Jonathan Brack is the Director of Collaborative Impact Programs at the Foundation for California Community Colleges. The Collaborative Impact Program supports intentional partnerships with mission-aligned programs and organizations through fiscal sponsorship and management services. Through this program, Brack leads the Foundation’s efforts to incubate, scale, and sustain creative endeavors to improve educational opportunities and outcomes for all Californians. He is also responsible for evolving partnerships into a cohesive program, leading strategic efforts to double impact, and expanding networks and spheres of influence for the Foundation.
For the past 20 years, Brack has worked at the intersection of youth development, education, and workforce development throughout California. Brack began his career in higher education as the founding director of the long-term, academic mentoring program Berkeley Scholars at Stiles Hall. He then served as Director of Workforce Development at the California School-Age Consortium (CalSAC) and was also on the founding team of CODE2040, a San Francisco based nonprofit focused on removing barriers preventing Black and Latinx people from participation in the innovation economy. Most recently, Brack served as the Capacity Building Manager at Tipping Point Community, where he led the organization’s efforts to provide talent management and diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) resources to the nonprofits that Tipping Point supports.
- Develops the strategic direction of the Collaborative Impact Program and refines the value proposition for Impact Partners and the Foundation.
- Identifies and incubates new partner programs, organizations, and initiatives.
- Promotes opportunities for Impact Partners to collaborate with Foundation-led programs.
Brack is a proud Cal Bear, studying History as an undergraduate and Education in graduate school at UC Berkeley.