Aaron Morris has worked in various financial roles over the last three decades. He has overseen financial operations for a large family office and has managed investments in a variety of private equity and public investment roles. His background also includes strategy consulting and investment banking.
Anita Morris has been a hospital social worker with children and the elderly in the US and the UK. She has worked in international adoption and taught at the University of Minnesota. She served on the boards of Canadian and Indian NGOs and currently has an advisory role in two Indian NGOs.
Anjali Morris practiced pediatric medicine in India for 20 years before immigrating to the US and working as a staff physician at Kaiser Permanente in California. She has been active in international medical education and relief through the American Academy of Pediatrics. She taught pediatricians, nurse practitioners and medical students in South Africa, Uganda, Guyana, Brazil, and Cambodia. In 2008, she founded the Anjali Morris Foundation in Pune, India, to address the needs of children with learning disabilities.
Walt Tchirkine is a Certified Public Accountant and Chartered Global Management Accountant with three decades of accounting, financial, and tax experience. His background includes providing financial leadership, as chief financial officer, for a family office organization's investment, capital, and philanthropic enterprises. Walt previously owned a Bay Area CPA firm where he assisted clients in various industries with their business and charitable endeavours. He serves on the board of directors for two other organizations.
Donald Morris founded Morris Electronics Ltd in 1964 to manufacture electronic and magnetic components in Pune, India. Upon returning to Berkeley, California in 1981, he conducted research in particle and accelerator physics, astrophysics, geophysics, solid state physics and superconductivity. He had over 100 publications and 5 patents and loved piloting his own plane.