The Soul Seated Board of Directors provides the guidance, experience, and focus to help oversee and direct our efforts to maximize our impact on our youth, our communities, and our world.
Founder & Executive Director,
Soul Seated Journey
Before founding Soul Seated Journey, Inc. Tiffany co-founded Logrado, an exited Gates-funded ed-tech startup that was later acquired by Strada Education Network. She has held senior technology and business executive roles in both growth-stage pre-IPO and Fortune 50 companies where she launched innovative business models and products. She’s spent over 12 years developing technology platforms adopted by Fortune 100 companies. She’s a graduate of USC and a board member for the Tzu Chi Foundation in Malaysia, the largest UN faith-based humanitarian charity.
CEO & President,
An entrepreneur and enterprise executive in one - Pete brings 20-years of senior executive experience to the startups he helps build; and entrepreneurial agility and hands-on execution to the enterprises he helps.
He is recognized as a strategic thinker and a hands-on operator: an artist: creative and adaptable AND an engineer: highly technical and operationally disciplined. Pete is one of the few senior corporate executives to thrive in the chaos of early- and mid-stage startups. He has led multi-billion dollar programs at HP and is someone who rolls up his sleeves with startups and early-stage companies as he instills his ethics, experience, and passion to help drive them to success.
Experienced Managing Director skilled in domestic and international Project Finance transactions, Business Advisory, Business Management, and Corporate Development. Ricardo has 10+ years of experience across Fortune 100 companies, his own ventures, and extensive involvement with California's nonprofit community. He currently is responsible for overseeing the operation of Vnesto Capital's US Los Angeles, South Korea, and Cuenca Ecuador offices.
Tzu Chi Foundation
Roxanne Buchwitz is the Charity Program Lead for Tzu Chi Compassionate Relief Foundation in San Francisco. Following her retirement from Genentech in 2006 as an information technology executive, Roxanne devoted her life as a full-time volunteer serving underprivileged families in Bayview Hunters Point and East Palo Alto in the Bay Area. She founded Tzu Chi’s Happy Campus program, a student-centered family support service that provides academic tutoring, school supplies, and other life necessities to low-income students. The Happy Campus program is active in 33 schools across ten states, including Ravenswood City and the San Francisco Unified School Districts.