Giving Compass Board of Directors

Jeff Raikes Co-founder mdi-twitter mdi-linkedin

Jeff Raikes (he/him) is the co-founder of the Raikes Foundation with his wife, Tricia. The foundation envisions a world where race is no longer a predictor of life’s outcomes, especially for young people. Key areas of focus include creating a more equitable education system so all students can thrive, preventing and ending youth homelessness nationwide, and helping individual donors and philanthropic organizations increase the impact of their giving. Jeff is the former CEO of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, where he led the foundation’s efforts to promote equity for people around the world. Before joining the foundation, Jeff was president of Microsoft’s Business Division. Currently, he is part of the ownership group of the Seattle Mariners and serves on its board. He also serves on the board of Costco Wholesale Corporation, the Raikes School at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Green Diamond Resource Company, and Hudl. After ten years of board service, Jeff is a Chair Emeritus of Stanford University.

Larry Leibowitz Co-founder mdi-linkedin

Larry Leibowitz is a co-founder of Giving Compass, and is passionate about using technology as a leverage point to accelerate social impact. He is a finance and technology entrepreneur specializing in business transformation and capital markets, and currently serves on the Board of Xpansiv, the world’s largest carbon credit and renewables exchange platform, as well as Cowen Inc, and several technology startups. Previously, Mr. Leibowitz served as Chief Operating Officer, Head of Global Equities Markets and as a Member of the board of directors of NYSE Euronext during his tenure from 2007 to 2013, CEO of Schwab Soundview Capital Markets, and CEO of Redibook ECN.

Stephanie Fuerstner Gillis Senior Advisor mdi-twitter mdi-linkedin

Stephanie Fuerstner Gillis is a Director at the Raikes Foundation, where she leads the Impact-Driven Philanthropy Initiative. She came to the foundation from her role as a Managing Director at Arabella Advisors, where she focused on supporting family and individual donors. For 11 years, she also served as the COO and Senior Consultant for Blueprint Research + Design, Inc., working with philanthropy clients on strategy and evaluation. Prior to consulting, Stephanie worked for over a decade in the nonprofit sector, including positions with the Youth Leadership Institute (a California Bay Area youth development organization), the Boys & Girls Clubs of America, the Center for Youth Development and Policy Research, and the Institute for Defense and Disarmament Studies. She has served on the boards of a number of organizations, including College Kids and Food Runners, and has held various school leadership positions.

Kim Laughton Board Member mdi-linkedin

Kim Laughton is the former president of Schwab Charitable, a nonprofit, donor-advised fund provider. During her tenure, Schwab Charitable became one of the largest fundraising charities in the country and facilitated granting of over $20 billion to more than 180,000 charities. Prior to joining Schwab Charitable, Kim held a variety of leadership, strategy, and general management positions at Charles Schwab & Company, supporting its tremendous growth and democratization of investing.

Kim has been recognized by the San Francisco Business Times as one of the most influential women in Bay Area business. She has served on the board of the Educational Foundation of Orinda and as a member of the board of directors and executive committee of Students Rising Above, a nonprofit organization focused on supporting potential first-generation college students to realize their educational and career objectives.

Kim graduated with a BA in economics and a BS in biology from Stanford University. She has an MBA from Harvard Business School and is currently a Stanford Distinguished Career Institute Fellow. Kim lives in the San Francisco Bay Area, where she raised her five children.

Dien Yuen Board Member mdi-linkedin

Dien Yuen, JD/LLM, CAP®, AEP® is the CEO of Daylight Advisors.

A sought-after strategist, speaker, instructor, and practitioner of philanthropy, Dien Yuen has spent the past 25 years fostering innovation and creating impact for communities worldwide.

Dien co-founded Daylight Advisors to revolutionize the field and practice of philanthropic advising. Bringing together her expertise in gift planning, wealth management, professional development, and social impact, Daylight helps maximize philanthropy’s potential for transforming lives by advancing the training, research, professionalization, and diversity of today’s philanthropic field.

Dien founded the Center for Philanthropy and Social Impact at The American College of Financial Services, where she also developed and taught courses as the Blunt-Nickel Professor in Philanthropy for the Chartered Advisor in Philanthropy® (CAP®) designation.

While at the College, Dien launched the Advisors of Color CAP® Study Group, a support group for BIPOC advisors pursuing their designations. That initiative tripled the number of CAP-trained BIPOC philanthropic professionals in the field in less than three years. In addition, she developed and launched Purpose School, an immersive, interactive learning experience to help leaders explore the intersection of meaning and purpose in their lives.

She serves on the boards of Give2Asia, Giving Compass, Angel Island Immigration Station Foundation, and The 1990 Institute and is an advisor to the Asia Society Northern California and Global SF.

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