Staff and Board
Hannah Quan is passionate about leveraging WFO's community and funding partnerships to ensure clients receive the best quality pre- and post-employment support. Together we can transform our communities - helping thousands more Bay Area residents earn a living wage. Hannah brings more than a decade of experience in both private and nonprofit sectors as well as internationally. Prior to WFO, she served as Executive Director of Asia America MultiTechnology Association, a professional organization that connects the Silicon Valley and Asia technology and investment communities and provides a forum for dialogue on tech industry developments. Early in her career as a counselor at Consumer Credit Counseling Service, Hannah helped clients better manage their finances to achieve financial stability and build a secure future. Other experiences include working in Visa USA’s Operations and Risk Management division and for Graco China - Shanghai in market research. Hannah holds an MBA in Marketing and Global Business from Indiana University - Kelley School of Business and a BA in Sociology from University of California, Los Angeles.
Program Specialist - Community Partnerships
Hank Ramirez joined WFO in October 2005 after many years of retail management and direct client service experience. Having grown up in a low-income Spanish-speaking family, Hank knows firsthand the challenges that many of WFO’s clients face and the elation that comes with overcoming obstacles. As Program Specialist, Hank ensures the successful delivery of WFO’s Supplemental Services while also managing all of WFO’s Service Agreements.
Sabrina Paynter is a creative thinker with a passion for improving lives. She graduated with a BA in Peace and Conflict Studies and Development Studies from UC Berkeley, where she focused her research on public policy and human rights. As Program Manager at WFO, Sabrina loves spending time connecting with the clients, partners, and volunteers that make WFO such a successful organization. In addition to her work at WFO, Sabrina is a communications consultant for a local startup business focused on empowering women through entrepreneurship.
Client and Volunteer Coordinator
Kimberly Ross is a Richmond, CA native with roots in Oakland and San Francisco. She holds both an AA from City College of San Francisco and a BS from San Francisco State University in Apparel Design and Merchandising. A 20+ year professional in the fashion industry, Kimberly is also a fashion designer and has entrepreneurial endeavors in event production and image consulting. Throughout her career, she has always used her creative talents to promote her passion for community giving and philanthropy. Kimberly is excited to further her career with WFO as it provides the perfect opportunity to help change lives through the power of a professional wardrobe. When she is not creating in her art studio, Kimberly loves to travel, read and watch sports.