The Zellerbach Family Foundation welcomes Navin Moul, its new Program Executive for Immigrants and Refugees.

Navin brings extensive experience in the fields of philanthropy, immigration, human and civil rights. Prior to joining ZFF, Navin led the immigration grantmaking strategy at the Silicon Valley Community Foundation. She also worked as a program officer at American Jewish World Service managing grantmaking portfolios in Burma, Cambodia, Sri Lanka and Thailand.

Navin founded the Devata Giving Circle, the first and only Cambodian-American women giving circle in the country to support services and activities such as a wellness retreat for traumatized women, cultural preservation through Khmer classical dance, organizing and political education trainings for teens, and promoting safe and healthy sexual behaviors with at risk youth. Navin holds a bachelor’s degree in American Cultural Studies as well as an English as a Second Language teaching certificate from Western Washington University and a master’s degree in Comparative Ethnic Studies from the University of California, Berkeley.

Please join ZFF in welcoming Navin!