Staff & Leadership

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harriet ann goldmaN
project director

Ann brings extensive experience as an executive director, program manager, and consultant in the nonprofit, government, higher education, and environmental sectors. Her areas of interest are organizational development, participatory group facilitation, strategic planning, cross-sector collaboration, and board development.

Previous key roles include principal facilitator with the Lake Tahoe Interagency Partnership at Lake Tahoe, leading a cross-sector planning process with working group leaders from 22 government agencies engaged in diverse projects as part of the Environmental Improvement Program to protect the Tahoe Basin ecosystem.

Her work with nonprofit agencies includes seven years as executive director of a regional arts-in-education program which she established to serve 5,000 K-12 public school students in three counties and as Senior Affiliate Consultant for The Management Center providing board retreat and strategic planning for a wide range of nonprofit organizations.

Ann has a B.A. in Sociology from UC Berkeley and an M.S in Education from Syracuse University. Gardening, singing with the Berkeley Community Chorus, hiking and traveling with her partner, Stan, are her favorite activities outside of work hours.

leb ADVISORY committee

Erik Holland, Past President, Berkeley Chamber of Commerce
Fidelity Insurance Services

John Madden
Wealth Advisor, DeYoe Wealth Management

Melanie Mentzel,  Membership and Outreach Coordinator
Berkeley Community Media

Grant Shoaf, Vice President/Area Manager
Mechanics Bank

Sharla Sullivan, Community Affairs Representative
EBMUD

All members of the committee are graduates of the LEB program and are committed to the growth and sustainability of LEB because of its value to their professional development and belief in its value to our community.