Since 2006 Selvi Stanislaus is the Executive Officer of the Franchise Tax Board of California. She oversees the second largest tax department in the nation, with more than 6,000 employees in California and its three out-of-state offices. She is FTB's fourth executive officer and is the first woman to hold the post. After graduation from the Sri Lanka Law College as an Attorney-at-Law, Selvi worked in the private sector, and thereafter in the Chambers of Sri Lanka's President's Counsel. She and her husband immigrated to California in 1986, where Selvi returned to law school, completing a J.D. with Honors and an LL.M in Tax Law. In April 2005, Selvi was appointed the Acting Assistant Chief Counsel of the Tax and Fee Programs Division of the Legal Department, formulating legal policies affecting every tax and fee program in California administered by the Board, which collects nearly $53 billion annually in taxes and fees. She is also a part-time Professor at the local Law School where she teaches Tax Law.
Isaac Sundarajan is an accomplished Silicon Valley executive with over thirty years of experience in start-ups and major corporations. He is currently working for a cyber security company in the Bay Area. He has been supporting Lighthouse for women from the very inception.
Kevin is the financial consultant for Lighthouse For Women. He is currently the corporate controller for Common Sense Media, a global nonprofit dedicated to helping children thrive in a world of media and technology. He began his career in public accounting, where he spent five years at a regional accounting firm in Maryland. He then moved on to hold various finance positions at HMSHost, a world leader in the travel and dining industry. Before coming to Common Sense Media, he spent six years in the nonprofit senior living field as a corporate controller. Kevin attended Frostburg State University where he earned a B.S. in Accounting as well as an MBA, and is an actively licensed CPA. He is also a board member at Milpitas Christian School.