These are the people who are legally and fiscally responsible for DoSomething.org. They're sort of like owners, except instead of cutting up the profits (there are none), they give us advice, support, money, and in some cases, their first-born child. We meet with them four times a year, and we have great attendance at Board meetings because this is a fun group of smart people. Most of them are also on committees that meet in between Board meetings. which goes to show they are an involved, active, group of intelligent people. Board terms start in October.
He is a mergers and acquisitions guy at Apollo. He has terrific instincts and knows lots of cool people. We love his advice and introductions. Good guy.
Big lawyer at big law firm, Gibson Dunn & Crutcher. He has been on the Board since the beginning - and his firm has given us over a million dollars in pro bono legal services! Steve and his people have always treated DoSomething.org like a high-paying client. We're super lucky.
This is the lucky guy that oversees powerhouses like Gossip Girl, The Vampire Diaries, and The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants. He is the CEO and co-founder of Alloy Media + Marketing, which oversees Alloy Entertainment and Channel One News, the Peabody Award–winning national school-based news broadcast.
John serves as Managing Director at JPMorgan Chase and the US Beverages and Household Products Personal Care analyst. That means he researches companies we love such as PepsiCo.
She is part of the marketing team for one of the coolest companies in the world, JetBlue, the official airline of DoSomething.org. She's as fabulous as her company. Is there a better compliment than comparing someone to JetBlue?
Is the Founder of LinkedIn and the Godfather of Silicon Valley. He's angel invested in over 80 companies including Facebook, Zynga, Digg, and Flickr. (Read: Seriously. The Godfather). A big Settlers player, we’re proud to have him.
Kim is responsible for global media buying for J&J...and for selling out our annual event in New York. She is our table sales queen. She also gave birth to two of our favorite former interns.
The CEO and founder of fitmob and former Managing Director at Mayfield Fund, Raj is an e-commerce, online advertising, and internet infrastructure whiz. He's also the co-founder and CEO of Snapfish, the online photo giant, and our go-to man for all things online!
As an Investment Partner at the Omidyar Network, Todor's main investment focus is on consumer internet and mobile. In addition to our board, Todor serves as a board member for Common Sense Media and Meetup. Little known fact: Todor, Matt, and Raj were in the same class together at Harvard Business School: that ish cray!
Darryl is a venture capitalist who founded Ascend Ventures, which invests in education and technology companies. He is the best Treasurer DoSomething.org has ever had, really reviewing numbers, setting clear policies, and communicating effectively with everyone. This is the guy everyone wants on their Board; we've got him!