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.
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 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.
Over the course of his career Steve has been involved in building a number of entrepreneurial businesses as a manager, consultant and financier. He has worked for several beverage firms, including three years as the chief operating officer of Blackstone Winery, whose wine is now one of the top brands in the US. Steve earned an MBA and BS from The University of California at Berkeley.