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President/CEO, Cardea Services

For more than 40 years, Cardea Services has strived to improve organizations’ abilities to deliver accessible, high quality, culturally proficient, and compassionate services to their clients. Cardea’s vision states:  We envision communities where all people, especially those who have been most underserved, have equitable access to quality health and human services.
Cardea Services is a national organization based in Oakland, California, with offices in Seattle, Washington and Austin, Texas. Cardea has a 38-person staff and a budget approaching $5 million.  Cardea is funded primarily by public grants, including federal funds distributed by the states. Funding sources are about 65% federal

Board of Directors, Tides

The Client

Tides is a philanthropic partner and nonprofit accelerator dedicated to building a world of shared prosperity and social justice. Tides works at the nexus of funders, changemakers, and policy to solve society’s toughest problems: equality and human rights; sustainable environment; healthy individuals and communities; and quality education.

Tides impact solutions include philanthropic giving and grant making, impact investing, fiscal sponsorship for social ventures, collaborative workspaces, and policy initiatives. Our extensive tools and know-how give our partners the freedom to hit the ground running and drive change faster than they can on their own.

In 2016, Tides granted over $225 million to

Executive Director, PFLAG


The idea for PFLAG began in 1972 when Jeanne Manford marched with her son, Morty, in New York’s Christopher Street Liberation Day March, the precursor to today’s Pride parade. After many gay and lesbian people ran up to Jeanne during the parade and begged her to talk to their parents, she decided to begin a support group. The first formal meeting took place on March 26, 1973 at the Metropolitan-Duane Methodist Church in Greenwich Village (now the Church of the Village). Approximately 20 people attended.

In the next years, through word of mouth and community need, similar groups sprang up

Chief Executive Officer, Bailey House

Founded in 1983 by a coalition of compassionate community leaders responding to the AIDS crisis, Bailey House is a community-based organization with a 34-year history of providing housing and essential supportive services to individuals and families living with HIV/AIDS and other chronic illnesses. With a demonstrated track record of success in improving the health, housing and independent living outcomes for people struggling with homelessness, substance use, mental illness and the health challenges that accompany chronic illnesses, Bailey House is a leader in its field.
Since its establishment, Bailey House has been on the forefront of creating innovative supportive housing and