Chuan Teng, Esq.Chief Executive OfficerChuan Teng, Esq.Chief Executive Officer
Chuan Teng, Esq.
Chuan Teng supports PRC’s array of client services and human sources in her role as Interim Chief Executive Officer. 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, then as Chief of Client Services and Talent, then as Chief Operating 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.
John Fostel, MAChief Clinical OfficerJohn Fostel, MAChief Clinical Officer
John Fostel, MA
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.
Marc Gannon, MSW MBAChief Operating OfficerMarc Gannon, MSW MBAChief Operating Officer
Marc Gannon, MSW MBA
Marc Gannon serves as PRC’s Chief Operating Officer. His background includes nonprofit health and human services, cross-sector community partnerships and philanthropy.
Marc previously held the roles of Chief Operating Officer at Bay Area Community Health, Vice President of Community Impact at Aloha United Way and Chief of Community Health Services at Waikiki Health. He earned a Master of Social Work at Monmouth University and an Executive Master of Business Administration at University of Hawaii. He was honored to receive Monmouth University’s Social Work Alumni Award in 2015 and named a Pacific Business News 40 Under 40 Honoree in 2016.
Marc enjoys his volunteer dog walker job at San Francisco SPCA, supports the San Francisco Department of Elections as a Field Election Deputy, and participates in the East Cut Community Garden.
Tasha Henneman, EdDChief of Policy and Government AffairsTasha Henneman, EdDChief of Policy and Government Affairs
Tasha Henneman, EdD
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.
Leo LevensonConsulting Chief Financial OfficerLeo LevensonConsulting Chief Financial Officer
Leo Levenson, Consulting CFO, oversees PRC Baker Places’ financial operations and planning. Leo joined us after a long career in financial leadership positions with the City of San Francisco. Leo has a Master’s Degree in Public Policy from the University of California, Berkeley, and served in the US Peace Corps as a fisheries volunteer in Zaire (now the Democratic Republic of the Congo).
Beth MazieChief Programs OfficerBeth MazieChief Programs Officer
Beth supports PRC’s social service programs as the Chief Programs Officer. Previously, Beth served as the Senior Supervising Attorney for PRC’s Legal Advocacy Program, then as the Programs Managing Legal Director, and later as the Vice President of Programs. Beth holds a bachelor’s degree from Ithaca College and a Juris Doctor Degree from George Washington University’s National Law Center. She is a licensed attorney with the State Bar of California.
Randi PaulChief Development OfficerRandi PaulChief Development Officer
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.
Jason Cinq-MarsManaging Director of Legal AdvocacyJason Cinq-MarsManaging Director of Legal Advocacy
Danny HicksDirector of Mental Health and Substance Use DisorderDanny HicksDirector of Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder
Danny Hicks specializes in working with individuals and families that are experiencing difficulties related to anxiety, depression, trauma, substance use, processing disorders, sexuality, gender identity, personality disorders, mood disorders, psychotic disorders, and family conflict. Danny believes that developing self-awareness by understanding how your thoughts are related to your behaviors can empower and help you to actively account for your reality. You can use this insight to make the changes that will be necessary to live life more healthily.
Aaron KraftDirector of Co-opAaron KraftDirector of Co-op
Erickson MoraisDirector of Property ManagementErickson MoraisDirector of Property Management
Martin MunetonDirector of Client Services Emergency Financial AssistanceMartin MunetonDirector of Client Services Emergency Financial Assistance
Martin Muneton supports PRC as the Program Director of Emergency Fund Assistance. Martin holds a baccalaureate degree in Political Science from the University College London (UCL) and has been working in the HIV field for 25 years since 1997.
Greg PerezManaging Director of PX & Office ServicesGreg PerezManaging Director of PX & Office Services
Joe Ramirez-ForcierManaging Director of Workforce DevelopmentJoe Ramirez-ForcierManaging Director of Workforce Development
Joseph Ramirez-Forcier supports PRC as the Managing Director for PRC Workforce Development. Joseph is responsible for providing leadership in setting the direction of the PRC Workforce Development Program. He most recently launched the Getting to Zero HIV Workforce Development Services, Peer to Peer certificate Occupational Skills Training (Lift Up SF), SF Dreamkeeper Workforce Development services for the Black/African American Community for the Black Trans Community, Black Peer community services with the OEWD Health Care Academy program expansion. Prior to joining PRC, he was a Case Manager at ECS of San Francisco in the Tenderloin providing direct case management services, then as a Substance Use Counselor at Stepping Stone of San Diego. Prior to Joseph’s non-profit career, he worked for 20 years in technology companies in the San Francisco Bay Area in Product and Technical Marketing in the Telecommunications and Computer Technologies sectors for ROLM/IBM and the MCI Corporation. During this time he volunteered for 20 years at various organizations for people with HIV/AIDS.
Melida SolorzanoDirector of Mental Health and Substance Use DisorderMelida SolorzanoDirector of Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder
Lanny SuwarnoControllerLanny SuwarnoController
Jeremy Tsuchitani-WatsonDirector of Quality ManagementJeremy Tsuchitani-WatsonDirector of Quality Management
Jessica WinterrowdAssociate Chief Clinical OfficerJessica WinterrowdAssociate Chief Clinical Officer
Jim WegmanDirector of Quality Contract ComplianceJim WegmanDirector of Quality Contract Compliance
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.
Board of Directors
Brian SchneiderPRC PresidentBrian SchneiderPRC President
Brian Schneider, Head of Investor Relationships and Marketing, leads Prime Finance’s fundraising and investor relationships. Before joining Prime, Mr. Schneider built and ran large real estate and real asset investment portfolios for Morgan Stanley AIP, Medley Partners, the University of Pennsylvania, as well as DuPont and TRW pension plans. Earlier in his career, Mr. Schneider worked at Prudential, MetLife, and First Texas Savings in lending and asset management. Mr. Schneider holds a B. A. in Economics from Connecticut College and an MBA in Real Estate/Finance from The University of Texas at Austin.
Nichole WileyPRC Vice PresidentNichole WileyPRC Vice President
Nichole Wiley is a Director of Asset Management in the Office/Life Science Sector at Nuveen. Nichole has over 20 years of experience in commercial real estate; prior to joining the firm, Nichole worked for Jones Lang LaSalle Americas, Inc., Flynn Holdings, Genzon and CBRE. Nichole and her family are actively involved with the Fr. Sauer Academy, Nichole also serves on the Saint Ignatius Pacific Asian Club. A 1st generation San Francisco Native, Nichole attended the San Francisco public school system and is passionate about philanthropy and supporting the movement for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.
Darren SmithPRC TreasurerDarren SmithPRC Treasurer
Darren Smith, managing director, leads the Western U.S. for JPMAM’s North America Institutional business.
An employee since 2001, Darren manages a team of investment professionals that serve the investment needs of U.S. institutional investors, including corporations, public funds, endowments, and foundations.
He also serves on the North America Institutional business management team. Prior to joining the Firm, Darren worked for Lincoln Financial, Liberty Funds, and INVESCO Funds as a wholesaler.
Darren received a B.S. in Business and Public Administration from the University of the Pacific. He holds FINRA Series 7, 63 and 24 licenses and his NFA Series 3 and 30 licenses
Josh FriemanJosh Frieman
Josh Frieman is a Principal at Prime Group where he leads the accounting, investor relations and business technology teams for both Prime Residential and Prime Finance. He also serves as the Chief Compliance Officer for both Prime Finance and Prime Residential. Mr. Frieman joined Prime Group in 2005 and has been involved in all facets of real estate investment, finance and administration including leadership roles in over $5 billion of real estate transactions. Prior to that, he was an advisor to distressed businesses, overseeing numerous restructurings and liquidations. Earlier in his career, Mr. Frieman practiced corporate law with Latham & Watkins and served as the General Counsel for a start-up technology company. Mr. Frieman graduated with honors from University of California at Berkeley and Harvard Law School.
Nelson GonzalezNelson Gonzalez
Nelson Gonzalez is Head of Global Impact Computing at Amazon Web Services. Mr. Gonzalez has been a trusted advisor to the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, Packard Foundation and Stupski Foundation. A sought-after public speaker, his subjects include how quantum computing and autonomous systems can achieve positive social impact and sustainability, conservation, healthcare, and human rights.
Ryo IshidaRyo Ishida
Ryo Ishida is a Vice President at Lyric (www.lyric.com), which operate apartment-style hotels. Ryo heads up their West Coast division. Prior to joining Lyric, Ryo spent six years at Prudential Real Estate Investors, most recently responsible for the East Coast Development Group. Before Prudential, Ryo worked at Peter Linneman’s private equity group and also as a developer. Ryo serves on the boards of PRC and of Montgomery Advisors. Ryo is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania. Outside of work, he enjoys tennis, cycling, soccer and cooking Japanese food.
Michael KyleMichael Kyle
Michael Kyle is a Bay Area native and an advocate at heart. Currently, Michael is an HR executive at global startup technology companies where he has been focused on expanding opportunity more equitably and inspiring cultures of inclusion and belonging. Michael spent his early career in banking at US Bank and Wells Fargo where he served as a key change maker in advancing LGBTQIA+ inclusion as President of its LGBTQIA ERG. While there he helped the unbanked to improve the financial well-being of the most underserved through work on the Bank on San Francisco initiative, which later inspired the new Office of Financial Empowerment. Michael received his Bachelor’s Degree from UC Berkeley and has previously served on the Board of Directors of LYRIC and GSA Network. Michael is also a five-time AIDS/Lifecycle cyclist, an active member in the local recovery community, and a current singer with the San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus. He resides in the Castro District with his French bulldog named Douglass.
Jacques MichaelsJacques Michaels
Jacques Michaels is a San Francisco community leader, entertainer, and member of the Imperial Council, a non-profit that hosts and participates in a variety of entertainment and educational events and activities in support of a variety of diverse community-based charitable organizations that do not discriminate based upon race, age, gender, sexual orientation, religion, or ethnic background. Jacques sits on PRC’s Fund Development and Board Development Committees.
Michael NiczyporukMichael Niczyporuk
Michael Niczyporuk is a former physicist turned FinTech and payments executive who has built and grown technology-driven businesses across Visa, USAA, Citi and Capital One. Having spent his career making financial services more inclusive and empowering using technology, Michael is passionate about ensuring that everyone benefits — and that no one gets left behind — amidst the dramatic shift to digital across all aspects of our lives. Michael received his Ph.D. from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and his B.S. from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, both in Physics. Originally from Kraków, Poland, Michael immigrated to the United States in 1983 and is proud to call San Francisco his adopted home.
Zack PapilionZack Papilion
Zachary Papilion is a Senior Manager at Apple and has worked at the intersection of technology and consumer experience for most of his career. Mr. Papilion has been involved with PRC since 2004 as a committed donor and is eager to support the organization in a new way.
Tamarah PrevostTamarah Prevost
Tamarah is a partner at Cotchett, Pitre & McCarthy, LLP, practicing in a wide range of civil litigation areas including employment law, consumer rights, and personal injury cases. Tamarah was named a 2023 Daily Journal’s Top 100 Women Lawyers in California and has been selected as a Northern California “Rising Star” in Employment Litigation by SuperLawyers in 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022, and 2023. She is a regular panelist speaker on employment litigation topics at the Consumer Attorneys of California conventions and seminars in San Francisco, Sonoma, and Hawaii, and is a regularly published contributor to the Daily Journal legal newspaper, and has been published in the San Francisco Chronicle on topics related to employment law. She is also on the Board of Governors as a delegate of California for the national plaintiffs’ legal organization American Association for Justice.
Tim SchroederTim Schroeder
Tim Schroeder is President of Performance Realty, Inc, a real estate investment firm that owns, develops and manages multi-family properties and manufactured housing communities. Tim’s career has focused on real estate including development, corporate services, investment management and strategy consulting. Prior to joining Performance Realty, Tim worked at CBRE, Quadrangle, Deloitte Consulting and Balcor-American Express. Tim holds a B.S. in Urban Planning from Michigan State University and an MBA from the University of Michigan.
Michael F. BellCo-Founder, President, and CEO of InPartnership Consulting, Inc.Michael F. BellCo-Founder, President, and CEO of InPartnership Consulting, Inc.
Michael F. Bell
Michael S. Bernick, Esq.Special Counsel, Sedwick LLPMichael S. Bernick, Esq.Special Counsel, Sedwick LLP
Michael S. Bernick, Esq.
James CarterRetired, Kaiser Permanente Chemical Dependency Recovery ProgramJames CarterRetired, Kaiser Permanente Chemical Dependency Recovery Program
Karl H. Christiansen, Esq.Vice President and Senior Counsel, Wells Fargo BankKarl H. Christiansen, Esq.Vice President and Senior Counsel, Wells Fargo Bank
Karl H. Christiansen, Esq.
Ryan McKeelSenior Director, Public Affairs, GileadRyan McKeelSenior Director, Public Affairs, Gilead
Ryan McKeel is Senior Director of Public Affairs at Gilead Sciences, overseeing international communications related to the company’s work in HIV as well as its efforts in the developing world. Prior to joining Gilead, Ryan worked at the San Francisco AIDS Foundation and KPIX-TV in San Francisco, where he produced an Emmy-award winning documentary on the 30th anniversary of the first reported cases of AIDS. He has a BA in Communication and Spanish from Trinity University. Ryan sits on the Development Committee.
David StithVice President and District Manager, Wells Fargo BankDavid StithVice President and District Manager, Wells Fargo Bank
Donna SachetEntertainer and Community LeaderDonna SachetEntertainer and Community Leader
Gary VirginiaCommunity LeaderGary VirginiaCommunity Leader
Daryl WalkerField Service Manager, AT&TDaryl WalkerField Service Manager, AT&T