Camellia Pham is the Director of Learning, Evaluation, and Special Initiatives at the Heising-Simons Foundation. Prior to joining the Foundation in 2014, Camellia was a program manager at the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, where she managed a portfolio focused on re-designing and re-engineering health care systems. In addition, she worked on major initiatives within the Science program, such as the $300 million Caltech Commitment and the Thirty Meter Telescope, and on other projects in astronomy, seismology, and physics. Currently, Camellia serves on the board of directors for the San Francisco Education Fund and the San Carlos Community Foundation based in Silicon Valley. She is also a senior advisor for Caerus Financial Advisors, LLC. Camellia graduated from the University of California at Berkeley and also completed Stanford University’s strategy and project management program.