Jonathan BrackBoard Member Director, Collaborative Impact Program, Foundation for California Community Colleges
Jonathan Brack is the Director of the Collaborative Impact Program at the Foundation for California Community Colleges, where he leads the Foundation’s efforts to incubate, scale and sustain creative endeavors to improve educational opportunities and outcomes for all Californians. He is also responsible for evolving the Foundation’s partnerships into a cohesive program and leading strategic efforts to broaden and increase the Foundation’s impact. Prior to his current role, Jonathan was the Manager of Capacity Building for Tipping Point Community where he worked to bring talent management and diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) resources to the nonprofit organizations that Tipping Point supports. While at Tipping Point, he also designed and implemented the Emerging Leaders Fellowship – a leadership development program for mid-managers of color. Earlier in his career, Jonathan was on the original team at Code2040 that broke ground to increase the number of Black and Latinx engineers in Silicon Valley and was the Founding Director of the Berkeley Scholars Program, where he designed and directed an academic mentoring program for college-bound African American and Latinx youth. Jonathan holds a B.A. in history from University of California, Berkeley. In addition to his service to Multiplier, Jonathan also serves as an Advisory Board Member for California Education Learning Lab and has volunteered with the Hidden Genius Project, BUILD and The Surge Institute.