Who We Are

About Us

The Long Beach Nonprofit Partnership was formed in 1993 by a small group of community leaders and nonprofit professionals who believed in the importance of a strong, well-supported nonprofit community in Long Beach. They put into place a series of high-quality, cost-effective programs to provide training, promote collaborative opportunities, enhance resource development and aid in capacity-building for the full range of nonprofit organizations. Today, the Partnership is a vital and growing resource for over 3,000 community-based organizations in the greater Long Beach area. We offer information, referral and consulting services, networking opportunities, and a full schedule of year-round, educational seminars and workshops.

 It is through your generous support that we are able to provide service to the nonprofit community.

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Board of Directors

Rose DelGaudio
Vice President, Human Resources, Long Beach City College

Vice-President-President Elect
Brian Yacker, CPA/JD
YH Advisors, The Exempt Org Experts Partner

Michael Gomez
Vice President of Business Development, Good Samaritan Hospital

Diana Wolf
Suares Investment Group, Wells Fargo Advisors

Current Members:

Samara Ashley
Director of Government Affairs, Port of Long Beach

Veronica Garcia Davalos
Vice President, Habitat for Humanity of Greater Los Angeles

Deborah Goldfarb
Executive Director, Jewish Federation of Long Beach 

David Gonzalez
Retired Executive Director, Pacific Gateway Workforce

Stephen E. Gordon
President, Board of Directors, Alpert Jewish Community Center

Tessia Hassel
Senior Vice President, Regional Manager- South Bay Region, Union Bank

Usama Kahf
Associate, Fisher & Phillips, LLP

Lillian Lew
Director, Families in Good Health

Julie Meenan
Executive Director, Josephine S. Gumbiner Foundation

Heather Moro

Jan Stein
CEO, St. Vincent Medical Center Foundation


Executive Director
Linda Alexander
562.888.6530 ext.101


Over the past twenty years, Linda Alexander has served in leadership roles in both the public and nonprofit sectors, working collaboratively locally, regionally and statewide. Linda has a breadth of experience in strategic planning, program oversight, consulting and staff management, along with a proven record in successfully leading organizations across the state.

In her most recent position at First 5 LA, Linda worked closely with LBNP to collaboratively provide much needed consulting and support for early care and education in Long Beach. She earned her MFT Specialization in Counseling Psychology at San Francisco State University and her BA in Psychology from California State University Long Beach.

In her spare time, Linda enjoys traveling and taking road trips across the Western US, the arts, music, and teaching at CSULB.



Director of Consulting Services
Rebecca Buckley

562.888.6530 ext. 102

Rebecca Buckley has over 10 years of nonprofit management experience in the theater, health, and political advocacy arenas. Her nonprofit experience includes program planning, project management and securing major gifts while working as the Program Manager for StandWithUs, an advocacy nonprofit in the Los Angeles area. She holds an MBA/MFA in Theater Management and Business Administration from CSULB where she worked in Development, Stage Management and Production Management for the California Repertory Company. Rebecca is a very proud Southern California native who enjoys yoga, cooking and camping with her husband.

Director of Education

Anh Tran
562.888.6530 ext. 104

Anh Tran is devoted to a career that integrates education, community building, and philanthropy. She has worked as a volunteer manager for CFY-Los Angeles, organized communities in Silver Spring, MD neighborhoods, and previously taught math and science in Los Angeles with Teach For America. She currently serves on the Board of Directors for Leadership Education for Asian Pacifics, Inc and is pursuing her Masters in Public Administration at USC. In her free time, she enjoys practicing yoga, cooking, and coaching writing for graduate students. Anh graduated from UC Berkeley with a BA in Economics and Mass Communications and a minor in Education.