Tammy White, Interim Director
Tammy White spent twenty years in the mortgage industry as a business owner and entrepreneur. After selling her company to First Tennessee National Bank in 1999, she exited the mortgage industry following four years of service with that bank. Tammy is now the Director of the Soul of Money Institute. In addition she is the designer and leader of a transformational course on financial literacy called Money, Wealth & You, as well as a co-leader and designer with Lynne Twist and Dave Ellis of a nine-month program entitled, More Money Guaranteed. Tammy and her partner, Tracy, live in San Rafael, California and have five adult children.
Katiyana Williams, Office Manager
Katiyana is young dynamic leader and is currently the Office Manager & Executive Assistant to Lynne Twist at the Soul of Money Institute. While at UC Santa Barbara from 2002-2006, Katiyana worked at the Office of Sustainability, and was part of a committee of “Change Agents” working to create the UCSB Campus Sustainability Plan in 2005. Katiyana held a leadership role with the California Student Sustainability Coalition (CSSC) in collaboration with the UC Regents and other strategic stakeholders in creating the Statewide UC Policy on Sustainability for the University of California education system, she is currently a board member of the CSSC. Katiyana has 8 years of sustainability conference planning experience as well as 2 years of green business and sustainability consulting while working with Greenopia from 2007-2009.
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.