As the new fiscal year begins this August 2016, we welcome two new board members to The Trevor Project.
Based in San Francisco, Mike Dillon is a partner with the global professional services firm Pricewaterhouse Coopers, serving as their Chief Diversity and Inclusion officer. Now sitting on the San Francisco AIDS Foundation Board, Mike will continue to work with the Audit Committee of The Trevor Project as a Board member.
Raised in rural Missouri, Thomas Sanchez is now based in Washington DC. Thomas is the founder and CEO of Social Driver, which was recently awarded by the National Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce for being the “supplier of the year,” helping businesses succeed using digital strategy, research & analytics, creative design, campaign execution, and technology. Thomas now serves on the Washington DC’s Mayor’s LGBTQ Advisory Board, and is seen as a leader on national tech policy issues and trends.
Along with selecting new officers and board members, the Board also adopted the budget for Fiscal Year 2017, which includes increased resources for crisis services, the continuation of data collection for our research/evaluation project with USC, and additional funding dedicated to expanding the awareness of Trevor’s services.
We thank our Board members for their leadership in helping us develop our staff and programs so that we can continue our fight to save young lives.