Type: Staff

Bonnie Lin

Bonnie Lin is the Director of Strategic Partnerships leading growth strategy, Partner recruitment, and marketing communications at SV2.

Bonnie has 23 years of experience as a global executive, investor, and advisor working with family offices, corporates, and governments on impact investing, venture capital, and ecosystem development in the US and Asia Pacific. Previously, Bonnie served as Vice President of Business Growth and Innovation for the Columbia River Economic Development Council and on the boards of the US District Export Council and Pacific Northwest Defense Coalition under the Obama Administration. She is currently a Board Trustee of The Fogarty Foundation.

A cancer survivor who grew up in a Buddhist monastery, Bonnie is led by a purpose to drive the responsible transfer of intergenerational wealth, knowledge, and power for the greater good, and is an advocate for education, entrepreneurship, and women in leadership. When she is not hiking, writing, doing yoga, or cooking for loved ones, she can be found mentoring entrepreneurs or facilitating change leadership anywhere in the world, from the Australian outback to Silicon Valley.

Bonnie is fluent in Mandarin Chinese and holds a BA in Sociology and International Politics from the University of California, Berkeley and an MBA from the University of Phoenix.

Daisy Manapsal

Daisy Manapsal is the Operations Associate at SV2. Her role focuses on supporting SV2’s operations, including administrative support, communications, events, and office management.

Daisy started her nonprofit career as a Residential Counselor for youth in foster care. She continued to serve children and youth in the dependency system at Child Advocates of Silicon Valley, both as a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) volunteer and as a staff member. As the Director of Learning at Child Advocates, she oversaw recruitment, pre-service training, and continuing education for CASA volunteers.

In her free time, Daisy enjoys traveling, learning photography, and spending time with friends and family. Daisy holds a B.S. in Biology from University of California, Irvine and a Masters in Public Health from Drexel University.

David Onek

David Onek is the CEO of SV2. He brings almost three decades of non-profit, government and private sector experience to the job and a deep commitment to equity and social justice. David previously served as Executive Director of the Northern California Innocence Project at Santa Clara Law School, as Deputy Director of San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom’s Office of Criminal Justice, and most recently as Justice Director at the mission-driven consulting firm Resource Development Associates. He also taught at UC Berkeley Law School and served as Executive Director of the UC Berkeley Center for Criminal Justice. Earlier in his career, David worked for the W. Haywood Burns Institute for Juvenile Justice Fairness and Equity, Legal Services for Children, and the National Council on Crime and Delinquency. David is an active impact and angel investor and a long-time mindfulness meditation practitioner.  He is a graduate of Stanford Law School and Brown University, and lives in San Francisco’s Bernal Heights neighborhood with his wife Kara Dukakis and their two daughters.

Amy Badiani

Amy serves as SV2’s Director of Community Engagement, working to ensure community leadership, collaboration, and voice are central to our work and impact. She supports SV2’s grantmaking, relationships with our Grantee Community Partners, family philanthropy, and impact measurement.

Amy joins us from Ashoka: Innovators for the Public, where her work has included the design and implementation of education, employment, and anti-corruption initiatives with youth. Amy has also facilitated “Storytelling for Changemaking” initiatives and produced courses with other social innovators around the world about Social Intrapreneurship for Innovation in Health. In her free time, she enjoys solving challenges with her volunteer social impact team at Development Solutions Organization. In addition, you will find her dancing (she’s a Doonya dance fitness instructor), adventuring in nature, running and hiking, reading, discussing Harry Potter, cooking, and overall being present with loved ones. She’s very excited to learn, re-imagine, do, collaborate, and grow with the SV2 community.

Amy holds a B.S. in International Relations, Public Policy and Management and M.S. in Public Policy and Management from Carnegie Mellon University.

Jody Chang

Jody oversees SV2’s internal operations and Grantee and Impact Investee portfolio. She manages SV2’s impact investing and grantmaking work, supporting SV2’s hands-on, collaborative investment process in both social enterprises and nonprofit organizations. She has been an SV2 Partner since 2008 and previously served as an SV2 Board member.

Jody also serves as Director of Community Relations for Consulting Within Reach, a consulting firm that provides strategy, marketing, fundraising, and technology services to the social sector in the Bay Area. She is the founder and former president of the Hammer Montessori Foundation which supports an innovative public Montessori school in the San Jose Unified School District.

She is also a Managing Director of The Campbell Foundation, a family foundation which makes grants primarily in education and the arts, with a special interest in organizations that benefit under-served children, youth and women.

She holds a B.A. in History and Literature from Harvard University. Jody and her husband Curtis have two daughters, one at the University of Michigan – Ann Arbor, and one at Notre Dame San Jose.