Ariane Trimuschat

Ariane Trimuschat, Director, San Francisco Fall Art & Antiques Show –415.392.7600 x318

“I have always had a passion for art, culture and history. To be able to do what I love, and have it support the
work of such an impactful, meaningful organization keeps me inspired daily.”

Ariane has served as Director of The San Francisco Fall Art & Antiques Show, the major fundraiser for Enterprise, since
2013. Originally from New York City, Ariane has spent over 25 years in marketing, promotions and events. At Condé
Nast Publications in New York, she worked for several magazines including Vanity Fair, Bon Appétit, Self and Condé
Nast Traveler, creating promotional opportunities for the magazines and their advertisers. In 2000, she moved to
California where she brought her background full circle with her love of art, as the San Francisco Director of the
national arts organization Gen Art, which supported emerging artists in the fields of visual art, fashion, film and
music. Ariane oversaw a team that produced and promoted over 30 major arts programs and exhibits annually. Ariane
is currently an officer of the Modern Art Council (MAC) for SFMOMA and is a member of the Hillsborough Auxiliary
of Peninsula Family Services. She is a former member of the Board of Directors for the Achenbach Graphic Arts Council
for The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, and has volunteered for numerous non-profits, supporting children and
the arts.

Chris Rubeo, Youth Development Director –415.392.7600 x304

Chris has been working in youth-serving nonprofits for the past seven years. Originally from New York, he got his start in
youth empowerment as a music major at Bard College, where he volunteered at a pediatric group home leading expressive
arts workshops. Since then, he has worked in children’s hospitals, after-school programs, and grief and
bereavement centers. He is passionate about the use of music and art to enrich, heal, and empower individuals and
communities. Chris spends his time getting out of the city to hike, making homemade pizza, and tirelessly searching
for the best cup of coffee in San Francisco.

Cristina Morán,Youth Development Director, OEWD –415.392.7600 x307

“Until we get equality in education, we won’t have an equal society.” -Sonia Sotomayor

Cristina enjoys helping youth explore different paths to success. Before joining the Enterprise team, Cristina worked with
high school students as a career and college readiness counselor and education specialist. Cristina earned her master’s
degree from Harvard University in education, where she focused her research on educational guidance counseling and
programs designed to help first-generation college students. She attended community college in Santa Monica before
graduating from UC Berkeley with a degree in English Literature. When not in the office, Cristina enjoys traveling
to sunny places, reading autobiographies, and listening to the latest trendy podcasts.

Daniela Velazquez, Program & Operations Specialist –415.392.7600 x301

Daniela graduated from UC Merced in 2017 where she majored in Business Management with an emphasis in marketing. Before Enterprise
she worked for the Degree of Attainment for Returning and Transfer Scholars (D.A.R.T.S) program at UC Merced. As
Returning Team Lead, at DARTS, she did a lot of outreach towards helping students transfer from CSU’s all over California
to UC Merced. She also mentored over 50 scholars every year and worked with each of them individually by connecting
them to the resources they needed in order to be successful. Some of her hobbies include hiking, dancing, spending
time with her family and trying new recipes!

DeAntonio Harris, Youth Development Specialist –415.392.7600 x317

DeAntonio is originally from San Bernardino California, but he has lived in Los Angeles for many years. While there, he volunteered
with City Year Los Angeles, helping youth stay on the path to graduation. Two years ago, he relocated to the Bay
Area, and currently lives in the East Bay. DeAntonio enjoys helping youth reach their fullest potential academically
and will try his best to ensure that his students succeed no matter the obstacles that get in the way. He has a deep
passion for helping young people find their own motivation for success. On the weekend and during his free time,
you can find DeAntonio watching movies or working on his cardio by playing basketball.

Helen Lee

Helen Lee, Program Director –415.392.7600 x320

“Every young person deserves an opportunity to explore career paths, no matter what socioeconomic challenges they
may face.”

Helen has been with Enterprise since 2008, where she has worn almost every programmatic hat. She’s committed to building
capacity within Enterprise, educating herself on youth development principles, and motivating staff to continue developing
their skills. Elsewhere in the community, Helen has co-chaired for the San Francisco Youth Employment Coalition,
a volunteer-driven organization that unites agencies that serve youth who face multiple barriers to employment. Prior
to Enterprise, she studied inequities in educational access in China and worked as a college admissions counselor.
She earned a BA in Psychology from the University of Chicago and an MA in East Asian Studies from Stanford University.
In what free time she has after running after a toddler, she enjoys churning ice cream and going to farmers markets.

Joanne Chern, Youth Development Specialist –415.392.7600 x312

“When I dare to be powerful, to use my strength in the service of my vision, then it becomes less and less important
whether I am afraid.” –Audre Lorde

Joanne is from Davis, CA. She has been working with youth since high school, when she first volunteered to lead traditional
dance classes at her local Chinese school. Before joining Enterprise, Joanne worked as a tutor at the Princeton Review
in Taiwan. She then served for two years as a Fulbright English Teaching Assistant in Malaysia, where she channeled
her background in music into developing creative language programming for her students. Prior to living overseas,
she graduated from Scripps College with a major in English Literature and a minor in Asian Studies. When not working
at Enterprise, Joanne spends her time playing music, disappearing into libraries and bookstores for hours at a time,
and experimenting with new recipes.

Kari Schutty, Executive Assistant –415.392.7600 x313

Kari has a background in psychology and education and graduated from Gonzaga University in Spokane. She has experience teaching
in K-12 classrooms and spent many years working for a nonprofit helping at-risk high school students attend college.
Kari is passionate about food and worked as a chef in Napa. When not being creative in the kitchen, Kari can be found
oil painting in her studio or somewhere near the ocean.

Margan Mulvihill

Margan Mulvihill, Marketing & Events Manager, The San Francisco Fall Art & Antiques Show –415.392.7600 x316

“Art is inspiring; it challenges perception, stirs emotion, facilitates expression and delivers beauty. I’m committed
to the arts because I believe in its power for every person.”

Margan has spent her career in the art world, working for museums, galleries and auction houses. Before joining The San Francisco
Fall Art & Antiques Show, Margan was responsible for marketing at Jenkins Johnson Gallery, writing press releases
and securing local and national press for the gallery artists and exhibitions. Margan planned gallery openings and
organized a 5-person panel discussion on women in the arts at a Miami art fair. She also served a local nonprofit
as the President of the Board of Directors, and helped plan their annual fundraising auction for 3 years. In addition
to loving art, Margan enjoys dancing lindy hop and salsa.

Mario Cruz

Mario Cruz, Youth Development Director –415.392.7600 x311

“You have to challenge authority. Be a rebel. Your most important social responsibility is to prevent the abuse of
power. Question them.” –Jorge Ramos

Mario hails from Fresno, California, and graduated from the University of California, Davis with a B.S. in Community and
Regional Development and a minor in Chicana/o Studies in Spring 2011. Upon graduating from UCD, Mario moved to the
bay area, became an AmeriCorps member as an Academic Advisor in East Oakland, and an advisor for the Upward Bound
program in San Francisco. Mario is passionate about educational equity, social justice, and young adult development
and leadership.

Meghan Smith

Meghan Smith, Youth Development Director, Summer Jobs Program –415.392.7600 x315

“… knowledge opened the locked places in me and taught me first how to survive and then how to soar.” –Gloria Anzalúa

Meghan believes in working alongside youth to foster skills that will help them excel in the world of work. Before Enterprise,
Meghan worked with youth and children in a variety of settings ranging from a residential home for youth with social
and emotional disorders to a Montessori classroom. Most recently she finished a Master’s program focusing on how
certain education policies disregard barriers youth face. As she continues her work at Enterprise she hopes to create
an engaging environment where young people discover and strengthen their skills and self-awareness. In her free time
Meghan takes mini adventures in the Bay Area and taste tests local ice creameries.

Nancy Gots

Nancy Gots, Development Director -415.392.7600 x303

“I love watching Enterprise programs fan the spark in each of our youth and turn it into a flame.”

Nancy brings over 20 years of experience in development and relationship management to her role at Enterprise for Youth.
Prior to joining the team in 2006, she served as the Director of Development for San Francisco School Volunteers
and SAGE (Standing Against Global Exploitation). Nancy has spent the past 10 years as the Development Director at
Enterprise for Youth, where she is responsible for all aspects of fundraising to support Enterprise’s youth development
programs. She is thrilled to be working for Enterprise and raising funds for a cause she feels so passionate about.
Nancy can relate to the Enterprise youth because her daughter got her first job through Enterprise and continued
to work all through high school and college. “I have seen firsthand what these programs can do.” Nancy continues
the tradition with a new niece entering Enterprise for Youth every year. When not fundraising, Nancy loves to travel,
spend time with family, try out new recipes and taste test all the delectable restaurants in the City.

Nínive Calegari, CEO -415.392.7600 x306

Nínive is a veteran classroom teacher whose career had brought her to classrooms in Mexico, in Massachusetts, at Drake High
School in Marin and at Leadership High School here in San Francisco. Nínive received her undergraduate degree
s in Political Science and Studio Art from Middlebury College as well as a graduate degree in Teaching and Curriculum
from Harvard. In 2002, Nínive co-founded 826 Valencia in San Francisco and was responsible for building a
national network of youth-serving literacy organizations based on that model. Her founding pedagogy has, now, been
replicated by 40 organizations internationally. She also founded and led The Teacher Salary Project, working to
improve conditions for teachers. Nínive joins our team following her time as an organizational consultant,
where she worked with clients such as Youth Speaks, KQED and Sonoma Valley Education Foundation. She has also served
on numerous non-profit boards, including the San Francisco Arts Commission and The George Lucas Educational Foundation.

Shantel Weingand

Shantel Weingand, Finance Director –415.392.7600 x308

“I enjoy watching the youth transition from shy high school students to young professionals ready to take on the
world during the course of their time at Enterprise.”

Shantel is a Bay Area native who has been working in accounting and finance for over 10 years. She began her career in the
corporate sector and soon realized the importance of being part of the local community, making the transition into
not for profit in 2012. She attended San Francisco State earning her B.S. in Business and Finance while working
for Enterprise. In her free time she loves hiking, reading and playing tourist in her own back yard.

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Samantha Stanich, Event Operations Coordinator –415.392.7600 x309

Samantha is a native New Yorker who first found herself on the opposite coast in 2012 when she started school at UCLA. As a Communications major with a background in film and media studies, she found herself right at home in the City of Angels. While pursuing her degree, Sam volunteered with a handful of nonprofit organizations that benefited young lives and strove to make the future a more luminous place for all people. Her experiences with these organizations fortified her belief in the necessity of giving back and allowed her to see the benefits of work in the social sector firsthand. Upon graduating, she relocated to Texas where she assumed a development role at Austin Film Festival. The two years she spent working with the wonderful people of AFF elucidated her pathway further and her career goals became clear. She wanted to continue to give to those around her rather than take. She wanted to bolster the weak with the support of the strong. She wanted to be more than a 9-5 drone. When she happened upon Enterprise for Youth, she knew that all of the things she wanted were attainable. Her position as The San Francisco Fall Art & Antiques Show Event Operations Coordinator beautifully marries her love for the arts with her passion for philanthropy. Art is the one medium that enables humans to express themselves despite socioeconomic and cultural constructs; a work can elicit the same visceral response in the elite and in the downtrodden. For Sam, that sameness despite all perceived difference is entrancing. In the coming years, she hopes to return to school for her Master’s in Nonprofit Management and is nothing short of ecstatic to have joined the Enterprise family. If she’s not working, you’re sure to find Sam somewhere on a beach.