Suki O’Kane (she/her) is responsible for Fund finance, investment, technology, human resources and systems that support Fund learning and impact. An advocate for social entrepreneurship, hybrid enterprise, and progressive partnerships that encourage the growth of sustainable communities, Suki strives to shift perspective on where solutions come from, and why they succeed.
Prior to joining the Fund, Suki worked with regional associations of philanthropy, Bay Area based youth and arts education nonprofits, and local and state governments. This work includes acting as Director of Operations for Northern California Grantmakers and currently serving as Treasurer for Artists’ Television Access. She is a classically trained mallet percussionist, composer, and curator working with artists across a wide array of music, movement, expanded cinema, and public art genres. Her music has received the support of the California Arts Council, the Creative Work Fund, the Zellerbach Family Foundation, Oakland Stock, and New Music USA.
Developing a Purpose-Aligned Budget
Posted on December 15, 2022 by Suki O’Kane, Eric Stephenson, Lori Bezahler, Liz Sak
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