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6th Annual Grantmakers Panel!
June 10 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
TVNPA is excited to present one of our most popular programs at our 6th Annual Grantmakers Panel to support organizations seeking funding through grants. Join us to explore the grant application process through the lens of experts who offer and manage grants.
Panelists will shine a light on their giving criteria and provide information about how to find the right grants opportunities for your organization and what grantmakers seek when reviewing organizations to fund. In this program, speakers will share grant requirements and insights on nonprofit funding as well as address questions from attendees.
The 2021 Panel includes people from a wide range of grantmaking organizations and foundations:
- Nadine Horner, MBA, CAE, Lawrence Livermore National Lab
- Allison Magee, Zellerbach Family Foundation
- Terry Mock, Clif Family Foundation
- C. Davis Parchment, Candid
- Nichelle Rachal, The Clorox Company
- Mary Anne Rozsa, Rotarian Foundation of Livermore
We all know that grant writing often involves multiple people in an organization, so be sure to have your colleagues register as well for an informative discussion and a deeper look through the grantmaker lens!
Nadine Horner, MBA, CAE, is the External Relations Officer for Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. Before moving to Livermore in 2001, Nadine worked in Washington, D.C., for more than 15 years, including as a Director for the American Society of Association Executives, the leading organization for nonprofit management in the country. Nadine holds a Masters of Business Administration and is also a Certified Association Executive. Nadine has directed and served on many national, state, and local nonprofit boards, including those for diverse Tri-Valley organizations and the Laboratory. Nadine served as the 2014 President of the LLNL Women’s Association, representing more than 2000 women on issues of equal pay and roles in leadership.
Allison Magee is Executive Director of the Zellerbach Family Foundation. She sits on the board of the Northern California Grantmakers, where she also served as Board Chair from 2019-2021. Allison is a current member of the San Francisco Mayor’s Blue Ribbon Task Force for Juvenile Justice Reform.
Allison previously worked for the City and County of San Francisco, where she served as a leader in strengthening services for system involved youth and their families. In 2010, Allison was awarded SPUR’s Good Governance Award for her work at Juvenile Probation Department. Allison has also worked for Mayor Gavin Newsom’s Office of Budget and Policy, and the US Department of Justice Office of the Inspector General where she won the Inspector General’s Excellence Award in 2003. Allison holds a Master’s Degree in Public Policy and Administration and a Master’s Degree in Social Work, both from Columbia University. She also holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science from San Francisco State University. Allison lives in San Francisco with her husband and two sons.
Terry Mock advocates for and amplifies the work of grassroots grant recipients to shine the spotlight on community work that has a positive impact on society. She specializes in humanizing complex societal issues by distilling an organization’s or a client’s story into a message that resonates with diverse groups. Terry’s goals include connecting seemingly disparate groups and audiences to help them see their similar missions, challenges and potential successes.
In her current role, Davis is responsible for elevating and expanding the reach of Candid across the western region by building partnerships and strategies that strengthen the social sector through comprehensive data, training and insights on philanthropy. Previously, Davis has been Manager of Global Projects and Partnership, executing a wide range of projects that use data to drive decision-making and advance knowledge for the sector, including establishing the Get on the Map Campaign, a national philanthropy data improvement effort. Her work in various nonprofit organizations has included in fundraising, nonprofit management, education and international development. Davis holds a bachelor’s degree in Economics and Philosophy from Mount Holyoke College and a Master’s degree in Education from Harvard University.
Nichelle Rachal has experience in various industries including work in nonprofit, education, and financial services. In her role at Clorox, she is responsible for managing The Clorox Company Foundation’s grant making activities and external community relations. She also serves as the Clorox representative to nonprofit and community partners. Nichelle also serves as the co-lead of Clorox’s Black employee resource group, BELIEVE. She serves on the board of Leadership Oakland Alumni Association and volunteers with several nonprofit organizations. She holds a BA in Interdisciplinary Studies Field with an emphasis on minorities in education from the University of California, Berkeley, where she graduated with high honors and was a McNair Scholar. She earned a Master of Arts in School Counseling from New York University. Nichelle is a proud member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.
Mary Anne is a board member and chair of the Community Grant Committee at the Rotarian Foundation of Livermore. She is also a long standing member of the Rotary Club of Livermore.