Board of Directors


We have built a board of national leaders from across the nonprofit sector, and we continue to recruit board members and advisors who share our passion and commitment and whose expertise can guide our efforts to bring value to nonprofits around the world.

Adam Miller

Adam Miller is the founder and CEO of Cornerstone OnDemand. Since starting the company in 1999, Miller has led Cornerstone through nearly 14 years of consecutive growth, transforming it into one of the world's leading Software-as-a-Service companies. Cornerstone has been recognized as one of the nation's fastest growing companies by Deloitte, Inc. magazine and the Los Angeles Business Journal. Miller recently was honored as an Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year 2011 award winner. He also was named the Southern California Technology Association's CEO of the Year in 2009.

Adam has a JD from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) School of Law, an MBA from the UCLA Anderson School of Management, a BS in systems analysis from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, and a BA in European history from the University of Pennsylvania. He serves on the boards of IKAR and FARE (Food Allergy Research & Education).

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Dawn Moskowitz

Dawn Moskowitz is an Educational Consultant who works with schools to develop 21st century partnerships. Committed to transforming the education system and increasing opportunities for all children, she developed her analytical, strategic planning, and policy expertise in both the private and public sectors at Fortune 500 corporations, start-ups, and entrepreneurial nonprofits. Previously, Dawn led program development teams at Citibank, Time Inc., and Common Ground Community, the winner of the 1998 Drucker Award for Nonprofit Innovation.

Currently, Dawn is a graduate teaching fellow at the University of Vermont where she is pursuing her master’s in education policy. She has a BS in economics from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.

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Kim Jones

Kim Jones is Chief Executive Officer of Curriki and Chairman of the Board of the CSOD Foundation. Previously, KIM was an executive with Sun Microsystems for more than 10 years, where she led a team committed to providing advanced technologies and services to key constituencies in the public sector.

Kim has an honorary PhD from the University of Edinburgh and a BA from the University of California, San Diego. She is a member of the MIT Open Courseware Industry Advisory Council and the recipient of the Sun Leadership Award and the YWCA Award for Women in Business. She was inducted into the Women in Technology International (WITI) Hall of Fame In 2006.

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Miriam Wardak

Miriam Wardak is Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer at Project HOPE, where she is responsible for global HR and administration. Previously, she was senior vice president of human resources at ICF International, where she supported the company throughout its IPO phase and established the public company HR governance structure. Prior to her position at ICF, she was senior vice president at i2 Technologies. Miriam has also held HR leadership positions at Texas Instruments, TwinStar Semiconductor, and Fairmont Hotel.

Miriam has an MBA from the University of Dallas and a BA from George Mason University. She currently serves on the HR advisory board of InsideNGO and is a founding member of the Human Resources Leadership Forum’s (HRLF) Nonprofit Consortium for the Washington, DC metropolitan area.

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Jay Banfield

Jay Banfield is the Founding Executive Director of Year Up Bay Area, a nationally recognized nonprofit organization that provides urban young adults with the opportunity to reach their full career potential through paid training and a corporate internship. Jay began his career at Oracle Corporation. He has worked on local, state and national political campaigns and has served in both the legislative and executive branches of government. He was appointed the Assistant Treasurer for the City and County of San Francisco in 1999, where he managed the city’s $7 billion treasury. Following his time as Treasurer, Jay was appointed to Assistant General Manager at the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission, where he directed the organization’s $400 million operating budget.

Jay holds an MPP from the University of California, Berkeley and a BA in psychology from Stanford University. He serves on the board of trustees of San Francisco University High School and the advisory council of CODE2040.

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