Amie Fishman, Co-Chair
Amie Fishman, MPH has been working at the intersection of public health, education, and incarceration for over 18 years. Her background as a mitigation specialist and death penalty appeals investigator informs her public health practice. She is currently the Project Director for a partnership between City College of San Francisco and a national network of primary care clinics for people recently released from prison called Transitions Clinic Network, as well as a faculty member at CCSF and San Francisco State University. She received her BA from Vassar College and her MPH from San Francisco State, where she focused on alternatives to and health impacts of incarceration.
Teodora Ildefonzo, Co-Chair
Teodora Ildefonzo-Olmo, is a San Francisco Native with 19 years of Youth Development Experience in the non-profit sector. She holds a B.S. in Child and Adolescent Development and an M.S. in Recreation, Parks and Tourism from San Francisco State University. She currently works for the City of San Pablo and manages their Community Schools Initiative. In her spare time she enjoys traveling and teaching martial arts. She has two beautiful children, Marley and Gabriel and has been married to her husband Victor for over 10 years.
Kendra Mastain is a fundraiser who has worked in public and private education for fifteen years. She is committed to providing all children with access to exceptional educational opportunities. She recognizes every child’s need for safe, inclusive, learning environments, and works with academic communities to achieve them. Kendra graduated from Chico State University with a degree in photography. She worked as a professional photographer and printer for over twenty years. Kendra lives with her son, Sam. Her daughter, Emma, lives across the bay in Oakland.
Jan Engelbert has spent the last 22 years in the High Tech industry focused on the development of strategic communication and project management plans that build alignment and ensure successful implementation of company goals. In her most recent role at New Relic, Jan produced and managed the company’s annual sales kickoff meeting of 700 employees as well as overseeing New Relic’s incentive and rewards programs. She is passionate about helping groups design and implement theatrically rich events that that are filled with storytelling, music and visual effects to inspire and bring joy to audiences. Jan holds a Masters degree in Communications from San Francisco State University. As a long time resident of San Francisco, she and her husband, Dave, can be found wandering the City neighborhoods in search of new restaurants, events and local watering holes. Somehow they always seem to wander back to Lucky 13…
Jan has been a CRI board member since May 2018.
Bio coming soon.