 million in revenue from corporations, foundations, and individuals. This includes writing grant proposals and reports, budgets, and cultivation activites. Prior to joining Habitat, Kristine served as Director of Development at Edgewood Center for Children and Families, where she was responsible for securing over $1 million annually in grant funding both programmatic and general support. Kristine earned her B.A. in Liberal Arts and Sciences with a concentration in English from the University of Illinois and an M.F.A. in Creative Writing, concentration poetry from San Francisco State University.
Lynn has been involved in proposal writing for 22 years. In her current position, she is responsible for managing the agency's grants and contracts and developing new funding opportunities. This includes all phases of proposal development, from researching funding prospects, collaborating with program staff in developing outcomes, writing grants and proposals, and being the conduit between program staff and funders. Before that, she worked as Director of Fund and Program Development at the Urban Services YMCA where she raised funds to support Urban Services YMCA programs for children, youth and families. This included writing grant proposals to corporations, foundations and government agencies and developing relationships between her organization and various city, county and state agencies. She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in English from UC Berkeley.
John has been involved in financial management for 10 years. In his current position, he is responsible for producing quarterly financial reports and annual financial statements, running payroll and accounts payable, cost allocations for grants management, handling banking relationships - checking, savings, investment and reserve accounts, as well as budgeting - creating and tracking performance. Previously, as Director of Finance and Administration at Health Initiatives for Youth, John was responsible for financial management, personnel management, budgeting and planning. Before that, he worked as Executive Director at Men Overcoming Violence where he was responsible for overall program and financial management and planning. John currently serves as a Finance Committee Member for San Francisco Education Fund. He earned a Bachelor's in Business and Economics from Macalester College and a Master's in Clinical Psychology from New College of California.
Toby has been involved in financial management for over 10 years. In her current position, she is responsible for creating program and annual budgets that speak to a variety of stakeholders (including funders, board members, and program staff); monitoring and updating budget projections to fit an ever-changing landscape, and making sure everybody gets paid. Toby earned her BA in Politics, Economics, Rhetoric & Law from the University of Chicago and an MBA in finance & marketing from the University of Chicago's Graduate School of Business. She is a member of Shakespeare Theater Association, and Theater Bay Area, and believes that goodwill and integrity are the most valuable assets of each individual and every organization.
Kurt has been involved in management and finance for 25 years. In his current position, he is responsible for all planning, budgeting, accounting, financial analysis and cash management. Previously, as COO/CFO at Copia, Kurt was also responsible for all planning, budgeting, accounting, financial analysis and cash management functions. He successfully managed the financing and construction of the $55 million project leading to COPIA’s opening in November 2001. Before that, he worked as Director of Business and Finance at New World School for the Arts. where he was responsible for finance and budgeting for this nationally acclaimed high school and college for the arts. Kurt currently serves as Treasurer for Friends of Mint Plaza. He earned his MBA in Finance from University of Florida and a BS in Mechanical Engineering from University of Rochester. He is a member of American Association of Museums, CFO Forum, and the Non Profit Leadership Conference.
Mark has rich experience in financial management. He just joined Fort Mason Center from the YWCA in August 2012. While in the YWCA, he developed and managed organizational budgets, and performed fiscal planning and forecasting throughout the year. This included preparing and presenting bi-monthly financial statements to the Board of Directors, overseeing internal transactions between two corporations, monitoring investment funds, and running Investment Committee meetings. He also resolved audit issues for two entities, one of which requires a Federal A-133 audit. Before coming to the YWCA, Mark had worked in the finance department of a local independent advertising agency, managing the accounting for various marketing campaigns, including a high-profile political campaign for the office of attorney general. Mark is a licensed CPA, and holds an MBA and a BA in Accounting from San Francisco State University.
Dana has been conducting program evaluations for 7 years. In her current position she is responsible for planning and implementing a variety of evaluation projects that together assess organizational effectiveness. This includes developing research and evaluation goals for the organization, designing effective data collection tools, collaborating to interpret the results, and sharing results in ways that ensure use of data. Previously, as a Program Evaluator at the California STD/HIV Prevention Training Center, Dana was responsible for evaluating the organization's training and capacity building activities, as well as building internal capacity for program evaluation. Before that, she worked as a Health Planner at LifeLong Medical Care where she was responsible for grant management and developing monitoring and evaluation systems that met both funding requirements and internal staff needs. Dana currently serves as a voluntary Health Educator for Envision Schools. She earned a Bachelor's in Gender Studies from Occidental College and a Master's in Public Health from the University of Hawaii. She is a member of the American Evaluation Association.
Mario has been involved in program evaluation for 7 years. In his current position, he is responsible for designing systems for scale and evaluating program impact at ACE. His program evaluation activities include establishing metrics and using quantitative and qualitative data to assess progress towards organizational priorities. Previously, as the Latin America Director at International Student Volunteers, Mario was responsible for setting up and evaluating volunteer participation programs throughout Latin America. His program evaluation activities included assisting stakeholders in the design of management plans, performing assessment of project progress towards goals, and evaluating participant satisfaction with the program. He earned a Bachelor's in Biology from the University of the Ozarks and a Master's in Geosystems Analysis from Appalachian State University.
Theresa has been involved in program evaluation for 12 years. In her current position, she is responsible for accountability, evaluation and research activities of the First 5 San Francisco's Children and Families Commission. There she applies evaluation concepts to ensure that the organization's programs have been clearly defined; there are mechanisms for measuring effectiveness and impact; and data-driven decision making is the basis for ongoing quality of programs and services. Previously, as a Consultant at Hatchuel Tabernik and Associates, Theresa was responsible for designing and managing several large-scale, multi-year program evaluations for nonprofits, spanning a wide variety of content areas, program settings, and funding streams. Her evaluation approach is often paired with training and group facilitation, and is enhanced by the diverse perspectives she offers from having been a clinician and classroom teacher prior to her work as an evaluation consultant. Theresa currently serves as Co-Chair for of the San Francisco Family Support Network Evaluation Committee and Collaborative Coordinator of San Francisco's Family Development Matrix Project. She earned her BA in Elementary Education from Boston College and an MSW in the Management and Planning specialization for Children and Families from UC Berkeley's School of Social Welfare.
Julie has been involved in volunteer management for 22 years. In her current position, she is responsible for over 2000 volunteers. Her volunteer management activities include corporate volunteer partnerships, recruiting professional volunteers to share their business expertise and creating a fellowship program that transformed the organization during the economic downturn. Previously, as Deputy Director at MERIT School of Music, Julie was responsible for recruiting board members, working with probono firms and alumni and family volunteers. Before that, she worked at Chicago Foundation for Women where she was responsible for coordinating event committees and volunteers. Julie currently serves as Board Director for Cypress Quartet, NCLR, and AEO. She studied Social Service Administration from University of Chicago and Human Development and Social Policy at Northwestern University.
Bridget has been involved in volunteer management for eight years. In her current position, she runs a volunteer program that includes recruiting, training, placing, acknowledging and evaluating board members, corporate volunteers and community volunteers. Previously, as Development Director at Pacific Autism Center for Education, Bridget was responsible for recuiting, training and managing skill-based volunteers, direct care volunteers, committees members, and event volunteers. Before that, she worked as Development Coordinator at St. Vincent Family Centers where she ran the agency's volunteer program with 20 weekly direct care volunteers, over 200 one-time volunteers yearly, and many corporate volunteer days which involved up to 60 volunteers in one day. She earned her Master's in Business Administration from San Jose State University and a Bachelor's of Science in Organizational Communications from Ohio University. She is a member of Association of Fundraising Professionals.
Katie has been involved in volunteer management for 15 years. In her current position, she recruits, trains, and staffs the Clinic with 90 volunteer Health Workers who work a 4-hour shift once a week and 30 volunteer Clinicians who come in twice a month to deliver healthcare services. She trains roughly 60 new volunteers a year. Previously, as the Community Engagement Manager at Planned Parenthood Shasta-Diablo, Katie oversaw volunteer recruitment, including a monthly volunteer event, and maintenance of the volunteer database. Katie coordinated and facilitated an 18 member Client Advocacy Task Force. Before that, she was the Bay Area Project Manager at Physicians for Reproductive Choice and Health where she was responsible for building relationships, coalitions and alliances. She recruited and oversaw PRCH’s volunteer physician Advisory Committee. Katie currently serves as Board Member for Next Generation Scholars. She earned her BA in History from Oberlin College and is a member of San Francisco Tsunami Swim and Synchronized Swim Team. She was a fellow in the Women’s Policy Institute from 2003 to 2004 and mentored the Reproductive Rights teams from 2006 to 2008.
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