Tim L. Jones Interim Chief Executive Officer
Tim L. Jones joined San Francisco AIDS Foundation as interim CEO in December 2015. With more than 25 years of experience working with complex global organizations, Tim has specialized in developing and implementing innovative organizational design strategies and service delivery solutions. He will lead the foundation’s Senior Leadership team until the board of directors appoints a new permanent CEO.
Prior to joining the foundation, Tim was the national director of operations at Deloitte where he led an innovative and consolidated service delivery team serving 65,000 professionals for the U.S. Firm. Prior to that role, he oversaw the day-to-day operations of over 16 West Coast offices and was responsible for a $65 million annual operating budget. He was a member of the regional executive team and served as the national inclusion leader for Deloitte Services for a number of years.
Tim was a member of the San Francisco AIDS Foundation board of directors from 2011 to 2015, and during his term, he served as chair of both the Fund Development Committee and the Audit Committee. He has participated in AIDS/LifeCycle twice as a cyclist and three times as a roadie.
Tim received a B.S. in communications and media arts from Southern Illinois University, Carbondale. He took post-graduate classes from Golden Gate University upon moving to San Francisco in 1988. He currently lives in the Castro and has lived all over the city since moving from Southern Illinois. He is a health and wellness advocate who plays softball in the SF Gay & Lesbian softball league where he received the Bob Docca Humanitarian Award in 2010.
Nancy DuBoisVice President, Talent and Operations
Nancy DuBois is the Vice President of Talent and Operations for San Francisco AIDS Foundation. She is responsible for the oversight and direction of human resources, volunteer services, information technology and office services at the foundation.
Prior to joining San Francisco AIDS Foundation, she was Director of Human Resources and Office Operations at Future US, Inc. in South San Francisco. Nancy has 23 years’ experience overseeing operational functions within both the corporate and non-profit world. She is a graduate of California State University, Chico and earned her PHR in 2008. Nancy is an avid cyclist and has participated in the AIDS/LifeCycle six times.
Robert Grant, MD, MPHChief Medical Officer
Robert Grant, MD, MPH, is Chief Medical Officer, with a special focus on advancing the foundation’s work to create the first-ever dedicated home for health and wellness for gay men and bisexual men in San Francisco.
Dr. Grant brings more than 30 years of experience in HIV/AIDS clinical care and research, mostly in the San Francisco Bay Area. He leads the Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis Initiative (iPrEx), a multinational study in Asia, Africa, Latin America and the United States; the study played a pivotal role in the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s approval of Truvada for PrEP in 2012. His laboratory at Gladstone/UCSF is leading research on the biological and social implications of PrEP and HIV treatment, and a trial of a long acting injectable medication. He is the medical director of the UCSF Laboratory of Clinical Virology that performs HIV drug resistance testing for all public and free clinics in San Francisco. He was named one of TIME magazine’s 100 most influential people for his groundbreaking PrEP research.
Dr. Grant earned bachelor’s degrees in Biological Sciences and Latin American Studies at Stanford University, a Master’s of Public Health in epidemiology at the University of California, Berkeley, and an MD at UCSF, where he took his internship and residency training in medicine and did fellowships in pulmonary and molecular medicine. He lives in San Francisco with his dog Tooloulou and cockatiel Picachoo and rides a bike to work.
James LoducaSenior Vice President, San Francisco AIDS Foundation
James Loduca is the longest-tenured executive at San Francisco AIDS Foundation. He leads an array of mission-critical activities for the agency and on behalf of the CEO while simultaneously maintaining leadership responsibility over the philanthropy and public affairs portfolios.
James has two decades of leadership experience in the United States and abroad. He has served in a variety of senior roles in the private and nonprofit sectors, where his career has focused on social impact initiatives and improving the health of underserved communities, including at Gilead Sciences and with Kaiser Family Foundation, Blue Cross Blue Shield and Genentech.
James serves on the LGBT advisory committee for House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA). In 2015, he appeared as an expert speaker at the White House for World AIDS Day and is a 2016 Visiting Scholar for the Jewish Community Relations Council. He earned a B.A. from University of California, Berkeley and a degree in Spanish from La Universidad Compultense, Madrid.
In his free time, he's an avid endurance athlete, having participated in every AIDS/LifeCycle since its inception in 2001 and conquering several triathlons and adventure marathons around the globe.
Tim PatriarcaExecutive Director, Gay & Bisexual Men's Health & Wellness
Tim Patriarca is executive director of gay and bisexual men’s health and wellness. He leads the program integration and planning for new services at Strut, our new home for health and wellness for gay, bi and trans men located at 470 Castro Street.
Tim previously held leadership positions at Health at Home for the San Francisco Department of Public Health, and Maitri. He has also worked at the University of San Francisco and the University of Wisconsin Foundation. Tim earned his bachelor’s degree in political science from the University of Wisconsin Madison, and holds a master’s degree in Asia Pacific studies from the University of San Francisco. He lives in San Francisco with his husband, James, and their dog, George.
Liz Pesch, CPAChief Financial Officer
Liz Pesch is responsible for the financial management of the foundation and oversees the accounting and budgeting functions, provides fiduciary oversight for the foundation’s assets, offers strategic direction and partnership for new initiatives, ensures all financial operations conform to legal, regulatory, and business norms, and reports to the Board of Directors regarding foundation finances, investments and financial issues.
Liz came to the foundation with over 25 years of financial leadership experience for organizations such as Union Bank and Charles Schwab. She has also served for several years on the boards of directors for Bay Area nonprofit organizations including the Live Oak School and currently Frameline. Liz earned a bachelor’s degree in accounting at John Carroll University in Cleveland, Ohio, and maintains active status as a Certified Public Accountant. She lives in San Francisco with her son.