Danielle Schasse is Co-Founder and Chief Financial Officer of Green Wings Compassion. Danielle oversees fundraising and capital management, as well as business development. She also serves as the technical liaison, and is actively involved with the Chia community. Danielle’s background includes several leadership roles across a spectrum of industries. She worked at Seagate in the Worldwide Security Department, multiple Government agencies, and a variety of private companies. She also has extensive experience in event production. Danielle has received many awards throughout her career, and holds degrees in Business Management and Business Administration.
Grig Bilham is the Chief Technology Officer of Green Wings Compassion. He has extensive experience designing, developing and shipping over 60 digital products; including for 13 Fortune 500 companies, on the web, mobile, desktop and XR. Throughout his life Grig has focused on the full-scope of design and development skills, and produced many products on his own. He has also served as CTO and Lead Developer at a few successful SF-based tech companies.
Logos Donald Branchflower Logos Donald Branchflower, Co-Founder and Chief Operations Officer, was motivated to start Green Wings Compassion in order to promote kindness, equity and awareness. He has run his own successful business in the service industry, for over 25 years. His eye for detail, and broad reaching vision of complex organization, are skills he brings to Green Wings Compassion.
Tappie Dufresne Tappie Dufresne is Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Green Wings Compassion. She graduated from the University of California Santa Cruz in 1993, and has lived and worked in San Francisco since 1994. Prior to starting Green Wings Compassion, she co-founded The Empty Space with her husband, a multipurpose gallery for community wellness and the arts. Tappie also has degrees from the National Personal Training Institute, as well as certifications from the National Association of Sports Medicine, TRX Suspension Training, and KettleBell Athletics.
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