Co-Founder and COO, Square Baby
Media Relations, Santa Clara County Sheriff
Tax Partner, Sensiba San Filippo
Vice President, Tax, Adobe (retired)
Dr. Audrey Foster-Barber Child Neurologist, Benioff Children’s Hospital, UCSF
Vice Chair for Education, Department of Neurology, UCSF
Palliative Care Physician
Audrey is a Child Neurologist by practice and is one of only a few Child Neurologists in the country who also specializes in Palliative care. She has a particular interest in children with severe neurologic impairment. She believes that it takes a special approach to help these children and families have their best qualify of life. Audrey learned about GMCH from sending patients for respite and end-of-life care. After visiting she was certain that she wanted to be part of this special place.Contact by email
Head of Talent & Org Development, 2K Games
Independent Director, Advisor, and Former Executive
Owner 1100 Group
Ben is President of 1100 Group, a dedicated father and retired semi-professional football player. He came up through the ranks of the restaurant world during the rough old days where wages were low and the days were long. Tempers and egos were common and Ben will always remember those tough years as the precipice for change.
It is that change that Ben spearheads every day for the 1100 Group. Focused on dignity, reputation, kindness and growth, Ben realizes that a company is only as strong as its employees and that all people should be treated fairly and with respect. Ben created this caring and sustainable model of restaurant operations with his team by consistently honing in on stability, results and accountability. By increasing revenue at existing units, developing new streams of income, fine-tuning policies and procedures, the 1100 Group, under his direction, is an industry-leader in profit margins.
Driven by his competitive spirit and desire for transparent honesty in business, Ben is excited for the imminent growth and success of the 1100 Group and its broad client base. With his family above all, he credits much of his ability to operate in these waters to his amazing wife, Kim, three bubbly young daughters, and a newborn son, who help him enjoy life to the fullest.
Dr. Kathy Hull
Founder, George Mark Children’s House
Kathy is the founder and staff psychologist at George Mark Children’s House. She has been active in clinical psychology for more than 30 years. She has devoted the last 15 years of her professional life to developing and sustaining the house, as well as working with our children and their families. Kathy is also an adjunct staff member of Children’s Hospital Oakland, where she spent five years as part of an interdisciplinary team that treated young oncology patients and their families. She has been a staff member at the Ann Martin Children’s Center, a local non-profit organization that offers low-fee counseling services to the culturally diverse Oakland community.
Kathy is a member of several professional organizations including the American Psychological Association, the Northern California Society of Clinical Hypnosis, and the Association of Transpersonal Psychology. She earned a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from the University of California, Santa Barbara; a Master of Arts in Marriage, Family and Child Counseling from Santa Clara University; and a Doctor of Psychology from the Illinois School of Professional Psychology. Kathy is married to Bill Gisvold and has seven daughters, one son, and eight grandchildren. Life is never dull at the Hull/Gisvold house!