St. Anthony’s Board of Directors
Nils Behnke, PhD
Nils Behnke is a Partner and Director in Bain & Company’s San Francisco office. With over 20 years of consulting and industry experience, Nils is a leader of the firm’s global healthcare and strategy practices. At Bain, Nils serves Healthcare clients on a variety of topics, focusing on strategy, M&A, company transformations, business innovation and models, franchise full potential, and organizational effectiveness. As an industry expert, Nils is a regular speaker at industry symposia and author of articles. His work has been broadly published and quoted in the media, including The Economist, the Wall Street Journal, Financial Times and industry publications (e.g., Start Up, Pharmaceutical Executive, InVivo). Nils holds an MA and a PhD from the University of Cologne in Germany.
Lisa St. Claire
Lisa is a financial planner and consultant focused on bringing clarity, simplicity and wholeness to the financial lives of clients. She has over 25 years of experience in wealth management, and her education includes a Bachelor’s degree from Georgetown University and the Certified Financial Planner designation.
She joined the St. Anthony’s Board of Directors in 2013 and currently serves as Vice President and also leads the Nominating and Governance Committee. Lisa lives in Piedmont with her husband and four children.
Timothy J. Dunn
Tim has been a member of the St. Anthony’s Board of Directors since June 2012 and also serves on the Finance Committee. With more than 21 years of extensive financial management experience, he is currently an Operating Partner for TPG, a Private Equity Firm in San Francisco. Prior to joining TPG, he was CFO of Hotwire.com, CFO for the Gap Division of Gap, Inc., and held a number of senior management positions during his 12 years with PepsiCo, Inc. Prior to PepsiCo, he was with Price Waterhouse & Co. and is a Certified Public Accountant in the State of California. Tim graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of Southern California with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business. He and his wife and two children live in Tiburon, California.
Paul is a native San Franciscan, an attorney specializing in the field of construction law, and is currently the Senior Vice President and General Counsel of Rudolph and Sletten, General Contractors. The company is a commercial building contractor with offices throughout the state of California.
Paul is a member of the Board of Directors of Construction Employers Association, as well as of the Alcoholic Rehabilitation Association of San Francisco. He currently lives in San Francisco with his wife and three children.
C. Joseph Atteridge
As Managing Partner of the ownership team of The Pacific Institute (TPI), Joe Atteridge oversees the company’s strategic growth initiatives and financials. TPI is a global consulting firm focused on improving organizational performance and leadership development through the use of cognitive science. In his prior work, Joe has over 40 years of leadership experience including COO of REZsolutions, a global hospitality systems and services provider, President and COO of AMR Information Services, a subsidiary of AMR and American Airlines, VP of American Airlines and several leadership positions in IBM. Additionally, Joe spent eight years on active duty in the United States Air Force. He has also served on the Board of Directors of several companies and non-profits, including other ministries of the Franciscan Friars. He has a BA from Providence College and an MBA, with honors, from the Thunderbird School of Global Management. He and his wife reside in Scottsdale, AZ.
Tom Bentley is a Director at Nanometrics and was a Director at Rambus. Previously he was a Managing Director at SVB Alliant (formerly Alliant Partners, which he co-founded). He has served on the boards of the Ecumenical Hunger Program and the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. Tom holds a BA in Economics from Vanderbilt University and an MS in Management from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Fr. Raymond J. Bucher, OFM
Father Ray Bucher entered the Franciscans in 1958, and was ordained in Santa Barbara during Vatican II in 1964. He received a PhD in philosophy from Fordham University in 1970, and taught at Loyola University, New Orleans, FST, Berkeley and Santa Clara University, all in the 70’s. Father Ray ministered in Franciscan Formation for the Saint Barbara Province, Guardian at the Franciscan Headquarters in Rome from 1982-85, was Director of Franciscan Renewal Center from 1985-92 in Scottsdale and of the San Damiano Retreat from 1995-2014 in Danville. He was Provincial Definitor (1977-1982, 1985-1988) and Vicar Provincial (1988-1994). Presently in active retirement in St Francis Parish, Sacramento. Have passport, will travel!
Dale has long been engaged in the community life of San Francisco, including with institutions and organizations that serve the Tenderloin and similar populations. He was a leading force in the effort to fund and build San Francisco’s New Main Library, the branch library for the Tenderloin, and was instrumental in helping to raise $35 million in private donations for the library. He served as president of the Telegraph Hill Neighborhood Center and has been involved with affordable housing development projects and financing programs for more than 30 years, working closely with nonprofit development corporations. Dale, his wife and children, are very involved in their local parish, St. Dominic’s Catholic Church, in San Francisco.
Fr. Joseph Chinnici, OFM
Fr. Joseph Chinnici is a member of the St. Anthony Foundation Board of Directors in San Francisco.
June Faison currently works for Dignity Health as a Ministry Formation, Program Manager. She has been with Dignity Health for 11 years. June is responsible along with her team for developing and rolling out the newly developed Ministry Formation program for 60,000 Dignity Health employees’. The program will include four modules; History and Legacy, Spirituality and Meaning, Ethics and Values, and Community and Relationship. June has a daughter and 2 dogs, Bentley and Porsche, a Shih Tzu and a Maltese. In her spare time she is a pilot.
Rey began his career as a teacher—and progressed to site director—at BUILD, a college access nonprofit that propels low-income youth to attain a college education. Rey received his BS in Business Entrepreneurship from the University of Southern California and earned his MPP from the Harvard Kennedy School. He’s an alumnus of Y Combinator, an Echoing Green Fellow, and an Education Pioneers Fellow. Rey was nominated for the inaugural Visionary of the Year Award by the San Francisco Chronicle. In 2012, he launched One Degree, a technology-driven nonprofit that’s revolutionizing access to resources for low-income families to help them overcome poverty. Rey practices yoga, plays with gadgets, and builds furniture from scratch.
Cathy Garzio is the Vice Chair and Director of Finance and Administration for the Department of Medicine at Stanford School of Medicine, where she oversees a $400 million budget and the activities of 700 staff members in support of faculty patient care, research and education. Prior to joining Stanford Medicine in July, 2015, Cathy worked for 24 years at UCSF where she held a variety of health care administrative positions. Cathy is passionate about developing great people and focuses on diversity, equity, and inclusion in academic medicine. As a mentor and leader, she works to enhance employee engagement and create systems and processes to assure salary equity for both faculty and staff. She holds a BA in Human Biology and Italian from Stanford University and an MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. Cathy and her husband live in San Francisco and are the parents of three adult sons.
Ravi has been actively involved with St. Anthony’s since 2009 when he relocated to the city of San Francisco. He started his early corporate career as a microbiologist and then was recruited out of business school by Eli Lilly & Company. Since then he has held various managerial positions with leading pharmaceutical, biotech, medical device, and start-up organizations, where he has successfully led and managed global product development programs. He holds undergraduate degrees in Microbiology (BS), Chemistry (BA) and graduate degrees in business (MBA) and Science (MSHS).
Tyrone Hopper, a Bay Area native, is a System Safety Specialist with the National Railroad Passenger Corporation. His passion is to reintegrate those that feel disenfranchised. He is an active youth mentor through the OK program and is a Biblical Studies Instructor. Tyrone is a graduate of the Father Alfred Center and holds a BS in Criminal Justice from the University of Phoenix and an MA in Forensic Psychology from Argosy University.
David is a professional Finance and IT leader with 25 years of experience leading high-performance cross-functional teams to design and deliver powerful people, process and technology solutions. David serves as the Director of Enterprise Analytics with Dolby Laboratories. Previously, David served in a variety of Finance leadership roles at Adobe Systems, Oracle, Levi Strauss and Deloitte. He and his wife live in Alameda with their six children. David received his BA in Economics and BS in Accounting from SUNY at Albany. Outside of work, David is a full-time dad, a soccer coach and volunteers for St. Anthony’s and Meals on Wheels.
After a childhood in Asia, Maija is now a longtime San Francisco resident. She is currently the Chief of Staff at a financial technology start-up after a tenure in bio-pharma.
Maija and her two children are regular volunteers in St. Anthony’s Dining Room. Previously, she served as the board chair of the San Francisco Education Fund (2005-2011). During her tenure at the San Francisco Education Fund, she led a merger with another nonprofit (San Francisco School Volunteers) to better serve the needs of San Francisco students and twice co-chaired their annual Back to School Lunch fundraiser. In addition, she was an inaugural leader of the Monsoon Group at the Asian Art Museum during the museum’s move from Golden Gate Park to the Civic Center and chaired many fundraisers for the museum.