Jennie Palmer spends her work week as the Director of Administration and Board Relations for Sierra Club Foundation, an environmental non-profit based in the Bay Area. Jennie has over ten years of experience in non-profit management and has organized and hosted over 40 successful board meetings. Jennie is excited to bring her expertise in board governance, board development, and non-profit management to 51 Foundation. When not working or volunteering, Jennie loves to play board games with friends, go out on picnics, and paint.
Tabetha Hinman is a Silicon Valley-based attorney, entrepreneur and investor. Tabetha has had a long career founding and working with start-up technology companies, including serving as the General Counsel and Chief Business Officer of Mimosa Networks, a fixed wireless broadband solutions provider (acquired by Airspan Networks, AIRO); Co-Founder, COO and General Counsel at PopSugar; and Co-Founder and President of HiveSpot, an electric aviation platform. Tabetha holds a B.A. from the University of California, San Diego and a J.D. from UCLA Law. In addition to her philanthropic interests, Tabetha is an avid traveler, reader, baker and news junkie.
Emily Jacobs is a neuroscientist at the University of California, Santa Barbara. Her research team uses advanced brain imaging methods to understand and promote women’s brain health over the lifespan. She holds a B.A. from Smith College and a Ph.D. from the University of California, Berkeley. Prior to UCSB, she was an Instructor at Harvard Medical School and the Department of Medicine/Division of Women’s Health at Brigham & Women’s Hospital. Emily advocates for diversity in science at the national and international level. Her lab regularly partners with K-12 groups to advance girls’ representation in STEM, work that was featured in the book “STEMinists: The Lifework of 12 Women Scientists and Engineers”. Outside of her scientific and advocacy work, Emily is an avid hiker and tennis player.
Danielle Stolzenberg is the founder of 51 Foundation, as well as a behavioral neuroendocrinologist and Associate Professor at University of California, Davis. In addition to her academic appointment in the Department of Psychology, she is an affiliated faculty with the UC Davis Center for Neuroscience. Danielle has spent her career investigating the neurobiological basis of maternal care and maternal neglect using rodent models. She is passionate about making the consideration of sex and gender in research the standard, rather than the exception. Danielle holds a B.S. from Stetson University and a Ph.D. from Boston College. Outside of the office, Danielle plays guitar, sews her own clothes and enjoys rollerblading.