Prior to joining Our Fund Foundation as its President and CEO, David Jobin was the Executive Director of the Stonewall National Museum & Archives from 2013 – 2015. While at Stonewall, the organization launched the Stonewall Gallery on Wilton Drive placing the organization at the intersection of gay South Florida.
Prior to moving to Florida, David was the Executive Director of the Gay Men’s Chorus of Washington, DC from 2009 – 2013. Before becoming active in LGBT causes professionally, David spent twenty years in theatre management, at Magic Theatre (San Francisco) and City Theatre Company (Pittsburgh, PA).
David performed with the Renaissance City Choirs in Pittsurgh, PA, Silicon Valley Gay Men’s Chorus in San Jose, CA, and the San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus and was also a singing member of the Gay Men’s Chorus of South Florida. David currently serves on the board of Slow Burn Theatre.
David was selected as Person of the Year by South Florida Gay News in 2018 in recognition of the impact that Our Fund has made on South Florida’s LGBT community.
David currently resides in Wilton Manors with his husband, Angel Burgos.
As the Program Director of the CONTIGO (‘With You’) FUND, Marco Antonio Quiroga will lay the groundwork for and oversee the grant process and distribution of funds to strengthen and network existing agencies and to identify and support grassroots efforts that advance Latinx and LGBTQ causes and the intersection of these two communities in Central Florida.
Marco brings along with him a wealth of local community knowledge and advocacy expertise. He has a long history as an advocate for the LGBTQ, immigrant, and racial justice movements, driven as a direct result of his own life experience as an undocumented and queer person of color.
Obed Caballero’s background is from the HIV prevention field, with skills in community outreach, counseling, public speaking, and interpersonal communication. As a South Florida native, his dedication to the LGBTQ+ community and the various causes and issues that affect it lead him to volunteering with local agencies, and then working directly in the non-profit world, focusing on providing education and resources to youth of color. He also brings an artistic design flare to Our Fund, with his talents and background in graphic design and illustration. Obed is also a proud “gaymer”, having started a monthly Gaymer Night for LGBTQ+ people and allies to have a safe space to enjoy their hobby and be themselves.
Wendy Flores-Bravo has over 15 years of experience in Accounting and Operations. In her most recent position, she worked in one of the top 10 largest equipment rental companies in North America, where she provided analytical guidance for fleet and operations management to Senior management. Wendy served as a key facilitator, providing actionable information for executive decisions during the company’s bankruptcy, subsequent restructuring and then final acquisition in the later years.
Wendy holds a B.S. in Business from The University of Phoenix.
She resides in Miami Gardens, Florida with her husband and three daughters. Wendy is also active with a local nonprofit performing arts school (in which her youngest daughter performs), providing accounting and operational support.