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Mahreez Berloui

KIPP Bay Area Schools 

Mahreez Berloui joined KIPP Bay Area Schools in July 2008. As the Controller, she oversees all accounting and reporting activities. Mahreez supervises a team of four individuals that have functional responsibility over accounting, accounts payable, accounts receivable, cash management, financial reports, fiscal compliance and reporting, and annual financial audits. She ensures that the accounting and compliance systems and procedures are in place to support effective school operations. She oversees financial reporting functions, educates stakeholders on financial policies, and improves support of school operations in accounting. She is also responsible for audit committee meetings and our annual 990 tax return. Before joining KIPP, Mahreez worked in the private sector in the fields of tech and education. Mahreez holds a B.A. in Business Administration with a concentration in accounting from San Francisco State University.

Michael Braude
Chief Financial Officer
SF - Marin Food Bank

Michael Braude has worked for the SF-Marin Food Bank since 2000 and has been the Chief Financial Officer since 2004 leading the organization’s HR, IS, Facilities, and Finance departments. During Michael’s tenure, the number of staff has more than tripled, and the budget has grown five-fold. Michael and his team have driven the adoption and implementation of modern technology systems that have streamlined our operations, allowing the Food Bank to distribute food more efficiently and equitably across our network. Michael also played a critical role conducting due diligence during the merger with the Marin Food Bank.

In his free time, Michael is active in efforts to preserve and protect habitat on the San Mateo County coast, where he is a docent naturalist at Año Nuevo State Park. Michael received his bachelor’s degree in philosophy with honors from the University of California, Santa Cruz.

Maria Cammarata

Vice President for Finance & Administration, Treasurer
Mills College

Ms. Maria Cammarata serves as Vice President for Finance and Administration/Treasurer at Mills College in Oakland, California. She leads collaborative strategic efforts and oversees key operating functions including Finance, Information Technology, Risk Management, and Human Resources. As the chief financial officer of the College, Ms. Cammarata is responsible for the planning and implementation of Mills College’s annual operating budget, and she plays a pivotal role in campus planning and capital financing. She chairs the College’s Budget Advisory Committee. Ms. Cammarata also serves as support for the following Mills College Board of Trustees committees: Audit, Finance, and Investment. She supervises approximately 111 staff members.

Prior to coming to Mills, Ms. Cammarata served as Vice President for Finance and Administration/Treasurer for the College of Saint Elizabeth (CSE) for 21 years, where she oversaw the preparation and administration of CSE’s operating budget and provided strategic vision and leadership for the Business Office, Facilities, College Bookstore, Food Service, Human Resources, Information Technology, Security, Construction, and Special Projects. Prior to working in higher education, Ms. Cammarata’s work experience spanned the corporate, financial services, healthcare, and municipal government sectors. She has held management/senior positions with The Hertz Corporation, The American Stock Exchange, The Long Island College Hospital, and with the City of New York Department of General Services where she served as Assistant Commissioner, Fiscal Affairs monitoring the Agency’s $455 million budget.

Ms. Cammarata is affiliated with a number of professional associations and organizations including the National Association of College and University Business Officers (NACUBO), College and University Professional Association for Human Resources (CUPA), and University Risk Management and Insurance Association (URMIA).

Ms. Cammarata earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting from Brooklyn College and her Master of Science in Management degree with a specialization in Organizational Change Management from the College of Saint Elizabeth.

She lives in Pleasant Hill, California and enjoys the great outdoors, playing golf, Mahjong, reading and cooking and entertaining friends and family.

Bella Chang

Director of Finance
& Operations

Mark Day School

Bella Chang serves as Director of Finance and Operations at Mark Day School. 

With over 15 years of experience, prior to joining Mark Day School, she held roles in Consulting, Finance, Business Management for Sales and Marketing, Internal Audit and External Audit.  

She received her Masters from the University of Virginia and her Bachelors from the University of California, Irvine.

Kathy Cheng

Executive Vice President, Chief Financial & Administration Officer

Kathy has been a finance leader in the Y movement for over 30 years and believes that the Y has a positive impact in the communities we serve every day. Kathy enjoys mentoring staff and has been a public speaker in various capacities inside and outside the non-profit sector. 

Juliet Clothier

Chief Financial Officer
Glide Foundation

A respected authority in the financial and management arena, Ms. Clothier has worked with individuals and businesses with annual revenues ranging from $500K to $170M. Her 30+ years of experience includes five years in her current position as CFO of the Glide Foundation, a social justice and direct services organization in San Francisco, California, where she leads the finance, building management and IT divisions.  Additionally, for the past six years, Ms. Clothier has served as a consultant to non-profit entrepreneurs and leaders supporting the strengthening of infrastructures, development of strong policies and systems, recruitment of leadership and strategic planning. For five and a half years prior to consulting, she served as CFO of United Way of the Bay Area.  Before working in the non-profit sector, Juliet served as Controller, Business Analyst, and Director of Operations in multiple industries including consulting, family offices, construction and wholesale distribution. 

Ms. Clothier served on United Way Worldwide's Financial Issues Committee, a national committee of advisors, offering input on subjects relating to financial issues, governance, leadership, and policy. Her expertise on topics such as staffing, executive level management, internal controls, managing in tough economic times, and greening organizations is sought through presentation requests and panel discussion invitations.  She has also been a guest reviewer and lecturer at San Francisco State University. 


She holds a BA in Business Management, with honors, from Dominican University, as well as an MBA from Sonoma State University. 

Jerry Mullaney

Chief Financial Officer & Director of Operations
Head-Royce School

After graduating from Santa Clara University Jerry worked in the banking industry for more than a decade, and has since added 20+ years of director-level accounting and finance experience in both the for-profit and non-profit sectors, including experience at four independent schools in the SF Bay area: Blue Oak, Bentley, Katherine Delmar Burke and (currently) Head-Royce School. He holds master’s degrees in accounting and business administration from the University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee. Jerry lives in Danville with his wife and two teenage children.

Brandon Paige

Director of Finance
& Adminstration

Lighthouse Community Public Schools

Brandon Paige is the Director of Finance and Operations. Prior to joining the Lighthouse staff, Brandon served as Lighthouse’s client manager at Edtec, providing business back office services and becoming well-acquainted with Lighthouse over three years. Before joining Edtec, Brandon was a high school math teacher for six years in Brooklyn and San Francisco. He received his A.B. in Economics at Princeton and his Masters in Teaching from Pace University and was also a NYC Teaching Fellow. Brandon is thrilled to to serve in a role that combines his two passions: the students that we serve and creating a gold-standard financial and operational infrastructure of a high-performing school.

Henry Roth

Vice President for Finance & Administration
Notre Dame de
Namur University 

Henry Roth has served as the CFO and VP Administration at NDNU since 2009.  Prior to that, Mr. Roth served as the Dean of the School of Business and Management at NDNU, Treasurer for eBay Corporation, Senior Vice President of Treasury for Visa International, Vice President in Financial Planning and Analysis at Bank of America, and Corporate Foreign Exchange Trader at Citibank. Mr. Roth graduated cum laude at The American University, with a Bachelors of Science in Psychology and a Bachelors of Arts in Economics. He then enrolled in the Economics Program at the Pennsylvania State University, where he graduated with a Masters of Arts in Economics. 

Carl Taibl
Chief Financial Officer, 
Director of Finance & I.T.

St. Anthony Foundation 

While a CPA, MBA and CFO, Carl calls himself a CNO - Chief Numbers Officer, a strategic advisor & process improvement expert.  Carl is in his third year at St. Anthony’s and directs Finance and I.T., including a $20 million budget and $30 million investment portfolio.

Carl’s previous experience includes CFO of Hanson Bridgett (law firm), Controller of Pillsbury Winthrop (law firm), and CFO of ConnectEd: The California Center for College & Career.   Carl started his career as a CPA in public accounting and holds a MBA from Northwestern University and BS in accounting from Northern Illinois University.  Carl resides in Danville with his wife, son and German Shepherd.

Carma Zisman

Executive Director
Oberlin Dance Collective (ODC) 

Prior to becoming ODC's Executive Director, Carma Zisman served as Director of Institutional Advancement at The Walt Disney Family Museum, where she set strategy for and directed the museum's comprehensive fundraising efforts, membership programs, and marketing and communications. While at the museum she also oversaw business development, guest experience, and the museum's robust volunteer program.

Previously she served as the Vice President of Development at the World Affairs Council of Northern California, and prior to that, as Development Director of the College of Liberal & Creative Arts at San Francisco State University. As an independent consultant and in various roles at Stanford Jazz Workshop, the Amador County Arts Council and the Labor Archives, Zisman has worked collaboratively and successfully with artists, educators, business and operational teams, entrepreneurial leaders, and community members. She is an alumna of Leadership SF and holds a BA from San Francisco State University.

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