Bob Uyeki, Chief Executive Officer
Bob joined the Foundation in 2004 as Senior Program Officer and was promoted to CEO in 2008. He oversees all of the Foundation's grantmaking strategies and community leadership work, as well as its finance and administrative functions. Bob has more than 25 years of experience in the nonprofit and philanthropic sectors in the Bay Area, having previously worked at the East Bay Community Foundation, The San Francisco Foundation and as the Director of the San Francisco Asian American Film Festival.
Bob has served on numerous nonprofit boards, including the East Bay Community Foundation, Northern California Grantmakers, Rise Together, the Foundation Consortium for California's Children and Youth, the Family Independence Initiative and the Angel Island Immigration Station Foundation. He currently serves on the Local Advisory Board of Bay Area LISC. Bob holds a B.A. in English from Amherst College and a Master in Public Administration with an emphasis in strategic planning and management from Harvard University's John F. Kennedy School of Government. In his leisure time, Bob enjoys jogging, cycling and hiking throughout the East Bay.
Kappy Dye, CFO and Grants Manager
Kappy joined the Foundation in 2001 and is responsible for oversight of accounting functions; implementation of investment strategies; and supervision of grant processing and reporting. In addition to her operational responsibilities, Kappy has a small grant portfolio that includes the Foundation’s Program Related Investment. Kappy has more than two decades of experience in the philanthropic, nonprofit and private sector. She earned her CPA at Price Waterhouse where her clients included the San Francisco Foundation, Dreyer’s Grand Ice Cream and Chevron. She earned her Bachelor of Arts in Economics at The Colorado College and received her Master of Business Administration from the University of California, Berkeley. Kappy spends much of her free time serving on the board of an Oakland based nonprofit focused on supporting transitional age foster youth.
Luis Arteaga, Senior Program Officer
Luis Arteaga joined the Foundation in 2018 and is responsible for grants to improve the economic security of low-income people through employment and job training, asset building, and community economic development. Prior to being a Senior Program Officer at the Y&H Foundation, Luis was a Senior Program Manager at the Levi Strauss Foundation (LSF) responsible for domestic grantmaking addressing HIV/AIDS stigma and discrimination, leadership development and social justice. Prior to joining LSF, Luis was Director of Emerging Markets at the California Emerging Technology Fund, a $60 million fund established to ensure all communities can harness the power of the Internet for educational and economic advancement. Luis served as the Executive Director of Latino Issues Forum, a non-profit public policy and advocacy institute, directing a number of groundbreaking policy initiatives at the local, regional and state level. Luis received a Master in Public Policy from the Harvard Kennedy School of Government and completed his undergraduate education at Princeton University. He lives in the East Bay with his wife and two children.
Mary Doyle, Senior Program Officer
Mary joined the Foundation in 2007 after a long career in parish, campus, and social justice ministry. She served as the Social Justice Coordinator for the Diocese of Oakland where she worked on global and local issues with many inspiring leaders from the faith communities. She also served as an Adjunct Professor of Church Administration at the Graduate Theological Union, where she shared the joys and challenges of nonprofit administration. Mary manages three grantmaking areas at the Foundation: Immigration Legal Services, Grassroots Community Organizing, and our Urban Catholic School Initiative. She’s a longtime resident of Berkeley where she received both her BA in Biology from Cal, and a Masters of Divinity from the Franciscan School of Theology.
Debbie Floyd, Accountant and Grants Assistant
Debbie joined the Foundation in a part-time accounting role in November 2013 and transitioned into a full-time position in February 2014, when she assumed the responsibilities of grants administrative support and office management. Prior to joining the Foundation, she worked as a tax preparer for a public accounting firm and as a bookkeeper/finance manager for a law practice. She is enjoying her shift into the non-profit sector, particularly the wide range of working relationships and the diversity of roles that her position offers. Debbie is a CPA and holds a B.S. in Business Administration from UC Berkeley and an Accounting Certificate from Diablo Valley College. In her free time, she enjoys tennis, running, and hiking.