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Eric Flowers

Board Chair

Eric Flowers is President and Chief Executive Officer of Ramsell Corporation, where pharmacy benefit management and technology solutions are provided to State and local health departments across the country. He played a crucial role in transforming the company into a leader in ADAP (AIDS Drug Assistance Programs) services. He has used his extensive experience in public health delivery, contracts, and business management in governance and operations at Haight Ashbury – Walden. An East Bay business leader, Eric is on the Board of Directors of Sutter Health Bay Area and serves on the Advisory Board for the School of Economics and Business Administration at Saint Mary’s College of California. Eric is a graduate of University of California, Berkeley and earned his MBA at Saint Mary’s.

The Hon. Ellen Chaitin

Board Vice Chair

Ellen Chaitin, now retired, served as a judge for the San Francisco Superior Court for 20 years, and practiced as a criminal defense attorney for almost two decades.

She served as a Board Member on the San Francisco Pre-Trial Diversion Project, San Francisco CASA, and the Jewish Community Center. Judge Chaitin received her law degree from Hastings Law School, and Bachelor of Arts from NYU. She co-taught the first Women and the Law class at Hastings in 1973, and co-wrote “Is Gay Suspect?,” the first law review article urging the application of equal protection to LGBT Americans.

Stephen Wilson

Board Secretary

W. Stephen ("Steve") Wilson is a veteran business and real estate lawyer in the San Francisco office of Withers Bergman LLP, a worldwide law firm focused on estate planning, taxation and related wealth management legal services for individuals and family offices on all continents.  Steve's primary responsibilities are real estate transactional matters on the West Coast.  In San Francisco, Steve was co-founder of Homeless Children's Network (1997) an enduring part of the nonprofit social services network providing mental health services to children of homeless families in the city.  He has maintained an advisory relationship since HCN's founding.  He is a longtime director and volunteer for Children's HopeChest, Inc., a leading faith-based provider of care to orphans in East Africa, Russia and other regions.  HIs experience as a HealthRIGHT 360 advisor covers eight years.

Gloria Bauer

Board Member

Gloria Bauer has an extensive and varied background as a healthcare professional (Registered Nurse), as a Realtor and Broker, and as a tireless and proven fundraiser.  She is passionate about recovery from alcohol and drug addiction. Gloria (whose friends and family call her GoGo) has years of experience on diverse boards, including serving as chair of the Los Altos Planning Commission, as a board member of Women’s Recovery Association (one of HealthRIGHT 360’s Family of Programs), and serving on the campaign committee for St. Raphael Mission Parish.  As spouse of the Dean of the Stanford University School of Medicine Dr. Eugene Bauer, she hosted monthly development dinners in her home for high net worth individuals and knows how to grow potential donors. GoGo is mother to four children, grandmother to six, and she and Gene have been married for 50 years.

Kathryn Holmes

Board Member

Kathryn Holmes has been a champion of social programs and community enrichment for over twenty years, serving on both non-profit and for-profit boards.

In addition to her dedicated involvement with HealthRIGHT 360, she currently serves as a board member of the Bronx Zoo, Embarcadero YMCA, and the San Francisco Symphony. Ms. Holmes firmly believes in the mission of service to those in need in our community. She has a BA in Social Work from the University of Michigan.

Ed Miller

Board Member

Ed is a serial CEO and entrepreneur with over 25 years of experience in  both education technology and enterprise software.  He has held SVP and President roles at  public companies, including Platinum Technology and Blackboard Inc. He has also been CEO of several startups including SQL Software, Xythos and Data Hero, all of which were successful acquired.

Mr. Miller has been part of the HealthRIGHT 360 family since its days as the Haight Ashbury Free Clinics, where his brother-in-law, the late Dr. George “Skip” Gay, founded Rock Medicine. Ed not only volunteered at Rock Med, but also designed and implemented the Clinic’s first computer system in 1982.

Peter Sullivan

Board Member

Peter Sullivan is President of PSAI Reality Partners, a private equity real estate investment firm in San Francisco. Peter has 35 years of experiences in leasing, finance, syndication and investment in Bay Area commercial real estate. A third generation Californian, Peter earned his B.A. Cum Laude as an Independent Scholar from Amherst College in Amherst, Massachusetts.  A father of two, Peter resides in Mill Valley with his wife Cynthia.