The Museum is open Wednesday-Sunday, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The Museum is open Wednesday-Sunday, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The Museum of Us is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Our team is made up of thinkers, builders, innovators, artists, activists, and more from a diversity of backgrounds. Our team also collaborates with community members, consultants, and other organizations who provide essential insight and partnership to the work we do.
For more information on diversity and hiring at the Museum of Us, please visit our Community Accountability page.
Micah Parzen is an experienced nonprofit leader, attorney, anthropologist, and agent of transformational change, who seeks to authentically partner with others in creating a ripple effect of good in the world. He has served as CEO of the Museum of Us (formerly the San Diego Museum of Man) since 2010. Widely regarded as a thought leader in the arts & culture/non-profit sectors, Micah is regularly invited by the likes of BoardSource, the Smithsonian Institution, and the American Alliance of Museums to deliver keynote addresses, serve on panels, and otherwise share his perspective on the most vexing issues of our day. In the past three years alone, his team’s work has been featured in the Stanford Social Innovation Review, the Washington Post, and the Atlantic, among other high-profile platforms. While practicing as an attorney, Micah was a Partner in the Labor & Employment Practice Group and the Pro Bono Legal Services Coordinator at San Diego’s largest law firm. While practicing as a psychological and medical anthropologist, he conducted ethnographic fieldwork on the Navajo Nation studying a wilderness therapy program for Navajo adolescents. In addition to serving as a trustee at La Jolla Country Day School, Micah currently serves as the President of the Board of the Balboa Park Cultural Partnership, a collaboration of 28 arts & culture institutions in Balboa Park, which sits on the unceded ancestral homeland of the Kumeyaay Nation. His past board appointments including the Western Museums Association, San Diego Volunteer Lawyers Program, Waldorf School of San Diego, and ElderHelp of San Diego. Micah holds a Ph.D. in Anthropology from Case Western Reserve University, a J.D. from UC Davis, and a B.A. in Anthropology from UC Berkeley.
Erin Spiewak - Executive Director
Erin Spiewak is the Executive Director of the Museum of Us. She joined the Museum team in January 2020 as the Chief Financial and Operations Officer. An established leader in San Diego’s nonprofit sector, Ms. Spiewak served as the Chief Executive Officer of Monarch School, a unique K-12 institution serving youth experiencing homelessness. While at Monarch School, Ms. Spiewak oversaw an instrumental capital campaign, renovating and opening the school’s new Nat & Flora Bosa campus; grew the student body from 150 to 300 students, while expanding the staff from 19 to 40 team members; developed a state-of-the-art high school college career lab; and launched an annual fundraiser, which has raised over $4M since 2015.
Previously, Ms. Spiewak worked with several foundations including the Gary and Mary West Foundation, WebMD Health Foundation, and the Rose Foundation. Ms. Spiewak received a BA in Sociology from San Diego State University and her MBA from Webster University. She currently serves as a member of Women Give, San Diego and San Diego Rotary. Ms. Spiewak is a fellow of the Aspen Institute’s Sector Skills Academy and a graduate of the LEAD San Diego INFLUENCE leadership program.
Beatriz Camero – Staff Accountant
Louis Gonzalez – Controller
Marisa Schumacher - Office Manager
Kara Vetter - Sr. Director of Cultural Resources
In consultation with Indigenous stakeholders and collaboration with Museum leadership, Kara Vetter supports the development and implementation of decolonizing initiatives within the Cultural Resources department through culturally sensitive care practices and policies prioritizing Indigenous sovereignty and traditional knowledge. She holds a B.A. in Anthropology from the University of Indianapolis, an M.A. in Museum Studies from Indiana University (IUPUI), and has worked in the museum profession for over 15 years. Drawing from a deep skill set in cultural resources management, registration, policy writing, exhibition planning, grant writing, DEAI work, and decolonizing initiatives she has had the opportunity to share the history and culture of our world with a wide audience while working with an expanding list of institutions, talented museum professionals, and Indigenous communities.Kara is active in the museum field as a Board of Directors member for the Association of Registrars and Collections Specialists (ARCS); specifically, as a Finance Committee member and Conference Committee Board Liaison. She is also as a contributing member of the Indigenous Collections Care Guide working group and ENRICH Cultural Institutions Network.
Carmen Mosley – NAGPRA Repatriation Manager
Lylliam Posadas – Colonial Pathways Repatriation Manager
Brandie Macdonald - Sr. Director of Decolonizing Initiatives
Brandie Macdonald (she/her) is a citizen of the Chickasaw Nation with ancestral ties to the Choctaw nation. Her work focuses on systemic change in museums domestically and internationally. Currently, she is the Senior Director of Decolonizing Initiatives at the Museum of Us. Her 15 year tenure working in non-profits, is based around capacity building through transformative practice, community consultations, education, and fostering creative/cultural-capital. Brandie is also enrolled in an Education Studies Ph.D. program at University of California, San Diego. Her research and published writing focuses on the sustainable application of decolonizing praxis in museums that enables/catalyzes transformative structural change and movement building internationally. She holds a M.Ed. in International Education from Loyola University, Chicago, and a B.A in Applied Anthropology from University of North Carolina, Charlotte. Brandie’s also a Salzburg Global Seminar Fellow, an American Alliance of Museums’ Nancy Hanks Award for Professional Excellent recipient, and a Smithsonian Affiliate Fellow. She also currently serves on the board of the Western Museums Association, the Museum Education Roundtable, and with the International Council of Museums’ Committee on Collecting (ICOM-COMCOL).
Morgan Owen - Education Manager
Meghan Rodarte - Decolonizing Initiatives Manager
Keala Rusher – Education Coordinator
James Haddan - Sr. Director of Development & External Communications
James Haddan has been a resident of San Diego since 1998, and has worked in the museum field for almost two decades. As the Senior Director of Development and External Communications at the Museum of Us (formerly the San Diego Museum of Man), he is responsible for building a community of support for the institution. Recently, he and Museum CEO, Micah Parzen, led the effort to publicly launch the Museum’s new name, which embraces a more equitable and accessible identity dedicated to anti-racism and decolonizing work. As a member of the LGBTQ+ community, he is passionate and dedicated to building more socially just communities.
Mr. Haddan holds both a Bachelor of Environmental Design and Master of Arts in Anthropology from Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas. His graduate work was associated with the Institute of Nautical Archaeology and included underwater archaeology field work at the 17th century port city of Port Royal, Jamaica.
Katie Foggiano - Development Coordinator
Cassie Kaawaloa - Community Affairs Manager
Kate Clyde - Sr. Director of Exhibits & Operations
Kate Clyde (she/they/him) is an arts and culture advocate who has been working within the museum industry for 15 years. Kate's work over their career has included creating immersive and interactive museums that engage visitors and facilitate learning experiences outside of a traditional classroom environment. As Senior Director of Exhibits and Operations at the Museum of Us, Kate works to develop the visitor journey from admissions to exhibits. Kate has produced most of the exhibits currently on display at the Museum of Us and directs IMLS funded projects for new community informed exhibits that align with the Museum’s decolonizing efforts.
Kate graduated from The Evergreen State College with an emphasis in Sculpture and Interdisciplinary Learning, where they also taught as an instructor. Furthering their non-profit education, they completed the Arts and Culture Leadership Graduate Certificate program at the University of San Diego, School of Leadership and Education Sciences. Kate also serves on the Board of Directors for the tech non-profit Balboa Park Online Collaborative known as BPOC.
Luis Ayala – Visitor Experience and Special Events Associate
Melinda Barnadas – Exhibit Developer
Saz Benchekroun – Visitor Experience Associate
Susana Caracoza – Visitor Experience Associate
Morganne Faye-Gonzalez – Visitor Experience Associate
Shawn Hayes – Visitor Experience Associate
Jose Hernandez – Operations Coordinator
Shelby Miller – Visitor Experience Coordinator
Evie Page – Visitor Experience Associate
Damian Sales – Visitor Experience Associate
Jorge Sarabia – Operations Manager
Please note that Museum of Us Trustees may be elected for two consecutive three-year terms.
Ellen Waddell is in her third term on the board. She joined in February 2016, and is the first Woman Chair of the Museum of Us.An archaeologist by trade and passion she began her work with the Museum as a volunteer in the cultural resources department, a practice that she continues. She has a particular interest in issues related to social justice and food security with a focus on supporting the strong resilient systems and policies needed to ensure sustainable, transformative change.
Ellen is also the CEO of the Avila Fund, where she works closely with organizations that focus on local and global food systems, including the Advisory Board of Hunger Free San Diego and as a founding member of San Diego Food Funders. She also serves as Chair of the San Diego Hunger Coalition a nonprofit organization that educates policymakers and the public about social, economic and environmental factors that contribute to hunger.
Ms. Waddell is a board member of the Moxie Foundation, a San Diego foundation that fosters innovation and entrepreneurship in education. Moxie supports commercial and social incubators at SDSU in San Diego and CCNY in New York.
Waddell earned her Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology from the University of Maryland and a Master’s degree in cultural resource management from the University of Arkansas. Ms. Waddell is a partner in a commercial real estate management company, and formerly worked as an archaeologist founding CRC, Inc. a cultural resource management consulting business.
Ileana Ovalle is serving in her first term on the board, starting in September 2019, A leader with over twenty-years of public, private, and nonprofit sector experience, Ovalle heads global strategy & operations for Google's ESG, Procurement Responsibility. During the pandemic, she led global product marketing and government partnerships for the life-saving COVID-19 Exposure Notifications app. What brought Ovalle to Google was her business development, legislative and government affairs experience that she leveraged at both Google Fiber and Cox Communications to provide equal internet access for all. Ovalle began her career in the stacks of the public library where she curated book displays, memorized the Dewey decimal system by subject (just ask her!) and read all the books.
Ovalle is an avid volunteer in education, diversity and the environment and served as Chair and capital campaign member of Ocean Discovery Institute, Board of Governors of The San Diego Foundation, a Community Advisor to the Chancellor of the University of California, San Diego, University of San Diego’s Nonprofit Institute Advisory Board and a Hispanas Organized for Political Equality leader. Ovalle was an appointed official on both the City of San Diego’s International Affairs Board and San Diego Public Library Commission. She was twice named Woman of the Year for California’s 80th Assembly District (2016 & 2017) and in 2021, received the Ring of Honor Award for MANA’s National Latina Leadership Organization.
Born in San Diego, Ovalle spent her childhood in Balboa Park, learning to swim, performing tap, and as a Little League pitcher and short-stop, but her favorite activity was visiting the Museum of Us (formerly Man).
Mariano Diaz is in his second term on the Museum’s board, having joined in April 2018. He is an accomplished executive with thirty-five years of experience in the community development field at the international, national, state, and local levels representing private foundations, corporations, nonprofit agencies, and community foundations. He is Lead Partner at R&M Consulting Group and served as Senior Vice President, Community Partnerships Department at The San Diego Foundation from July 2001 until December 2007. Mariano holds a Masters of Education, Administration, Planning, and Social Policy from Harvard University and a Bachelor of Arts in Combined Social Sciences from the University of California, Santa Barbara.
Megan Thomas is in her first term on the Museum’s board, joining in August 2021. Born and raised in San Diego, and drawing on experience living and learning around the world, Megan strives daily to build a collaborative, impactful, equitable social change ecosystem through her work as Catalyst of San Diego & Imperial County’s President & CEO. She provides strategic leadership to the staff and board, 150 funder members, and community partners.
Megan has 20 years of experience in the nonprofit and philanthropic fields, including as executive director at San Diego Coastkeeper where she built partnerships among the nonprofit, business, and public sectors to protect clean water. She studied business (and theatre) under the Jesuit tradition at Georgetown University and honed her nonprofit management bona fides at Yale School of Management. She advances community-led grantmaking on the California Dignity for Families Fund providing over $10 million through Grantmakers Concerned with Immigrants and Refugees (GCIR) and previously provided volunteer leadership at Hope Horse Ranch, United Way of San Diego County; The San Diego Foundation’s Center for Civic Engagement; and the Port of San Diego Environmental Advisory Committee.
George A. Ramirez originally joined the board in 2013, and served two terms, including serving as President. After taking a year-long break, he rejoined in May 2020. He is the President of George A. Ramirez Leadership Consulting & Business Strategies. With over thirty years of financial services experience, Mr. Ramirez retired as Managing Director and Chief Inclusion & Diversity Executive with Union Bank/MUFG. In that role, as well as others throughout his career, his mission has been to develop change-management strategies, build plans for critical business initiatives, and successfully execute those strategies and plans. Throughout his career in banking, Mr. Ramirez has been responsible for driving revenue, profitability, sales, community partnerships, and the development of over 1,400 retail-banking employees, particularly while serving as Market President managing the Greater Los Angeles retail banking markets for over nine years.
Theresa Jean Ambo is in her first term on the board, joining in August 2021. She is an Assistant Professor in the Education Studies program at the University of California, San Diego and is of the Tongva Tribal Nation. She holds a PhD in Education from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) and was a UC President’s Postdoctoral Fellow from 2017‐2019.Before UC San Diego, Theresa worked in student affairs, directing a student‐initiated, student‐run academic support program at UCLA that targeted students from low‐income, first‐generation, and underrepresented minority backgrounds. Theresa’s research focuses on educational equity for American Indian students and communities in postsecondary institutions, including student retention, experience, outcomes, and campus‐community partnerships. Her primary area of research examines the relational nature and status between public universities and local Native nations in California. Using a multiple case‐study approach, she offers institutionally transferable insight on tribal‐university relationships and partnerships – the current state of relations, institutional responsibilities articulated by tribal and campus leaders, and the postsecondary educational needs of Native nations. Theresa’s current book project, California Tribes and the University: Decolonizing Institutional Relationships and Responsibility, provides policy recommendations for improving tribal‐university relations.Theresa Jean Ambo is in her first term on the board, joining in August 2021. She is an Assistant Professor in the Education Studies program at the University of California, San Diego and is of the Tongva Tribal Nation. She holds a PhD in Education from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) and was a UC President’s Postdoctoral Fellow from 2017‐2019. Before UC San Diego, Theresa worked in student affairs, directing a student‐initiated, student‐run academic support program at UCLA that targeted students from low‐income, first‐generation, and underrepresented minority backgrounds. Theresa’s research focuses on educational equity for American Indian students and communities in postsecondary institutions, including student retention, experience, outcomes, and campus‐community partnerships. Her primary area of research examines the relational nature and status between public universities and local Native nations in California. Using a multiple case‐study approach, she offers institutionally transferable insight on tribal‐university relationships and partnerships – the current state of relations, institutional responsibilities articulated by tribal and campus leaders, and the postsecondary educational needs of Native nations. Theresa’s current book project, California Tribes and the University: Decolonizing Institutional Relationships and Responsibility, provides policy recommendations for improving tribal‐university relations.
Yuriko Anton is in her first term on the board, joining in August 2022. She has extensive non-profit experience serving on 7 boards (La Jolla Country Day School, American Repertory Theater, Japan Society of Boston, Plastic Pollution Coalition, Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Maria Mitchell Association and Beacon Hill Nursery School) for over 25 years and has a background in international banking at Baring Securities and S.G. Warburg & Co. (in Japan) and a small business startup in London, in antique English furniture and decorative arts. She was born and raised in Tokyo and Honolulu and is bicultural, biracial and bilingual (Japanese) and lived around the globe. Yuriko’s board skills include both short and long-term strategic planning, fund-raising/donor cultivation in campaigns and annual giving, event planning and more recently work in the Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Justice space in independent schools. She holds a BA in Economics and International Studies from UCLA, a Decorative Arts Certificate from the Sotheby’s Institute of Art in London, England and Poetry Studies at the Harvard Extension School in Cambridge, MA.
Shannon Bartlett is on her first term on the board, joining in August 2022. As chief diversity, equity, and inclusion officer at the National Geographic Society, Shannon oversees the organization’s diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) efforts and helps cultivate an environment where people of every race, identity, experience, and ability have a role in its mission-driven work. Her primary areas of interest center on the unconscious ways diversity and culture impact our everyday decision-making and interactions, as well as how to effectively balance the goal of inclusion with the development of an intellectually diverse community. Bartlett received her J.D. from the DePaul University School of Law, her M.A. degree in jurisprudence and social policy from the University of California at Berkeley, and her B.A degree in psychology from Washington University in St. Louis.
Marnie Cheney is in her third term on MoU’s board (term beginning in August 2019), having first joined in August 2012. She is a La Jolla native who has served on the boards of the Museum of Us, High Tech High (Foundation Board), the Windansea Surf Club, and the Kenneth & Harle Montgomery Foundation, which was founded by her grandparents. Ms. Cheney has been a member of the Friends of the La Jolla library and served on the PTA board for her sons’ elementary school. Her grandmother, Harle Montgomery, was a noted La Jolla philanthropist who has inspired Ms. Cheney’s desire to participate in community affairs.
Kurt Chilcott is the Co-Founder of Momentus Capital, a one of a kind innovative collaborative among a range of non-profits - including Capital Impact Partners and CDC Small Business Finance and their affiliates - providing capital and comprehensive community and economic development nationwide. He is presently serving in his first term, joining in September 2019. Kurt is a servant leader and passionate advocate for economic justice leading innovative initiatives to address inequities in our communities for over 40 years. He has led a wide range of organizations and associations including the International Economic Development Council, the California Endowment, Casa Familiar, National Association of Development Companies and many more. Kurt has received most of the accolades that older people tend to receive. Kurt holds a degree in social anthropology from Harvard and his father was a professor of cultural anthropology. At heart he is a wanderer, a poet, a lover of the land and of its inhabitants.
Cyndi Fuller is serving in her second term on the board, first joining in February 2017. She is a CPA and Tax Partner at Lindsay & Brownell, LLP where she has been specializing in nonprofit organizations, high net worth individuals, and closely held businesses since 2009. She is also an Adjunct Professor at SDSU where she teaches Advanced Tax Planning and Tax Controversy for the Master of Science in Accountancy Program for the Fowler College of Business. Prior to finding her way to accounting, Cyndi was a stay at home mom and worked in the nonprofit sector as an events coordinator. She is a proud mom of two teenagers, and volunteer dog mom for Guide Dogs of America.
Elif Gokcigdem is serving in her first term on the board, joining in August 2022. She is the founding president of ONE - Organization of Networks for Empathy, and the editor of Fostering Empathy Through Museums (2016), and Designing for Empathy (2019), which are reference books in empathy-building through museums, a new field of inquiry she pioneered in 2014. Elif Gokcigdem developed Designing for Empathy® as an intellectual framework, and an international platform for multidisciplinary, multisector, and multicultural collaborations to deepen our understanding of empathy, and to develop strategies, scholarship, and empathy-building experiences that consider the wellbeing of the whole —all of humanity and our planet. In 2018, Elif curated and co-chaired the world’s first summit on Fostering Universal Ethics and Compassion through Museums with HH The 14th Dalai Lama in Dharamshala, India. Elif grew up in Istanbul, Turkey, studying history of art, Islamic art and mysticism, and later, museum studies in the U.S. Elif’s 30 years of professional experience includes academia, museums, and a major corporation where she established and led multimillion-dollar strategic international partnerships in arts, culture, museums, and biodiversity conservation around the world.
Sarah Goltz, MPH, MIA, CPCC, a San Diego native, founded Leadership in 2007. She is serving in her first term on the board, joining in September 2019. Sarah has leaders at the frontline of global health and social justice for more than 25 years. Working as a leadership coach, team facilitator and strategic consultant, Sarah helps teams work together in radically inclusive, creative and collaborative ways. Sarah has worked and lived in West Africa, the Middle East and Latin America. A Fulbright Scholar, Sarah has a Bachelor of Arts in Politics from Princeton University and Master’s degrees in International Affairs and Public Health from Columbia University. Sarah loves to surf and adventure around California in her VW camper.
Nora Taylor Jaffe is in her second term on MoU’s board, having joined in April 2018, and sits on the Executive Committee. Nora has had a longstanding interest in the Museum since first becoming a member, with her husband Alan, in the 1990’s. She is an active volunteer in the San Diego community, including being a committee member and ex-board member of Planned Parenthood of the Pacific Southwest and the National Conflict Resolution Center, where she currently serves on the advisory board. Nora is a graduate of the University of Chicago, with an AB in Humanities, and is dedicated to working with organizations that serve the public good and work towards social justice.
Basil Katz is in his second term on MoU’s board, joining in February 2017. He is CEO of Cinnabar, one of the leading specialty construction and exhibition fabrication firms in the United States. Basil joined Cinnabar in 2013, jumping from one dying industry (journalism) into another (specialty manufacturing). As Cinnabar’s CEO, Basil works closely with many large museums and institutions and architecture and design firms across the US and Europe to translate new visitor experiences into compelling physical spaces. He moved back to LA, his hometown, after working six years, first at The New York Times, then as a correspondent for the Reuters News agency in New York. Basil is a graduate of the University of Chicago in History and Anthropology.
Ricky Shabazz is in his second term on MoU’s board, joining in February 2019. Dr. Shabazz is President of San Diego City College, which is the fifth oldest community college in California serving a diverse group of over 17,000 students from around the world. City College has a focus on social justice and academic excellence. Dr. Shabazz is an enthusiastic, student-centered leader with over 20 years of executive experience advancing academic achievement and improving student success for marginalized students. Dr. Shabazz earned an Ed.D. in educational leadership, as well as a master’s degree in educational administration from California State University, San Bernardino. His research expertise is in increasing college access for underrepresented students. He is an Aspen and Wheelhouse fellow and serves on several community boards in the greater San Diego area. He is an adjunct professor in the educational departments at USD and San Diego State. Dr. Shabazz is a dedicated father and husband, he enjoys bass fishing, and traveling the world in his spare time.
Rockwell Shah is in his first term on the Museum’s board, joining in February 2019. Mr. Shah is CEO and creator of Pzizz, a company whose award-winning iOS and Android app helps deliver great sleep to the world. He brings keen insights and experience to the challenges and opportunities of building strong organizations from the ground up, with a strong emphasis on culture, mission, and profitability. Rockwell holds a Bachelor’s in Economics and Mathematics from Cornell University, was a Pitch@Palace Finalist presenting to Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II, and is a sought-after speaker at industry conferences and summits. Please note that Rockwell is currently on a one year leave of absence as of January 2022.
Eva Trujillo is in her first term on the Museum’s board, joining in August 2021. She is a Siny ‘Iipay (northern woman) from the Mesa Grande Band of Mission Indians reservation. Eva’s devotion to the sustainability of Indigenous traditional knowledge, language and culture has always been a driving force. She obtained a Bachelor’s Degree in Anthropology, with a concentration in Archaeology and a minor in Biology and Kumeyaay Studies from the University of California, San Diego. Beginning in July, she will become the NAGPRA (Native American Graves Protection Repatriation Act) Coordinator at UCSD. She has been employed at UCSD Medical Center for over 20 years as a Hospital Unit Coordinator. Eva was also employed at the Museum of Us as a Cultural Resources Manager, NAGPRA, where she partnered with various Kumeyaay Nation consortia and other Indigenous communities across the United States. Eva currently sits on the Board of Trustees for Kumeyaay Community College, and the Mesa Grande Education Committee. Eva also sits on the Board of Directors the Mesa Grande Business
Development Corporation and the Advisory Board of the Balboa Park Cultural District.
Yandro Valdez is serving in his first term on the board, joining in August 2022. Yandro is a Senior Vice President at US Bank and is a passionate advocate for promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion. He is an associate board member of The Covenant House, a Director of San Diego Youth Services, and is active with the Chamber of Commerce and Junior Achievement. Yandro holds an MBA from the UCLA Anderson School of Management and a Bachelor’s degree in Business/Corporate Communications from Florida International University.
Phil White is in his second term on the board, first joining in February 2017. He is the President of the Pacific View Foundation a family foundation based in California, which provides support to non-profit organizations in the San Diego region. Phil is active in the community, having served on the board and committees of numerous charities both in San Diego and in London. Prior to these non-profit roles, Phil worked in executive management for a number of high technology start-up firms, most notably working 15 years for Qualcomm, a fortune 500 telecommunications firm, where his last role was group president and corporate officer. Phil graduated from the University of California, Santa Barbara with BA degrees in both business economics and history, and he has served as trustee of the UC Santa Barbara Foundation for many years.
Emily Young began her first term on the Museum’s board in January 2021. She is an experienced executive and regional leader with more than twenty years covering a wide-range of accomplishments, skills in management, motivating and inspiring teams and partners, strategic planning, fundraising, board relations and community leadership, and strategic insight into the world of foundations, grantmaking and public policy. Her value as a relationship-builder, collaborator and idea-generator has produced numerous successful and impactful programs at the University of San Diego’s Nonprofit Institute and The San Diego Foundation in partnerships with leaders in the business, government, social, nonprofit and philanthropic world across the San Diego region and beyond.
Ex-Officio Member: Dr. Micah Parzen
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