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Marta Grajeda

(she / her)

Senior Philanthropic Advisor

mgrajeda@eastbaycf.org (510) 208-0840

As a Senior Philanthropic Advisor at East Bay Community Foundation (EBCF), Marta is responsible for supporting our professional advisors and legacy giving. She is committed to aligning her passion for advancement work with her commitment to addressing systemic inequality.  

Marta is ​​an equity leader with extensive fundraising experience who centers major donor engagement through an anti-racism lens. Marta successfully raised funds for a $40 million and $24.5 million capital campaign and led a $4 million annual giving program. She also founded two community benefit organizations that prioritized serving Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) families and has more than two decades of experience in schools. 

Marta is a Bay Area native and first-generation graduate with a Masters in the Art of Teaching from Brown University and a B.A. in U.S. History from San Francisco State University. Marta enjoys gardening, hiking with her dogs in the Oakland Hills, and creating care packages to send to her daughter, who is in her first year of college. 

Contact Marta Grajeda
Portrait of Marta Grajeda

Marta Grajeda

(she / her)

Senior Philanthropic Advisor

mgrajeda@eastbaycf.org (510) 208-0840

As a Senior Philanthropic Advisor at East Bay Community Foundation (EBCF), Marta is responsible for supporting our professional advisors and legacy giving. She is committed to aligning her passion for advancement work with her commitment to addressing systemic inequality.  

Marta is ​​an equity leader with extensive fundraising experience who centers major donor engagement through an anti-racism lens. Marta successfully raised funds for a $40 million and $24.5 million capital campaign and led a $4 million annual giving program. She also founded two community benefit organizations that prioritized serving Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) families and has more than two decades of experience in schools. 

Marta is a Bay Area native and first-generation graduate with a Masters in the Art of Teaching from Brown University and a B.A. in U.S. History from San Francisco State University. Marta enjoys gardening, hiking with her dogs in the Oakland Hills, and creating care packages to send to her daughter, who is in her first year of college. 

Contact Marta Grajeda
Portrait of Marta Grajeda

Marta Grajeda

(she / her)

Senior Philanthropic Advisor

mgrajeda@eastbaycf.org (510) 208-0840

As a Senior Philanthropic Advisor at East Bay Community Foundation (EBCF), Marta is responsible for supporting our professional advisors and legacy giving. She is committed to aligning her passion for advancement work with her commitment to addressing systemic inequality.  

Marta is ​​an equity leader with extensive fundraising experience who centers major donor engagement through an anti-racism lens. Marta successfully raised funds for a $40 million and $24.5 million capital campaign and led a $4 million annual giving program. She also founded two community benefit organizations that prioritized serving Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) families and has more than two decades of experience in schools. 

Marta is a Bay Area native and first-generation graduate with a Masters in the Art of Teaching from Brown University and a B.A. in U.S. History from San Francisco State University. Marta enjoys gardening, hiking with her dogs in the Oakland Hills, and creating care packages to send to her daughter, who is in her first year of college. 

Contact Marta Grajeda
Portrait of Marta Grajeda

Marta Grajeda

(she / her)

Senior Philanthropic Advisor

mgrajeda@eastbaycf.org (510) 208-0840

As a Senior Philanthropic Advisor at East Bay Community Foundation (EBCF), Marta is responsible for supporting our professional advisors and legacy giving. She is committed to aligning her passion for advancement work with her commitment to addressing systemic inequality.  

Marta is ​​an equity leader with extensive fundraising experience who centers major donor engagement through an anti-racism lens. Marta successfully raised funds for a $40 million and $24.5 million capital campaign and led a $4 million annual giving program. She also founded two community benefit organizations that prioritized serving Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) families and has more than two decades of experience in schools. 

Marta is a Bay Area native and first-generation graduate with a Masters in the Art of Teaching from Brown University and a B.A. in U.S. History from San Francisco State University. Marta enjoys gardening, hiking with her dogs in the Oakland Hills, and creating care packages to send to her daughter, who is in her first year of college. 

Contact Marta Grajeda
Portrait of Marta Grajeda

Marta Grajeda

(she / her)

Senior Philanthropic Advisor

mgrajeda@eastbaycf.org (510) 208-0840

As a Senior Philanthropic Advisor at East Bay Community Foundation (EBCF), Marta is responsible for supporting our professional advisors and legacy giving. She is committed to aligning her passion for advancement work with her commitment to addressing systemic inequality.  

Marta is ​​an equity leader with extensive fundraising experience who centers major donor engagement through an anti-racism lens. Marta successfully raised funds for a $40 million and $24.5 million capital campaign and led a $4 million annual giving program. She also founded two community benefit organizations that prioritized serving Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) families and has more than two decades of experience in schools. 

Marta is a Bay Area native and first-generation graduate with a Masters in the Art of Teaching from Brown University and a B.A. in U.S. History from San Francisco State University. Marta enjoys gardening, hiking with her dogs in the Oakland Hills, and creating care packages to send to her daughter, who is in her first year of college. 

Contact Marta Grajeda
Portrait of Marta Grajeda

Marta Grajeda

(she / her)

Senior Philanthropic Advisor

mgrajeda@eastbaycf.org (510) 208-0840

As a Senior Philanthropic Advisor at East Bay Community Foundation (EBCF), Marta is responsible for supporting our professional advisors and legacy giving. She is committed to aligning her passion for advancement work with her commitment to addressing systemic inequality.  

Marta is ​​an equity leader with extensive fundraising experience who centers major donor engagement through an anti-racism lens. Marta successfully raised funds for a $40 million and $24.5 million capital campaign and led a $4 million annual giving program. She also founded two community benefit organizations that prioritized serving Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) families and has more than two decades of experience in schools. 

Marta is a Bay Area native and first-generation graduate with a Masters in the Art of Teaching from Brown University and a B.A. in U.S. History from San Francisco State University. Marta enjoys gardening, hiking with her dogs in the Oakland Hills, and creating care packages to send to her daughter, who is in her first year of college. 

Contact Marta Grajeda
Portrait of Marta Grajeda

Marta Grajeda

(she / her)

Senior Philanthropic Advisor

mgrajeda@eastbaycf.org (510) 208-0840

As a Senior Philanthropic Advisor at East Bay Community Foundation (EBCF), Marta is responsible for supporting our professional advisors and legacy giving. She is committed to aligning her passion for advancement work with her commitment to addressing systemic inequality.  

Marta is ​​an equity leader with extensive fundraising experience who centers major donor engagement through an anti-racism lens. Marta successfully raised funds for a $40 million and $24.5 million capital campaign and led a $4 million annual giving program. She also founded two community benefit organizations that prioritized serving Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) families and has more than two decades of experience in schools. 

Marta is a Bay Area native and first-generation graduate with a Masters in the Art of Teaching from Brown University and a B.A. in U.S. History from San Francisco State University. Marta enjoys gardening, hiking with her dogs in the Oakland Hills, and creating care packages to send to her daughter, who is in her first year of college. 

Contact Marta Grajeda
Portrait of Marta Grajeda

Marta Grajeda

(she / her)

Senior Philanthropic Advisor

mgrajeda@eastbaycf.org (510) 208-0840

As a Senior Philanthropic Advisor at East Bay Community Foundation (EBCF), Marta is responsible for supporting our professional advisors and legacy giving. She is committed to aligning her passion for advancement work with her commitment to addressing systemic inequality.  

Marta is ​​an equity leader with extensive fundraising experience who centers major donor engagement through an anti-racism lens. Marta successfully raised funds for a $40 million and $24.5 million capital campaign and led a $4 million annual giving program. She also founded two community benefit organizations that prioritized serving Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) families and has more than two decades of experience in schools. 

Marta is a Bay Area native and first-generation graduate with a Masters in the Art of Teaching from Brown University and a B.A. in U.S. History from San Francisco State University. Marta enjoys gardening, hiking with her dogs in the Oakland Hills, and creating care packages to send to her daughter, who is in her first year of college. 

Contact Marta Grajeda
Portrait of Marta Grajeda

Marta Grajeda

(she / her)

Senior Philanthropic Advisor

mgrajeda@eastbaycf.org (510) 208-0840

As a Senior Philanthropic Advisor at East Bay Community Foundation (EBCF), Marta is responsible for supporting our professional advisors and legacy giving. She is committed to aligning her passion for advancement work with her commitment to addressing systemic inequality.  

Marta is ​​an equity leader with extensive fundraising experience who centers major donor engagement through an anti-racism lens. Marta successfully raised funds for a $40 million and $24.5 million capital campaign and led a $4 million annual giving program. She also founded two community benefit organizations that prioritized serving Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) families and has more than two decades of experience in schools. 

Marta is a Bay Area native and first-generation graduate with a Masters in the Art of Teaching from Brown University and a B.A. in U.S. History from San Francisco State University. Marta enjoys gardening, hiking with her dogs in the Oakland Hills, and creating care packages to send to her daughter, who is in her first year of college. 

Contact Marta Grajeda