Sarah Weinberg

Sarah Weinberg earned her Masters in Counseling Psychology from the University of San Francisco. Her marriage and family therapy practice focuses on working with individuals, couples and families from a “family systems” therapeutic model, seeing each person within the construct of their larger social system. She specializes in adolescent identity development and multi-cultural, multi-racial and […]

Jen Traeger-Hirschfelder

Jen Traeger-Hirschfelder is a partner in United Skates of America, the world’s largest roller skating center company. With over 45 years of experience in roller skating and facility management, they provide affordable participatory family recreation to kids age 4-14 and their families. USA has 19 locations in 11 states. She is also a managing partner […]

Nancy Sheftel-Gomes

Nancy Sheftel-Gomes was raised in a traditional Jewish community with a large extended family in Worcester, MA. Inspired by her rabbi growing up, Rabbi Alexander Schindler, to live Judaism through Tikkun Olam, Nancy is a lifelong student of Torah, and was the Education Director at Congregation Sherith Israel for 20 years until her retirement in […]

Karen Robbins

Karen Robbins is a social worker, organizational development and management consultant. She has worked in the non-profit sector since 1969 and served for 20 years with the San Francisco Jewish Community Center, including 7 years as the Executive Director. Retired from her professional role, currently she is Volunteer Coordinator with Mill Valley Village, an organization […]

Orren Perlman

Orren Perlman, M.D. is a psychiatrist in private practice in San Francisco and Petaluma, CA. After completing his psychiatry residency at Harvard Medical School in 1994, he became an Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at UCSF, teaching medical students and serving as the Unit Chief for the first LGBT focused psychiatric in-patient unit in the country at […]

Danielle Meshorer

Danielle Helene Meshorer is Manager of Venture Philanthropy and Giving Circles at the Jewish Community Federation and Endowment Fund in San Francisco (JCF). Danielle directs established and new venture philanthropy opportunities including the Jewish Women’s Fund, LGBTQ Jewish Pride Fund, Next Generation Giving Circle, impacting investing forum, as well as other collaborative giving opportunities. Prior […]

Nzinga Koné-Miller

Nzinga Koné-Miller is a Senior Vice President at M+R, a strategic consulting firm that helps nonprofits build movements, raise money, and create political change. A team and account lead, project manager, and strategist, Nzinga has over a decade of experience helping nonprofits use digital technology to mobilize their supporters. Formerly a member of the trailblazing […]

Natasha Kehimkar

Natasha comes from a family of Bene Israel Jews. Growing up in Toronto, she had an Ashkenazi Jewish day school and synagogue experience, along with a unique Indian Jewish home and festival experience. She credits her parents and grandparents for instilling great pride in her heritage by sharing their personal stories and the remarkable history […]

Katherine Haynes-Sanstad

Katherine Haynes-Sanstad was the Executive Director of Diversity for Northern California Kaiser Permanente. She has over 25 years of experience in marketing, communication, public health research, health care, philanthropy, and futures research. She served as a Director in the Institute for the Future’s health care practice, Planning and Operations Officer for the California Health Care […]