The GreatNonprofits Board Members

Board Members

Gregg Behr is the executive director of the Grable Foundation. Behr is also the chairman of the Pittsburgh/Allegheny County Complete Count Committee.

Sean Byrnes is the founder and CEO of Outlier, a venture-backed AI start-up. Previously he was the founder of Flurry, the leader in advertising and analytics services for mobile applications. He is also an advisor, mentor, and angel investor in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Mwosi Swenson  is the President and CEO of Donor Digital

Bill Crane is a technical advisor working with early stage start-ups. Most recently, he was VP of engineering for LinkedIn during their pre-public growth phase. He was a manager of Windows platform technology at Sun Microsystems and a staff software engineer at IBM.

Richard Fishman has had careers in law and finance, technology, and venture capital. He currently serves on the boards of numerous publicly traded and privately held companies and nonprofit organizations.

Olivia Khalili is head of CSR for Pagerduty, a VC-backed cloud computing company that produces a SaaS incident response platform for IT departments. She previously led Yahoo’s social impact program, Yahoo for Good.

Clam Lorenz is head of Paypal for Government. He was previously head of Paypal for Nonprofits and co-founder and head of operations for MissionFish, an award-winning social enterprise that powers fundraising programs for eBay and PayPal users.

Peter Manzo is president & CEO of United Ways of California. Manzo previously practiced real estate and corporate law in the private sector, first at the law firm of Riordan & McKinzie, then at Tuttle & Taylor in Los Angeles, before moving into the nonprofit sector.

Shanna Nasiri is head of the Silicon Valley-based Nasiri Foundation and also a product marketing executive at a start-up.

Perla Ni, CEO has executive experience in corporate, academic, and nonprofit sectors. She was the founder and former publisher of the Stanford Social Innovation Review, the leading journal on nonprofit management and philanthropy. Prior to her work at SSIR, Ni co-founded Grassroots Enterprise, later acquired by global public relations firm Edelman.

Christina Trampota is a marketing consultant, with expertise on marketing to Latinx communities. Trampota has worked in senior positions at Visa, AT&T, and Motorola, as well as start-ups.

Cole S. Wilbur has served as a trustee emeritus, trustee, and past president of the Packard Foundation.