Meet Lynn North, Recognized Top Realtor & Dedicated Community Volunteer
Lynn North has been a realtor for the past 15 years & ranked in the top 5% with the prestigious Alain Pinel Realtors in the Bay Area. She has served as coordinator and director of programs and is currently in various leadership positions at Immanuel Lutheran Church in Los Altos, California. Previously, she was director of telecommunications business development at Network Appliance and vice president in sales with SBC and Pacific Bell, where her large team..
Meet DeAnna Pursai, Co-Founder & Executive Director of College of Adaptive Arts
Q: What is College of Adaptive Arts about and what do you all do?DP: College of Adaptive Arts provides an equitable collegiate experience to adults with special needs who historically have not had access to college education. CAA offers over 35 courses offerings each week to adults to choose from, in 9 School of Instruction, including Schools of Music, Dance, Arts, TV/Film, Theatre.
Q: What do you love most about COAA and the work you all do?DP: I love th..
Tracy L. Tate Jones, is the Founder & President of Beat the Streets, Inc. Read More about Her in Our Exculsive Interview
Q: What is Beat The Streets about and what do you all do?TTJ: Our mission is to empower young adults with adequate resources in stimulating self-improvement through the achievement of educational and employment goals. BTS targets our community’s young men and young women by providing answers to fundamental questions that all, if not most of them come across when transitioning between childhood and adulthood. We provide those answers through our many peer s..
Alanna is a Survivor of Alopecia Universalis. Meet Executive Director & Founder of Boldly Me, Alanna Powell
Q: What is Boldly Me about and what do you all do?Alanna: Boldly Me helps people who struggle with feeling different by teaching them self compassion, physical wellness, and financial stability. I struggled with Alopecia Universalis (total baldness) since I was two years old. I had difficulties of loving and accepting myself as a bald person for most of my life. My dream was to teach children and their families how to overcome the ineffective thoughts of f..
LIFE ElderCare Empowers the Aging to Live With Independence. Meet Executive Director Patricia Osage
Q: What is LIFE ElderCare about and what do you all do?PO: In a nutshell, we serve frail elders – and some disabled non-seniors - who live alone or simply don’t have the help they need to thrive at home. Meals on Wheels is our most well-known service but we also have a nationally award winning volunteer transportation program and we do evidence based, in-home fall prevention work. A recent AARP study showed most people want to age at home where they feel m..
A Long-Time Animal Advocate & Shelter Volunteer. The Founder & Executive Director of Muttville, Sherri Franklin
Q: What is Muttville about and what do you all do?SF: Muttville is a senior dog rescue in San Francisco. We rescue dogs slated for euthanasia from all over California. So many shelters aren’t equipped to handle treating, housing or finding homes for older dogs, and the seniors end up first to die. Many times we are the only thing standing between life and death for these wonderful dogs.
We have a special program, Seniors for Seniors, that matches dogs wit..
She's Served as Past Presidient of SF General Hospital Foundation, She's Currently the CEO at Breast Cancer Prevention Partners, An Interview With Amanda Heier
Q: What is San Francisco General Hospital Foundation about and what do you do?AH: Our mission statement is broad – “to promote excellence in research, education and care for all at Priscilla Chan and Mark Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital and Trauma Center.” To do that, we take diverse approaches to support the work of the hospital – from our recently completed Capital Campaign, which raised a historic $141 million, to our Hearts Grants program, wh..
A Veteran Nonprofit Executive, Meet Executive Director, Stacey Hawver of The Legal Aid Society of San Mateo County
Q: What is the Legal Aid Society of San Mateo County about and what do you all do?SH: The Legal Aid Society of San Mateo County has been changing lives in our community for more than 50 years. Our mission is to improve access to justice for the poor, the elderly, veterans, families in crisis, immigrants: those who are most in need.
In 2015, we helped over 2,400 clients. More than half were defined as extremely low income, with over 300 having no current i..