Randy brings to each project an academic and professional background as an international exhibiting artist, art therapist, educator and curator. She has provided curatorial and art consulting services worldwide for more than 30 years to a range of international and cultural organizations, including The World Bank, International Finance Corporation and the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. She holds both Master’s in Art Therapy and Master of Fine Arts degrees.
Al is a multi-media artist whose work addresses a variety of social and environmental issues. He donates the proceeds from the sale of his work to various charities. From 1996 through 2010, Al lived in New York City and worked as a lawyer, Wall Street executive and asset management professional. Throughout his career, he has developed expertise in project management, innovation and a broad range of legal and financial matters.
With a focus on education, Molly has worked with senior government leaders, private sector partners from the U.S. to China, teachers in Chicago and the northwest frontier of Pakistan. She has held senior positions with the U.S. Dept. of State under Hillary Clinton, the World Bank, the Int’l Council for Science and major non-profits including the World Wildlife Fund; and has served in the Peace Corp in Nepal and taught courses at Harvard and Johns Hopkins.
As Principal Geologist with Northgate Environmental Management in Oakland, CA, Maile’s work focuses on environmental stewardship, sustainable environmental restoration and redevelopment. She has been the President of the Board at the Sustainable Remediation Forum, a scientific and education organization and since 2013, a professional mentor with TechWomen, empowering, connecting and supporting the next generation of women leaders in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) from Africa and the Middle East. She holds a Masters in Structural Geology from the University of British Columbia.
Jane is a digital media executive and freelance photographer. She worked in Corporate Strategy at Disney, started a company with former Disney CEO Michael Eisner, and currently heads up Business and Creative Operations at YouTube Originals. Her photography is centered around cities and performers and has been featured in national publications. She has an MBA, MA, and BS from Stanford.
Camille manages civil rights regulatory compliance and transit equity programs at the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority. She is active in promoting leadership and diversity among women and girls through a variety of volunteer programs. Currently, Camille is spearheading an effort to restore a park in Havana dedicated to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Malcolm X. Camille received her undergraduate and graduate degrees from the University of Texas and University of Virginia, respectively.
A former Chief Resilience Officer for Oakland, Victoria has extensive knowledge of the Oakland community. She has also worked with the Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery at the World Bank, helping developing countries better understand risk, reduce vulnerability to natural hazards, adapt to climate change, and recover following large disasters. At the US Federal Emergency Management Agency, she designed a $400 million pilot program that led to improved housing for displaced families after Hurricane Katrina. She has a Bachelors degree from Georgetown University and Master in Public Policy from Harvard University.
Jamie’s interests lie at the intersection of culture, art, and environment. She brings over five years of marketing expertise, spanning various industries, to advancing social causes. She holds a B.A. in Environmental Studies with a minor in Chinese Language from Dartmouth College. She has previously worked at Yahoo, Inc. and currently works at Lyft.