Rebecca Randall

Board Member, Fleishhacker Foundation

Becca Randall (she/they) is a 5th generation family member of the Fleishhacker Foundation, a family foundation established in 1947 to improve the quality of life in the San Francisco Bay Area. Becca joined the board in 2018 as part of the Foundation’s transition in engaging the next generation of family members. Since joining the board, Becca has chaired the 5th generation committee and led its efforts to launch a pilot program focusing on Social Justice issues in the Bay Area in the areas of LGBTQ+ Youth , Food Justice, and Juvenile Diversion. After a successful pilot, the program has officially graduated into a new program area of focus for the Foundation. In addition to serving as chair for the new Social Justice Committee, Becca also serves on the Governance, Finance, Impact Investing, DEI, Special Arts, and Education committees. She aims to inspire future generations of leaders within the sector through her commitment to equity and social change.

Becca was born and raised in Denver, CO where she spent most of her life. She spent two years at Hastings College in Nebraska where she played softball, and finished her studies at Metropolitan State University of Denver where she earned a BA in Sports Management and Marketing. She moved to New York in 2021 and recently graduated from Columbia University with an MS in Nonprofit Management. Becca currently works as a Program Officer for an international philanthropic foundation where she focuses primarily on arts and culture and education grantmaking. She currently lives in Manhattan with her Great Pyrenees, Bella.

 

Contributions

Board Chair & Emerging Leaders Peer Networks Joint Meeting: Next generation engagement and generational transitions on foundation boards

Posted on February 13, 2024 by Rebecca Randall, Elizabeth Snowdon Bonner, Katherine Osborne Valdez

A discussion on next-generation engagement and generational transition on foundation boards. More information about the topic for this event is forthcoming. In the meantime, please save the date on your calendar and we will let you know when registration is open. The final 30 minutes will be open for peer space for connection, regardless of the topic. If you are… Read More

Clarifying Your Purpose and Legacy Part Two: Generational Transitions

Posted on December 1, 2023 by Rebecca Randall

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This webinar will equip families with the knowledge and strategies needed to prepare the next generation to confidently take the helm and the current generation of leaders to feel secure in stepping back. By delving into engaging discussions and sharing practical insights, we’ll unravel the complexities of nurturing leadership skills, fostering a deep understanding of philanthropic values, and encouraging multi-generational… Read More

A Next Generation Perspective: The State of Philanthropy—San Francisco Regional Convening

Posted on September 19, 2023 by Rebecca Randall, Kimberly Myers Hewlett, A. Sparks

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In philanthropy, meaningful change is the aim—it’s the purpose and the promise. But in striving for and achieving impact, have we been effective? Who decides the measures of success and what are the conditions that promote meaningful and enduring progress? And how is the next generation particularly positioned to promote effectiveness? Join the National Center for Family Philanthropy and Northern California… Read More