Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Bay Area Elects Tom Kaiser as Chair of the Board; Announces Election of Additional Officers to Leadership Team

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Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Bay Area announces new Chair of the Board of Directors.

“I look forward to working with our distinguished board and CEO to make this the best possible year for Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Bay Area and the children we serve," said Tom Keiser, Gap Inc.

Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Bay Area (BBBSBA) announced the election of Tom Keiser, executive vice president and chief information officer of Gap, Inc., as its new chair of the board of directors. The board also elected three additional officers to help lead the organization into the next fiscal year.

The board also announced the addition of two new members to its board of directors. The recent additions bring the BBBSBA board to 18 members. To view the full list of directors, please visit http://www.bbbsba.org and click on “About Us.”

Newly Elected Board Leadership

  •     Chair: Tom Keiser, Gap, Inc. (Executive Vice President and Chief Information Officer)
  •     Vice Chair: Julian Chu, Google (Director, Geo Commerce Operations)
  •     Treasurer: Byron Bardy, Catapult Advisors LLC (Partner)
  •     Secretary: Zachary Colvin, Allison & Partners (Senior Vice President)

“I am honored to continue to serve such a wonderful and important organization,” said Tom Keiser, Gap Inc. “I look forward to working with our distinguished board and CEO to make this the best possible year for Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Bay Area and the children we serve.”

New Board Members

  •     Justin Gibson, McKesson Corporation (Senior Director, Global Sourcing)
  •     Rachelle Chong, Comcast (Vice President, Government Affairs)

“Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Bay Area is honored to welcome our newly elected board leadership team and the new board members,” said Katherine Bella, CEO of Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Bay Area. “Together, we will be spending the next few months in a planning process to scale our programs throughout the five-county Bay Area region that we serve. With the help of our talented board leadership, board members and staff, we look forward to dramatically increasing the number of young people served by our unique one-on-one mentorship model.

About Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Bay Area
Founded locally in 1958, Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Bay Area serves over 1,100 children annually in five Bay Area counties: Alameda, Contra Costa, Santa Clara, San Francisco, and San Mateo. Part of the oldest, largest and most effective youth mentoring organization in the US, Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Bay Area is an independent 501c3 nonprofit that receives no direct national funding. Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Bay Area differs from other mentorship organizations by focusing on one-on-one mentoring that has a proven and measurable positive impact. As a local nonprofit supported by donors and volunteers, Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Bay Area provides and professionally supports enduring one-to-one relationships of at least one year that help children reach their unlimited potential. To learn more about Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Bay Area, please visit http://www.bbbsba.org.

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