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Eric Jolly

December 6, 2021
Eric J. Jolly, Ph.D., is the President and CEO of the Saint Paul & Minnesota Foundation – an organization working to create an equitable, just and vibrant Minnesota where all communities and people thrive. With roots in Saint Paul since 1940 and partners across the state, the Foundation is Minnesota’s largest community foundation, stewarding $1.7 billion in charitable assets, including Read More

Doua Thor

December 4, 2021
Doua Thor is the Director, English Learner Initiative.  Since 2017, as Senior Program Officer, she successfully managed our work in English Learner policy and as Director, she will oversee the English Learner policy work as a separate focus area of our philanthropy, continuing to work with nonprofits and local and state leaders to advance change in the education system for Read More

John Matthew Sobrato

December 4, 2021
John Matthew Sobrato is part of the fourth generation of Sobrato family members working within Silicon Valley. For the past seven years, John has worked as both a teacher and administrator at the Latino College Preparatory Academy, which serves the community in east San Jose. In 2014, he helped to found an ed-tech startup, Alloy Learning, to empower teachers through Read More

Sandy Herz

December 4, 2021
Sandy Herz serves as President of Sobrato Philanthropies, where she helps to guide the Sobrato family’s individual, collaborative and collective philanthropy. Prior to joining Sobrato Philanthropies, Sandy was Vice President, Partnerships & Engagement at the Skoll Foundation, where for 16 years she spearheaded flagship partnerships and provided leadership, integration, and alignment across Skoll activities to create broader impact from the work of Read More

Irene Wong

December 4, 2021
Irene joined the David and Lucile Packard Foundation in 2008 as the first director of the Local Grantmaking Program. Irene currently leads the Foundation’s team that annually invests $20M in five CA counties, and closely works with community partners to ensure that families remain strong, youth can thrive, and communities are vibrant. Irene brings over two decades of community leadership Read More

Dwayne S. Marsh

December 4, 2021
Dwayne S. Marsh assumed the position of President and CEO of Northern California Grantmakers on September 9, 2020. He brings 27 years of experience in the public, nonprofit, and philanthropic sectors with a career commitment to advancing racial and economic equity. Dwayne recently completed a four-year turn as co-Director of the Government Alliance on Race and Equity (GARE) and Vice President of Institutional Read More

Pam Kohlberg

December 4, 2021
Born and raised north of NYC, Pam has lived in the Boston area for 25 years. Following training and career in forestry and environmental consulting, early positions included the US Forest Service, Town of Hingham and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, followed by heading the Environmental Dept. at BSC Engineering in Boston. Currently, Pam serves on the boards of the Radical Imagination Read More

Sam Vinal

December 4, 2021
Sam Vinal grew up south of Boston on occupied Wampanoag Land. He currently directs documentaries and produces fictional films, making films in partnership with social movements. He uses the transformational medium of film for the beautiful struggle of social change. Sam also keeps five to seven toes in the world of philanthropy, organizing family and peers to move more resources Read More

Hanna Mahon

December 4, 2021
Hanna Mahon is the former President of the Pink House Foundation, a small family foundation (now donor-advised fund) based in Washington, DC. From 2015-2020, they helped shift the foundation’s grantmaking strategy away from service-based work and toward intersectional grassroots social movements with racial justice at the center. They also helped start Families Organizing to Resource Movements (or the FORM Collective) in Read More