Marjorie Swig, MS/LMFT, is a licensed marriage and family therapist providing psychotherapy for young adults, teens and children in Marin County and San Francisco since 2005. Marjorie’s focus is to help these young people cope with the challenges presented to them and to feel safe in this fast paced and complicated world.
Carol Nathan, Psy.D., is a clinical psychologist in private practice in San Francisco. She sees individuals and couples. She is a graduate of The Wright Institute. She has worked in child, adolescent, and family mental health at Richmond Area MultiServices Clinic, UCSF/SF General Hospital Department of Psychiatry Child Trauma Research Program, and California Pacific Medical Center Department of Outpatient Psychiatry.
Ronna spent over two decades in the nonprofit and private sectors and brings a wide-ranging business experience to Greenlight Clinic in the areas of marketing, program management, impact assessment, strategic planning and stakeholder development. Most recently, Ronna co-founded and managed Roanti Ranch, a diversified agricultural business dedicated to sustainable farming and artisan food production. Prior to agribusiness, she was a consultant at Mercer Consulting and Director of Marketing for Diagnostic Networks, a medical services startup.
Ronna serves as a volunteer business advisor for Pacific Community Ventures, Taproot and 10KSB and as a board member for Rhoda Goldman Plaza in San Francisco. Ronna has been a board member and committee chair at Jewish Family & Children’s Services and has participated on multiple lay-committees at Congregation Emanu-El, Town School, JCCSF, Hamlin School, Parents Coalition of Bay Area High Schools and SFCAHT.
Ronna received her BA in Economics/Sociology from The University of Michigan and her MBA from Chicago Booth School of Business at The University of Chicago. Ronna is proud to be part of Greenlight Clinic as it makes an indelible mark in the San Francisco healthcare community.
Judy Katsin is a graduate of the University of California, Berkeley, and holds a PhD in Clinical Psychology from the California School of Professional Psychology in San Diego.
An avid school and PTA volunteer during her children’s formative years, she is the retired Executive Director of Marin County School Volunteers, a program which places community volunteer tutors in Marin’s public schools. Previously, Judy designed and instituted an Employee Assistance Program at Brookhaven National Laboratory on Long Island, New York, a United States Department of Energy research facility.
She is married, has two grown children and lives in Mill Valley, California.
Robin Bacci grew up in the Bay Area, graduated from UC Berkeley with a Bachelors of Arts in Rhetoric. At a young age, Robin took the helm and grew R.A.B. Motors into a family of dealerships representing Mercedes-Benz, Lexus, Jaguar, Land Rover, Lincoln Mercury and Rolls Royce. For over 35 years Robin established and maintained an enviable standard of excellence, served on the Presidents Cabinet for Land Rover North America and achieved many distinctions as a business leader.
Robin was the first and youngest women in her YPO chapter and has served on the boards of both The Marin Ballet and Summer Search. Robin’s relentless pursuit of excellence is an asset to any venture she becomes a part of and is delighted to be on the founding board of Greenlight Clinic.
Roselyne Chroman Swig
Ms. Swig is founder & president of ComCon International and founder, Roselyne C. Swig Artsource (1978-94); Appointed Director of the U.S. Department of State Art in Embassies Program by President William J. Clinton (1994-97); Devoted decades to philanthropic and community service efforts, at local, national and global level with focus on women’s empowerment, social welfare, fine art, political advocacy and education. Founder of the advocacy group, Partners Ending Domestic Abuse, founder/member, Bayview Alliance in 2011. Board memberships include: Vital Voices Global Partnership; KQED; NPR Foundation; Mills College, Shalom Hartman Institute. Lifetime Trustee; SF Art Institute, past president & Trustee Emeritus; Berkeley Art Museum/Pacific Film Archives, past president; San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; The Contemporary Jewish Museum, past chair; AIPAC, National V.P.; American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee; Jewish Community Federation of SF, Peninsula, Marin & Sonoma Counties, past president, SF Arts Commission, past president; National Gallery of Art’s past co-chair of the Collector’s Committee, member of United Religions Initiative’s President’s Council, SF Haifa Sister City Committee and Jewish Community Relations Council.
Ms. Swig is a 2015 Policy Fellow, The Rockefeller Foundation Bellagio, Italy Residency Program and 2013 Advanced Leadership Initiative Fellow, Harvard University.
Ms. Swig attended the University of California, Berkeley and University of California, Los Angeles as an undergraduate and has been awarded Honorary Degrees from the San Francisco Art Institute, the University of San Francisco, Mills College and Santa Clara University. Ms. Swig is the widow of Richard Lewis Swig and has four children, twelve grandchildren and one great grandchild.
Kiki Goshay is the founder of Goshay Productions. She has worked on both narrative and documentary films. Her passion is to use the media for positive social impact. Her works include: Not Alone – a 2017 documentary created to shed light and end stigma around teen mental illness, The Job – a feature film starring Patrick Flueger, and How to Eat Your Watermelon in White Company (and Enjoy It) – a documentary on the life of black filmmaker Melvin Van Peebles.
Kiki Goshay is an active advocate for the environment and children. Kiki became a licensed foster care parent in 2012. Raising children who come into foster care, she has become a passionate supporter of organizations that assist underprivileged children with their mental health and education.
Kiki is also on the board of the Captain Planet Foundation – an Atlanta based non-profit that supports project-based environmental learning strategies that bring education to life and Cool The Earth – a free, ready-to-run climate change assembly program that educated K-8 students and their families about climate change and inspired them to take simple actions to reduce carbon emissions.