Lee Sinclair – Founder, Program Director
Every GBV prevention organization in the world ought to have a strong Empowerment, Efficacy and Defense Â component.
Jake Sinclair MD – Founder, Ujamaa
These girls are powerful. Just give them the tools. They’ll do the rest.
Comet Group Local
Comet Group Local is a group of 4 woman from various walks of life who meet once a month to discuss strategy, priorities and wise and appropriate courses of action for No Means No Worldwide.
Maggie is yet another transplantedÂ New Yorker living in San Francisco. She designs web-based business software for a company that also pays her to volunteer a percentage of her working hours to her community. Sheâ€™s a long-time supporter of and believer in the NMNW mission.
Vida Merwin Sanford has a long history of active leadership in San Franciscoâ€™s human service and education arenas. Vida served as consultant to the SF Unified School District and is now working within the SF Mayorâ€™s Office of Interagency Planning as the Director of SFCANDO. Vida is the mother of a middle-school aged daughter.
Thuy Nguyen is a passionate educator who has worked with children and youth in San Francisco as a classroom teacher and within non-profit organizations. Currently, she is the director of The Thrive House for Youth and the co-founder of the SF Skate Club, a unique mobile skateboarding program for children.
Charlotte Mills Seligman
Charlotte Mills Seligman is President of Traversant, Inc., a San Francisco Bay Area brand communications firm she founded in 1999. She is a passionate advocate of equal rights and education for girls and women and works with numerous nonprofits, including Educate Girls Globally, the Hispanic Scholarship Fund, Refugee Transitions, and Project Homeless Connect. A former Peace Corps volunteer in Liberia, West Africa, she has two grown sons and three granddaughters.