Isaak is an educator and somatic practitioner, teaching transformative practices to individuals and groups. He has been working with Bay Area nonprofits for the past ten years in development, program directing, and organizing. His leadership experience includes consulting with San Francisco Women Against Rape, Education Director with Bay Area Midrasha and board participation with the Buddhist Peace Fellowship.
ARATA GOTO - DIRECTOR, TREASURER
Arata brings several years of experience supporting Bay Area non-profit and public agencies with strategic planning, policy analysis and financial management. As a native of Japan, he is passionate about working to promote immigrant/refugee rights and has worked on a number of LGBT asylum cases with founding members of Oasis.
JACK KORNFIELD - DIRECTOR
Jack trained as a Buddhist monk in Thailand, India and Burma and is one of the key teachers to introduce Buddhist mindfulness practice to the West. He is a founding teacher of the Insight Meditation Society and Spirit Rock Meditation Center. He holds a PhD in clinical psychology, is a father, husband and activist, and author of 15 books.
CHINA BROTSKY - DIRECTOR
China is Director of Operations and Finance at SumOfUs, a global digital campaign organization working to curb the growing power of corporations. China spent over 20 years at Tides as CFO, Senior Vice-President and Managing Director. She also serves on the boards of 350.org and the ACLU of Northern California.
JESSY D'SANTOS - DIRECTOR
Jessy is Program Director at El/La Para Translatinas, an organization that works to build collective vision and action to promote survival and improve the quality of life for trans Latinas in the San Francisco Bay Area. Volunteering and giving back to the LGBTQIA+ Latin community started with the East Bay Sanctuary Covenant participating in fundraisers and HIV education as a PrEP user.
DANIEL OSTROW - DIRECTOR
Daniel is a social worker in private practice. Previously, he was a Senior Director at St. Mary’s Medical Center, Dignity Health in San Francisco, where he developed their community services including their HIV services and the Glide medical clinic. He was one of the early innovators in social workers’ response to AIDS. Daniel served for many years on the Board of Dolores Street Community Services in San Francisco and served as Board Chair.