Natalie Kaye has worked extensively in the entertainment and nonprofit sectors, and has raised nearly $40 million for various philanthropic causes across the United States. She was publicly elected to office in Los Angeles, California, serving 55,000 constituents for a two-year term as Vice President of the Lake Balboa Neighborhood Council, and also served as the Chairwoman of the Economic Development Committee. She helped to found a movie and music festival in the Sepulveda Basin area that Eventbrite named one of the “Top 20 Summer Events In Los Angeles” in its second year. Her community work resulted in commendations for public service from Congressman Tony Cardenas, the Mayor of Los Angeles Eric Garcetti, as well as several members of the California State Senate and the California State Assembly.
Natalie began her career in New York City on Wall Street as a PowerPoint consultant, working on financial projects and roadshow communications with corporate clients such as Goldman Sachs, Citibank, and others. She received her M.B.A. from the University of Southern California, graduating with top academic honors, her B.A. from UCLA, graduating magna cum laude, and studied abroad at the University of Oxford.
She loves cappuccinos, Orangetheory, cracker jacks at Dodgers games, and Broadway showtunes!
Jeremy Gregg is a Los Angeles native that now lives in Orange County, CA. A Strategic technology consultant and Serial Entrepreneur with a curious mind. His consulting has helped many public and private entities to build out, improve and optimize their operations including Retail, Commercial Real-estate Development, Health, Medical Device, Semiconductor, Manufacturing, Logistics, Insurance, Education, Government, Air charter, TV and Film. Current projects include a technology consulting company GreVA, a family social media site GenerationTree.com, a BlockChain payment app, and Thrive33.com.
He loves trying new things and taking on new challenges. In his quest for knowledge, he has earned an Associate of Science in Automotive Body and Fender, Bachelor’s in Information Technology, a Master’s in Business Administration from USC, and he is also a Certified Ethical Hacker. He is currently working on getting an Azure and AWS Solution Architect certificate.
When not working, he enjoys traveling, trying new foods, wine tasting, distillery tours, and volunteering to help others. Some of his proudest moments were raising money for Shriners Hospitals for Children, assisting with activities at Orangewood Children and Family Center, serving food at the Midnight Mission, and helping Online Trading Academy become a benefit corporation (BCORP).
Gail Gonzales was born and raised in Los Angeles. Named after a Los Angeles Laker, Gail Goodrich, he often finds himself mistaken for a woman on the other side of the phone. Gail has spent a lot of time in the classroom taking classes ranging in: biology, welding, sewing, improv, product design, and business to name a few. He is currently pursuing a CFA accreditation while earning a certificate in Data Science.
He drew an interest in digital design on the Macintosh and fell in love with the power of communication in the field of Advertising. He began his career in advertising agencies where he has worked on brands such as Sprint, Specialized, Nestle, and Adobe. He has taught Advertising at Art Center College of Design and Academy of Arts. He currently works at a management consulting firm in Los Angeles. Gail holds a BS in Business/Biology (UC Riverside), BA in Advertising (Art Center College of Design) and an MBA from the USC Marshall School of Business.
He spends his free time with his daughter Jasmine, dog Trever, and a travel trailer he wants to take around the country. He also enoys cycling, djing, and finding the newest hole-in-the-wall around Los Angeles.
John works in finance, with a focus on market analysis and macroeconomics. He began his career in New York City at Goldman Sachs where he worked as an analyst for the technology sector on a publication for the firm’s largest investors. Parker has spent the majority of his early career in the publishing industry. He worked for two years at Time, Inc., where he prepared budgets and analyses for three magazines, and four years at Penguin Random House LLC., where he managed revenue, expense tracking and analysis for the publishing company’s speakers’ bureau. John holds a B.S. in Business Administration with a minor in Communications from Villanova University, and an M.B.A. from the University of Southern California.
John resides in Southern California with his girlfriend and their rescue dog, Vinny. He loves sports and being active in any way possible, and was a member of the men’s soccer team at Villanova University. He enjoys hiking, skiing, swimming, paddle boarding, biking, soccer and basketball, and is also a big fan of both watching and participating in the arts. John is originally from Bucks County, Pennsylvania, and loves all things Philly and family. Go Birds.
Andrew Pagsisihan is a Los Angeles native who started his career as an electrical and computer engineer in the biotech industry creating products in aiding in telehealth and telemedicine. His fascination with population health management turned his attention to working in health care, specializing in health care delivery in the home – specifically Home Health, Palliative and Hospice care. Andrew spends several years engaged with health system such as UnitedHealth, Kaiser Foundation, Anthem and other plans aligning health programs. He engages in national and state association such as NAHC, NHPCO, CAPC, HCAOA, CAHSAH and CHAPCA, and participates in several political action committee on a national and state level for pushing quality health care in the home. He is also the Department of Health Services of Los Angeles representative for Home Health and Hospice in Emergency Medical Services, and currently heads the Informatics and Operations of an agency serving Southern California.
Andrew received his M.B.A. from the University of Southern California, and when he’s not working, he likes long hikes and bike rides with his dog Brody, as well as volunteering at local charity events. He enjoys indulging in food, books, films, live music, and theater.