Miishe Addy, Ethics Advisor,was previously a management consultant for Bain & Company where she helped devise strategies for companies in half a dozen industries. Addy also headed the New York chapter of Inspire, a volunteer-run nonprofit which offers strategy consulting services to education and youth development groups. Addy received her B.A. in Philosophy from Harvard, where she spent her free time teaching middle-schoolers in a dance-based after-school program called CityStep.
Yea-Lan Chiang, Ethics Officer,has worked extensively in support of children, having served previously as the Director of Policy and Planning for the Children’s Planning Council, as Executive Director to an educational nonprofit, as head of Public Programs for the Tech Museum in San Jose, and as a high school teacher in Boston. Chiang was also a management consultant for Monitor Group, helping Fortune 500 companies to develop strategies for improving their organizational performance. A proud former graduate of LAUSD, Chiang received her B.A. and teacher’s certification from Harvard and her Master's in Public Affairs from Princeton University.
Emilie Garrigou-Kempton, Ethics Advisor, previously completed a fellowship for the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies in Geneva, Switzerland in the area of ethics and integrity. Garrigou-Kempton has also worked with numerous humanitarian organizations, including the Los Angeles office of the International Rescue Committee where she headed an early employment program to help refugees expedite their self-sufficiency in the U.S. Born and raised in France, Garrigou-Kempton received a B.A. and an M.A. in Philosophy from Bordeaux University and an M.A. in International Development from Lyons University.
Chiray Koo, Ethics Advisor, has been a continuing proponent of ethics through her prior work as a trainer, mediator, program manager and teacher. Chiray has served as the Interim Executive Director of the Asian Pacific American Dispute Resolution Center, the Program Director for the Community Nonviolence Resource Center and a professional coach. Over the years, Chiray has delivered over 300 trainings in conflict resolution and consensus building. She also worked as a teacher for LAUSD’s 92nd Elementary School through Teach for America. Chiray received her B.A. in Gender Studies from Georgetown University and her Master of Science in Conflict Analysis and Resolution from the Institute of Conflict Analysis and Resolution at George Mason University.
Marissa Stutz, Ethics Advisor, was an HR Training and Development Specialist for Fleet Securities in New York, leading various training efforts. Stutz has also worked as a counselor for the San Francisco Conservation Corps, a nonprofit organization which provides job and academic training for young people. A proud former LAUSD graduate, Stutz received her B.A. in Psychology from University of California, Berkeley and her M.A. in Organizational Psychology from Columbia University.