Richard “Dick” Daniels, Chair

Executive Vice President and Chief Information Officer (Retired)
Kaiser Foundation Hospitals and Health Plan, Inc.

Dick Daniels was the executive vice president and chief information officer for Kaiser Foundation Hospitals and Health Plan, Inc. Dick was responsible for Kaiser Permanente’s Information Technology vision, strategy, and execution. Dick has more than 30 years of information technology leadership experience. Before joining Kaiser Permanente in 2008, he served as senior vice president and divisional CIO for Capital One and as senior vice president at JP Morgan Chase. In 2007, Computerworld honored him as a Premier 100 IT Leader.


Joy Weiss, Vice-Chair

President and CEO
Tempo Automation

Joy Weiss is President & CEO of Tempo Automation, the worlds fastest software-enabled electronics manufacturer. Joy has held executive leadership positions at a variety of private and public technology companies. She also serves on the boards of several private companies, including Tempo Automation and Inkspace Imaging. She holds a BSEE from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.



Mark Seiler, Treasurer

Managing Partner

Mark Seiler is the managing partner of Metrovation, a real estate development firm as well as principal of Metrovation Capital, a real estate capital company. Mark serves on several boards of directors, including Boys and Girls Club of Oakland and Jewish Family and Children’s Services of Northern California. He is also past president of Rhoda Goldman Plaza, a not-for-profit assisted living and Alzheimers community.



Kuang Chen

Board Member

Kuang Chen is the founder of Captricity and the recipient of MIT Technology Review’s ‘35 Innovators Under 35’ award. The idea for Captricity came from Kuang’s PhD dissertation at UC Berkeley. His research focused on data-centric approaches to increase the efficiency of low-resource organizations. While doing research in Tanzania and Uganda, he experienced first-hand the importance and difficulty of transforming paper into actionable data. Captricity now provides its solution to a majority of top insurance companies, as well as U.S. government agencies and hundreds of non-profits, to increase revenue, reduce cost, and power insights.


Rob Hull

Adaptive Insights

A former CFO, Rob founded Adaptive Insights with a vision to provide modern finance leaders with an easy-to-use SaaS-based solution to manage business performance. Previously, Rob held the roles of CEO of ChemTracker, and CFO for software companies LoopNet and Risk Management Solutions, among others. Over the course of his career as a successful entrepreneur, he’s raised close to $200 million in equity and debt capital for his companies, and has completed several successful M&A transactions.

As a finance veteran and expert in cloud-based initiatives, Rob speaks frequently to finance leaders regarding best practices in planning, forecasting, and analysis; he also speaks to CFOs sharing insight into how cloud-based corporate performance management (CPM) can drive competitive advantage. Prior to his financial management roles, Rob was a consultant for Booz, Allen & Hamilton. Rob holds a bachelor’s degree in economics from Stanford University.


Pat Morrin

Danvera Foundation

Pat Morrin is the former co-founder, CFO, and vice president for Basis Communications Corporation – a communications semiconductor company based in Fremont, California, which was acquired by Intel Corporation. Pat was previously director of marketing and business development at Intel, and held various finance positions at Cirrus Logic, Inc. He is currently a member of the Board of Directors for The Boys and Girls Clubs of Oakland; a member on the Board of Advisors for Harold and Pauline Price Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation at the University of California, Los Angeles; and chairman of the Board of Advisors for the Dean of Arts and Sciences at the University of San Diego. Pat received a B.A. in English and a BBA in business management from the University of San Diego, and an MBA from UCLA’s Anderson School of Management.


Pooja Shah

Nonprofit Strategy and Finance Leader

Pooja Shah has a mix of private and nonprofit sector experience. Her first nonprofit role was as a Playworks coach in East Oakland, CA, and she is thrilled to be back at Playworks as a board member. Pooja most recently served as the Vice President of Strategy, Finance and Operations at Peer Health Exchange, a national nonprofit organization that trains college students to provide a comprehensive health education to underserved high school students. Prior to Peer Health Exchange, she was the Chief Financial Officer of a national nonprofit organization called Reading Partners and also spent some time at the KIPP Foundation. Pooja started her career in technology investment banking at Lehman Brothers followed by corporate business development at Cisco Systems. Pooja graduated from UC Berkeley with a B.A. in Economics and minor in Business Administration. She earned her MBA from Harvard Business School.


LaTida Smith

President & CEO
Moses Taylor Foundation

LaTida Smith is President and CEO of Moses Taylor Foundation, a health conversion foundation established to promote the health and wellbeing of an 11-county region of Northeast Pennsylvania.  Prior to joining Moses Taylor, LaTida served 12 years with Saint Luke’s Foundation of Cleveland, Ohio. Early in her career, LaTida led the City of Cleveland’s HIV/AIDS Unit and served as a Community Educator for Planned Parenthood of Greater Cleveland.

LaTida currently chairs the Board of Directors of Grantmakers for Effective Organizations and serves on the boards of Highlights Foundation, NEPA Alliance’s Nonprofit Community Assistance Center and the University of Scranton’s Institutional Review Board. LaTida holds a BA from Ohio Wesleyan University and MAs in English and Women’s Studies from The Ohio State University.  She lives in South Abington Township with her husband, Walter and their children Walter and Clarke.


Jill Vialet


Jill Vialet established Playworks in 1996 and has led the organization through rapid growth for more than 18 years. Jill’s selection as an Ashoka Fellow in 2004 provided the opportunity she had been seeking to put her vision for national expansion into action. Jill is considered a leader in the field of play and a successful social entrepreneur, receiving invitations to speak at Skoll World Forum, Partnership for a Healthier America Summit, TEDx, Harvard Law School, Stanford School of Business, and Social Impact Exchange. In December 2011, Jill was named one of 30 Social Entrepreneurs of the Year by Forbes magazine. Read more