STAFF & BOARD OF DIRECTORS
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
His successful career as a television news producer throughout California helped Scott Tritt develop an ability to tell stories in a compelling and memorable way. Now he's using those skills to help SDSVP and the nonprofits we serve.
Yona is a former Big 4 CPA and Lean Enterprise Certified leader with 20+ years of hands-on experience in the medical device industry. Yona has been a program lead for multiple SAP implementations globally and has managed teams that supported the business process management and continuous improvement of business processes across all functions on SAP and other integrated systems resulting in hundreds of millions in cost savings.
Mary is a CPA who began her career at Deloitte and Touche and spent most of her career at large public companies such as Kyocera, Danskin, the New York Times, Hachette Filipacchi (publisher of Elle Magazine) and Topps.
Don Jasko is an attorney with a long interest in music and the arts, media, economics and technology. After managing the licensing of music to television broadcasters at ASCAP in New York, Don founded Digital Economics, which administers musical copyrights for publishers and composers of television and ad music.
Ned is a management consultant with a background in sales, finance, and renewable energy. From 2005 to 2014 he ran the sales and marketing department for the solar company, Borrego Solar, Inc.
Debleena is a nonprofit development professional, writer, and educator, with an academic postgraduate background in culture and communication. She was born in India and educated at Calcutta University before pursuing further research at the University of South Carolina and Univerity of Illinois Urbana-Champaign.
Sarah, a native San Diegan, has been active in the philanthropic world for over 15 years in various roles. She studied biological anthropology and cognitive science at UC San Diego and worked in biological research for a short time before she discovered her real passion is to help nonprofit organizations effectively achieve their mission by raising funds and building relationships in the community.
Don Wells is a graduate of Washington University in St. Louis with degrees in Psychology, History and Political Science and certification to teach secondary education. In 2004, he also earned a Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology.