City Teams

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Tenzin Kunsal

San Francisco Program Manager

tkunsal@newsector.org

What inspires me about New Sector is the curation of a unique space where fellows, partner organizations, mentors, trainers, alumni, and community members can interact and work together.

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Lance Witzig

Twin Cities Program Manager

lwitzig@newsector.org

The passion and enthusiasm I see in our Fellows is so exciting to be around, and when I think about the extended impact that is possible by supporting Fellows as they seek to make very real change in our communities I can’t help but be inspired.

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Eddie Pan

Chicago Program Manager

epan@newsector.org

I am extremely excited to work with the young, bright, and passionate Fellows. I am motivated by the Fellows’ enthusiasm and commitment for the social sector.

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Phillip Ellison

Boston Program Manager

pellison@newsector.org

I am excited to bring my varied experiences, networks, and knowledge to the fellows to help them navigate and solidify their career trajectory in the social sector!

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Jimmy Chen

San Francisco Program Associate

jchen@newsector.org

I’m inspired by the mission of helping to address one of the greatest needs in the social sector– the pipeline and development of young leaders within the space.

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Cori Lin

Twin Cities Program Associate & National Communications Coordinator

clin@newsector.org

Everyone deserves a network that believes in them.

Nina Skagerlind

Chicago Program Associate

nskagerlind@newsector.org

I came in contact with New Sector as a graduate student in Boston when I was asked to lead a Summer Fellow workshop. I was immediately struck by the dedication, diversity and passion of the Fellows, and I knew that this was an organization I would love to work for. I’m excited to bring my multifaceted professional experiences to New Sector to support Fellows on their nonprofit journey!

National Team

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Brian Garshelis

National Program Director

bgarshelis@newsector.org

My New Sector motivation is watching our Fellows grow in our program and beyond!

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N. Paul TonThat

Interim Executive Director

nptonthat@newsector.org

The passion and enthusiasm I see in our Fellows is so exciting to be around, and when I think about the extended impact that is possible by supporting Fellows as they seek to make very real change in our communities I can’t help but be inspired.

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Marcia Mundt

National Training & Evaluation Strategist

mmundt@newsector.org

New Sector Fellows come to us with incredible drive and passion to effect positive change in the world. The idealism and motivation they bring to their service inspires me daily.

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Denise Viscio

National Operations Manager

dviscio@newsector.org

I am enthusiastic to share my knowledge and skill sets which will assist in strengthening the financial needs within the social sector.

Board

Rebecca Shin

Board Member

VP, Dunkin Brands

Rebecca is responsible for providing strategic and operational guidance to drive franchisee profitability and brand growth via consumer, business and industry insights for Dunkin’ Donuts and Baskin Robbins both in the United States and internationally. Rebecca works to create winning branding and customer focused strategies for Dunkin’ Brands in new and existing markets around the world. Her leadership has enabled insights to become a fabric of the culture at Dunkin’ Brands, and a critical business strategy for both brands.

Anne Shoemaker

Alumni Board Chair

Head of Strategic Initiatives, TechnoServe

Anne is currently the Head of Strategic Initiatives at Technoserve,  recently transitioning from being Associate Director of Data Analytics at Uncommon Schools. She brings 3 years of consulting experience from L.E.K. Consulting, including a 4 month sabbatical working with TechnoServe on a USAID project in Swaziland. Anne served as a 2009 New Sector Summer Fellow and completed a service project at YMCA Training Inc., Boston.

Fay Shong

Board Member

Partner, Ernst & Young

Fay Shong is Principal at Ernst & Young LLP in their Americas Lead, Oil, & Gas Strategy group. Previously, she served as Managing Director in Accenture’s Resources Strategy and Transformation Consulting practice, where she brought expertise from deep experience with global energy companies to create thought leadership. Fay’s pior experience includes a range of roles in Accenture’s Management Consulting business, ten years with Exxon Mobil, and extensive research and publications, most recently focused on key trends impacting the downstream energy sector. Fay lives with her family in Chicago and is excited to pursue opportunities to contribute to the social good.

LINDA HOOD

Board Member

Director, SimpliVity Corporation

Linda is the Director at SimpliVity Corporation, previously having been the Senior Manager at Deloitte, focused on Human Capital. She has over 20 years of experience in the high technology industry in various roles including: Oracle eBusiness Suite project/program management, storage management software product management, account management and practice leader/ She has experience in disciplines including Oracle HCM 12.1 & 11.5.10, BPO of HR processes, managed services, business continuance, risk managementt, performance and tuning, capacity planning, systems management, and data warehousing.She has worked in the US, Europe and Asia Pacific. Linda has served as a highly-regarded Mentor for several New Sector Residents and Fellows.

JAY LORSCH

Board Member

Professor, HBS

Jay W. Lorsch is the Louis Kirstein Professor of Human Relations at the Harvard Business School. He is currently Chairman of the Harvard Business School Global Corporate Governance Initiative and Faculty Chairman of the Executive Education Corporate Governance Series. As a consultant, Jay has served clients in a diverse range of companies, including Applied Materials, Deloitte Touche, Tyco International, and Shire Pharmaceuticals. He is a member of the Sony Ericsson WTA Tour Global Advisory Council and The Antioch Review National Advisory Board. He currently serves on the Board of Trustees of Antioch College and Cambridge at Home, as well as the Global Advisory Board of the Women’s Tennis Association.

NAN GINER

Board Member

Co­-Chair, Choate

Nan Giner is co­chair of the Wealth Management Group at Choate. She delivers comprehensive counsel targeted to clients’ personal planning objectives, with an emphasis on sophisticated wealth transfer strategies. Her clients include company founders and other entrepreneurs, as well as domestic and international families. Ms. Giner has been named a 2014 “Top Woman of Law” by Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly, has been ranked among the top 50 women Massachusetts Super Lawyers and is listed in Best Lawyers in America. She is proficient in Spanish and German. Nan is a fellow of the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel and a member of the Estate Planning Curriculum Advisory Committee for MCLE. She serves as a trustee of the Social Law Library in Boston and of the University of Massachusetts Amherst Foundation.

MICHAEL ETZEL

Board Member

Partner, Bridgespan

Michael Etzel is a manager in The Bridgespan Group’s Boston office. Since joining Bridgespan in 2006, Michael has advised leaders of organizations focused on early childhood, economic development, public health, recidivism and criminal justice reform, and child welfare. His specific projects range from developing the measurement strategy for a global women’s economic empowerment organization to building the place­based early childhood strategy for a top 10 family foundation.

LANCE BULTENA

Board Treasurer

Partner, Hogan & Hartson

Lance Bultena is a Partner in the Legislative and Internet Groups of Hogan & Hartson L.L.P. His practice focuses on the representation of corporations, coalitions and trade associations before Congress Executive agencies. In addition, he assists businesses as they seek to address the implications of widespread Internet use both for their business model and for existing regulatory structures. Prior to joining Hogan and Hartson, Lance acted as Counsel to the Senate Commerce Committee’s Subcommittee on Consumer Affairs, Foreign Commerce and Tourism, where he gained considerable experience in all phases of the legislative process. In this position, he was responsible for the Committee’s many legal reform efforts, including the Product Liability Fairness Act, the Biomaterials Access Assurance Act of 1998, the McCain tobacco settlement legislation, and the TEA-21 transportation legislation.

HARRY “HAP” BRAKELEY

Chair Emeritus

EVP, Merkle

Hap is Executive Vice President, Global Sales Leader at Merkle. Previously, Hap directed the North American sales team at Accenture, responsible for sales growth and for accelerating the growth of transformation sales through a firm wide proactive C-Level program. This program engages C-Level clients in opportunities to drive significant shareholder value to the bottom line. With more than 30 years’ experience in consulting and outsourcing, Hap has been involved extensively in business, technology and market-driven organizational change projects for Fortune 1000 clients across a wide range of industries, from energy and chemicals companies to media and entertainment groups to manufacturing organizations. Prior to becoming the Managing Director of Sales for North America at Accenture, some of Hap’s previous positions included Resources Managing Director for Global Sales, Managing Director of Accenture Procurement Solutions and Accenture Learning. With his extensive outsourcing and new business start-up skills, Hap has been responsible for developing Accenture’s capabilities from setting strategic direction to delivering a full suite of services to millions of customers in multiple geographies. Hap has also created new e-Learning ventures and alliances, has launched several new businesses for Accenture and was a member of the Board of Directors that launched the company’s initial public offering. In addition to his board responsibilities at New Sector Hap directs two major scholarship funds, the Dartmouth College Libby Brakeley Scholarship, for top engineering students, and the Libby Brakeley Scholarship Fund, which provides tuition for top graduating high school students. Hap lives in Marblehead, MA, with his wife and six children. His hobbies include skiing, golf and keeping up with his children’s activities.

ROGER KRAKOFF

Board Chair

Partner, Cloud Capital

Roger Krakoff is the founder and Managing Partner at Cloud Capital. He has over 15 years of venture capital, equity investing and operating experience in the enterprise software, IT, and information services industries. Before Cloud Capital, Roger was a Venture Partner at Sigma Partners for over 5 years. Before Sigma, Roger was a partner with JEGI Capital, focusing on the intersection of technology with the media, marketing and information industries where he was a director of Aprimo Software, Noosh Software, and Intraspect Software (acquired by Vignette Software). He has also served as a Managing Director in VeronisSuhler Stevenson’s Business & Professional Information Group and directed the private equity fund’s investing efforts in the healthcare information market (Solucient), in addition to its efforts in venture investing (ChemConnect). Roger has held senior executive positions in corporate development, marketing, and product management at WebLineCommuncations (acquired by Cisco Systems), Stream International (acquired by Solectron), the Dun & Bradstreet Corporation, where he founded D&B Services; D&B Small Business Solutions, and opened business credit joint venture operations across Eastern Europe. He began his career at IBM. Roger is a frequent speaker and a writer on the information services industry.