The Consumer Products Fund is advised by a volunteer funding board of individuals who have expertise in the field of consumer advocacy. Rose Foundation greatly appreciates their many hours of pro-bono service in reviewing and evaluating grant applications.
Funding Board Members
Timothy Bell (He/Him)
Timothy joins the Rose Foundation from the land of the Duwamish and Coast Salish people where he worked to promote community voice and equity in the policy-making and implementation process before moving from direct advocacy to full-scale systems change work through philanthropy. He is a graduate of the University of Washington’s Evans School of Public Policy & Governance where he graduated with degrees in non-profit management and ethics. Timothy is the proud father of two adorable cats, loves hiking and climbing, as well as spending time in and on the waterways of the Pacific Northwest. He is passionate about philosophy, tea, and, most importantly, engaging with communities to solve their most pressing issues. He looks forward to partnering with the many passionate Rose grantees as they seek to tackle some of the most challenging issues facing our lands and waters.
Stacy Malkan is co-founder and managing editor of U.S. Right to Know, a nonprofit investigative research group focused on promoting transparency for public health. She reports on pesticide industry disinformation campaigns, environmental health science and market developments for safer products. Stacy is author of the award-winning book, Not Just a Pretty Face: The Ugly Side of the Beauty Industry (New Society, 2007), and co-founder of the Campaign for Safe Cosmetics, a coalition of health groups that exposed hazardous chemicals in nail polish, baby products, make-up and hair products and pressured companies to reformulate to safer products. Her work has been published in Time magazine, New York Times, Washington Post, Nature Biotechnology, and many other outlets. Stacy is the former communications director for Health Care Without Harm, an international coalition of health groups working to transform health care so it is no longer a source of environmental harm.
Art is the founder and Executive Director of New Media Rights, and specializes in internet, intellectual property, privacy, and media law. An adjunct professor at California Western School of Law, Art teaches Internet & Social Media Law as well as the Internet & Media Law Clinic. He writes about legal issues for creators and small businesses as a Contributor for Forbes. Art is the author of the book Don’t Panic: A Legal Guide (in plain English) for Small Businesses and Creative Professionals which is used by universities across the country to teach legal concepts to students. He is also is the creator of the Fair Use App, which is licensed by the University of California to teach concepts surrounding fair use and content reuse to staff and faculty.
Sarah Quan is the Data and Evaluation Director for the Rose Foundation. She has over ten years of experience strengthening and resourcing organizations committed to building more healthy, sustainable, and equitable communities. She is proud to work with values-driven organizations advancing racial, economic, and social justice, including seven years at LeaderSpring, a Fellowship for progressive social sector leaders in the Bay Area, and operationalizing the launch of She the People, a national effort to elevate the political voice of women of color. As the Data and Evaluation Director, she develops, implements, and refines of the Rose Foundation’s data management and evaluation tools and systems. A devoted daughter of the Bay Area, you can find her strolling around Lake Merritt or trying to send the latest boulder problems at Berkeley Ironworks.
Hayley Tsukayama is a legislative activist for the Electronic Frontier Foundation, focusing on state legislation. Prior to joining EFF, she spent nearly eight years as a consumer technology reporter at The Washington Post writing stories on the industry’s largest companies. Ms. Tsukayama, who is CIPP/US certified by the International Association of Privacy Professionals, has an MA in journalism from the University of Missouri and a BA in history from Vassar College. She was a 2010 recipient of the White House Correspondents’ Association scholarship.