Advisory Board

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David Goodman

CIO in Residence, NetHope & former CIO of the IRC

David has over 22 years of experience in many facets of technology. He has worked at large non-profits, small startups, and many things in between.  He combines a strong systems and application management background with a solid grounding in business fundamentals.  As the CIO of the IRC, David has global responsibility for all technology activities. Leading a staff of 26 in New York and Nairobi, he oversees teams focused on infrastructure, application development, and project management. He and his team are responsible for RescueNet, the IRC’s global intranet, and are working on other enterprise systems for grants management, program data management, and HRIS. On the infrastructure side, David and his team are working to increase the reliability of IT in the IRC’s field offices by implementing a global WAN via satellite, as well as solutions for general infrastructure and networking. Most recently, the IRC has launched, under David’s leadership, a unit focused on providing technology solutions in support of program delivery (ICT for Programs). 


Goodman holds a B.A. in Philosophy and Linguistics from Hampshire College, and an MBA in Management from Fordham University. 


Julian Jaeger

Julian Jaeger

Managing Director, Palm Ventures

Julian Jaeger brings over fifteen years of global development experience prior to He has spent the majority of his career developing partnerships with major multinational organizations in North America and around the world. Jaeger currently serves on the on the leadership team of the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) as the Director of Partnerships, responsible for relationships between CGI and its strategic partners with a focus on business development. Before joining CGI, Jaeger headed both Partnership Development and Business Development for North America at the World Economic Forum where he worked for over nine years, serving the organization in both Geneva and New York. Prior to his time with the Forum, he worked for seven years at the United Nations' World Intellectual Property Organization with the Office of Management, Budget, and Control.


Jaeger holds both an MBA and a BA from the International University in Geneva, Switzerland.

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Lauren Woodman

CEO, NetHope

Lauren Woodman joined NetHope as the Chief Executive Officer for NetHope in January, 2014. A passionate advocate for the power of technology to drive social change, she has spent 20 years in leadership roles in technology, policy, economic development and education in the public and private sectors.


Before NetHope, Lauren led government and education programs at Microsoft for more than a decade. These public-private partnerships spanned a variety of needs, including disaster response, economic development, language accessibility, and education. Under her leadership, Microsoft’s most significant education program, Partners in Learning, resulted in $500 million in direct investment so that more than 12 million teachers and 230 million students in 134 countries benefitted from more effective use of technology in teaching and learning.


She currently serves on the National Education Association Foundation Board of Directors and the World Affairs Council of Seattle Board of Directors.

Suzanne DiBianca

Suzanne DiBianca

EVP of Corporate Relations & Chief Philanthropy Officer

Suzanne is president and co-founder of the Foundation, whose innovative programmes leverage the resources of to improve communities around the world. The foundation’s 1/1/1 model of integrated corporate philanthropy has delivered more than $65 million in grants, 620,000+ hours of community service, and product donations for over 22,000 nonprofits to the nonprofit community for fifteen years. Suzanne currently serves as a member on several boards and advisory councils, including: World Affairs Council's Global Philanthropy Forum,, Business Advisory Council to SFUSD and Goodwill Industries. She was a former member of the Board for San Francisco School Volunteers and Entrepreneurs Foundation. Prior to joining, Suzanne was a principal at CSC Consulting Group in the Strategic Services Division.


She completed her Bachelor of Arts in Communications and Economics at the University of Colorado, Boulder.

Ronnie Lott

Ronnie Lott

Founder, All-Stars Helping Kids

Ronnie Lott has been a champion and a leader his entire life. Over 15 years since his retirement from professional football, he continues to be revered by coaches and players of all levels for his superb dedication, constant all out effort, incredible tackling ability, and his genuine heart and soul. He is also highly respected within the community for his long history of off-the-field philanthropic involvement.


Ronnie Lott’s legendary career included four Super Bowl titles and 10 Pro-Bowl appearances. He is one of only five 49ers to play on all of the team’s 1980s Super Bowl wins. In 1989, while still playing for the 49ers, Ronnie made a commitment to give back to his community by founding All Stars Helping Kids, which supports disadvantaged youth in the Bay Area and throughout the nation. To date, All Stars Helping Kids has raised over $20 million dollars for disadvantaged youth. In 2008, All Stars was named outstanding charity by Catholic Charities.

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Daniel Lurie

CEO, Tipping Point Community

Before founding Tipping Point Community in 2005, Daniel Lurie worked with the Bill Bradley Presidential Campaign, Accenture Consulting and the Robin Hood Foundation. The 9/11 attack occurred within Daniel's first week at Robin Hood and he was struck by the organization's ability to leverage the country's generosity to provide relief to low-income New Yorkers. Over the following few years, Daniel adapted Robin Hood's model to his home community, the San Francisco Bay Area. Since 2005, Tipping Point has raised more than $70 million to educate, employ, house and support more than 365,000 people in need.


Daniel holds a B.A. in Political Science from Duke University and a Master's in Public Policy from the Goldman School at UC Berkeley. He sits on the Board of Directors the Mimi and Peter Haas Fund and the Levi Strauss Foundation. Most recently, he served as Chair of the Super Bowl L bid committee.

Mindy Silverstein

Mindy Silverstein

Managing Director, Milken Institute

As managing director of the Milken Institute, Mindy Silverstein leads the development of strategic initiatives and facilitates partnerships with multi-national corporations, financial institutions, governments and foundations to advance solutions that create prosperity around the world. She helps shape the Institute's agenda as a member of the executive management team and spearheads regional and frontier initiatives. Since joining the Institute in 2005, Silverstein has been on the forefront of the growth and diversification of the organization’s business development efforts, and continues to engage with institutions and individuals from California to London to Sub-Saharan Africa. Before joining the Institute, Silverstein designed and executed marketing, development and evaluation strategies for various multi-national corporations, large foundations and nonprofits.


Silverstein received a bachelor's degree from Indiana University and an M.B.A. from Pepperdine University.

Dalila Wilson-Scott

Dalila Wilson-Scott

SVP, Community Investment & President Comcast Foundation

Dalila Wilson-Scott is Managing Director of Global Philanthropy at JPMorgan Chase & Co., a global leader in corporate philanthropy with $210 million annually invested in communities and nonprofit organizations across 40 countries and spanning 6 continents. Ms. Wilson-Scott has been with the firm for over fourteen years and brings over eight years of leadership and participation on firm-wide strategic initiatives, community partnerships, and civic engagement.


Mrs. Wilson-Scott holds an M.B.A. in Finance and Management from New York University's Leonard N. Stern School of Business and a B.A. in Economics from NYU's College of Arts and Science.

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Tom Subak

Chief Strategy Officer & Assistant to the President, Planned Parenthood Federation of America

Tom Subak is the Chief Information Officer for Planned Parenthood Federation of America (PPFA). As CIO, Mr. Subak oversees the development of the long-term information and technology strategy and execution for PPFA and the federation.


Prior to joining PPFA, Mr. Subak was the founder and CEO of the e Organization — an Internet strategy consulting group that worked exclusively with nonprofit organizations and political campaigns. The e Organization was acquired by Mindshare Interactive Campaigns (now named Virilion), after which Mr. Subak joined PPFA. Before founding the e Organization, he spent 10 years with the Fund for the Public Interest, a national nonprofit organization that works to increase the visibility, membership, and political power of the nation’s leading environmental and progressive groups. At the fund, Mr. Subak ran several state ballot-initiative campaigns, a 75-office national canvass and field operation on behalf of clients including the PIRGs, the Sierra Club, and the Human Rights Campaign among others, and created and launched the fund’s first major donor program. He also served as the organization’s national canvass director.


Mr. Subak is a frequent guest speaker and writer on all things related to the Internet. He is a graduate of Hobart College.

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Bryan Breckenridge

Executive Director,

Bryan Breckenridge is Executive Director of, Box’s philanthropic social enterprise.  In his role,Bryan leads the company’s efforts to enable nonprofits to innovate and reach their mission.  Prior to Box,Bryan founded the nonprofit-facing pillar of LinkedIn for Good supporting nonprofits’ successful use ofLinkedIn.  Previously, Bryan was Director of Nonprofits and Education at the whichleverages’s people, technology and resources to improve communities.  Bryan serves ontwo nonprofit boards serving youth and families near San Francisco and is a member of the Clinton GlobalInitiative Advisory Council.  Bryan received a Bachelors degree as class valedictorian in Journalism at theUniversity of Kansas.

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Erik Arnold

Erik has a passion for seeing digital technology drive mission impact in the nonprofit sector. For over 25 years, he’s applied his experience in IT strategy, business technology, and systems integration to some of the toughest problems at international organizations in both for-profit and nonprofit.  Erik also tends to balance strategic leadership with a sense of humor. 

Erik is active in the local, national, and international technology community. He currently sits on the board of directors of NetHope, the Foundation for Healthy Generations, and Pet Partners. He has also served on the CIO advisory boards for, InsideNGO, and 501Commons.



Dylan Smith

Chief Financial Officer & Cofounder

Dylan Smith is the Chief Financial Officer and Cofounder of Box, where he leads Box's global finance, legal, and IT functions. He has been instrumental in Box's growth and development and is responsible for building the company’s finance and operational infrastructure. Prior to Box, Dylan spent his time earning Box's seed funding through various entrepreneurial endeavors. He has served as a member of Box’s board of directors since the company was founded in 2005.

Dylan holds a B.A. in Economics from Duke University.