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Kelly Feuillet

Controller/Director of 
Financial Reporting

The San Diego Foundation

As Controller, Kelly oversees the accounting, audit, tax, and cash management activities at The San Diego Foundation. This includes ensuring an appropriate system of accountability and contingency plans designed to mitigate risk as well as enhance the accuracy of the reported financial results.

Prior to joining The Foundation, Kelly has worked in public accounting, auditing in various industries and not-for-profit organizations, and forensic accounting, providing discovery, analysis and presentation of complex financial and economic issues central in litigation matters. From 2007 through 2013, she worked at Scripps Health, managing the accounting for various areas including the five hospitals, 20+ clinics, restricted funds and investments.

Kelly graduated from San Diego State University with a bachelor’s degree in Business Management with an emphasis in Accounting. She is a Certified Public Accountant in the state of California and is a veteran of the United States Navy.

Mark Fisher

Diocese and Non-Profit Channel Manager
TRITEC Americas

Mark A. Fisher is the Diocese and Non-Profit Channel Manager for TRITEC Americas, which is a leading provider of solar energy project financing and development services for the commercial and industrial solar market.  Previously Fisher was Chief Financial Officer for the Roman Catholic Diocese of San Diego, which encompasses all of San Diego and Imperial Counties. The Diocese includes 98 parishes, 36 preschools, 45 elementary schools and 6 high schools. From 1998 to 2013, Fisher served as a key member of senior finance leadership for Sempra Energy, a San Diego-based Fortune 500 energy services holding company. Previously, Fisher held numerous positions at San Diego Gas & Electric (SDG&E) from 1986 to 1998, including manager of investor and shareholder relations. Fisher began his career in public accounting in 1982 with predecessor firms to Ernst & Young in Newport Beach and later with Deloitte and Touche, LLP in San Diego before joining SDG&E. Fisher has a master’s degree and a bachelor’s degree in business administration from San Diego State University. He is married and has two adult children.

Lenore Fraga

Chief Financial Officer
Bishop's School

Lenore joined The Bishop’s School in the spring of 2004 as its Chief Operating & Financial Officer. The School boasts total assets of $145 million, an endowment of almost $50 million, and over 200 employees. Lenore earned her BBA at Pace University in New York, is a CPA licensed in New Jersey, and began her career with Deloitte (Haskins & Sells) there. After a transfer to San Diego and getting married, she worked for a local construction company as their controller for several years and then for California Western School of Law, an independent law school, as its CFO for 15 years before taking her position at The Bishop’s School. Lenore lives in Pacific Beach with her husband Paul and has three adult children all still living in California.

Jen Keyes

Chief Financial Officer
La Jolla Institute for Allergy & Immunology

Jen Keyes serves as Chief Financial Officer of the La Jolla Institute for Allergy and Immunology. She has over 15 years of hands-on non-profit and for-profit experience in roles such as auditor, consultant, director of finance and grant maker.

Prior to joining La Jolla Institute for Allergy and Immunology in 2014, Ms. Keyes held the position of Controller at Episcopal Community Services, a California non-profit civic and social organization with $24M in revenues. A licensed Certified Public Accountant since 2003, she received a B.S. in Accounting from San Diego State University.

Ms. Keyes serves the local community as Treasurer of the Board of Directors of Dreams for Change, a San Diego nonprofit organization; Treasurer for the San Diego Police Foundation, and Audit Committee Member of Harmonium, Inc., a 501(c)(3) organization in San Diego.

Leslie Levinson

Chief Financial Officer
San Diego State University Research Foundation

Leslie Levinson is the Chief Financial Officer of SDSU Research Foundation (SDSURF). Leslie Levinson has been a CFO for over 20 years at large and complex organizations. Prior to her role at SDSURF, she was CFO of The Campanile Foundation as well as The San Diego Foundation. Additionally, she was a founding partner and Executive Vice President at Pierce Education Properties running all day-to-day operations of the company.

Ms. Levinson is currently on the Board of Walden Family Services as well as Chair of its Audit Committee. Previously, she was on the Board of and President of California Ballet as well as on the Board of the Child Abuse Prevention Foundation. She was named CFO of the year by the San Business Journal in 2014. She was also previously on the Board of the California State University system-wide organization Auxiliary Organization Association (AOA) and held various roles including that of President. Ms. Levinson earned her degree in accounting from San Diego State University and is a CPA certified in California.

Reed Vickerman

The New Children’s Museum, San Diego

With thirty years of finance and operations experience in biotech and hi-tech, Reed now manages the administration functions (Finance, HR, Legal, Facilities) at The New Children’s Museum. Reed began his career with Hewlett-Packard and has had subsequent executive roles with PriceWaterhouseCoopers (PWC) and General Atomics. After a successful exit from Amylin Pharmaceuticals, purchased by Bristol-Myers Squibb, Reed has served as strategic advisor to a number of software start-ups including Independa, EveryoneCounts, E-Molecules, CureMetrix and Lead Inclusively. Reed has a degree in Managerial Economics from Carnegie-Mellon University, executive training from Harvard and UCLA, and has chaired the UC San Diego Undergraduate Scholarship Triton 5K, for over ten years. He and his wife Jennifer live in La Jolla.

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