Berkeley Board Fellows Coach bios 3/22/2012


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Berkeley Board Fellows Coach bios 3/22/2012

  1. 1. Professional Development Training for Berkeley Board Fellows Organizations March 22, 2012, 6:00-8:30pmTraining Coaches: Colin Boyle – Partner & Managing Director, BCG San Francisco Colin isthe Managing Director at BCG in San Francisco. He is a member of BCG’s Health Care practice and has led a number of the firm’s social-impact projects. Before BCG, he worked at Partnership for Organ Donation in Boston as a site team specialist and for Corporate Decisions in Boston as an associate. Jay Espovich – Partner, Ernst & Young (Ret.) Jay worked at Ernst and Young/Arthur Young & Company for 32 years, in the Bay Area and in Singapore and London. He has a BA from Bowdoin College and a JD from Boston University. Jay has recently served on the boards of directors of: West Coast Children’s Clinic (chair), Judah L. Magnes Museum, and Global Pediatric Alliance. Jay also spent ten years as an active board member of the former Oakland-based Home for Jewish Parents, now the Reutlinger Community for Jewish Living located in Danville. Paul Jansen–Adjunct Professor, Haas and Director Emeritus, McKinsey & Company Paul co-founded and led McKinsey’s Global Nonprofit Practice serving leading nonprofits and foundations on issues of strategy and organization. He is the author of many articles and reports challenging sector beliefs about performance, including a co-authored report entitled, The Dynamic Board: Lessons from High-Performing Nonprofits. Paul teaches Social Sector Solutions and Nonprofit Boards: Governance and Leadership at Haas. He currently serves on the boards of Care USA and San Francisco Zoo. David Riemer - Executive-in-residence, Berkeley-Haas David is a former Ad Agency President and VP of Marketing at Yahoo!. He now advises emerging Internet and consumer technology companies through his company Box Out Industries. He specializes in helping new companies clarify their business and product strategy. David also founded a production company (Spiral Staircase) to produce theatrical projects. He is currently producing an original musical by Bruce Hornsby. David is a guest lecturer/mentor at the Berkeley-Haas Business School where he serves as Executive-in-Residence. He serves on the Board of the American Conservatory Theater and the Destiny Arts Center. Nora Silver– Adjunct Professor, Haas and Director, Center for Nonprofit & Public Leadership Nora is Director of the Center and Adjunct Professor at the Haas School of Business, UC Berkeley. She brings over 30 years of leadership experience as a nonprofit founder, executive director and board member. She has consulted internationally with more than 200 organizations on strategy and governance, authored books and articles on leadership and community involvement and taught at universities and conferences around the world. She founded and ran three nonprofit organizations and has experience as a funder at a community foundation. Nora teaches Strategic Management of Nonprofit Organizations, Social Sector Solutions, and Cal Strategic Philanthropy at Haas. She has led the growth of the Board Fellows program from 8 fellows in 2004 to 94 fellows in 2011-12. Center for Nonprofit & Public Leadership Haas School of Business, UC Berkeley