First VP Wealth Management UBS Financial Services, Inc. Member Since 2010
Chris has more than 35 years of finance industry experience. He previously held positions at Credit Suisse, Lehman Brothers, JPMorgan Chase and Hambrecht & Quist. Chris has served on the Business Development Council, College of Business at San Francisco State University since 2008. He has also volunteered with American Corporate Partners as a mentor to military veterans transitioning to the corporate sector and has served as a member of the Pacific Stock Exchange Ethics & Business Conduct Committee. As a San Francisco native, Chris views his role on the Compass board as a meaningful way to improve the lives of homeless families and build a stronger, more supportive community.
Vice Chair, Development Committee Co-Chair
Partner, Literary Masters Groups LLC Member Since 2014
After a career in advertising account management, Alison is a small business owner and book group moderator with Literary Masters, which organizes, curates and moderates book groups for parents, children and adults. She is also a founding board member of Taking Out Toxo, a nonprofit devoted to finding a cure for toxoplasmosis, as well as an owner of Petrali Wines, a small winery which donates 100% of its proceeds to Taking Out Toxo. Before joining the Compass board, Alison co-chaired Compass’ Centennial Celebration and Campaign. She strongly believes that Compass’ approach of housing plus deep support services will allow her adopted hometown of San Francisco to reduce and eventually eliminate family homelessness.
Managing Director JP Morgan Chase Member Since 2017
Tim is employed by JPMorgan Chase and has more than 10 years of financial services industry experience. Prior to JP Morgan Chase, Tim spent 5 years in corporate strategy positions in the technology and retail/consumer products sectors. He is currently on the alumni fundraising committee for University High School. As a San Francisco native, Tim is passionate about his work with Compass and the impact the organization has on the San Francisco homeless community.
Secretary, Strategic Planning Committee Chair
CIO Sequoia Capital Member Since 2016
Chad is the Chief Information Officer of Sequoia. He also serves on the Community Committee at Hamlin School. Chad became a Compass supporter over ten years ago when he and his wife discovered the inspiring work of Compass Children’s Center where they witnessed the children of Compass clients getting the same type of quality early childhood education that their own daughter was getting. Chad joined the Compass board in hopes of getting better at understanding and working against structures that perpetuate inequality.