Ultimate frisbee player, former competitive speed cuber, and #1 Beatles fan. Executive chairman of Signal Foundation and co-founder of WhatsApp. Proud Stanford CS undergrad and engineering leader in Silicon Valley since the 90s. Previously worked at Adobe, Apple, and Yahoo. Brian is the Secretary and Treasurer of Sunlight Giving.
World traveler, trail hiker, and pinball fanatic. Previously served as the Director of Communications and Strategic Initiatives at Stanford, and has worked at Yahoo and the Sundance Institute. Studied Political Science at UCSB (go Gauchos!) and grew up in sunny San Luis Obispo. Tegan is the President of Sunlight Giving.
Breakfast aficionado, cycling enthusiast, and Sunday crossword puzzler. Social sector career involved stints working on economic security, education and youth development, and policy reform at organizations including Single Stop, Meritus, and the Institute for College Access & Success. Cedrick focuses on Family Support, Housing Stability, and Safe Spaces in Alameda, Contra Costa, Merced, San Joaquin and Stanislaus counties.
Wannabe urban homesteader, local food explorer, and lover of giant trees. Previous work centered on nonprofit and philanthropic effectiveness at the David and Lucile Packard Foundation, and environmental policy and economic development at the United Nations. Cheryl focuses on Housing Stability and Family Support in Monterey, San Benito, San Mateo, Santa Clara, and Santa Cruz counties.
Couch warmer, occasional bike rider (in a backpack), and passionate about all things food-related. Dixie was found on the streets of Los Angeles and rescued by Muttville, a San Francisco-based organization that specializes in senior dogs. Dixie’s responsibilities include welcoming guests, begging for treats and affection, and finding various sunny spots for her naps.
Krav maga student, globetrotter, and hot cheetos enthusiast. Prior experience includes operation management at Google and volunteering at South Bay First Thursday, a nonprofit that engages the community through public discussion on topics in diversity, equality, and education. Anna manages all elements of the grants process and other foundation operations.
Identical twin, avid reader, and amateur dog trainer. Nonprofit career has included work in direct services and public and private grantmaking for organizations including San Francisco’s Department of Children, Youth, and their Families and the Medina Foundation. Carolyn oversees Sunlight Giving’s operations.
Bananagrams whiz, skier, and globetrotting adventurer. Previous work focused on childhood nutrition and health care coverage at the David and Lucile Packard Foundation, and advocating for healthier communities at Prevention Institute. Linda focuses on Food Security, Safe Spaces, and Health Care Access in Monterey, San Benito, San Mateo, Santa Clara, and Santa Cruz counties.
Jazz lover, outdoor enthusiast, and avid traveler. Anitra’s previous work focused on health care access and early childhood nutrition at the David and Lucile Packard Foundation, and performance improvement and population health initiatives in community health centers and public hospitals. Anitra focuses on Health Care Access, Food Security and Housing Stability in Alameda, Contra Costa, Merced, San Joaquin and Stanislaus counties.