Joe brings distinctive experience and capabilities in business model scaling, reinvention, and operational and financial optimization. He has a demonstrable track record helping companies in transition maximize their operational potential. Before his consulting career, Joe was at Prudential Capital for 15 years where he developed deep operational and corporate finance expertise as both the head of Prudential Restructuring Group (a portfolio of over $3 billion) and later as a Senior Vice President in the Corporate Finance Group underwriting equity and debt investments focusing on middle market companies. Joe currently serves on the following boards: Xolv Technology, Behavioral Health Provider Network, and the Catalight Foundation. Joe served in the Israeli Air Force and holds a BA in Economics with a minor in Mathematics from Queens College and an MBA from the Stern School at New York University. He holds an active California CPA license.
Tasha Henneman oversees PRC’s public policy and government affairs, as well as all communications functions. She also serves as director of the Black Leadership Council, a new policy initiative addressing broken systems of care for African-Americans and other minority populations. Tasha’s professional experience encompasses more than two decades in the nonprofit and government sectors. Prior to PRC, Tasha was chief of staff at SF Goodwill Industries and served as district director for State Senator Nancy Skinner (D9-East Bay) and as education and health policy advisor in the Office of the Mayor of Berkeley. Tasha earned her EdD and MA in early childhood education and leadership at Mills College. She also holds an MA in public administration from California State University Hayward and a BA in liberal studies from California State University Chico. Among her many current board and advisory roles are Lifelong Medical, the Center for Equity in Early Childhood Education, Berkeley Public Schools Fund, The Preventive Ounce, and K*STAR*Productions.
Chuan Teng supports PRC’s array of client services and human sources in her role as Chief of Client Services and Talent. Previously, Chuan served as the Managing Legal Director of PRC’s Legal Advocacy Program, where she helped launch its healthcare legal services practice, then as the Chief of Programs and Confidentiality Officer. Chuan holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor and a juris doctor degree from Santa Clara University. She is a licensed attorney with the State Bar of California.
Randi Paul oversees the overall fundraising strategy for PRC, including annual, major, and planned giving, foundation/corporate giving, operations, and stewardship. She has more than 15 years of experience in the nonprofit arts, higher education, and human services sectors guiding donors to make financially significant investments in mission-driven work through meaningful and effective relationships. Prior to PRC, Randi was the Associate Director of Individual Giving at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music, where she was a part of the capital campaign for the Ute and William K. Bowes, Jr. Center for Performing Arts, and prior to that was at the San Francisco Opera. Randi earned her Bachelor of Arts from Rutgers University.