Sara Vetter, Business Development Director
Sara Vetter is the Business Development Director at the Soul of Money Institute. In addition, she is a major gift fundraiser and leads trips to the rainforest for The Pachamama Alliance, a non-profit that works with the indigenous people of the Amazon and committed people worldwide to bring forth an environmentally responsible, spiritually fulfilling, socially just human presence on this planet. A budding philanthropist in her own right, she works closely with the Nobel Women Peace Prize Laureates in funding their work globally and recently traveled to Liberia and Ethiopia for a delegation in support of a worldwide campaign to end violence against women and girls as tools of war. Sara lives in Menlo park with her teenage son, and has two adult children attending college.
Cait Steiner recently joined the Soul of Money Institute team as Executive Assistant and Director of Operations. Having worked in the high-tech world as an Associate Recruiter, Cait is thrilled to be part of an organization committed to creating a more conscious, abundant, and interconnected world. Cait’s early years were spent living in an intentional living community dedicated to peacemaking, sustainability and radical sharing. With these roots, Cait is passionate about building thriving, diverse communities where people have access to the resources necessary for creating a more just and harmonious world. She believes that through aligning values with action, recognizing the individual within the collective, and living in a way that supports all life, we can be catalysts for positive change. Cait graduated from the University of San Francisco with a BA in Communication Studies with an emphasis in Rhetoric. In her spare time, Cait enjoys baking, running, hiking, rock climbing, and yoga.
Tammy White, Strategic Advisor
Tammy spent twenty years in the mortgage industry as a business owner and entrepreneur. She is currently an advisor to the Soul of Money Institute and, with Lynne Twist and Dave Ellis, is cofounder and facilitator of a transformational nine-month program called The Money Course: Master your money, transform your life. In addition, Tammy is on the board of The Pachamama Alliance, and serves as a facilitator to the Alternatives to Violence Project in the California state prison system.