Sam Nejabat is a California native who was born and raised in San Diego. Sam has led and participated in several humanitarian projects on issues such as providing affordable housing and medical supplies to combat the Zika virus in Latin America. He is particularly passionate about helping solve the homelessness problem. Sam worked at the White House during the Obama Administration in the Office of Presidential Correspondence, keeping the dialogue open between the President and the American people on issues that concerned different constituents. In his free time, Sam enjoys reading, playing tennis, backgammon, and hiking.
A 30-year old Boston native who has been working in the Venture-Capital and High-Tech industry for the last 9 years. Zack has been actively involved in serving his community and fundraising from a young age. The LN Foundation is the first non-profit he has co-founded. Zack became interested in the NGO space due to the rapid increase of homelessness in the US and worldwide. Over the last 5 years, Zack has raised funds for several causes by competing in half marathons, marathons and Olympic-distance triathlons. In 2015, Zack traveled to the Kathmandu Valley, Nepal after the 7.8 magnitude earthquake to volunteer and assist with re-building efforts. In Nepal, Zack met closely with archaeologists, architects, and the Nepalese government. A graduate of Syracuse University & living in New York City, Zack spends his days co-leading Go-To Market efforts for a high-tech software startup (HiSeva.com). In his free time, Zack enjoys staying active, photography, yoga, sailing and competing in half marathons and triathlons.