Get to know the Do Good Shit board of directors

Tricia Chan

Chan is a veteran media “influencer” and strategist who over the past 24 years has raised the visibility of corporations and executives from established giants such as Hewlett Packard (NYSE: HPQ) and Apple Computer, Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL), to incubated start-ups such as, Digital Entertainment Network (DEN), an entertainment destination, and Nuance Communications (Nasdaq: NUAN).

She has applied her tenure in the consumer-driven technology industry to the consumer packaged goods world for the past 15 years, and is enjoying representing “tangible consumer businesses” and innovators such as, fuseProject, HalfUnited, Rios Clementi Hale, littleBits, Nicole Miller, MacLaren, Philippe Starck, PracticeWell, Skip Hop, Tracy Reese, leading Japanese animation artists VIZ, industrial designer, Yves Behar and more.

Chan has counseled multiple clients to direct interim management team marketing efforts, venture capital positioning, represent nascent research developments from Stanford Research Institute (SRI), mergers and acquisitions for media conglomerates Ziff Davis and International Data Group, and authored white papers, competitive analysis, audits and valuations studies. Chan also spent several years as a financial analyst for new media at Deutsche Banc.

Prior to heading to Wall Street, Chan worked for Apple Computer where she led the marketing communications efforts to launch networking technologies, QuickTime and the precursor to today’s Palm Pilot, The Apple Newton.

Garry Oye

Garry brings a wealth of experience by having completed 36 years of Federal Service managing America’s wild & remote places. From 1978 to 2008 Garry worked for the USDA Forest Service at the local, regional and national levels. During this time Garry received the Bob Marshall National Award for Excellence and led the Chief’s Wilderness Advisory Group. From 2008 to 2014 Garry served as the Division Chief for USDI National Park Service at the National Headquarters out of Washington DC. 

Over the last twenty years Garry has been involved with Protected Area managers from around the world, trying to help preserve these precious landscapes for current users and future generations.

Luke Hepworth

For nearly 30 years, Luke Hepworth is the owner of the Personal Protective Equipment and Apparel company, Hepworth Industrial Wear. He has a genuine passion for protecting people and has instilled these practices into the foundation of his business. This passion has more recently expanded into protecting the environment.

Luke’s an adventure philanthropist and adrenaline junkie with passions for climbing, running and extreme adventure. With years of charitable experience, he brings a strong sense of passion for creating tangible impact. He quite literally lives by the idea of  “Doing Good Shit!”