Susan Reynolds 

Susan has 20 years of experience developing strategies that balance the impact of 24/7 digital connectivity. In 1997 Susan founded ABC Legacy which is committed to helping people power down from their devices, learn technology awareness, and use mindfulness practices to minimize digital distractions for professional, academic, athletic and personal success. Her work is based in the belief that reducing screen time and integrating mindful practices with a healthy use of technology will help children and adults focus and thrive in the age of digital distraction. Susan researches, writes, teaches and speaks on the current issues with technology, seeking solutions to the increasingly fast-paced and distractible nature of digital devices and social media. She consults to schools, companies and families, different presentations, programs and consulting models including mindful test preparation and an assessment of family technology use. Susan graduated from Dartmouth College and has an M.Ed from Tufts University.

Business and Community Advisors:

Andrew Dunn: Elevating the human condition by intentionally shaping technology to serve as an agent of flourishing individuals, institutions, and societies. Enthusiastic about supporting the ecosystems cultivating the next generation of changemakers and businesses that align with the best interests of people and the planet.

Nancy Hamilton: Creative marketing strategist and consumer products entrepreneur. Proven track record designing and executing grassroots campaigns & developing and managing partnerships in a variety of business settings: sports, food, and Ed-Tech. Demonstrated ability to implement project objectives, define roles and responsibilities, hire, and drive results on cross-functional teams to meet organizational needs.

Ann Reynolds: Ann has a Masters degree in Educational Psychology. She taught middle school and was an educational consultant for more than 15 years helping students find appropriate learning environments. She shifted her consulting work to the college level to help students find the best college fit, strategize possible careers, and assisted in helping students, “find their worthiness”. Ann sits on a number of boards including Holy Names where she has learned all about how the inside of a college works. Ann is also active on the UC Botanical Garden Advisory board, plays golf, and enjoys spending time traveling with her husband, children and grandchildren.

Randy Williams: Mr. Williams founded Keiretsu Forum in September 2000 to provide a disciplined and structured approach to angel investing. His passion for investing and bringing together like-minded community leaders has created a powerful and giving environment for entrepreneurs. Mr. Williams has 35 years of marketing, finance, and real estate experience. He was co-founder and director of Diablo Valley Bank and was president of Pacific Union Commercial Brokerage, founder of Lamorinda National Bank, and managing director of Kennedy-Wilson International, an international real estate investment company. Mr. Williams is chairman of the advisory board for Heritage Bank of Commerce with offices throughout the San Francisco Bay Area.

Laura Wooster: Collaborative and passionate marketing leader with 20+ years of experience in insurance, wellness, and financial services – including advertising (digital, print and TV), branding, creative services, communications, digital marketing and strategy, execution and planning, market research, marketing talent development, public relations, social media, and strategic marketing. Active volunteer and industry speaker.

Sister Organizations

Digital Wellness Partners