Kenneth G. Moore, Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation

TITLE: Director, San Francisco Bay Area

FUNDING AREAS: Bay Area land conservation and science learning

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PROFILE: Ken Moore serves as the trustee, chief administrative officer and chief program officer for the San Francisco Bay Area for the Moore Foundation. His foundation bio shares:

As chief administrative officer, oversees the core operations of the foundation. Specifically, grants administration, facilities, finance, human resources and IT report to him. As chief program officer, he oversees the foundation’s grantmaking, supporting local conservation and informal science learning. .
At the foundation for more than a decade, Ken has also served as director of evaluation, information technology and facilities, and as research director.
Previously, Ken spent a quarter century in management positions in the high tech industry at Signetics Corporation and most recently at Philips Semiconductors as the director of global supply chain logistics and customer fulfillment (APICS CPIM certified).
Ken co-founded and has served as 10-year board president of the Bullis Charter School, one of the top-10 highest performing public schools in California. He also serves on the boards of the Exploratorium, the California Institute of Technology, the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation and the Moore Family Foundation. Ken holds a degree in business administration, and lives with his wife and two children in Los Altos Hills.

Allison Harvey Turner, S.D. Bechtel, Jr. Foundation

TITLE: Program Director, Environment

FUNDING AREAS: Environment, water conservation, sustainable water management, land conservation in California

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PROFILE: Allison Harvey Turner serves as a program director at the S.D. Bechtel, Jr. Foundation, where her focus is the environment. Her foundation bio shares:

Allison joined the Foundation in 2003, and she oversees the Foundation’s Environment Program. Allison directs strategy, and manages program staff and grantmaking to advance water management and land stewardship in California. In this role, she develops efforts to support effective programs, build strong partnerships, and develop organizational capacity. Before moving into the role of Program Director, Allison led the development and implementation of the Foundation’s water and migratory bird strategies. Allison serves on the Board for Audubon California and the Advisory Board for Sustainable Conservation. She received a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of California, Los Angeles.