Keith Mautner, CPA CFE CMA, investigated alleged financial statement fraud by public companies for 23 years, helping secure nearly $3 billion in securities settlements from 78 defendants in 56 cases (an average of more than $50 million per case). He was the lead forensic investigator into a number of so-called “audit failures,” and his experience includes high-profile alleged frauds such as Enron.
Kristen first began working with members of the homeless community in 1998 in Philadelphia during graduate school. Upon moving to San Diego in 2014, she immediately joined Think Dignity and is an ardent supporter of its mission. Since that time, she has been actively involved with the Basic Dignity Coalition and has participated in many Think Dignity events. At every opportunity, Kristen makes a point to start productive discussions about homelessness and to advocate for dignity.
Dahna is a California native who grew up in San Diego. She has been involved with volunteer work since she was a teenager. Dahna is very passionate about her desire to help. She has worked with organizations helping at-risk parents and children and at-risk domestic and wild animals. Dahna graduated from UC Santa Cruz in 2001 where she obtained a B.A. in Psychology with honors and a B.A. in Art focusing on Photography. Dahna is the Owner / Photographer for Dahna Logan Photography.
Rachel co-founded Think Dignity, formerly Girls Think Tank, in October 2006 and held the position of President from then until July 2011. As Community Liaison Chair, she now focuses more of her time on engaging with stakeholders across the community.
Rachel is an attorney and partner in the law firm of Robbins Geller Rudman & Dowd LLP, based in San Diego, California. At the firm, she prosecutes nationwide class actions against insurance companies and other large corporate actors.
Nicole started with Think Dignity as a volunteer with the St. Vincent de Paul Legal Clinic. Shortly thereafter, in August 2013 she joined the Board of Directors as an At-Large Member and Development Committee Chair before becoming Think Dignity’s Vice President in March 2015.