Chapter Leadership

AFP Golden Gate is proud of the distinguished individuals who have served the chapter since its founding in 1971. Along with the Board of Directors, leadership ensures that services and programs resonate with a growing, diverse membership and warmly welcome all participants. Contact us to learn about opportunities to serve.

Chandra Alexandre, CFRE, PHD | President, AFP Golden Gate | CEO, Community Action Marin
Chandra-Alexander Chandra is a seasoned nonprofit executive and fund development professional with over 15 years of experience supporting organizations to social justice outcomes. Her work has helped strengthen regional affordable housing and early childhood initiatives, expand education reform strategies nationally, and resource movement building for global women’s rights. Previously as Vice President of Development at Global Fund for Women, a public foundation promoting women's and girls rights around the world, she led the organization to record-breaking grantmaking in service to its mission. Before her transition to the nonprofit sector, Chandra was in private banking and served in the U.S. diplomatic corps where she worked on environmental issues. Chandra earned her undergraduate degree at Columbia. She also holds CFRE, MBA and PHD qualifications.

Elizabeth Seja Min | Chapter Executive Director | Consultant & Executive Coach
Elizabeth Seja MinElizabeth has held executive roles in four nonprofits, and been consultant and coach to over 100 teams. An early adopter of design thinking and neuroscience-based communications, she's helped clients in 14 countries reliably apply these approaches to fundraising and communications. She is the strategic facilitator for the social enterprise New Day Films, core faculty with Spring Strategies’ international Financial Resilience program, and affiliated with Roadmap Consulting. Elizabeth is a Certified Integral Coach and among the first worldwide certified in Conversational Intelligence (C-IQ). She cut her teeth guiding teams as a music director and conductor when she founded an award-winning professional orchestra, led large jazz ensembles, mentored young vocalists, and ran a record label (two Grammy nominations). She is Board Chair for Berkeley’s venerable music house, The Freight & Salvage.

Angi Roberts | Chapter Administrative Director | CEO & Founder, The Association Office
Angi RobertsAngi Roberts founded the Association Office in 1990, after many years of experience with AT&T, as a result of her personal experiences as a receiver of services provided to a non-profit organization that she had formed. She found a need for non-profit associations and organizations to find competent assistance and support services, at affordable pricing. Since its founding over twenty-seven years ago, The Association Office has expanded its client base to include a variety of non-profit corporations and associations, covering a wide variety of industries from automotive to marketing, including companies in the area of green technologies, professional services, and more. She is a resource for event planning, database maintenance, election management, budget monitoring, and other functions commonly required by non-profit Boards.