Matt Kamin has been working and volunteering in the nonprofit world for over sixteen years and holds a MBA in nonprofit management. Matt has served as Executive Director of Palisades Emergency Residence Corporation in New York, Children’s Nature Institute in Los Angeles, and Los Angeles Youth Network in Hollywood. Matt has also served as a consultant to organizations serving populations ranging from disabled adults, domestic violence, children in nonpublic schools, and the geriatric community. Matt is co-founder of Youth for Charity, an organization bringing together teens of different faiths to raise awareness for families living in poverty, as well as founder of Eleventh Commandment, which has grown into JQ International. Matt has sat on numerous boards located in the US and abroad and has lived and worked in Southern California, New York Metro, and the Middle East.
Matt is currently serving on the Advisory Board for the Community Foundation of the Valleys.
Allison Fuller has worked in the nonprofit world for ten years and brings a wealth of experiences and knowledge to the nonprofit arena. As a former Escrow Officer, Allison brings her extensive planning and logistical experience into overseeing many aspects of management organization, contract administration, strategic planning and operations. In addition, as a graphic designer and web marketer, she brings in unique talents to nonprofits, expanding resources and efficiency. Allison has always had a passion for helping youth and has worked with several major non-profit organizations including Autism Speaks, YWCA, and Step Up Womens Network. She currently sits on the Board for several community organizations in addition to serving as the President and Founding Member of The LEAP Foundation, a nonprofit providing micro-loans to empower women worldwide.
Allison is currently serving on the Board of Directors for YWCA Glendale.
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Suzanne Elliott has been providing management consulting to nonprofit organizations and mission-driven businesses since 2013. She offers her clients knowledge gained through more than a decade working in senior management positions in the social sector and an additional five years in corporate consulting. She has a wide range of functional areas of expertise, including strategic and operational planning, resource development, corporate/nonprofit partnerships, and marketing and communications.
Suzanne earned a B.A. in public policy studies summa cum laude from Duke University and received an MBA from New York University's Stern School of Business. She serves on the Board of Directors of Girls on the Run of Los Angeles, the Nonprofit Committee of the Greater Conejo Chamber of Commerce, the Steering Committee of the Nonprofit Leadership Council of Ventura County and the faculty of the Center for Nonprofit Leadership at California Lutheran University.
Julie Ha Truong is an experienced management professional dedicated to transforming big ideas into reality. In the last 17 years she has spearheaded a number of successful and award winning community initiatives. Previously, Ms. Truong led a public school district’s implementation of Community-Schools, resulting in improved academic and health outcomes for youth and families. The 100 public-private partnerships included the establishment of a community clinic, child care center, and youth recreation center. More recently, Julie was the Director of Education at the Center for Nonprofit Management (CNM), strengthening organizations through professional development and technical assistance. She holds a Masters of Public Policy in Management and Leadership and is a CNM Certified Coach.
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Katie Vernoy is an experienced manager as well as a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. She has her masters in clinical psychology and worked in nonprofit community mental health for more than 15 years. Her skills for developing efficiency within innovative programs, as well as maintaining fidelity to those programs have been consistently recognized. Katie worked as a service provider, supervisor, and manager in numerous mental health programs including: Full Service Partnerships, Wraparound, Field Capable Clinical Services, Therapeutic Behavioral Services, and CalWORKs, as well as Outpatient, Residential, Community, and School-based programs. Her management responsibilities included recruiting, hiring, training, supervision, evaluation, and discipline (up to termination) for teams of multidisciplinary staff.
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- Rosie Chuong has been working and volunteering in the nonprofit world for over 8 years and holds a B.A. in Communications, with an emphasis in Entertainment Studies from California State University, Fullerton. Having served as a Marketing Manager for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society on both a local and regional level, with experience in advising and event planning for collegiate student run organizations at CSU Fullerton, Rosie offers extensive experience in marketing, ranging from promoting fundraising events, developing and maintaining online and social media presence, building strategic campaigns, obtaining media partnerships and sponsorships, and engaging high-level volunteers. Rosie is a board member for S.A.G.E. (Self-Advocacy for Growth and Empowerment), a community-based management program serving adults with developmental disabilities. As a southern California enthusiast, her network of professionals in the for-profit and non-profit sector ranges in multiple counties, including San Diego, Riverside, Orange and Los Angeles. Rosie is passionate about creating realistic marketing plans and collateral customized to each organization’s mission and vision, and looks forward to delivering a unique voice to the public for her clients. Connect with Rosie on LinkedIn.
Tiffany Garcia has experience as a marketing and public relations professional in various industries, such as professional services, food and beverage and technology, garnering her clients media coverage in publications such as Los Angeles Times, LA Business Journal, AP and New York Times. Additionally, she serves on the Executive Board of the Rancho Cordova chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc., where she has volunteered for several organizations, such as Food Not Bombs and March of Dimes.With her previous experience as a social media coordinator, Tiffany is able to increase clients' online footprints and create engaging content for social media platforms, such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube and others.She obtained her bachelor's degree from California State University, Sacramento in communications with a concentration in public relations.
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