Brett Andrews

Brett Andrews joined PRC as Executive Director in February of 2003 and was promoted to CEO in September 2016. Prior to PRC, he spent four years as Executive Director of Los Angeles Team Mentoring, Inc. (LATM), a non-profit that runs TEAMWORKS, a group mentoring program providing mentorship and support to 1,200 middle school students growing up in some of Los Angeles’ most challenging and underserved communities. Prior to LATM, Brett served for six years as the Executive Director of Kids n’ U, Inc., a New-York-City-based non-profit youth service organization sponsored by Michael Kors.

Brett holds a master’s degree in Industrial and Organizational Psychology from George Washington University and a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Penn State University. Brett is also a member of the CBO Workforce Coalition, the Steering Committee of the San Francisco Human Services Network, and the Executive Committee of the San Francisco HIV/AIDS Provider Network. Brett has also served as a Commissioner of the SF Ethics Commission, and currently serves on the Board of Directors of Baker Places, Inc..

Christopher Brown

Christopher Brown is the Chief of Policy & Communications, overseeing public policy and external stakeholder communications at PRC.  Prior to joining PRC, Chris led regional government partnerships and public affairs at Bird, a global transportation-technology firm, and has served at the intersection of policy, politics, community affairs, and the business community for over 15 years. He began his career in Congress as Counsel for the U.S. House Committee on Education and Labor under Committee Chair Rep. George Miller (CA-11), and as Legislative Director for U.S. Rep. Bobby Rush (IL-1).  He later became a longstanding Director at PolicyLink, a national public policy institute focused on racial and economic equity across the national economy. Chris has also served as an advisor to various political campaigns, including Hillary Clinton’s Policy Advisory Council in 2016.


Chris holds a BA from the University of Georgia and a Juris Doctor from DePaul University College of Law in Chicago. He serves on several local, national, and academic boards, including: The University of Georgia School of Public & International Affairs; Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy; Centerforce; Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC); SPUR; and the University of California’s Council on Small and Disadvantaged Businesses.

John Fostel

John comes to PRC with over forty years of combined experience in psychiatric and addiction healthcare, having managed both hospital-based and community-non-profit-based mental health and substance use disorder programs. Contributing to the modern evolution in mental health and addiction healthcare, he has been a part of the movement from the de-institutionalization of the 1980’s to the community-based, individualized, whole person care models of today. Joining Baker Places, Inc., in 2004, he has held leadership roles in the organization’s residential crisis stabilization, substance use disorder, and outpatient supportive living programs.

He received a bachelor’s degree from State University of New York and a master’s degree from Fairleigh Dickinson University in New Jersey, and is a certified addiction treatment counselor.

Robert Pascual

Robert has been working in the nonprofit sector as a finance professional for almost 30 years in senior leadership and consultant roles.  The organizations and government agencies with which he has worked span the fields of health services, housing, employment and training, environmental sustainability, technology, media arts, education, advocacy, organizing, and philanthropy and range in size from $100,000 to over $200 million operating budgets.  He has been an instructor in nonprofit financial management through CompassPoint Nonprofit Services and at Cal State East Bay and has spoken on financial management topics at conferences and Bay Area universities.  Robert’s background also includes over 10 years of management experience in the financial services industry, a BBA in Finance from the George Washington University, and an MBA from the Haas School of Business at the University of California, Berkeley.  He lives in San Rafael and enjoys soccer, skiing, mountain biking, hiking, and music.

Chuan Teng, Esq.

Chuan Teng supports PRC’s social services programs in her role as Chief of Programs and Confidentiality Officer. Previously, Chuan served as the Managing Legal Director of PRC’s Legal Advocacy Program, where she helped launch its healthcare legal services practice. 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.

Joe Tuohy

Joe comes to PRC with over twenty years of experience, primarily in the arts. Most recently, he served as Director of Development at Architecture for Humanity, a global humanitarian design firm. Before that, he was Director of the Palo Alto Art Center Foundation. While living in NYC, he served as Development Director at both Second Stage Theatre and School of Visual Arts. Early in his career, he worked at San Francisco Ballet and was Executive Director of the Bay Area Dance Series. He holds a bachelor’s degree in English Literature and Interdisciplinary Studies from the University of California, Berkeley, and undertook graduate studies in Art Criticism and Writing at School of Visual Arts.

Jim Wegman

Jim has been managing data and technology in the not-for-profit sector for over twenty-five years. He joined PRC in 2003 after relocating to San Francisco from Rochester, New York. Prior to his move west, Jim spent over five years in the role of MIS Director for AIDS Rochester (now known as Trillium Health). His career in non-profit human services began at the United Way of Greater Rochester where he fulfilled a variety of data management and administrative roles over his three-year tenure.