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San Diego is truly fortunate to have so many generous individuals dwelling in its county. SDSVP is particularly lucky to have many of these people invested in the SVP vision of accelerating change together. Many are extensively experienced with philanthropy while others are just starting out and eager to learn from the veteran Partners. The newest editions to the SVP family have impressive professional backgrounds and the common desire to positively impact the San Diego community. Perhaps some of you have met our new Partners at one of the many social events SDSVP hosted this past year. They’re not too shy. In fact, many of them are jumping right in and taking leadership roles. Regardless, SDSVP is excited to have all of the new Partners on board. Read on to find out more…

Meet Some of Our Partners…

Neil Cunningham

Neil Cunningham is currently focused on developing business for TriNet while participating in the local nonprofit community. Read More »

Ray Ellis, Development Committee Chair

As the Board Chair at Second Chance, Ray had the opportunity to work closely with SVP-San Diego as an Investee. This positive experience led Ray and his wife Gina to join the organization. Since 2005, Ray Ellis has been focused on community and civic service. Ray currently serves on several Boards in San Diego, CA. These include: Social Venture Partners – San Diego, The Balboa Park Conservancy, Lux Art Institute, The Parker Foundation, EDC Strategic Roundtable and Equinox Center. Read More »

Thomas Boyd

Tom has spent much of his career doing research and development in the pharmaceutical industry. Over a period of 30 years, Tom worked for several companies including Revlon Health Care, Wyeth, and Boehringer Ingelheim. He most recently served as Senior Vice President, Product Development, at a Progenics Pharmaceuticals, Inc. in New York. Read More »

Meet the Rest of Our Partners Here

PARTNER ROSTER

We are tremendously grateful for our community of Partners.

Your time and talent, your generosity, your drive for something better… these are the roots of transformation – for individuals, for organizations, for our community. Thank you.

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  • Aaron and Lori Contorer
  • Alan and Louarn Sorkin
  • Allan Rudick
  • Andrea Yoder-Clark
  • Andy Kaiser
  • Andy Rinde
  • Annie Smale
  • April Bolduc
  • Armin Afsahi
  • Barbara and Ken Kubarych
  • Bhairvee Shavdia and Amar Shah
  • Bob and Peg Eddy
  • Bob Blanchard and Lynda Forsha
  • Brad and Julie Kleban
  • Brett Oslund
  • Carla Mercer
  • Chuck Wang
  • Dan Wimsatt
  • Dana Parnes and Moshe Engelberg
  • David Lynn
  • David Parker
  • Diane Wagener
  • Don Duford
  • Ed and Arlene Pelavin
  • Ellyn Levine and Marty Goodman
  • Erica Bouris
  • Florence and Irwin Zahn
  • Harriet Carter
  • James and Cindy Bornemann
  • James and Karen Brailean
  • Jan Thompson
  • Janiffer and Graham Pearce
  • Jeff Brown
  • Jen and Steve Hamilton
  • Jennie and David Cornsweet
  • Jennifer Perkinson
  • Jenny Park
  • Jill Brasga and Wim Selders
  • JoAnne Berg
  • Jodi and Logan Smith
  • Joyce and Rick Ross
  • Judith A. Simmons
  • Judith and Thomas Boyd
  • Julie DeMeules and Jim Craft
  • Katie Blando
  • Leigh and David Johnson
  • Lisa Curry
  • Macy Olivas
  • Mark and Kathy Fackler
  • Mark Dillon
  • Mark Neilson
  • Michael Halpern
  • Nancy Cannon-O'Connell and Tom O'Connell
  • Nancy O'Leary
  • Neil Cunningham
  • Pam and Steve Ness
  • Pat Moore and Helmut Kiffmann
  • Patrick Dempsey
  • Patsy and Dave Hartman
  • Patti and Jim Syran
  • Paul Davis
  • Raj Kaji
  • Ray and Gina Ellis
  • Ray and Kim McKewon
  • Ray Lucia
  • Robin Pruitt
  • Samantha Gleiberman
  • Sandra Timmons and Richard Sandstrom
  • Scott and Karen Tritt
  • Sharon Bakcht
  • Sharon Lawrence
  • Torrie Dunlap
  • Trina Hester
  • Tuck Forsyth
  • Vicki and Steve Ortiz
  • Wally and Bob Klein
  • Wessal Khader