Stacia is a graduate of the Riordan Leadership Institute and joined the board of AWBW in 2017. Proud mother to a transgender daughter, she advocates for LGBTQ rights, particularly at the intersect with Asian American Pacific Islander populations. As a trained facilitator with AWBW, she has witnessed first-hand how much creating art can heal. Professionally, she serves Toyota Financial Services as a consultant on Robotic Process Automation projects.
Adam works at The Capital Group Companies, home of the American Funds family of mutual funds, as an Emerging Technology Analyst and formerly founded internet company Abroad101. He graduated from the Riordan Leadership Institute in 2017, currently serves on the board of trustees of the MIT Club of Southern California, and previously served on the board of trustees of The Rashi School in Dedham, MA. Adam is chair of our Finance Committee.
Tiffany Nicole Bright
Tiffany works as the Brand Partnerships Lead for Entertainment at HYPEBEAST in Downtown Los Angeles. Through her work, she brings years of experience in marketing, digital media, and sales leadership to AWBW’s board in addition to a background in and passion for art and creative expression. Tiffany is a member of the Fund Development committee and Art in the Afternoon event planning committee.
Lina brings over 25 years of experience in the nonprofit sector, with a particular emphasis in grantmaking. Lina is a philanthropic consultant for the Guillermo J. Valenzuela Foundation and is responsible for strategically distributing resources towards the improvement of women's health in the Inland Empire. From 2010 to 2014, Lina was the Vice President of Program at the Connecticut Health Foundation, and prior to that she was at the Liberty Hill Foundation where she served as Director of Grantmaking for nine years. She has extensive experience in program development and implementation, governance, and strategic planning. She has served on various boards including Asia Americans/Pacific Islanders in Philanthropy and Funders for LGBTQ Issues. Lina has been on the board of AWBW since 2014, including a two year term (2017-19) as President.