Board of Advisors

Advisory Board

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Nadine Groenig is a member of the Pueblo of Laguna in New Mexico. During her 17 year tenure at the Arizona Department of Education, Nadine held several positions, including Program Specialist for Title I and Director of Indian Education. She served 22 tribes supporting over 90,000 Native American students, the majority of whom attend public schools. During this time, Nadine honed her outreach skills working with tribal governments, school districts, and community organizations throughout Arizona. She is currently the owner and lead consultant at SunClan Consulting and the founder and former CEO of the Southwestern Institute for the Education of Native Americans (SIENA), a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization serving students, parents, and educators of Native American students in Arizona and beyond.

Nadine Groenig
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Bipin Jayaraj is the CIO of Make-A-Wish America and is an information technology senior executive with over 20 years of experience in multiple business areas in the for-profit and non-profit sectors.  He has executed multiple strategic IT initiatives/ programs to drive enterprise performance and value by improving business processes, and delivering game-changing technology solutions. His extensive experience in IT Operations managing business-critical, global, round-the-clock ERP and non-ERP technologies, multiple X-aaS models, legacy apps modernization programs.

Bipin Jayaraj

Rod brings significant global leadership experience with both Fortune 500 organizations as well as entrepreneurial ventures. He was EVP, Corporate Development for iCrossing, leading 7 successful acquisitions over 6 years prior to and after the sale of iCrossing to the Hearst Corporation in 2010. Well known as a leader in the Phoenix Tech Community, he coaches and mentors CEO’s and their teams in strategy and business planning. Rod holds a Bachelors degree in business from Fairleigh Dickinson University in NJ and a Masters degree from the Columbia School of Business in NYC. He is an adjunct faculty member in the Entrepreneurship program in the business school at Grand Canyon University, teaching “Intrapreneurship” and Innovation.

Rod Lenniger