Board of Directors
Andrea Aguliar [Board Member]
Since 2012, Andrea has worked at Community Initiatives where she an initial point of contact in coordinating services to the clients. She monitors project performance, identifies and addresses risks, ensures that the appropriate services are being delivered effectively and timely, and partners to cohesively solve issues. Andrea is a San Francisco native, a devoted Giants fan, and art enthusiast. She has a passion for the arts, music, and most importantly the individuals who bring ideas and solutions alive to benefit communities.
Richard Faw [Treasurer]
Richard has nearly two decades of experience in the consulting and investment advisory business. Before founding Setarcos Investment Advisors in 2011, he worked for a major multinational consulting firm serving as the lead advisor to institutional investors with assets totaling more than $3 billion. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in mathematics from the University of the South.
Blair Czarecki [Board Member]
Blair has served as the IHDC Program Director since Summer 2013 and as Site Coordinator at the San Francisco YMCA since 2014. Blair holds a Masters degree in Dietetics with a concentration in Community Health, and is presently working towards a dual Masters in International Public Health.
Carlton Eichelberger [Board Member]
Carlton is the Area Director for Boys & Girls Clubs of San Francisco where he oversees the operations of three facilities: the Sunnydale, Excelsior, and Willie Mays Clubhouses. He was a 2012 recipient of the Daniel E. Koshland Civic Unity Award from The San Francisco Foundation, one of the nation’s largest and leading philanthropic foundations.
Miles Epstein [Board Member]
Miles is a practicing artist and community curator in San Francisco. His studio work includes the design of interactive furniture from uncommon materials. Miles social efforts revolve around strengthening the artist web in which we are all born.
Oliver Hack [Board Member]
For the past 15 years, Oliver has been working in the nonprofit and public sectors. He spent eight years with the Richmond District Neighborhood Center, as a Program Coordinator and as the Deputy Director. Oliver joined the City and County of SF as the Chief Operating Officer of the Mayor’s Office of Housing. He also served as Director of Sponsored Projects and Philanthropic Services for Community Initiatives.