As a volunteer, advocate, board member, donor, and nonprofit leader, I strive to shape a better world for tomorrow. Growing and strengthening purpose-driven organizations are my professional passions. The power of ordinary people to make a positive and meaningful difference in their workplace and in the world both humbles and energizes me. As a member of the leadership team at PGS, I work on the intersection of strategy, talent, and the balance sheet to create scalable solutions for long-term success.
Before PGS, I was the CFO/COO at Net Impact and VolunteerMatch. I started my career as a consultant and also worked with KPMG’s Global Grants Practice, advising foundations and public charities on domestic and international grant-making programs. As an active volunteer, I received the Bay Area CFO of the Year Award for Community Service in 2011. I am a globe trotter at heart and have led volunteer projects with international non-governmental organizations, including NESsT in Chile, Amy Biehl Foundation in South Africa, and Grameen Bank in Bangladesh. Currently, I serve on the board of the Presidio Hill School and Battery Powered.
I have a BS in International Business from the Haas School of Business at the University of California, Berkeley and an MBA in Finance and Entrepreneurial Management from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. When not working, you can find me chauffeuring my children around San Francisco and medknitating (mindful knitting).