Pia Oien Cohler

Trustee at California Pacific Medical Center Foundation

Pia Oien Cohler

Pia Oien Cohler

Trustee at California Pacific Medical Center Foundation

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27

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1

Birthday

1984

Age

34

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Director, Gift Planning at California Pacific Medical Center Foundation

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President, CPMC Foundation at California Pacific Medical Center

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Regular Contributor, Today Show at The NBC Television Network Co.

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President Emeritus at California Pacific Medical Center Foundation

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Secretary & Chief Financial Officer at The Herringer Family Foundation

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Ad-Hoc Employee at Andrew Davidson & Co., Inc.

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Treasurer, Board of Trustees at California Pacific Medical Center Foundation

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Former Trustee at California Pacific Medical Center Foundation

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Former Trustee at California Pacific Medical Center Foundation

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Trustee at California Pacific Medical Center Foundation

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Trustee at California Pacific Medical Center Foundation
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Advisor at Asana, Inc.

Asana, Inc. develops collaboration and communication software. It offers Asana, a Web task manager that enables teams of people manage their work flow by breaking projects into tasks. The company was founded by Dustin Moskovitz and Justin Michael Rosenstein in 2008 and is headquartered in San Francisco, CA.

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California Pacific Medical Center Foundation is a separately incorporated, not-for-profit organization whose primary purpose is to develop resources for California Pacific Medical Center. Since the merger of Children's Hospital and Pacific Presbyterian Medical Center that created California Pacific Medical Center in 1991, generous donors have contributed over $200 million to support state-of-the-art equipment, new and expanded patient care and research programs, and facility improvements. In 2005, California Pacific Medical Center Foundation raised $29.6 million.

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