Minh Ngo, Executive Director, brings to My New Red Shoes more than a decade of philanthropic and executive leadership experience. With a focus on women, education, and disadvantaged children and families, Minh has worked with nonprofit organizations, government agencies, and private sector partners to solve some of our community’s most intractable problems. She also currently serves on the boards of directors of several local and national nonprofit organizations. Minh holds a JD from Santa Clara University’s School of Law and a BA from UC Berkeley. Minh can be reached at email@example.com.
San Francisco Bay Area
Darlene Marquez, Program and Operations Coordinator, loves helping others. She graduated from San José State University with a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology. Upon graduation, Darlene began working with WestCoast Children’s Clinic as an Administrative and Support Counselor. She has also volunteered with the FLY Program, as a mentor helping youth who are involved with the justice system and struggling with drug and alcohol use. Darlene can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
Clark Jorgensen, Volunteer and Administrative Coordinator is passionate about volunteering. He graduated from Sacramento State University with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. After graduation, Clark began working in various roles in the sports industry for the Sacramento River Cats, Sacramento Mountain Lions, Oakland Athletics, Sacramento Kings and Golden State Warriors and also brings four years of corporate community relations to the My New Red Shoes team. Clark is also a huge advocate for St. Baldricks since 2009 and recently became a "Knight of the Bald Table" in 2015. Clark can be reached at email@example.com.
Gretchine Nievarez, Corporate Engagement & Digital Media Manager, is highly motivated to adapt and thrive in a cooperative setting that is both challenging and benefits the greater community. In her previous work, she facilitated educational sessions on technology and film editing software. She was also involved in employee engagement promoting seasonal campaigns and competitions as well as coordinating volunteer events for retail employees. She earned her Bachelors Degree from Sacramento State University in Art Studio. Gretchine can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sue Sutherland, Development Manager, began volunteering for My New Red Shoes in January 2010. She had been an active volunteer, advocate and fundraiser for public education and continues to serve as a Trustee of Sacred Heart Schools, Atherton. Sue has overseen numerous fundraising campaigns and events for large and small community organizations. Prior to becoming a community volunteer, Sue worked in the technology industry in the Human Resources function before consulting for high tech companies and nonprofit organizations. Sue received an English Degree from UC Berkeley. She can be reached at email@example.com.
Becca Moos Winslow, Director of Programs and Operations, has spent the last nine years developing and managing non profit programs within community-based organizations and educational institutions. Becca began working for My New Red Shoes in 2008 and helped cultivate the organization's youth engagement opportunities and lead strategic partnerships with Bay Area schools, The Girl Scouts of America, and corporate and community enterprises. She is a dynamic leader who brings energy, creativity, and enthusiasm to motivate both team members and program participants to achieve their potential and serve their community. Becca earned her master's degree in Equity and Social Justice in Education from SFSU and her BA in Sociology from UCSD. Becca can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Greater Portland Area
Kim Marshall, Portland Launch Coordinator, brings passion and strong leadership to My New Red Shoes. She found her calling for helping the homeless when she began volunteering at a local family homeless shelter. She went on to manage that shelter for seven years and in that time launched Washington County Project Homeless Connect. Over the last nine years, Kim has worked to build partnerships with more than 75 nonprofits, businesses and faith based groups to make Project Homeless Connect one of the most successful events of its kind in Oregon. Kim also brings many years of nonprofit Board experience, including serving nine years on the Board of the Domestic Violence Resource Center and six years on the Tigard Chamber of Commerce Board. Kim can be reached at email@example.com