Disrupting Barriers For People In NeedGUERRILLA COMMUNITY MOVEMENT
We are transforming from Guerrilla Mask Movement to Guerrilla Community Movement! Please bear with us as we rebrand! We have a number of worthy causes we are working on. Please come back soon to see new updates.
Guerrilla Mask Movement is a grass-roots campaign that started by putting hospital-grade masks directly in the hands of Covid-19 front line healthcare workers NOW, bypassing administration, middlemen and red tape. We are continuing to expand beyond masks to address the most current needs.
OUR LATEST PROJECT:
Regenerative Urban Microfarms to Support At-Risk and Foster Youth
Eating is one of the most important things we do each day for our physical health and mental well being. Let’s make a difference by providing at-risk and foster youth in Los Angeles with access to nutrient-dense, locally grown food while reducing carbon emissions and regenerating the planet.
We are raising money for a pilot project to locally grow regeneratively farmed, super yields of nutrient-rich, organic vegetables in a cost- and space-effective way in the densely populated greater Los Angeles area, a location that does not naturally spring to mind as an optimal environment for farming. We want to change that idea and establish a model for other cities.
What Drives Us
The Mission of Guerrilla Mask Movement (GMM) is to bridge corporate resources with people and causes in need. We are committed to doing all in our power to bypass red tape and expedite the process of providing help when it is most needed. Beyond following an often formulaic process, considering goals and boundaries, as entrepreneurs we think outside the box, finding ways around common obstacles to achieving the goal(s).
Within 3 days of posting a personal GoFundMe campaign, Henry Park was joined by 21 other tech executives, volunteers and community leaders to make this mission a guerrilla movement that follows a Kaizen approach to daily iterations for operational efficiency to meet the demands of our healthcare workers in this rare and challenging supply and demand arbitrage laden global market for medical grade masks.
WHO WE ARE
THE GMM TEAM
Henry is a technology entrepreneur with 18+ years experience building teams and networks of high impact individuals globally. He has a creative passion in what can be achieved by getting people and resources together to solve problems. Rooted in the kundalini yogic framework of existence, he looks at personal, family, business, spiritual and philanthropic efforts as one integrated way of living. He has a BS in Economics and a minor in Psychology from UC Irvine and an Executive MBA from Tuck University.
Justin G. Decker is the Chief Digital and Innovations Officer at ATMECS where he is responsible for customer initiatives as a trusted partner advisor for projects requiring seasoned advice in the areas of technology strategy, adoption, budgeting and deployment (CTO/CIO), customers who need pre-sales advice and ideas on how to go about complex system build-outs, migrations, and as a technical architect for both major internal and external projects. His technical and leadership specialties include helping companies with transformations from legacy technology and deployment architectures to the most cost-effective and highest performing (in both resiliency and responsiveness) platforms to support composable application features and take advantage of the cost savings most often associated with public cloud infrastructure. He also helps design, communicate and implement (as needed) the change management strategies to help in these matters – as this is often the most difficult part of major technology projects and based on having had the experience in and ultimate accountability for many such projects in his career. The starting points can be anywhere from on-prem completely, to already in the cloud and struggling with costs, management strategies, governance, security and the rest related to product, product delivery and product support.
Jennifer Lakhmi Chand Kelly
Coach Ron Nash has spent the past two decades helping professionals who are passionate to reach their maximum potential manifest their dreams. His philanthropic efforts have touched students globally. As an active board member of GMM, Coach Ron Nash continues to find ways to contribute to the community and those in need.
With a long history leading & implementing IT teams for Fortune 100 companies, including Activision Publishing, Anheuser-Busch InBev, McDonnel-Douglas, & Monsanto, John brings an extensive background in software development, IT operations, Strategic Sourcing, ERP integration, & vendor management.
Wendy Liu serves as partner and managing director for Vaco’s Technology division in Los Angeles. In her role, she leads teams in providing customer-focused, premier Technology staffing solutions. Wendy and her team’s strength is the ability to match talented and experienced information technology professionals to the unique business needs of the client. Outside of her professional career, she volunteers with the Living Vicky organization as a mentor to women in various professions as well as volunteering with GMM. She is currently taking French lessons, loves traveling the world, enjoying wine, street food and dazzling sunsets!
Starting his career in law enforcement, Ryan earned his MS in Information Systems and was accepted as an instructor for the US State Dept training foreign governments in Identification and Seizure of Digital Evidence. Having managed Global Investigations and headed Global Security & Safety Technology for Fox, Ryan launched RAS Security Group to build security programs & operations centers for rapidly growing tech, start ups and emerging markets. Ryan was named to Security Systems News “40 under 40” in 2019 Ryan is excited about his work with Guerrilla Mask Movement as community service has been a core part of his life since childhood.
Kyli is a born problem solver with a natural ability to cut through the clutter. With her vocal, no-nonsense approach and inability to stand on the sidelines, she jumps at opportunities to use her talents to help dreamers do. Whether with paint, fabric or computer code, she loves to make something out of nothing and leverages this creative background to guide others into their full potential. What’s more, she maintains a professional modeling career and is acting mother to one equally vocal, (not-so-small anymore) furry feline.
Lindy has been helping businesses create, communicate and leverage their brands for over 25 yrs. Over the last 10 years she has built Bostrom Graphics as an outsourced brand and marketing department for small businesses.
Lindy lived and worked in New York City for 20 yrs at several ad agencies and design studios, ran a national magazine as Design Director, and started Bostrom Graphics around 1998. In 2003 she relocated to California where she served as Creative Director for several companies in health and beauty. Bostrom Graphics’ focus is on the health and sustainability sectors while maintaining strong ties in public speaking and entertainment businesses.
When she’s not immersed in Bostrom Graphics, Lindy practices and teaches Yoga and follows Ayurvedic medicine. “The practice informs my business relations not only in my constant thirst to learn about health & wellness, but also regarding personal integrity and accountability in building trusting, growth-oriented relationships.”
GMMC BOARD ADVISORS
James Rinaldi is JPL’s Chief Information Technology Advisor to the Office of the Director. He was the JPL CIO until October 2019, where he stepped out after 14 years. His current role is to create a future IT vision and strategy for the Lab looking out to 2025 and beyond. As CIO, James had direct management responsibility over JPL’s Information Technology Directorate. He works closely with JPL management, supporting end users of the engineering, interplanetary network and finance/business operations. James sat on the JPL Executive Council and various management councils. He developed the IT strategy, budgets and executed major IT contracts. He actively participated in NASA IT governance councils.
As CTO of Bunim/Murray Productions (BMP), Cortina focuses on creating and executing technology solutions to protect, optimize, scale, and innovate the business. Having worked in 3 startups and 4 Fortune 500 companies, Cortina brings over 20 years of experience in business and technology leadership roles. Cortina has a track record leading the development of international products for people with chronic diseases, earning a President’s Award and a Product Innovation Award. In 2013 Gabe was nominated CIO of the Year by LA Business Journal and CTO of the Year in 2017. Cortina holds a Master of Business Administration from Pepperdine’s Graziadio School of Business and a Bachelor’s of Science from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. Cortina reports to the Chief Financial Officer.
Helen Norris is Vice President of information technology and CIO at Chapman University where she is responsible for leading the university’s information technology strategy and services and oversight of the University Library. Previously, Helen was the Associate CIO at California State University, Sacramento. Before that, Helen spent twelve years at UC Berkeley where she held progressive information technology management roles at both the departmental and central levels. She also previously worked as VP for IT for an advertising agency and a law firm, both in St. Louis, Missouri.
Dave Ruedger is the Chief Information Security Officer for Risk Management Solutions based out of Newark, CA. RMS is a premier provider of catastrophe risk models for the insurance industry that help organizations forecast losses for hurricane, earthquake, flood, wildfire, pandemic, terrorism and cyber risk for both on prem and cloud hosted SaaS environments. Dave holds CISSP and CRISC certifications and has over 25 years of experience developing and managing security programs for organizations as diverse as pre-IPO startups to large Fortune 500 enterprises. Prior to joining RMS, Dave was a co-founder of a company that provided a hosted marketing platform with full service ecommerce and data analytics capabilities to drive higher engagement and customer retention for globally distributed users in 23 languages, and he has been a strong advocate of data protection and privacy rights throughout his career.
Gene is a software veteran and Internet executive known for his expertise in mobile, social, cloud, Big Data, search marketing and eCommerce. He is currently CTO of P.volve.com.
He has been CTO or head of engineering at Beachbody, Sellbrite, Synctree.com, Oversee.net. Before that he was Director of Engineering at Chegg, Executive Director of AT&T Interactive and Director of Engineering at Yahoo Search Marketing/Overture where he built large-scale search marketing platforms.
Gene is currently on the Board of Directors for Innovate Pasadena, a mentor for Mucker Labs as well as advisor to 7 startups and Angel investors.
Gene is cofounder of Guerrilla Mask Movement, founder of LA CTO Slackers, coach of First Lego League, San Marino Safety Commission Board, and volunteer in SMUSD School PTA. He graduated Magna cum Laude with a B.S. in Biochemistry from the University of California, Los Angeles and lives in San Marino with a very supportive wife Jacki and 3 kids.
Kevin Gray is the Chief Information Officer (CIO) for the City of Burbank California. His vision and leadership drives the City’s Digital Government Initiatives, ensuring effective and efficient utilization of digital technology to improve city services, create new efficiencies, enhance public safety, promote and enhance economic development, improve transportation and mobility, improve sustainability and enhance the quality of life for the City’s residents, day-time population and visitors.
Mr. Gray’s prior experience includes over 20 years in technology, first working at DreamWorks as head of the data center operations and systems administration. Then serving as Vice President of IT Infrastructure and Operations for Paramount Pictures following the merger of DreamWorks with Paramount Pictures in 2006. Mr. Gray stayed on for another seven years ending up at Viacom in 2013, Paramount’s parent company as Vice President for Global Media and IT Infrastructure Technology where he led the Global Technology Infrastructure Services Consolidation and Transformation Program integrating information technology and media infrastructure for Viacom, Viacom International Media Networks and Paramount Pictures.
Much of Mr. Gray’s career has been spent driving IT strategy and transformational digital change to align with business strategy and to help organizations achieve their business goals and objectives.
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