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Ms. Dianne Yamashiro-Omi

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Program Officer, Community Health

Phone: (415) ***-****  
Email: d***@***.org
The San Francisco Foundation
225 Bush Street Suite 500
San Francisco , California 94104
United States

Company Description: The San Francisco Foundation (TSFF) is the community foundation serving the Bay Area since 1948. Through the generosity and vision of our family of donors, TSFF...   more

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  • bachelor's degree , Social Science
    U.C. Berkeley
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Dianne Yamashiro-Omi
Dianne Yamashiro-Omi joined The California Endowment as a program officer in 2000. She currently serves as the Foundation's Program Manager for Equity and Diversity.
Yamashiro-Omi, who has more than 20 years of experience in philanthropy, was previously a senior program officer for the foundation's Culturally Competent Health Systems and Diversifying the Healthcare Workforce program during which she oversaw the program's grant-making activities and worked closely with the program's director, Ignatius Bau, to help advance The Endowment's goal and overall mission.
Prior to that, Yamashiro-Omi was senior program officer for The Endowment's Greater Bay Area regional office located in San Francisco, where she oversaw all administrative and grant-making activities for that region. In addition, she served as the staff lead for the foundation's investments in community-based "focus funds" - a $10miilion investment in community based ethnic, gender, sexual orientation funds as strategic partners in meeting the health needs of underserved populations. Yamashiro-Omi also led the foundation's early efforts to define a Leadership strategy which acknowledged the need for "Boundary Crossing Leaders" as 21st century leaders who were adept at crossing the boundaries of race, class, gender, sexual orientation, age, and disability. In 2008, with Mr. Bau, Yamashiro-Omi completed the first California Endowment diversity audit and publication of the Foundation Diversity Tool-Kit, a compilation of local and national foundation diversity policies and practices.
Ms. Yamashiro-Omi is a recipient of the 2008 National Fundraising Executive's Outstanding Philanthropy Professional Award and a member of California's Commission on Asian Pacific Islander Affairs.
Prior to joining The Endowment, she served as a foundation consultant with a number of organizations including the Levi Strauss Foundation, the Evelyn and Walter Haas Jr. Fund, the Civil Liberties Public Education Fund, the Asian Pacific American Community Fund and the San Francisco Foundation.
Yamashiro-Omi also served as a program officer with the Koret Foundation and the Gap Foundation. In addition, she served as executive director, Board member and volunteer for a number of non-profits in the Bay Area.
Yamashiro-Omi holds a bachelor's degree in Social Science from U.C. Berkeley and a teaching credential from the University of San Francisco.
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Dianne Yamashiro-Omi
Interim Program Officer, Community Health
Dianne Yamashiro-Omi is the interim program officer for community health at The San Francisco Foundation. Dianne has served in the field of philanthropy and non-profit administration for over 30 years as a Program Officer and consultant for private and corporate foundations, and Executive Director of community-based social service organizations in the Bay Area. From 2000-2012, Dianne was the Program Manager for Equity and Diversity at the California Endowment and Program Officer for Culturally Competent Health Systems. Prior to joining The California Endowment, she served as a foundation consultant with a number of organizations including the Levi Strauss Foundation, the Evelyn and Walter Haas Jr. Fund, the Civil Liberties Public Education Fund, and the Asian Community Fund. Dianne also served as the Executive Director of the Asian Foundation for Community Development and Asian Manpower Services, and Co-Director of Asian Health Services. She is the recipient of the 2008 National Fundraising Executive's Outstanding Philanthropy Professional, a founding member of Asian Pacific islanders in Philanthropy (AAPIP), former Board member of Grantmakers Concerned for Immigrant and Refugees (GCIR), the Northern California Grantmakers, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Local Funding Partners Initiative, and member of the Council on Foundation's Advisory Committee on Diversity and Inclusivity. She currently serves as an appointee to the California State Commission on API Affairs and is on the Board of Race Forward and LeaderSpring.
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Dianne Yamashiro-Omi has served as the executive director for numerous nonprofits in the Asian community, including Asian Manpower Services and Asian Foundation for Community Development. She has acted as co-director of Asian Health Services and as administrative assistant for Kimochi. She has served as a board member for the Asian Law Caucus, East Bay Asian Local Development Corporation, United Japanese Community Services, and Association of Children's Services. She has served on the boards of the California Childcare Resource and Referral Network, Asian Pacific Islanders in Philanthropy, and Youth Alive. She has actively fundraised for the Asian Women's Shelter and Asian Immigrant Women Advocates. Dianne is a recipient of the Pacific Asian American Women Bay Area Coalition, Women Warrior Award, and the Japanese Community Youth Council (JCYC) Leadership Award and was selected as an Outstanding Young Woman of America in 1982. She is a graduate of the University of California at Berkeley and has completed a teacher's credential program at the University of San Francisco. Dianne has also completed the Coro Foundation Public Affairs Leadership Development Program.
Her tenure in the field of philanthropy began as an intern at the San Francisco Foundation in 1985. In 1986 she worked for the Koret Foundation in San Francisco as a program officer for youth and education. In 1993 she served as a consultant to the Levi Strauss Foundation. From 1994 to 1997, Dianne worked as the program officer for children, youth, and families for the Gap Foundation. She served as a consultant with the Civil Liberties Public Education Fund and the Asian Pacific Fund. Currently, Dianne is a consultant to the Evelyn and Walter Haas Jr. Fund and Levi Strauss Foundation. She has served on the board of directors for the Northern California Grantmakers and Asian American Pacific Islanders in Philanthropy (AAPIP).
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