Tarrell Gamble has over 10 years of experience specializing in the placement of corporate and municipal securities as well as trading government securities for institutional accounts. Additionally, Tarrell is responsible for relationship management and business development with corporations across all areas of the firm. Tarrell completed the Tuck Executive Education program.
James Lance Taylor is author of the book Black Nationalism in the United States: From Malcolm X to Barack Obama, which earned 2011 “Outstanding Academic Title” -Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries (January 2012). He is currently serving as associate professor and Chair of the Department of Politics at the University of San Francisco.
Jackie Young has served on several Nonprofit Boards where she exercised her leadership talents. She served as the Board President/Chair The Foundation for San Francisco’s Architectural Heritage from 1983-1986.
Phyllis Culp is a member of the Ohio and California Bars. She retired from the State Bar of California where she was employed for many years. She is a former member of the ABA’s Standing Committee on Specialization, former member of the California Supreme Court’s Judicial Council’s Access and Fairness Committee and past chair of its Education and Gender Fairness subcommittees, past president of Black Women Lawyers of Northern California, and a current member Board of Directors of the National Board of Trial Advocacy.
Margaret Chiu is Assistant Superintendent Emeritus of SFUSD (San Francisco Unified School District). She has a bilingual and multicultural background. She was born in Macau, grew up in Hong Kong, and after immigrating to the U.S., she received her B.S. and M.A. degrees from San Francisco State University and University of San Francisco respectively.
Stephanie Gee is a San Francisco native who has witnessed the city change and grow. While she embraces many of the developments, she also cares about preserving San Francisco’s identity and advocating for those who are marginalized. She first joined the SF Achiever family through the mentorship program and loves it.
Aklil Ibssa is a first generation Ethiopian-American working at LinkedIn in corporate development (M&A), responsible for acquisitions and corporate strategy.