Daniel has over 10 years of experience building, running and overseeing community based programs working with youth and adults throughout the San Francisco Bay Area from his work in San Mateo County building the Sheriffs Activity League (SAL) Coast Side programs, to San Francisco County with Mission Graduates helping to rebuild the Mission Beacon and Santa Clara County with the Community Services Unit at Alum Rock Counseling Center (ARCC). Daniel is passionate about work that provides everyone with access to new opportunities and that leads to stronger more vibrant communities.
Founding CTV board member, Treasurer of Silicon Valley Interreligious Council, Advisory Board Member of Alum Rock Counseling Center, former President of the Jain Center of Northern California and has been active in many other boards and committees. Girish is dedicated to nonviolence education and creating peaceful communities where everyone thrives.
Larissa Robideaux is the Executive Director of the Center for Excellence in Nonprofits (CEN). Larissa has an extensive background in the nonprofit sector, and a true passion for leadership development. She is a second-generation nonprofit leader, raised on the philosophy that commitment to quality services empowers the people served and the community as a whole. Her father, Dr. Joseph F. Campbell, spent 40 years as a nonprofit leader. Larissa was deeply impacted by his commitment to social justice, non-violence, human services and has dedicated her life to continuing this legacy.
Larissa has over 20 years of experience in the nonprofit and private business sectors. She has a Master’s in Public Administration and completed her thesis on public and private sector partnerships. Larissa is a graduate of CEN’s Leaders Institute Class IX and was the 2016 CEN scholarship recipient for Harvard Business School’s Strategic Perspectives in Nonprofit Management course. Larissa was born in Dublin Ireland and immigrated to the US with her parents. Larissa is deeply passionate about work that creates equitable opportunities for all.
Shelley brings over two decades of social justice work to CTV as Executive Director of Carry the Vision. She is the co-founder of Restore Life Skills Program which teaches breathing exercises and meditation techniques for stress reduction in schools, jails, and the workplace. Shelley is a graduate of Justice Studies from San Jose State University and Meru Institute where she received her Master of Divinity degree. Her passion is to bring restorative practices into all sectors of the community and for people from all backgrounds to realize their full potential to change the world.